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Stories are listed roughly in reverse chronological order.

The Huskers tonight will try to avoid the sort of road trouble that struck after last year's 3-0 start. More game-day material from the papers in Omaha (1, 2, 3), Lincoln (1, 2, 3, 4) Grand Island (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), Hattiesburg (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8), Jackson (1, 2), Biloxi (1, 2, 3), New Orleans and Mobile, as well as AP, USA Today and Nebraska StatePaper.
Troops in Kuwait get their Husker fix.
Jason Lohr perseveres for the love of the game.
USM's former mascot recalls going a bit too far with his antics in Lincoln in '99.
See how Barney Cotton calls the plays.
Are the Huskers back? Not exactly, says Sporting News's Matt Hayes.
Meet Rod Davis, the self-described heart and soul of USM's defense.
Still learning as he goes, Brandon Teamer prepares to shoulder a heavier load Thursday.
Dan Vili Waldrop is a gamer: 1, 2 Notes from Tuesday's practice: 1, 2, 3
The game is a boon to Hattiesburg and a treat for the Southern Miss faithful.
Bo Pelini says his top-ranked defense is far from being a finished product.
Will this be the week that the Husker offense finally must air it out?
Beware of counterfeit tickets in Hattiesburg. Husker Dan gets warmed up for the game.
Frank Solich says better team leadership should help reverse the road woes of 2002.
NU hopes it has a deep threat in Isaiah Fluellen. More from Monday's press conference: 1, 2, 3, 4
Southern Miss is wary of NU's ability to grind it out, but USM also expects more passing inside the 20.
Notes from Monday's practice, plus some USM notes. It's a small venue, but The Rock can really roar.
Southern Miss confronts the Nebraska mystique. Harmon Forecast says NU 30, Southern Miss 13.
The Thursday night game is well worth the trouble, Steve Pederson says.
USM receiver Marvin Young comes up with big plays. Mark LeFlore strives to be a more complete player.
Steve Taylor and Tommie Frazier weigh in on how much Joe Dailey should play.
Notes from Sunday's practice. The Southern Miss defense works on eliminating missed tackles.
Inspiration helps Jake Andersen make up for a lack of height.
David Dyches stays focused even while injured. Notes from Friday's practice: 1, 2, 3
Tommie Frazier speaks out against the booing of Jammal Lord. Game tickets are available.
Dustin Almond takes over at quarterback for Southern Miss: 1, 2, 3, 4 NU's quarterback debate rages on.
Jemayel Phillips leaves the team: 1, 2, 3 Notes from Thursday's practice.
Competition forges a bond between I-backs Josh Davis and David Horne.
Bo Pelini says he's focused "on the task at hand," not on his next career move.
Notes from Wednesday's practice. A USM wide receiver calls it quits.
The status of Southern Miss QB Micky D'Angelo is likely to be decided Friday.
USA Today makes note of NU's defensive improvement. Barney Cotton keeps the O-line pressing forward.
David Dyches talks about his journey to Lincoln and his early impact.
QB Micky D'Angelo' status remains uncertain after an MRI on Tuesday: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Notes from Tuesday's practice: 1, 2, 3. NU's defense shines without superstars.
Mike Stuntz will redshirt, but otherwise the QB situation remains unchanged.
Marvin Sanders says Fabian Washington is playing at an All-Big 12 level.
A concussion clouds the future of Southern Miss' quarterback: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
NU tries to solve its red-zone troubles. Jammal Lord tries to ignore the boos.
Success for the defense starts with stopping the run. NU takes the national lead in total defense.
Next up is Southern Miss, a 23-6 winner over Memphis. USM pulls out a Thursday night win: 1, 2, 3
Southern Miss is trounced by Cal in its season opener. Fall camp opens in Hattiesburg.
The Nebraska game drives up ticket sales at USM. Southern Miss loses a top receiver.
After a kidney transplant, Southern Miss star Derrick Nix returns to campus as a grad assistant.
Southern Miss isn't downplaying the magnitude of its home game against NU.
See what to expect from the Golden Eagles in ’03. Southern Miss tries revamping its offense.