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Stories are listed roughly in reverse chronological order.
Game-day stories from the papers in Lincoln (1, 2, 3), Omaha (1, 2, 3), Grand Island (1, 2), Columbia, St. Louis (1, 2) and Kansas City (1, 2).
Pregame thoughts from the Colonel.
Player features: John Klem, DeJuan Groce.
MU isn't buying the doomsday talk about Nebraska.
Frank Solich feels the weight of criticism.
The Tigers gear up for the NU crowd.
Converted tailback Tauras Ferguson will be a key to Mizzou's attempts to stop NU's option game
A shoulder injury ends Seppo Evwaray's season. More notes from Thursday's practice.
Brad Smith is on pace to post some phenomenal numbers.
Covering Justin Gage could be a tall order.
Jammal Lord maintains his public silence.
Tackles LeKevin Smith and Titus Adams are able to make an impact in their redshirt freshman season.
Daniel Bullocks adjusts quickly to playing defense.
Notes from Wednesday's practice.
NU 23, Mizzou 13, says the Harmon Forecast.
The Blackshirts look for ways to slow down Brad Smith.
Curt Dukes discusses his decision to redshirt.
Notes from Tuesday's practice (1, 2, 3), which Chris Kelsay had to sit out.
Frank Solich is still trying to find playmaker at I-back.
Kirk Farmer takes his demotion -- and the ascent of Brad Smith -- in stride.
Mizzou is improved, but its secondary looks shaky.
The St. Louis and Omaha papers look at Husker fans' frustration.
David Horne's rise ruffles some feathers.
More conjecture on the Thunder Collins case.
Curt Dukes felt he wasn't ready, his father says.
Three freshman receivers catch on.
Chris Kelsay's status remains uncertain.
Mizzou notes: Tyrone Roberson bounces back, Justin Gage may return punts, and injuries will not be divulged.
Brad Smith stories du jour: 1, 2, 3
Notes from Monday's practice.
NU will have its hands full trying to contain Brad Smith.
The game will have a pay-per-view telecast.