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Can the Huskers keep pace with Texas Tech's potent passing attack this evening in Lubbock? Here are your game-day links from the papers in Lincoln (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7), Grand Island (1, 2, Omaha (1, 2, 3), 3), Lubbock (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), San Antonio* and Dallas,* as well as from Huskers.com.
Trev Alberts and Brian Rosenthal give their take on the Texas Tech game.
The Huskers are still the most comfortable with the run.
Being an underdog is unfamiliar territority.
Joe Dailey to have superstar day on Saturday?
Red Raider passing attack looking to conquer the Husker defense.
Husker Freak has notes from Friday's Big Red Breakfast.
There are still tickets available for the Texas Tech game.
Texas native Willie Amos makes the transition to offense.
The Red Raiders are leading the nation in passing offense.
The Huskers have their final practice in half pads in Memorial Stadium.
Wednesday's practice was moved indoors and worked on third down situations.
John Blake is asking for support and patience.
Adam Carriker expects to play a lot on Saturday.
Coach Callahan is expecting a breakout game and will continue passing.
Tech defensive end Duckett and QB Cumbie are ready for the Huskers.
Carrying the ball is not an option for the fullbacks.
There are still tickets available for the Texas Tech game.
Tech receiver Glover eyes touchdown record while a Tech writer picks Nebraska.
The Blackshirts are looking forward to stopping Texas Tech.
Bill Callahan sees improvement as the Huskers prepare for a tough environment.
Beau Davis is not suprised about his move to No. 2 QB.
Collegesports.com has lots of Texas Tech game day information.
NU's cornerbacks say they're up to the challenge Tech's offense poses.
Stewart Bradley tries to strike a balance between poise and reckless abandon.
Joe Dailey is looking to rise above the criticism.
Texas Tech likes its improvement on defense but has been inconsistent on offense* as the Red Raiders look for their first victory over Nebraska.
Huskers.com has its Texas Tech preview.
The Texas Tech wallpaper is now available.
Steve Sipple wonders if things may get ugly; John Mabry is counting the "W".
Tech coach wants a quick start against a defense that wins games.
Callahan says the defense is great and QB Dailey will get better.
Tom Shatel comments on growing pains and the Blackshirts.
 
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