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November 2013

30 SAT
Bo Pelini issues an apology and thank-you,* and Shawn Eichorst's decision gets Tom Osborne's seal of approval.* More commentary: Feit, Shatel,* Sipple,* Guenther
Shawn Eichorst issues a statement in support of Bo Pelini, saying, “We very much look forward to our upcoming bowl game and Coach Pelini continuing to lead our program in the future.” Coverage: 1, 2, 3, 4* | Commentary: Sipple,* Zatechka, Sherman | Reaction | Discuss
As Bo Pelini's job status* becomes a red-hot topic, a technical glitch causes private speculation from play-by-play man Greg Sharpe to appear in the audio track of a Huskers.com video. | Update
29 FRI
Iowa 38, Nebraska 17. Turnovers and special-teams blunders put the Huskers in a hole they can't climb out of, and a defiant Bo Pelini says afterward, “If they wanna fire me, go ahead.” Coverage and multimedia can be found on the game page. | Commentary: Stryker, Johnson | Press conference video and audio | Big Red Over-Reaction
Here's the team's motivational video for the Iowa game.
Bo Pelini's Huskers set their sights on win No. 9 today as the Hawkeyes come calling on Senior Day. Here are the pregame reads from the papers in Lincoln (1, 2, 3),* Omaha (1, 2, 3, 4, 5),* Grand Island, Des Moines (1, 2), Quad Cities (1, 2) and Dubuque. Commentary: Shatel,* Sipple,* Barfknecht,* Husker Mike, Vogel, Callahan, Sherman, York.
Dave Feit tries to define Taylor Martinez's legacy in six words.
28 THU
Dirk Chatelain marvels at Ron Kellogg's rise from obscurity in 2013.
The 50th Anniversary All-Time Blackshirt Team is unveiled, and Grant Wistrom is named honorary captain.
Scout-teamer Brandon Chapek* has stuck with it for five years — and it has paid off. | Senior O-linemen's bond
Hostile environments haven't seemed to faze this year's Hawkeyes. | Ott's fast rise* | Scouting Iowa
Dirk Chatelain says Bo Pelini's fate may hinge on Shawn Eichorst's perception of the Big Ten. | An Iowa writer's take
The early predictions mostly point to a narrow Nebraska victory.
Juco defensive tackle Terrell Clinkscales* headlines the list of prospects scheduled visit Lincoln on Friday. | Kaczenski on recruiting
27 WED
The “Through These Gates” tour heads for its finale in Shenandoah, Iowa.
Taylor Martinez and dozens of other Huskers pay a visit to Lincoln hospital patients. | Suh's creating giving
Here's Corn Nation's by-the-numbers look at Nebraska vs. Iowa.
Mum's the word on players' injury status as short week of practice wraps up with Nebraska aiming to keep its Black Friday streak going. | HuskerMax Report | Notes* | Video
Dirk Chatelain says one game shouldn't determine Bo Pelini's fate.
Friday's game promises to be one that'll be won in the trenches, Rick Kaczenski tells a Big Red Breakfast crowd. | Tailgate audio
Is Iowa-Nebraska a rivalry? If you have to ask, probably not.
It's been a season of baptism by fire for the defensive line* and the rest of the Huskers' front seven.* | Notes: 1, 2*
Harvey Perlman explains Shawn Eichorst's public silence on Bo Pelini.
Husker coaches tip their hats to Taylor Martinez* and his toughness.
Top Blackshirts: Lavonte David was a 2-star recruit, 5-star performer.
Omaha North running back Calvin Strong* hopes for an offer from NU.
The Big Ten's image problem* is hurting Ameer Abdullah and several other top stars in terms of national honors, Lee Barfknecht writes.
The Hawkeyes must prepare for Nebraska's two quarterbacks and their different strengths. | Iowa notes
Cornerback Josh Mitchell discusses the leadership of Nebraska's seniors in the secondary and the matchup against Iowa.
26 TUE
The Husker defense focuses on stopping Iowa's power run game. More from Tuesday's practice: HuskerMax Report | Turner ready | Audio | Video
Tale of the Tape breaks down key plays from the Penn State game.
Husker Dan looks forward to Friday's Hickoff Classic.
Bo Pelini* got a contract extension* last winter through the 2017 season.
Carl Pelini is notified by Florida Atlantic that his ouster was a firing rather than a resignation.
Who will win the Heroes Game presented by Hy-Vee? Vote in our poll.
Hear Rob Zatechka discuss Bo Pelini's job status and the Hawkeyes.
Ameer Abdullah elevates his game with physical and mental toughness.*
Avery Moss won't face trial, and a new court date is set.
Athlon's bowl projections have Nebraska facing Missouri in the Outback.
25 MON
Ryne Reeves is the latest understudy to answer the bell* when injuries struck the offensive line. | Sirles Q&A* | Notes*
The Kellogg-Martinez role reversal* isn't one that RK3 saw coming when the season began. | Shatel: Unique legacy*
Meet the heroes to be honored Friday: Amundson | Klemmensen
Nebraska native Drew Ott* has settled in as a starter at defensive end for the Hawkeyes. | Iowa notes*
Ameer Abdullah doesn't make the final three* for the Doak Walker Award.
Saturday's MVPs: Jean-Baptiste and walk-ons Kellogg and Smith.
Athletic director Shawn Eichorst's silence on Bo Pelini's status is doing more harm than good, Mitch Sherman writes. | Timetable unclear*
Game-week downloads: Printable two-deeps | NU notes | Iowa notes
Bo Pelini says it's been a crazy season* on and off the field and that he's not “coaching to save my job.” | Press conference audio and video
Dave Feit ponders style points as he analyzes the Penn State game.
Dirk Chatelain looks at the Huskers' string of success in close games and says there's more to it than luck.
Jay Foreman applauds the Huskers for refusing to fold at State College.
Pat Smith is named Big Ten special-teams player of the week.
The tremendous heart of the patchwork O-line has John Garrison amazed.
24 SUN
Sam McKewon* and Husker Mike offer their takes on Saturday's gutty, sloppy victory. | Notes: 1,* 2*
From Iowa's perspective, a Hawkeye win Friday in Lincoln would do wonders for the border states' rivalry.
Steve Sipple says any post-Osborne coach at NU is an underdog.*
NU's defense wasn't perfect but made stops* in the late going.
See how the season statistics stack up for Nebraska and Iowa.
In 1933, the Huskers botched a field-goal try against Iowa but turned it into the game-winning play. It’s part of this week in Husker history.
23 SAT
Nebraska 23, Penn State 20. Nebraska survives in overtime as Pat Smith's 42-yard field goal splits the uprights. Coverage and multimedia can be found on the game page, and here's the call that almost cost the Huskers the game. | Commentary: Stryker, Johnson | Game on DVD | Big Red Over-Reaction
Johnny Rodgers discusses his success, his mistakes and his pardon.
Iowa will come to Lincoln fresh off a come-from-behind win over Michigan.
Pride is on the line instead of conference hardware as the Huskers and Nittany Lions square off today. Here are the pregame reads from Lincoln (1, 2, 3, 4),* Omaha (1, 2, 3, 4),* Grand Island (1, 2), Philadelphia (1, 2), Pittsburgh (1, 2), State College (1, 2, 3), York (1, 2), Altoona, Reading and Lewiston. Commentary: Sipple,* Vogel, Shatel*, Callahan, Sherman.
22 FRI
This KLIN audio feature looks back on the decision to let the Oklahoma-Nebraska game of Nov. 23, 1963, be played. | Game page
Penn State and Nebraska are carrying similar stats into the game at State College, where PSU tends to play “really well,” Jeff Jamrog tells a Big Red Breakfast crowd. | Friday Tailgate audio
ESPN.com's Mitch Sherman and Josh Moyer break down the game, and both predict a Nebraska win.
Penn State's use of its tight ends* will test NU's defense. | QB profile
A Pennsylvania writer doubts Nebraska's motivation for this game, while Athlon gives the Huskers a three-point edge. | Predictions
Michael Rose's rise has given Nebraska stability* at middle linebacker.
Steve Sipple says Harvey Perlman's mulligans* have proved pricey.
Papers in Pennsylvania look at two of the Huskers' brightest stars, Randy Gregory and Ameer Abdullah.
Sam McKewon sees WR recruit Robert Lockhart* as an immediate asset.
21 THU
Bo Pelini says he gets Shawn Eichorst's feedback and support and that nothing should be read into his own recent quotes in USA Today.
The Huskers wrap up preparations for Penn State, but the O-line's configuration for the game remains in flux. More from Thursday's practice: HuskerMax Report | Notes* | Video | Audio
Fifty years ago this weekend, the Oklahoma-Nebraska game was played with Bobby Kennedy's blessing one day after his brother's assassination.
Spencer Long is one of 10 semifinalists for the Burlsworth Trophy for walk-ons, and you can help get him into the finals by voting here daily.
Here's Corn Nation's by-the-numbers look at Nebraska vs. PSU.
Will Shields & Roger Craig are Pro Football Hall of Fame semifinalists.
Mike Rozier, Dave Rimington and Tony Felici will be Saturday's Legends Radio Show guests.
What is the greater challenge to the Husker defense: Penn State's running or passing game? Vote in our poll.
Tom Shatel says Bo Pelini and athletic director Shawn Eichorst don't appear to be on the same page.* | Sipple speculation*
Las Vegas lists Penn State as the favorite, but Nebraska has the edge in the predictions so far.
NU looks to improve its anemic punt return* numbers. | Notes: 1,* 2*
Penn State's O-line is gelling in the home stretch. | Scouting report*
Sam Burtch now has a bigger frame* and a bigger game* to go with it.
New linebacker commit Jaevon Walton says the family atmostphere is what drew him to Nebraska. | 2014 class
Zaire Anderson's hometown paper notes the linebacker's successful rebound from a torn ACL.
A Georgia columnist says Tom Osborne's integrity will be an asset on college football's playoff selection committee.
20 WED
The Athletic Department puts up an Ameer Abdullah web page and highlight reel to promote his candidacy for postseason recognition.
The Husker defense works to correct the third-down woes that emerged against the Spartans as it prepares for Penn State's strong-armed freshman quarterback. More from Wednesday's practice: HuskerMax Report | Video | Audio
ESPN.com's Mitch Sherman sees turnovers as a systemic problem for Nebraska under Bo Pelini. | The numbers | The bug
USA Today analyzes Bo Pelini's job security in Lincoln.
Derek Johnson writes about trick plays, close games and a random act of Husker kindness.
A Nebraska touchdown balloon ended up 565 miles away in Michigan.
Dirk Chatelain says it's time to stop likening Bo Pelini's tenure to the early Osborne years.
Corn Nation and Huskers.com preview the Nittany Lions.
Nebraska* and Penn State both have turnover woes to address.
Penn State has a chance to clinch an improbable winning season Saturday against the Huskers. | PSU notes: 1, 2, 3
19 TUE
Penn State receiver Allen Robinson is a Biletnikoff Award semifinalist and might be a first-round draft pick next spring if he leaves school early.
The Huskers look for improvement in their punt returns.* | Notes: 1,* 2*
Rob Zatechka vents frustration over Saturday's turnover-filled loss.
Here's an injury update from Tuesday's practice. More: Motivation* | HuskerMax Report | Audio | Video
Tale of the Tape breaks down key plays from the Michigan State game.
Game-week downloads: PDF two-deeps | NU release | PSU release
Ameer Abdullah gets support for league Player of the Year honors.
Ex-Husker Toniu Fonoti is having success as a prep O-line coach in Utah.
Dirk Chatelain looks at NU's drought* of conference titles and Top-5 wins.
Dave Feit breaks down the good, bad and ugly from the MSU game.
Tom Shatel sees a possible Big Eight reunion* for bowl season.
Linebacker Michael Rose elevated his play after taking a hard look at his practice habits.* | Santos Q&A | Notes*
The game-day atmosphere* at Penn State will be nothing like the somber setting of the Huskers' 2011 visit.
The Husker trucker* logs many miles but enjoys some insider perks.
18 MON
Unlike NU, Penn State is accustomed to getting motivated without a conference title* to play for. | Battle of freshman QBs | PSU notes
Tommy Armstrong* is grateful the players and coaches have faith in him.
Nebraska lost the game on third down, Jay Foreman writes.
Bo Pelini says the Huskers' challenge this week is to rebound from the Michigan State loss, and Tommy Armstrong says he's “just got to take care of the football.” More from Monday's press conference: Turnover troubles | Injury rundown* | Audio | Video
Sam McKewon says poor execution* was the undoing of a good scheme by Tim Beck against Michigan State. More on the Huskers' blunders: Turnover binge | Mental errors* | Report card | Notes*
Steve Sipple says it's starting to feel like 10 seasons ago.*
This will be Penn State's bowl game, a Pennsylvania columnist writes.
There's lots of competition for the All-Big Ten running back* slots.
The Musial Award presented to Nebraska exemplifies Husker kindness.
17 SUN
See how the Huskers and Nittany Lions stack up statistically.
Ameer Abdullah's numbers through 10 games put him in elite company.*
A century ago, the Iowa Hawkeyes came to Lincoln averaging a gaudy 50 points per game, but Nebraska shut them out to cap a perfect season. It's part of this week in Husker history.
16 SAT
Michigan State 41, Nebraska 28. Minus-five in the turnover department dooms the Huskers against the Spartans. Coverage and multimedia can be found on the game page. | Commentary: Stryker, Johnson
Next week's opponent, Penn State, handles Purdue, 45-21. The Huskers and Nittany Lions will kick off at 2:30 p.m. CST on BTN.
NU picks up two commitments* for the recruiting* class of 2014.
It's the end of an amazing streak for Husker fan Warren Nelson.*
Deployed in South Korea, Dion Booker feels the Huskers' love.
Nebraska's improving defense and hobbled offense face a stern test today against Michigan State as the teams vie for the inside track on a trip to Indy. Here are the pregame reads from Lincoln (1, 2, 3),* Omaha (1, 2, 3),* Grand Island, Detroit (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) and Grand Rapids. Commentary: Sipple,* Shatel,* Barfknecht,* Vogel, Callahan, Sherman.
15 FRI
The OWH's Rich Kaipust sizes up the game and sees the Huskers lacking the overall depth to prevail.
The pressure is on the Spartans, Brenden Stai* tells a Big Red Breakfast crowd in Omaha. | Friday Husker Tailgate audio
A Michigan writer says NU fans' kill ’em with kindness approach works. More from the Lansing paper: Redemption quest | Matchups | Buzz
Brian Bosiljevac sees potential for the Hail Mary to join other season-turning catches in Husker lore.
The defense's turnaround may have begun with Bo Pelini's chat with Ciante Evans.* | Answering the bell* | Safeties settling in* | Notes*
A Michigan writer breaks down the game and predicts a one-point MSU win. | Athlon preview | More predictions | LJS videos: 1, 2, 3
A juco prospect* in the mold of Randy Gregory is among the official visitors expected Saturday.
Former Husker Jay Moore analyzes the Husker's recent blitz success.
Papers in Michigan note the emergence Tommy Armstrong (1, 2) and Randy Gregory.
14 THU
Derek Johnson reports on the Big House experience and previews the game against the Spartans.
Bo Pelini expects the injury-stricken offensive line to “step up to the task” Saturday against Michigan State. More from Thursday's practice: HuskerMax Report | Audio | Video
Johnny Rodgers’ request for a pardon is granted on a 3-0 vote.
Ameer Abdullah is one of 10 semifinalists for the Doak Walker Award.
Two young Huskers on the rise: Randy Gregory & Tommy Armstrong
A win Saturday could allow Bo Pelini snuff out the “hot seat” talk, says Sports Illustrated's Andy Staples.
How many points must NU score to beat Michigan State? Vote in our poll.
Here's Corn Nation's look at Nebrask vs. MSU by the numbers.
Saturday's Legends Radio guests: Ahman Green & Larry the Cable Guy
Sam McKewon analyzes the Spartan defense* and how to beat it.
It's almost all Michigan State in the early round of predictions.
With Tommy Armstrong at quarterback, the option is enjoying a renaissance* that some thought they'd never see. | Notes: 1,* 2*
Dirk Chatelain says NU's offense needs to rediscover the big play.*
Michigan State quarterback QB Connor Cook has put in extra film study to prep for Nebraska's improving defense.
Nebraska's fullbacks say they don't mind toiling in anonymity.
Enter Californians for Nebraska's ticket raffle for the Iowa game.
Dylan Guenther says the Blackshirts' improvement gives the Huskers a shot against MSU.
The Spartans' secondary has reduced its penalties while maintaining its aggressive play. | Scouting report | Suh prediction
13 WED
From Wednesday's practice: Praise for linebacker Zaire Anderson and an injury to guard Mike Moudy.* | HuskerMax report | Audio | Video
Randy Gregory discusses the defense's progress and more on BTN Live.
Here is the ABC/ESPN2 coverage map for Saturday's game.
Nebraska will celebrate an Academic All-America milestone this weekend.
Husker Dan marvels at NU's change of fortune in the last three weeks.
The Huskers will be hard pressed to repeat last year's rushing feat against the Spartans. | Previews: 1, 2
On the O-line, Zach Sterup stepped up* when the chips were down, and Mark Pelini* uses his intelligence to gain an edge. | NU notes: 1,* 2*
Dave Feit reviews the big win in the Big House.
Ameer Abdullah's numbers* have him in the running for national honors.
Does MSU finally have the team to beat Nebraska for the first time?
Updates and notes from around the Big Ten: 1,* 2,* 3*
12 TUE
Injured O-lineman Jake Cotton returns to practice, and Tim Beck welcomes the challenge* posed by the Spartans' stout defense. More from Tuesday's practice: HuskerMax Report | Notes1,* 2 | Audio
Michigan State and Darqueze Dennard have payback on their minds.
Husker sophomore defensive end Randy Gregory is named to the 18-member midseason watch list for the Ted Hendricks Award.
Tale of the Tape breaks down several key plays from the victory in Ann Arbor. | Zatechka analysis (audio)
Bo Pelini says MSU's defense has “all the ingredients,” while Mark Dantonio sees Saturday as a “tremendous opportunity” for his Spartans.
Download ’em: Printable 2-deeps | NU notes | MSU notes
It won't be just another game,* Husker players acknowledge. | Notes*
The offense can count on hard-working* and unselfish Ameer Abdullah.
11 MON
Taylor Martinez's foot injury* may mean his college career is over,* the quarterback's father confirms. | His legacy
Sam McKewon says the Huskers on a trajectory to produce a Spartan-style defense* in two years. | McMullen Q&A* | 5 things*
Check out Lavonte David's tackle for a safety in Monday night's NFL game.
Selecting the playoff teams is sure to create controversy, Tom Osborne tells a Georgia audience.
Here's a look at Nebraska by the numbers from an MSU perspective.
Tommy Armstrong and the offense will be challenged but not intimidated* by the Spartan defense, Bo Pelini says. More from Monday's press conference: Martinez done? | Audio | Video
Jay Foreman sees the rise in blitzes as a good fit for the young defense.
Michigan says its president wasn't drunk during her awkward halftime talk.
Randy Gregory is named Big Ten co-defensive player of the week, and Tommy Armstrong Jr. is freshman of the week. | Team MVPs of week
"I am not a racist," Richie Incognito says in a FOX Sports interview.
Columnists' corner: McKewon on good football*  |  Barfknecht on the Huskers' growth*  |  Sipple on the next big test*  |  Chatelain on resilience
10 SUN
Smarter play* is helping Randy Gregory become a greater force at DE.
Michigan State has a demon to wash away in Lincoln, says a Michigan columnist. | Not impressed | Three-way race | The unexpected
Derek Johnson and Husker Mike weigh in on the win in Ann Arbor.
The Huskers remain just outside the AP and coaches' Top 25 rankings.
Michigan State is trying to stay focused on Nebraska amid talk of a likely showdown in Indy against Ohio State. | Stats matchup
In the game voted most memorable of the home sellout streak, NU upset Oklahoma, 17-14, in 1978. It’s part of this week in Husker history.
09 SAT
Nebraska 17, Michigan 13 The Blackshirts come up huge and a 75-yard touchdown drive wins it for the Huskers late in the fourth quarter. Coverage, stats and multimedia can be found on the game page. | Game on DVD | Stryker commentary | Big Red Over-Reaction
The Michigan State game gets a 2:30 start and ABC/ESPN2 telecast.
The New York Times profiles Richie Incognito — from childhood to Nebraska to the NFL.
The Huskers take a banged-up offense into the Big House today on a mission to pull off an upset and continue their drive for a division title. Here are the pregame reads from Lincoln (1, 2, 3),* Omaha (1, 2, 3, 4),* Grand Island (1, 2), Detroit (1, 2, 3, 4), Ann Arbor and Toldeo. Commentary: Shatel,* Sipple,* Sharp, Vogel, Johnston, Callahan, Baumgardner.
08 FRI
The Big Ten won't suspend Michigan's Taylor Lewan, ESPN.com reports.
Ron Kellogg III goes undercover for fan reactions to the Hail Mary.
Dirk Chatelain says Stanford is succeeding with Nebraska's blueprint.
ESPN.com's Nebraska and Michigan writers go over the storylines for Saturday, starting with the teams' emotional states. | Fri. Tailgate audio
Tommy Armstrong has been diligent with his football homework,* and recognizing Michigan’s third-down* defensive packages will be key, Barney Cotton tells a Big Red Breakfast crowd.
Some pregame pieces from the Mitten State: 1, 2, 3  |  Predictions
The O-line, suddenly susceptible to giving up sacks,* must solve Michigan's “exotic” zone-blitz schemes.
Injuries at wide receiver* have forced the backups to step up. | Notes*
The pressure* on the coaches is bound to trickle down to the players, Steve Sipple writes.
Profile of a future Husker: Demornay Pierson-El.
07 THU
Here's the news from Thursday's practice, including updated injury info.* | HuskerMax Report | Audio | Video
Carl Pelini denies using illegal drugs and seeks reinstatement as head coach at Florida Atlantic. | Letter
Here's Corn Nation's by-the-numbers look at Nebraska-Michigan.
Ameer Abdullah learned resolve and humility from his family.
Lydon Murtha offers an insider's perspective on the Incognito imbroglio.
Freshman linebacker Josh Banderas' roller-coaster season* appears to be back on an upward trajectory. | Notes: 1,* 2*
Michigan's Gardner* and Gallon* are a handful for opposing defenses.
It's a statement game for two proud programs, Dylan Guenther writes.
John Garrison says he admired the fire* in Richie Incognito.
06 WED
John Papuchis says Michigan's versatility and athleticism* on offense will be a challenge for the Husker defense. More from Wednesday's practice: HuskerMax Report | Audio | Video
The NAIA is naming its national football title trophy after Tom Osborne.
Here's a Michigan scouting report and video preview. | UM notes: 1, 2
Saturday's finish gave Brian Bosiljevac reason to believe.
Bo Pelini's pay package is No. 18 nationally, according to USA Today.
Jason Whitlock says a sense of player entitlement is hurting Michigan.
Postgame analysis from former players: Jay Moore on the blitz, and Barrett Ruud on defending the Hail Mary. | Audio: Crouch, Foreman, Peter
Michigan and Nebraska are programs in quest of a defining moment, Mitch Sherman writes. More on Saturday's game: Road challenge | Preview
Former Husker Tyler Moore of Florida is out for the season after breaking his elbow in a scooter accident.
Derek Johnson checks in with some postgame what-ifs and more.
Did Jordan Westerkamp reverse the curse* of jersey No. 1?
Tommy Armstrong aims to learn* from his freshman mistakes.
Enjoy the moment, Dave Feit says in assessing the Northwestern game.
Saturday's Legends Radio Show guests: Steve Warren & Jammal Lord.
Around the league: Reslience* at QB for Michigan State | Notes: 1,* 2*
Californians embrace the Nebraska way at the Husker Heroes event.
05 TUE
Jordan Westerkamp and Matt Davison talk about memorable catches, mustaches and more on BTN Live. | Abdullah Q&A
As injuries mount, the Husker staff looks for new combinations* on the offensive line. More from Tuesday's practice: HuskerMax Report | Notes: 1, 2,* 3* | Video | Audio
Tale of the Tape analyzes key plays from the Northwestern game.
Hear Rob Zatechka's takes on the win and the staff's game-planning.
Bo Pelini and Brady Hoke talk about Saturday's matchup in the weekly Big Ten teleconference.
Ron Kellogg III shares his thoughts about the big play on BTN Live, and Jordan Westerkamp does likewise with ESPN.com. | 3-second rule
Johnny Rodgers' pardon quest* gets a thumbs-up from Tom Shatel.
For the quarterbacks, it's back to work* after a Saturday of highs and lows. | Team on the mend* | Notes: 1,* 2* | Gabriel Miller Q&A
Reflections on a celebration: Hansen* | York | Kaipust*
04 MON
Desmond Howard offers up five things* you should know about Michigan. | Gardner's status | Lewan's apology
From Michigan, a look at Nebraska by the numbers.
Saturday's defensive MVPs: Avery Moss and Randy Gregory.
Two fraternities unite in remembering* Husker fan Daryl Warday.
Richie Incognito's anger issues that preceded his dismissal from Nebraska are recalled after his suspension by the Miami Dolphins.
Your Monday PDFs: 2-deeps & rosters | Neb. release | Mich. release
For Bo Pelini, there was little time to celebrate* after Saturday's wild finish. More from Monday's press conference: Abdullah on Michigan | Instant celebrity | Audio | Video
Former Husker Jay Foreman sees the rest of the season hinging on run defense and quarterback play.
Time and TV plans for the Michigan State vs. Nebraska won't be determined until after Saturday's games.
Ameer Abdullah earns a spot on the Paul Hornung Award honor roll, and Jordan Westerkamp is the Big Ten Freshman of the Week.
The defense aims to make Saturday's performance a turning point.*
Sam McKewon salutes Ameer Abdullah's extraordinary effort* on 4th & 15.
Matt Davison* knows how one catch can stick with you. | Fan memories
03 SUN
Tim Beck must deal with the offense's mounting injuries.
Michigan is coming off a humbling loss, but home field helps make the Wolverines a 6½-point favorite against the Huskers. | Failed season?*
How it happened: Players & coaches detail the final drive. | Ameer’s role
See the pregame stats comparison for Nebraska vs. Michigan.
This week in Husker history: A narrow escape at Kansas in ’93; winless on TV in the 1950s; just four first downs in a 1938 victory.
ABC* will telecast the Nebraska-Michigan game.
Nebraska remains unranked in the coaches' and AP polls.
Gun or no gun? The question arises as Johnny Rodgers seeks a pardon.*
Up next is Michigan, manhandled by the Spartans on Saturday, 29-6.
02 SAT
Nebraska 27, Northwestern 24. After a late interception seemed to doom the Huskers, Ron Kellogg III connects with Jordan Westerkamp for the winning score from midfield as the clock runs out. Here's the video and audio. More multimedia and coverage can be found on the game page. | Get the DVD | Commentary: Stryker, Johnson | Big Red Over-Reaction
Meet Saturday's nine honorary gate sentinels, part of the 2013 Veterans Military & Veterans Day Salute.
Two teams intent on turning their seasons around clash today in Lincoln. Get your pregame reads on Northwestern vs. Nebraska from the papers in Lincoln (1, 2, 3),* Omaha (1, 2, 3),* Grand Island (1, 2) and Chicago (1, 2, 3). Commentary: Shatel,* Sipple,* Vogel, Callahan, Sherman.
01 FRI
A Florida Atlantic assistant coach says in sworn affidavits that he saw Carl Pelini using cocaine and marijuana.
Watch the Husker Helicopter take a spin around Memorial Stadium.
ESPN.com revisits a November to remember 20 years ago that ended with a Nebraska berth in the game to decide the national championship.
Nebraska needs to be about long-term stability, even if that means keeping a coach one year too long, Derek Johnson writes.
Orders of “Through These Gates” on disc begin shipping on Nov. 1. | Screening schedule | Official trailer
Get primed for Saturday with the Friday Husker Tailgate podcast.
Jim Delany opens the door to November night games.*
Ron Brown tells a Big Red Breakfast crowd he's optimistic about the Huskers' ability to rebound from adversity.
If the Huskers decide to lean on the ground game,* junior guard Jake Cotton won't mind it a bit. | Notes: 1,* 2*
Bo Pelini enters November fighting for belief,* Dirk Chatelain writes. | Sipple on Perlman's role
Injuries among the receiving corps are forcing backups into action.

 
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