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Can the Huskers come away from Manhattan with a "W" for the first time since 1996? Here are your game-day reports from the papers in Lincoln (1, 2, 3, 4), Grand Island, Omaha (1, 2, 3), Kansas City (1, 2), Wichita, Hutchinson, Manhattan* and Topeka* (1, 2, 3, 4), as well as info from Huskers.com and KStateSports.com.
Jake Andersen and Mike Erickson have created a lot of memories.
Husker Freak has the Big Red Breakfast report from Friday.
Fans from both teams have reason to be hopeful about Saturday's game.
The rivalry has lost some luster,* but the teams still have plenty to play for.
Huskers.com has its game day information and Thursday's practice report.
Fabian Washington is his own worst critic.
Joe Dailey and his teammates have "taken ownership" of the offense.
Trev Alberts offers his take on Saturday's game.
It's all business as the Huskers prepare for the trip to Manhattan.
The coaching staff feels that KSU is much better than its record shows.
A KSU tight end says beating Nebraska is now what's expected.
The Wildcats are giving up points* at a clip KSU hasn't seen since 1989.
Cory Ross and Josh Bullocks missed practice Wednesday due to injuries.
Kansas State's receivers try to take the load off Darren Sproles.
Kansas State has a lot of problems to deal with.
The Cats respond to Le Kevin Smith's smack talk.
A KSU linebacker appears on the verge of living up to the hype.
The Huskers have their weekly press conference as they prepare for K-State.
No rankings or TV this week, but still plenty of motivation.
The offensive line is exceeding expectations, the secondary is trying to live up to expectations, and the Blackshirts are sticking together.
QB Meier's health a concern for Kansas State.
Coach Callahan is concerned about the talent at Kansas State.
Le Kevin Smith plans on taking a big stick to Manhattan.
Huskers.com has its K-State preview.
The Kansas State wallpaper is now available.
1994 Kansas State flashback. NU 17-6.
 
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