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Texas A&M
vs. Nebraska
Oct. 20, 2007 — 1:05 p.m.
Memorial Stadium, Lincoln



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Pregame press
Stories leading up to the game are listed here in reverse chronological order.
 
Can the Huskers turn things around against another team trying to stay afloat? Read about today's matchup in the papers in Omaha, Lincoln and Grand Island, College Station (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) and San Antonio. Predictions here.
More commentary on the week's events: Tim Griffin, Jason King, Steve Sipple
Tom Osborne reiterates at the Big Red Breakfast: There are no quick fixes. He also says the recruiting services' star systems mean little. OWH video OWH audio
ESPN.com showcases the changes and what tomorrow's game might mean.
Jeff offers up his latest Scarlet Commentary.
Marcus Mendoza may join Roy Helu and other younger players seeing action.
How will the Huskers handle A&M's option-heavy attack? That's one of Sam McKewon's five keys to the game. Jon Schuetz lists seven things to know. KETV video
The defensive line's woes may have been four years in the making.
Texas scribes wonder if it's time for A&M to take a chance with its No. 2 QB.
It's a buyer's market for game tickets, even though the sellout streak is intact.
Marcus Mendoza may join Roy Helu and other younger players seeing action.
How will the Huskers handle the Aggies' option-heavy attack? That's one of Sam McKewon's five keys to the A&M game.
The defensive line's woes may have been four years in the making.
Texas scribes wonder if it's time for A&M to take a chance with its No. 2 QB.
It's a buyer's market for game tickets, even though the sellout streak is intact.
The Aggies' road woes are an unwelcome reversal from last season.
Husker Dan recalls the Oklahoma State game and the week's activities.
Now is the time for Husker fans to get behind the players, Jason Sturek writes.
The LJS, John Bishop and Jim Dolezal break down the NU-Aggies game.
The Husker offense seeks answers to its slow starts. Notes from Wednesday: 1, 2
The Aggies look for better balance on offense.
Rickey Thenarse hopes his big hits earn him more playing time.
The defense sheds its Blackshirts.* Notes from Tuesday: 1, 2,* 3
Another Franchione-Callahan story precedes Saturday's game. Aggie notes: 1, 2
Bill Callahan calls the A.D.'s firing a huge distraction for the team and says he is not considering resigning. Players say the team does not need an overhaul. audio links
A Dallas columnist calls the NU-A&M game the Contract Buyout Bowl.
Bill Callahan says the team must remain focused on "the task at hand, and that's our preparation for A&M."
The Huskers' offensive production has gone AWOL.
There will be no telecast of the Nebraska-A&M game.
Next week's opponent, Texas A&M, loses 35-7 at Texas Tech.
See how things went in the Aggies' spring game.
 
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