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Roster | Depth
Stats | Results
 Game notes:
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Stats comparison
Series history & ISU links

Stories are listed roughly in reverse chronological order.

Can the Huskers hold onto their division on the road? Here's your game-day press from Grand Island, Lincoln (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7), Omaha (1, 2, 3), Des Moines and Ames (1, 2), plus info from Huskers.com.
Bill Busch was the guest on Friday at the Big Red Breakfast.
Iowa native Kellen Huston was never a Cyclone fan.
Trev's take, Thursday's practice report and Friday NU notes.
The Cyclones could represent the Big 12 North in December and six teams are still in the running.
Saturday's game could be a battle of the defenses.
The Huskers are looking to regain some of the swagger and pizzazz.
Cory Ross says his toe injury won't stop him.
Barrett Ruud and Chad Sievers missed Wednesday's practice.
There are several Nebraskans on the Cyclone roster.
Chad Sievers is stepping up into a leadership role.
The Cyclones are stingy against the rush.
Thursday ISU and recruiting notes.
With Matt Herian out for the season, tight ends must step up.
Dan McCarney and Bill Callahan have some history together.
Nebraska is not doing well in third-down conversions.
Coach Callahan has his weekly press conference and admits making a warm-up decision mistake.
Iowa State and Nebraska are focused on the Big 12 North.
Cory Ross is nursing his turf toe.
A walk-on kicker is making a difference at Iowa State.
Coach Callahan is happy being in the driver's seat.
Jay Norvell and Dan McCarney have a lot of history.
The offense is still struggling with the passing game.
ISU and NU are playing for first place in the Big 12 North.
Up next are the Iowa State Cyclones, who defeated Kansas 13-7. See how NU and ISU match up statistically, and get the Iowa State wallpaper.