Nov. 26, 2010 — 2:36 p.m., ABC-TV
Memorial Stadium, Lincoln
Q U I C K F A C T S
Location: Boulder, CO
Colors: Silver, Gold & Black
Conference: Big 12 (FBS)
Stadium: Folsom Field
53,750, Natural grass
Series: NU leads, 48-18-2
2009 record: 3-9 (2-6)
Starters returning/lost: 15/7
Head coach (interim):
Career record: 2-0
Record at Colorado: 2-0
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Longmont Daily Times-Call
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Pregame press Coverage is listed here in reverse chronological order. Use tabs to navigate to earlier items.
After a rocky week for the team and its coach, the hobbled Huskers tangle today with resurgent Colorado. Will it be a division crown for NU, or bowl eligibility for the Buffs? Here's the coverage from the papers in Omaha (1, 2, 3),
Lincoln (1, 2), Grand Island
, Denver (1
, Kansas City
& St. Louis
Commentary: Shatel, Sipple, McKeever, McKewon, York, Woelk, Paige, Henderson, Vanderveen
of two years ago doesn't define Alex Henery's career.
will be all ears during the Senior Day introductions.
Colorado always ratchets up the intensity
during Nebraska week.
There's hope that Niles Paul's foot will be healed
in time for the bowl game.
Who should be NU's two nominees
for Big 12 defensive player of the year?
Curt McKeever says a more natural
season-ending rivalry is replacing CU-Nebraska.
by Husker players brightens the holiday week of hospital patients.
will be Friday's starter at quarterback. | Notes: 1
Phil Bland's experience in Lincoln made a believer
out of his dad, a former Buff.
The Pelini-Martinez relationship is at a pivotal point
, the OWH's Dirk Chatelain says.
Hear Brenden Stai
discuss penalties, Bo Pelini and other matters.
joins the dogpile on Bo Pelini by placing NU in his Bottom 10.
Check out the early round of predictions
for the Nebraska-Colorado game.
Colorado is just the latest NU opponent with momentum
on its side.
opines on the A&M game and aftermath.
Hometown Husker: Meet Thomas Grove
, walk-on from Arlington.
Tom Osborne expresses his support
for Bo Pelini while calling it "very important"
that there be no recurrence
of his behavior of Saturday.
The Boulder Camera's Neill Woelk
shares three decades' worth of NU-CU insights.
The Huskers look for answers as the running game
fades down the stretch.
Colorado merchants will miss the biennial influx of NU fans
, but CU coaches won't.
Bo Pelini apologizes
for his outbursts
, saying he "let it get personal."
More from Monday's weekly team press conference: Quotes
| Audio & video: Pelini (1
), Cotton (1
), Gomes (1
), Henery (1
Well before Nebraska week, Colorado's interim coach bans red
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