Sept. 30, 2006 — 6:10 p.m. CDT, FSN
Memorial Stadium, Lincoln
Kansas City Star
University Daily Kansan
Stories leading up to the game are listed here in reverse chronological order.
The Huskers seem to have found their stride since they and the Jayhawks last met. More on today's conference opener from the papers in Lincoln (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), Grand Island,* Omaha (1, 2),* Kansas City, Lawrence (1, 2, 3, 4) and Wichita.
Zac Taylor's sister is a guiding force in the quarterback's family.
The comfort level is high between Kevin Cosgrove and his players.
KETV and the K.C. Star preview the game. With more money pouring in, KU shows signs of a turnaround.
Will the Huskers try to exploit Kansas' freshman cornerback?*
The O-line's determination is helping NU achieve first-down success.
NU's quartet* of young DBs learn on the fly. KU gets early production from a true-freshman cornerback.
Two Nebraska Jayhawks, including the son of former Husker receiver Todd Brown, get a chance to play in front of their home-state fans.
Butler Community College's coach has six former players in this weekend's game.
The Lincoln paper offers a breakdown of the Jayhawks.
This weekend could prove to be pivotal for linebacker recruit Blake Lawrence.*
The Jayhawks' starter at quarterback is still up in the air.
KU's longime troubles in Lincoln are mostly psychological, Mark Mangino says.
The Huskers are intent on avoiding a letdown.* See what else was said at Tuesday's press conference: 1, 2, 3,* 4, 5,* 6.* Video: Players | Callahan | More
Last year's loss to KU is fresh in the Huskers' minds, but both* head coaches treat it as ancient history.*
The offense heads into Big 12 play with some gaudy statistical rankings,* and the defense is starting to make big plays.*
The Jayhawks' Charles Gordon decides to skip his senior season and turn pro.