2 0 0 2 O K L A . S T A T E P R E G A M E
Stories are listed roughly in reverse chronological order.
Pregame thoughts from the Colonel.
Dahrran Diedrick enters the game with a sense of urgency. More game-day scene-setters from the newspapers in Lincoln (1, 2, 3), Grand Island, Omaha (1, 2) and Oklahoma City (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6).
Fabian Washington exceeds his own expectations.
The Bullocks twins make an impact.
It's been a week of distractions for an NU team that is trying to end its road slump.
OSU's fortunes Saturday may hinge on the play of its defensive line.
An OSU player's suspension is over.
Notes from Thursday's NU practice.
Thunder Collins says family and financial considerations forced him to quit the team. Here's his statement, a chronology, and more stories: 1, 2, 3.
The Harmon Forecast says OSU 20, NU 16.
Members of the 1961 Oklahoma State team look back on OSU's last win over Nebraska.
NU faces another top-notch receiver in Rashaun Woods.
Notes from Wednesday's practice: 1, 2, 3
Aaron Golliday becomes a pancake specialist.
Less zone coverage seems to suit the Blackshirts.
The Cowboys seek consistency. OSU notes: 1, 2, 3, 4
DeJuan Groce discusses the OSU game.
A quick profile of T.J. Hollowell.
Thunder Collins may have quit the team.
From Oklahoma, some OSU notes and a look at NU's struggles (1, 2).
Frank Solich's decision to let Jammal Lord play (1, 2, 3, 4) is met with some criticism (1, 2, 3, 4). More from Tuesday's press conference: quotes, notes, depth chart.
Lannie Hopkins & Fabian Washington earn Blackshirts.
Notes from Tuesday's practice.
A victory by OSU would be a complete reversal from its meltdown in Manhattan. Notes from Stillwater: 1, 2
David Horne vies for the starter's spot.
Notes from Monday's practice.
Frank Solich considers disciplinary action against Jammal Lord.
DeJuan Groce is named Big 12 special-teams player of the week.
Jammal Lord is ticketed on suspicion of disturbing the peace.
Ron Brown talks about the paltry passing yardage vs. Mizzou.
Trevor Johnson and the other rush ends pick up the slack in Chris Kelsay's absence.