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Practice reports: M T W T F
OWH notes: M T W T F
Stories are listed roughly in reverse chronological order.
Thunder Collins' status for the game appears in doubt. Also, DeAntae Grixby is out because of injury.
Game-day material from the Lincoln Journal-Star (1, 2, 3, 4), Omaha W-H (1, 2, 3), Grand Island Indep., Nebraska StatePaper, Montgomery Advertiser (1, 2) and AP.
The Trojans say NU looks beatable.
Frank Solich is questioned about Thunder Collins' status.
Friday's player features: Demorrio Williams, Trevor Johnson (1, 2), Josh Brown.
The Trojans land their own TV contract.
Scroll down this page for a pregame column from the TSU student paper.
Fox and HuskersNside will have a video webcast of Saturday's game.
Sports Illustrated makes note of Jammal Lord's elusiveness.
This may not be TSU's final visit.
Harmon says NU 47, TSU 9, while CBS Sportsline says 48-7.
Player features: Aaron Terpening, Kyle Ringenberg, Richie Incognito.
Notes from Wednesday's practices: NU (1, 2, 3), TSU (1, 2)
From the Montgomery paper, a five part season preview of the Trojans: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
The depth chart (html | pdf) undergoes revisions, including an ascent by Cory Ross.
The O-line aims for better pass blocking, and John Garrison describes the first-game performance.
Notes from Tuesday's practice.
Troy State won't sneak up on the Huskers, Frank Solich says at his Tuesday press conference.
The Trojans turn up the noise at practice Tuesday.
The Lincoln visits help bankroll Troy's stadium upgrade.
Player features: Jon Clanton, Josh Brown (1, 2), Pat Ricketts (1, 2).
Tickets are available for Saturday's game.
Milt Tenopir defends the O-line's performance.
DeAntae Grixby adjusts to his new role. Benard Thomas, meanwhile, is likely to redshirt.
The Trojans begin preparations for the NU game.
Josh Brown and picked-on Pat Ricketts are named Big 12 players of the week.
Troy State conducts its final scrimmage.
TSU heads into its second season against Division 1-A competition.
The Trojans begin preparations for Nebraska.
Peruse the Troy State 2002 media guide.