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Stories are listed roughly in reverse chronological order.

As NU and KU wait to tee it up for the 99th consecutive year, here are your game-day table setters from the papers in Lincoln (1, 2, 3, 4), Grand Island (1, 2, 3, 4), Omaha (1, 2, 3, 4), Lawrence (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), Topeka (1, 2, 3, 4),* Wichita (1, 2) and Kansas City. Also, some game-day info from the Athletic Dept.
Scott Downing sees a bright future for Matt Herian.
Isaiah Fluellen and Mark LeFlore are supporting each other while injured.
Husker Freak has his Big Red Breakfast report from Friday morning.
KUSports.com gives KU a "virtual victory" of 41-15 over the Huskers.
Trev Alberts offers his take on the Kansas game.
Cortney Grixby will start at cornerback as Lornell McPherson still isn't 100%.
A two-sport prospect and a top placekicker be among this weekend's visitors.
The switch to offense has been like a rebirth for Seppo Evwaraye.
Brandon Jackson expects to get more carries on Saturday.
Thursday's practice focuses on execution in the red zone and special teams.
Welcome to Sandro DeAngelis' island.
The Huskers are looking to improve second-half performance: 1, 2, 3
Recruits will be treated to the game-day atmosphere.
Deep routes* and patience in the pocket* have been challenges for Kansas' QB.
The Huskers' 35-game win streak over Kansas seems to defy all odds.
There will be personnel changes in kickoff coverage on Saturday.
Patience is a Mark Mangino hallmark, but he isn't happy* with KU's O-line play.
Governor Johanns is hosting a tailgate party for Teammates this Saturday.
Notes from Wednesday's practices: NU | KU
A Kansas writer gives his view of Nebraska's new offense.
The Jayhawks' versatile John Randle works overtime on game days.
The Jayhawks try to reflect back on 1968 (1*, 2*, 3), when KU last beat NU.
The Huskers aim to maintain their lofty defensive ratings, and the return of Fabian Washington should help.
Husker Dan gives his take on the Jayhawks.
Sam Koch will handle kickoffs against Kansas as NU strives for better coverage.
Seven recruits will be visiting this weekend.
The Huskers and Jayhawks are both looking for a complete game.
The Kansas wallpaper is ready along with eight others.
The Huskers return to practice on Sunday.
Second half offensive productivity is being emphasized.
See how the Huskers and Jayhawks stack up in key statistical categories.
Wali Muhammed is exuding confidence.
The Kansas wallpaper is ready along with eight others.
The Huskers have Friday and Saturday off from practice.
The off week gives time for the injuries to heal and the receivers are mending.
Huskers.com has its Kansas game press release and a construction update.
The offense is working on all aspects of the game, and David Horne is looking for smooth sailing.
The Kansas game gets a 6:10 p.m. kickoff for pay-per-view.