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Louisiana Tech vs. Nebraska

Sept. 2, 2006 — 2:40 p.m. CDT, Fox Sports Net
Memorial Stadium, Lincoln

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Pregame press

Stories leading up to the game are listed here in reverse chronological order.
Today will mark the start of a 2006 sack attack if the Blackshirts have their way. More on the 2006 season opener from the papers in Lincoln (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), Grand Island (1, 2, 3),* Shreveport and Omaha (1, 2).*
Stop by the HuskerPedia™ tailgate before today's game.
Bill Callahan likens LA Tech to Rocky Balboa. More Friday-morning talk: 1, 2 tv link
Seven things to look for in Saturday's game. tv link
The HuskerVision crew makes sure the new video board is ready for game day.
Tech turns to new starter Patrick Jackson to pick up its running game.
Notes from Thursday's practice: 1, 2, 3, 4,* 5
The secondary expects to be picked on this fall.
LA Tech will receive a record payout for Saturday's game.
The other Zac at QB is "pumped and excited" for Saturday. Zac Taylor wants to make the most of the next four months.
Newcomer Jones edgy about first start.* Taylor aims to make* fast start.*
Notes from Wednesday's full-pads practice: 1,* 2
Breaking down the Bulldogs' offense.
There are co-No. 1's at I-back* on the first depth chart, and Bo Ruud* is the starter at weakside linebacker. More from Tuesday's news conference: 1,* 2, 3
Big inside linebacker Brannon Jackson is a force for the Bulldogs.
Check out Tech's depth chart and the game notes from both sides: LT | NU
Former junior college players are fitting the system* in Lincoln.
LA Tech's QB* will be hard pressed to match Tim Rattay's numbers against NU.
Saturday is the start of a brutal five-game stretch for LA Tech.*
Zac Taylor's passing efficiency in practice is "way up," Bill Callahan says.
LA Tech wide receiver Josh Wheeler looks for big things.
George Darlington* gets ready for his return to Lincoln.
LA Tech tags Zac Champion as quarterback starter.
Jack Bicknell welcomes 98 players to the start of La. Tech's fall practice.
RealFootball365.com previews Louisiana Tech.
George Darlington is promoted to defensive coordinator at LaTech.
George Darlington will return to Lincoln in September — as a Louisiana Tech assistant.
The Athletic Department fills in the blanks* in the schedules for 2006 and 2007.