vs. Okla. State
Oct. 28, 2006 — 2:36 p.m. CDT, ABC-TV
Stillwater News Press
Dallas Morning News
Ft. Worth Star-Telegram
Stories leading up to the game are listed here in reverse chronological order.
Can the Huskers put last week's tough loss* behind them today in Stillwater? Read up on the NU-OSU matchup courtesy of the papers in Omaha* (1, 2, 3), Lincoln (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), Grand Island* (1, 2), Oklahoma City* (1, 2, 3), Tulsa (1, 2, 3) and Dallas. Game predictions here.
TV watching enabled Bo Ruud to sniff out Texas' goal-line gadget play.
Seven things to watch in Saturday's game.
The lopsided series between NU and OSU has had plenty of close calls.
Special-teams blunders keep haunting the Pokes.
Brandon Jackson indends to hang onto his prime role in the backfield.
Pricier tickets mean empty seats in the small stadium at Stillwater.
OSU defensive back Clint Coe is undeterred by his latest bad break.
The traveling Taylors of Norman savor son Zac's senior season, while the coaches appreciate the quarterback's leadership.
OSU receiver Adarius Bowman makes the most of a second chance.* Victor DeGrate is a bright spot on the Cowboys' defense. OSU notes: 1, 2, 3
Andre Jones will play with a broken knuckle.*
Progress isn't always a steady thing for Nebraska's safeties.*
The Pokes' high-octane offense gives them a chance to win in any game.
Brandon Jackson gains some separation in the competition at I-back.
Oklahoma State is among the league leaders* in heartbreak and fantastic finishes. OSU notes from Monday.
Bill Callahan says the team must redouble its focus for the season's stretch run.
OSU's Bobby Reid, injured against A&M, will start Saturday, Mike Gundy says.
Up next is Oklahoma State, losers in overtime to Texas A&M on a blocked PAT. See how the Huskers and Cowboys match up statistically.
The Oklahoma State game will have a 2:30 p.m. start and an ABC telecast.
RealFootball365 previews the Oklahoma State game.