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Texas
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Nebraska

Oct. 16, 2010 — 2:30 p.m. CDT, ABC/ESPN
Memorial Stadium, Lincoln



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Location: Austin, TX
Enrollment: 50,170
Nickname: Longhorns
Colors: Burnt Orange & White
Conference: Big 12 (FBS)
Stadium: Royal/Memorial Stad.
  100,119, FieldTurf
Series: UT leads, 9-4-0
2009 record: 13-1 (8-0)
Starters returning/lost: 14/10
Head coach Mack Brown
 Career record: 217-103-1
 Record at Texas: 131-29
 Career vs. Nebraska: 7-1

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 Pregame press
 Coverage is listed here in reverse chronological order. Use tabs to navigate to earlier items.
 
The game that resonates so greatly with NU fans is finally upon us after 10 months of anticipation. Get your game-day coverage from Omaha (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), Lincoln (1, 2, 3, 4), Grand Island (1, 2), Dallas (1, 2), Fort Worth, Austin (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
Hear pregame remarks of Tom Osborne, Austin Cassidy, Ivan Maisel & Greg Sharpe.
Members of the 1970 team return to share memories and mingle with fans.
Who is Taylor Martinez, anyway? SI.com looks at his path to stardom.
Nebraska's offensive transformation didn't happen overnight – it just seems that way.
High-profile recruits are making their official visits this weekend.
Lee Barfknecht: Texas kicked sand in Nebraska's face from the start of the Big 12.
A Texas scribe cooks up all sorts of reasons NU will be worse off in the Big Ten.
Garrett Gilbert's trial by fire in January gives him reason for hope nine months later.
NU's receivers know a thing or two about pancakes. Thursday notes: 1, 2, 3
Former Huskers aren't as diplomatic as current ones in discussing UT-NU. | The hex
Hometown Husker: Surgery in Germany worked for Mathew May.
Taylor Martinez heads an SI.com list of impact freshmen. | Time for a test
A good time was had by all at the Jason Peter Junior Achievement Dinner/Auction.
From Sam McKewon: Five keys | Five Huskers | Five Horns | Position matchup
Hear Brenden Stai tell what concerns him most about the UT-NU matchup.
AP's national football writer sees big things ahead for Nebraska and Taylor Martinez.
The Blackshirts aren't relaxing despite the offense's improvement. | Allen's leadership
Jeff Kinney is among the featured guests at this week's Football Friday. | Bio
A Texas blogger sizes up the Husker offense. More commentary & analysis from the Lone Star State: Where's the hate? | Forget the run | Behavior issues
First-year starting QBs for Texas have enjoyed big moments in Lincoln.
From the LJS, what we'll miss (and not) about Austin. | UT Insider | Texas notes
Matt Hayes of the Sporting News puts three Huskers on his list of top 25 players.
Is this season's rise of the running quarterback in college football a fluke or a trend?
A BCS critic who'll be at the game makes his case against the "cartel." | Excerpt
The Huskers give extra attention to kickoff coverage. Wednesday notes: 1, 2, 3
The shelf life of college football dynasties has gotten shorter.
Garrett Gilbert has big shoes to fill and a tough assignment in Lincoln.
The Utahns for Nebraska watch party will include a special guest: John Dutton.
The whole nation gets the game on ABC or ESPN. See the coverage maps.
See who's favored in the early round of Texas-Nebraska game predictions.
Hear Texas beat writer Randy Riggs discuss UT's mindset with KLIN's Jack & John.
The game seems to have NU fans far more inflamed than their Texas counterparts.
Bo Pelini understands the Texas stakes, but he'll keep it between him and his team.
It's a prime opportunity to impress recruits. | "Be loud"? Here's how
Bitterness turned to motivation for the Huskers after the December loss to the Horns.
He shuns the spotlight, but Taylor Martinez is adjusting to his newfound fame. More player features: P.J. Smith | Roy Helu
Texas' losses have brought ticket prices back down from the stratosphere.
The Huskers aren't buying the notion that UT is the underdog. Notes: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
The Longhorns hope lessons learned will help in stopping Taylor Martinez. | UT notes
Tom Osborne discusses the Texas rivalry and Nebraska's exit from the Big 12.
It'll be Whaley vs. Whaley as brothers line up on opposite sides.
Some fans stand out: The stories of Clayton Anderson and Ronald Stark.
Bo Pelini reminds fans to keep it classy. More from Tuesday's press conference: Rallying cry: "Finish" | Video: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 | KLIN audio: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Even with a pair of losses, Texas is still Texas, Husker players say.
In the blink of an eye, Taylor Martinez's speed has given Nebraska a big-play offense,
but will faster defenses have an answer?
Mack Brown expects the usual ambiance for what's likely his final game in Lincoln.
Hear Jason Peter discuss whether the Huskers are championship material.
Desperate to turn things around, Texas essentially started over during its off week.
Around the conference: Mizzou's improved D | OSU's surprise star | Two farewell tours |
Midseason overview | Big 12 rankings: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Safety P.J. Smith has a new kind of confidence and a Blackshirt to show for it.
Texas' Emmanuel Acho says NU is nothing to get too worried about. | UT notes
An Austin columnist takes UT's coaches to task for the Horns' slow start.
The defense gets a boost as Will Compton returns to the practice field. Notes: 1, 2, 3
More T-Mart recognition: Midseason freshman of year | Midseason No. 1 QB | Performace of Week candidate | Best-freshman poll leader | 7th on Heisman lists
Bo Pelini says revenge is not a factor in preparing for UT. | Mack's remarks
Start downloading your game-week supplies: Printable rosters | NU notes | UT notes
Steve Sipple talks about how different the NU-UT game feels than anyone expected.
In a rare double, Taylor Martinez & Lavonte David win Big 12 player-of-week honors.
Pluck, not luck, has been Texas' edge in the series, Sam McKewon writes.
The Huskers' O-line is on the rise as it faces its toughest test. | Scared straight
Season-defining tests await a pair of unbeaten Big 12 quarterbacks.
Paul Myerberg of Pre-Snap Read and the N.Y. Times discusses all things Husker.
NU poll-vaults into the title chase: No. 4 in the coaches' poll, No. 5 in AP & Harris
NU carries some lofty statistical rankings into the Texas game. | Stats matchup
The Huskers' psychological challenge Saturday may exceed the football challenge.
Finally, full attention can go toward the Texas game. | Shatel: Must-win for the soul
Much of Nebraska's confidence now emanates from its secondary play.
Alabama's upset loss opens the door for Nebraska and other title contenders.
A lighter workload has Roy Helu Jr. healthy and hitting his stride.
The Taylor Martinez buzz goes national. | Best-freshman poll | Osborne's praise
History is on Texas' side as it tries to salvage its season vs. NU. | Quiet week
There's plenty for Texas to work on during its bye week.
Dennis Dodd previews the Big 12, with an emphasis on NU vs. Texas.
A Rivals writer picks the Nebraska-Texas game as the game of the year to watch. | Must-see games
The Pac-10 boss cites Texas leaks and politics as keys in June's conference drama.
Nebraska fans need to find a real rivalry, a columnist in Texas says.
It's cultural, it's political and it's personal: All eyes are already on Oct. 16.
A Texas writer offers a high-and-mighty lecture for Husker fans. | Rebuttals: 1, 2, 3, 4
"Beat Texas" is removed from the RedOutAroundTheWorld site. | EA Sports result
More on the hyping of the Texas game: Forde, Ubben, McKewon | Settling scores
Tad Stryker says Nebraska has bigger fish than Texas to fry.
There's a lot of buzz about the video at RedOutAroundTheWorld.
A Tulsa columnist says Bill Snyder knows exactly how to deal with Texas.
It’s a run-first approach in Texas’s spring game, but Garrett Gilbert’s arm impresses.
 
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