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Stories listed reverse chronologicallly.
Here are some game-day scene-setters from the Omaha World-Herald (1, 2, 3, 4), Lincoln Journal-Star (1, 2, 3), Grand Island Independent (1, 2, 3, 4), Lubbock Avalanche-Journal (1, 2, 3, 4), Dallas Morning News, Daily Nebraskan and University Daily (1, 2).
What can Tech do to slow the Husker rushing attack?
NU hopes to rattle Kingsbury.
Little man Wes Welker makes big plays for Tech.
Judd Davies gives the offense another weapon.
The Huskers' pass rush shows improvement over last year.
A balanced offense doesn't interest Mike Leach.
Last year's score still stings for the TTU defense.
A fifteen-yard penalty on the LJS for looking ahead.
A TTU columnist salutes Nebraskans' sportsmanship.
Tech appears to have NU's full attention.
Perseverence pays off for Ben Cornelson.
Craig Bohl likes his defense's team chemistry.
Fumble reduction gets increased attention.
The Huskers are wary of Tech despite last year's rout and the Red Raiders' inconsistency in 2001. The TTU offense is potent, and three new starters have helped shore up the defense.
A look at the thankless task of the long snapper.
NU tries not to think about the national rankings.
Defenses need to account for Tech TE Cole Roberts.
Tech suspends receiver Darrell Jones.
Thunder Collins adds some spark to NU's backfield.
NU's kickoff-return game rises from last year's depths.
See how the key stats stack up for NU & Texas Tech.
The fumbling problem irks Frank Solich, but the confident play of the offensive line is a bright spot.
Tech coach Mike Leach always figured he'd be a lawyer, not a coach.
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