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Stories are listed roughly in reverse chronological order.
 

As the Huskers get set to tangle with the Tigers, here are your game-day scene-setters from the papers in Omaha (1, 2, 3), Lincoln (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), Grand Island, Columbia (1, 2), St. Louis (1, 2) and Kansas City (1, 2).
Fabian Washington comes back strong from last year's trial-by-fire season as the secondary clamps down on opponents.
In a stretch of football frustration that has lasted a generation, Missouri missed a golden opportunity in 2002.
Mizzou's offense will try to find its stride against the nation's top-rated defense.
Notes from Thursday's practice: 1, 2, 3
The Columbia Missourian rolls out its big pregame package: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Brad Ekwerekwu burns his redshirt to give Mizzou a new threat at wide receiver.
As Brad Smith tries to carry the Tigers, TBS's Brian Bosworth says NU should assign a "spy" to the QB.
Look back 25 years at Mizzou's last win vs. NU. A Missouri paper looks at the Blackshirts' resurgence.
Mizzou misses Justin Gage and the long ball as it struggles with its passing game.
Benard Thomas pushes himself by setting lofty goals. Notes from Wednesday's practice.
The Bullocks brothers credit their mother and coach for guiding them onto a successful path.
Richie Incognito takes more snaps at center and Greg Austin prepares to fill in again.
Meet Joey Robison, cornerback and farmer. The Blackshirts will again try to bottle up Brad Smith.
Frank Solich says NU must be able to run regardless of whether defenses crowds the line of scrimmage.
Notes from Tuesday's practice and press conference.
The Tigers, healed up after a bye week, see no need for an overhaul on offense despite posting meager numbers so far. And containing Brad Smith will remain a challenge for NU.
What will it take for the Husker offense to get opposing defenses to quit loading the box?
The loss to Kansas plants doubts in Mizzou fans' minds, but not in the players.'
Frank Solich isn't biting on the "is Nebraska back" question. The I-backs' production suddenly dwindles.
Notes from Monday's practice: 1, 2, 3. Also, some Mizzou notes.
See how Nebraska and Mizzou stack up statistically. Carl Pelini toils outside of the limelight.
A more businesslike approach to road games means fewer distractions for players.
The St. Louis paper assesses Mizzou's inconsistencies.
 
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