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Series history

Stories are listed roughly in reverse chronological order.
 

Here are your game-day reports from Nebraska: Huskers.com, OWH (1, 2, 3), LJS (1, 2, 3, 4), GI, and from Pittsburgh: Post-Gazette, Tribune-Review (1, 2), Daily News.
The Nebraska StatePaper makes it's first ever game-day prediction.
The Panthers look to pressure Joe Dailey, and the Huskers focus on turnovers.
Bill Callahan isn't hesistant to send freshmen into the fray.
Pitt's offensive line knows it's in for a test, as NU's blitzes are a worry.
Two injured Blackshirts won't go to Pitt, and Cortney Grixby gets his first start. He is one of seven true freshmen to get playing time.
The Huskers have a good workout Thursday and will have a light one today in Lincoln before heading east.
Pitt backs out on the winning bid to participate in the coin toss because it was made by a Nebraska fan. They should have taken the money as only 7,000 NU fans are expected to show up.
Pitt hopes last year's defensive lapses are history.
The injury bug continues to bite Pittsburgh's receivers.
The Huskers prepare for the likelihood of wet weather in the Keystone State.
Coach Wagner is pleased with the offensive line performance.
Don't expect Jordan Adams to contend for the starting QB job just yet.
Cory Ross reaches new heights in the new offense.
The Blackshirts intend to pressure Pitt's QB, who struggled in the opener.
Two true freshmen are glad to get on the field on special teams
It's been baptism by fire for Cortney Grixby, who will be up against a struggling Pitt receiving corps.
It's hard to tell how much red will be in the Heinz Field seats on Saturday.
Willie Amos will return to practice, and so might QB Jordan Adams. For Pitt, a freshman running back returns.
Miscellany: Checking in on Barrett Ruud, Mike Stuntz and Cory Ross.
The Pitt-Nebraska matchup was hatched by Steve Pederson as a measuring stick for the Panthers. More on the Pederson-Pitt connection: 1, 2, 3, 4
From the Pittsburgh papers: How a win over NU would help Walt Harris; a look at the Harris-Callahan connection; and a not-so-kind assessment of Steve Pederson.
Walk-on Brandon Rigoni's fearlessness on kick coverage wins admiration.
Bill Callahan says it's been a smooth transition on offense and describes Steve Pederson as a boss who "lets you do your job."
Jay Norvell says there is no need to simplify the offense.
The O-lineman press ahead without Richie Incognito.
The Pitt wallpaper is up.
Pittsburgh tunes up for NU with a 24-3 win over Ohio.
Pitt single-game tickets are available.
The heat's on Pittsburgh coach Walt Harris.
There are five keys to Pitt's season.
Matt Maiers is the key to Pitt's rebuilt offensive line.
Pitt is having some injury problems.