Oct. 14, 2006 — 6:10 p.m. CDT, FSN pay-per-view
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Stories leading up to the game are listed here in reverse chronological order.
Here's your game day fare from Huskers.com, K-StateSports, the OWH,* LJS, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, flashbacks to 1925 and 1973, MWCB, GI 1,* 2,* 3,* Wichita 1, 2, 3, 4, RealFB365 1, 2,
Jon Schuetz has his list for the Kansas State game.
Blackshirts look for a four quarter* effort.
KSU freshman Leon Patton used to comparisions to Darren Sproles.
Coach And QB on the same page at K-State.
Nebraska game is special for former Millard North player McCardle.
Ron Prince admits that starting Josh Freeman is ahead of his timeline.*
Huskers continue preparing*for KSU with indoor practice* and look to join Michigan, Notre Dame and Texas in the 800 win club.*
A closer look at KSU's new freshman sensation at running back.
On or off the playing field, Andre Jones doesn't give up.
The players and Bill Callahan* steer clear* of inflammatory remarks about Josh Freeman at Tuesday's press conference. Instead there's talk of trying to end the losing streak in Manhattan.* More: Mann (1, 2, 3*), Shanle,* Suh (1,* 2), Notes (1,* 2, 3).
From the Manhattan paper, a midseason assessment of the Wildcats.
The Huskers' fast starts* and versatility on offense give opposing coaches* much to think about. More quotes* and notes* from Monday.*
NU vs. KSU will be an FSN pay-per-view offering with a 6 p.m. start. Texas vs. NU gets an ABC telecast and an 11 a.m. start.
The preliminary word on Greg Austin's injury is encouraging.
NU vs. KSU is passed over by the networks but could end up on pay-per-view.
Next week's* foe, Kansas State, rallies past Oklahoma State, 31-27. See how NU and KSU match up statistically.
The TV networks place the KSU game on the six-day watch list.
RealFootball365 evaluates the Kansas State game in Manahttan.
Scott Frost joins the Kansas State staff as a graduate assistant.
Nebraska's top high school placekicker commits to Kansas State.*