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Practice reports: M T W T
OWH notes: M T W T
Stories are listed roughly in reverse chronological order.
It's a new season, and the long wait is finally over. It's game day, and NU takes its first shot at disproving the skeptics.
More game-day stories: OWH (1, 2, 3), Ariz. Republic (1, 2, 3), East Valley Trib. (1, 2), Ariz. Daily Star.
The rush ends seek to break through.
Jammal Lord stays calm as his big moment draws near.
Mr. Incognito has Mr. Suggs' attention.
Meet the other Tom Osborne.
Highlights, from a Southwestern perspective, of the NU-ASU series.
There's good chemistry between ASU's coach and QB.
Can ASU's team of the future get the job done now?
Dahrran Diedrick deserves a little love, columnist says.
Player features: Kyle Larson, Pat Ricketts, Richie Incognito, Paul Kastl, Will Dabbert.
It's nothing new for the O-line to have big shoes to fill.
Dirk Koetter recalls his encounters with NU at Mizzou.
ASU appears unsettled at right offensive tackle.
Predictions: Harmon says NU 38, ASU 13. AP says NU 34, ASU 17.
An ASU win could rekindle fans' passion.
Scrappy Richie Incognito doesn't forget ASU's snub.
The Grand Island paper previews the season with a big package of articles.
ASU's fullback has something to prove.
Another telling of the Chad Christensen story.
News from a busy Tuesday: Mike Stuntz rises to No. 2 (1, 2, 3), Blackshirts are issued (1, 2, 3) and Frank Solich talks up the foe at his weekly news conference (1, 2), Also, miscellaneous notes (1, 2).
From Phoenix, a look at the chip on NU's shoulder, plus some notes from Tuesday.
Profiles of rush ends Justin Smith and Demoine Adams.
Chris Kelsay takes questions in an online chat.
CollegeFootballNews.com says it'll be NU 48, ASU 27.
ASU coach Dirk Koetter discusses the upcoming game and the humidity factor.
ASU cornerback Emmanuel Franklin vows to play again after brain surgery.
ASU loses a linebacker to injury.
Lannie Hopkins works his way back.
Notes from Monday's coaches' teleconference.
Jammal Lord steps reluctantly into the limelight.
ASU coach Dirk Koetter hopes his team finds the right mindset for Nebraska week.
Koetter will have a slew of relatives in the crowd -- wearing red.
The NU game isn't mission impossible, ASU fans are told.
ASU breaks camp and gets ready to intensify its focus on Nebraska.
Arizona State's quarterback is no stranger to Lincoln.
ASU's coach calls the NU game a "great opportunity."
An Arizona State defensive tackle is suspended.
The addition of Arizona State gives the Huskers the sort of "name" opponent that they wanted -- and a marathon season.