Nov. 4, 2006 — ABC TV, 11:10 a.m. CST
Memorial Stadium, Lincoln
Official football site
SportsLine UM page
Kansas City Star
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Stories leading up to the game are listed here in reverse chronological order.
The season is on the line* today as the Huskers and Tigers square off in Lincoln. Game-day coverage comes from the papers in Lincoln (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8), Omaha,* Grand Island (1, 2),* St. Louis (1, 2), Kansas City and Columbia (1, 2, 3, 4). Game predictions here.
A look way back at Nebraska's 1944 upset of Mizzou in Lincoln.
Seven things to know about Saturday's matchup.
QB Chase Daniel is happy to be a Tiger as Missouri tries to end its futility in Lincoln. More from Mizzou: 1, 2
Backup defensive ends Zach Potter and Barry Turner try to exercise patience.*
Early-graduating QB recruit Patrick Witt looks forward to spring drills in Lincoln.
The Huskers aim to fix their special-teams "meltdown."*
Mizzou nose tackle Lorenzo Williams steps up in DE Brian Smith's absence.
The Lincoln paper breaks down the Tigers.
Here is ABC's coverage map for the game.
Saturday's early kickoff could put a crimp in recruiting.
The game predictions are starting to come in.
The Blackshirts are banged up and know they must stick to assignments,* while the offense looks to get back on track. More from Tuesday's press conference: Maurice Purify,* Corey McKeon, Lance Brandenburgh,* Matt Herian (1,* 2), Notes (1, 2, 3, 4*), Video (1, 2, 3)
The St. Louis paper assesses NU's program in Year 3 of the Callahan era.
Gary Pinkel says Mizzou's offense mustn't be a one-man show, and he names a new starter at tailback. The Tigers say motivation for this game is high.
Tight end Justin Tomerlin is dismissed from the team.
Up next at 11 a.m. Saturday is Missouri, losers to Oklahoma* in Columbia. See how the Huskers and Tigers match up statistically.
ABC selects the NU-Missouri game for telecast. Time TBA.
The deadline for the CFN ticket drawing is Oct. 20th.
RealFootball365 previews the Missouri game.
Missour's come-from-behind bowl victory generates optimism for the 2006 season.