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Stories are listed roughly in reverse chronological order.
Your game-day smorgasbord from the Omaha World-Herald (1, 2, 3), Grand Island Indep. (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), Lincoln Journal-Star (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), Wichita Eagle, Kansas City Star (1, 2) and Topeka Capital-Journal (1, 2, 3, 4).
The Manhattan paper lists the keys to what should be a physical game.
Check out the game program's features on Steve Alstadt, Keyuo Craver and Jeremy Slechta.
Josh Scobey closes in on a 1,000-yard season.
It's a statement game for KSU.
ABC's Bob Griese previews the game, as do the campus papers: NU | KSU: 1, 2, 3, 4
Let's hear it for some of the unsung seniors. And some of the not-so-unsung ones, too.
As the running game has revived the 'Cats, Aaron Lockett's numbers have dwindled.
Josh Brown's confidence returns.
NU enters the game in relatively good health.
The Manhattan paper looks at the NU offense.
How will he fare at noisy Memorial Stadium? An Ell Roberson III-pack: 1, 2, 3
Wilson Thomas and the backup tight ends have helped NU's passing game thrive.
RB Darren Sproles has 'em excited in Manhattan.
KSU has plenty to play for despite all the setbacks.
KSU's Terry Pierce says stopping Eric Crouch is a big key to handling the NU offense.
Frank Solich looks for improvement in the running game. A healthy Judd Davies would be a help. KSU, meanwhile, looks for better production via passing.
The seniors get ready for their Lincoln finale.
KSU scout-teamer Jeff Schwinn does his best Eric Crouch impersonation.
A stop in Marysville, Kan., may be in order if you are traveling from the south on Friday.
"KSU is back" stories from ESPN and the OWH: 1, 2
It'll be power vs. power as two of the nation's top running teams face off.
Tracey Wistrom fights the frustration of injury.
KSU's kicking game has been an adventure.
NU has all its usual weapons, Bill Snyder says.
Dahrran Diedrick's lack of publicity is publicized: 1, 2
The improving 'Cats of KSU are feeling confident after a thorough stuffing of the 'Clones.
From the OWH, a look at Chris Kelsay, Diedrick & Collins, and Kyle Ringenberg.
NU-KSU by the numbers.
Terry Bowden, Trev Alberts and Matt Hayes pick NU to win.
Ten out of 10 ABC announcers pick NU to win.
CNNSI's Stewart Mandel says NU 42, KSU 28.
AP's Richard Rosenblatt says NU 34, KSU 27.
The Harmon Forecast says NU 37, KSU 13.
Five of five Sportsline writers pick NU to win.
A KSU columnist says KSU 35, NU 7.
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