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Stories are listed roughly in reverse chronological order.

As the Huskers return to the scene of the 2001 debacle with much at stake, here are game-day stories from the papers in Lincoln (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), Grand Island (1, 2, 3, 4), Omaha, Denver (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7), Boulder (1, 2) and Kansas City, as well as Nebraska StatePaper and AP.
Woody Paige laments the state of the Huskers.
Ex-Husker QB Bob Churchich recalls the 1966 comeback win in Boulder.
Defensive coach Marvin Sanders goes to Georgia after the death of his mother.
Middle linebacker Sean Tufts is central to Colorado's plans to stop the Huskers' running game.
The Huskers focus not on the turmoil but the game. Notes from Wednesday's practice.
Three Loveland grads vie for bragging rights. From Boulder, a scattershot column about Friday's game.
The Colorado papers profile Cory Ross: 1, 2 Brandon Koch works his way into the starting lineup.
Steve Pederson says he never discussed Frank Solich's status with boosters. Solich, meanwhile, says he has no quarrel with how Pederson is handling the situation. More from Tuesday's press conference: 1, 2, 3
The atmosphere of uncertainty has some recruits wavering.
Notes from Tuesday's practice. CU quarterback Joel Klatt is happy with his career change.
The Buffs look for ways to move the ball on the NU defense, and Brian Calhoun hopes for another big game.
Darren DeLone figures prominently in NU's offensive-line changes. Notes from Monday's practice.
A tough schedule helped make this a must-win game for bowl eligibility for CU.
Frank Solich says retirement has never crossed his mind and that he is unaware of any plans by Steve Pederson to force him out. Columnists (1, 2, 3) and Husker players and recruits (1, 2) also react to the Lincoln Journal-Star report.
Three boosters say Steve Pederson has told them that Frank Solich will be asked to retire after the Colorado game, the Lincoln Journal-Star reports.
CU quarterback Joel Klatt tries to say cool as the Nebraska game draws near. The other Buffs also are approaching the game with extra motivation.
The early kickoff could give NU an advantage. CU knows stopping NU's running game is crucial.
A Denver columnist has a visit with Joyce Durand of the Sidetrack Band. Notes from Sunday's practice.
Nov. 23, 2001: The loss to CU may have changed the course of Husker history.
The Huskers search for a more consistent running game. Colorado's defense makes a turnaround.
Former Colorado quarterback John Hessler comes out of his coma.
Barrett Ruud plays through pain and stays on pace to break NU's tackle record.
A win in Boulder could mean a Holiday Bowl berth for NU. Changes appear to be brewing on the O-line.
Ryon Bingham's NFL stock is on the rise. A freshman running back works his way into the mix at CU.
Notes from Wednesday's practice. Bo Pelini doesn't let the detractors faze him.
Just a sophomore, Josh Bullocks closes in on NU's career interception record.
Bo Pelini should have bitten his tongue, a Kansas columnist says. The Buffs gun for the Tangerine Bowl.
Notes from Tuesday's practice. Also, some CU notes. It's a red-letter game for Gary Barnett and the Buffs.
Frank Solich says he plans no changes at quarterback. More from the Big 12 coaches' teleconference: 1, 2
Cory Ross appears to strengthen his grip on the starting I-back spot but says he's taking nothing for granted.
The Buffs try to revive their ground game as they focus on NU, while the Huskers try to bounce back.
Nebraska's young skill players on offense give Barney Cotton hope for next year.
A Denver scribe weighs in on the state of the Husker program.
See how NU stacks up statistically against the Colorado Buffaloes, who were 44-10 winners Saturday over Iowa State in Ames: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.