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Southern Cal
vs. Nebraska

Sept. 15, 2007 — 7:13 p.m. CDT, ABC-TV
Memorial Stadium, Lincoln



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Pregame press
Stories leading up to the game are listed here in reverse chronological order.
 
Will NU pull off a repeat of 1978 tonight? The Huskers know they needn't be intimidated. But USC has thrived in tough environments. More from the papers in Lincoln (1, 2, 3), Omaha, Los Angeles (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), Orange County, New York and Kansas City, plus ESPN.com and TSN. | Predictions
Husker fans' generosity continues to amaze a wounded Nebraska soldier. WOWT
T.J. Simers writes again and mingles with Husker fans at Misty's.
The Trojans draw a crowd at their Friday practice at Westside High. KETV
Cox Cable gets the OK to transmit KETV's high-def signal for the game.
The Colonel rewinds to 1969 as he gets ready for the big game.
Big Red Breakfast: Kevin Cosgrove says the Blackshirts must be fast to the ball.
Newspapers in Kansas City, Denver, Dallas* see this game as perhaps a pivotal moment for the Huskers. Game predictions here.
From the StatePaper, five keys to Saturday's game. And KETV has seven of them. Extended previews: Big Red Wrap-Up, Olin Buchanan and Vince Campisi.
Last year's pregame chatter by the Huskers isn't back for an encore.
Player profiles: Maurice Purify (1,* 2), Marlon Lucky,* Zach Potter, Rey Maualuga, Chauncey Washington.
Call them scalpers or call them brokers, but their business is brisk these days.
With Thursday's practice, the Huskers wrap up major preparations for USC. Notes: 1, 2,* 3
The Trojans' new crop of wideouts* gets ready for the big stage. USC notes: 1, 2
See why many in the College GameDay crowd will be sure to bring newspapers.
From T.J. Simers, Part II* of his Nebraska travelogue.
Beano Cook says sportsmanship is dead, but not in Lincoln. More.
From the West Coast press: T.J. Simers helps with the milking. The Trojans try for more take-aways. USC is under pressure to win impressively. All eyes are on Sam Keller. USC notes from Wednesday: 1, 2
Will the outcome of the game have an impact on recruiting?
Read the LJS's scouting report on the Trojans.
NU has improved depth at cornerback to counter John David Booty's accuracy.
Third-down performance gets special emphasis in Wednesday's practice.
Here's what you need to know to join the College GameDay crowd.
Jeff and Husker Dan offer their weekly installments.
Sam Keller says he'll prepare for this game like never before. Matt Slauson says the Huskers won't be intimidated this time. But will the NU offense have the answer? More* from Tuesday's press conference: Suh | Sipple | McKewon | Notes* | Audio | Video (Keller, Callahan, Others, Recap)
Meanwhile, Pete Carroll meets the press in L.A.
Two who walked on get in the thick of things: Ben Eisenhart, Sean Hill KETV video
The Huskers hold a 2½-hour practice in Memorial Stadium. Notes: 1, 2
USC ticket prices are starting to drop a little.
Johnny Rodgers goes on the radio in Orange County to discuss the Huskers and his life after football. audio file
For Husker Fans Only author Rich Wolfe wll be at the Nebraska Bookstore Saturday for a book signing.
The L.A. Times' Dana Parsons looks at the root of the friction between T.J. Simers and Nebraskans.
The game predictions are starting to roll in.
SportsNightly interviews Kirk Herbstreit and Mike Garrett.
The Trojans lose cornerback Josh Pinkard to injury. Meanwhile, the availability of Huskers Ty Steinkuhler and Tierre Green remains up in the air.
Sam Keller prepares for his second shot* at toppling USC.
An attitude change last October sparked USC's defensive turnaround.
Big 12 prestige* would benefit from a Husker victory.
Maurice Purify gets advice and encouragement from USC's Rey Maualuga.
The USC game brings the big stage to Lincoln, but Bill Callahan says the next game is always big.*
The Trojans' tailbacks share the load, while the Huskers rely heavily on all-purpose Marlon Lucky.
USC reloads at wide receiver. Nebraska seeks to reduce the drops.
What had been assumed is now official: ESPN's College GameDay is coming to Lincoln this weekend.
USC's week off gives Mark Sanchez* and several others a chance to heal.
Maybe you can afford an NU-USC ticket after all.
Bid on USC tickets/hotel packages from COL4NE.
L.A. columnist T.J. Simers will stop in West Point on his vist.
Asking prices for Nebraska-USC tickets are getting a little ridiculous. KETV video
See how things went at Southern Cal's spring game: 1, 2, 3
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