vs. Texas A&M
Nov. 11, 2006 — 2:30 p.m. CST, ABC-TV
College Station, Texas
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Stories leading up to the game are listed here in reverse chronological order.
Can the Huskers punch their ticket to K.C. with a road win over a nationally ranked opponent? Here are today's scene-setters from the papers in Lincoln (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), Omaha,* Grand Island (1, 2, 3),* Austin, Dallas (1, 2), San Antonio, Fort Worth (1, 2) and College Station (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7).
Bill Byrne* talks about his change of allegiance and other matters.
The Blackshirts prepare for an offense that's 180 degrees different from what they went up against last week.
The game predictions are running 2-1 in favor of A&M.
Michael Goodson's speed has the A&M freshman running back going places.
Seven things to consider about Saturday's game.
Aggie Chris Harrington seeks a place among the top Big 12 defensive ends. Winning out is the goal for his Nebraska counterpart Jay Moore.*
Zac Taylor's passing numbers help alter the public perception of NU's offense.
The Aggies' thunder-and-lightning* running backs present a challenge for the Blackshirts.
Husker Dan checks in with his Missouri assessment/A&M preview.
ABC's coverage map isn't kind to most NU fans outside the Big 12 area.
See who's favored as the first game predictions come in.
A&M's defense has adjusted quickly after its slow starts.
Sipple: Up-and-down Huskers must close deal.
Matt Slauson says it's time for the North to rise, with NU leading the way.
Dave Humm is cheering* for the guy who's about to break his NU record for career passing yards. Notes* from Sunday.
The A&M game will have a 2:30 start and an ABC telecast. The Aggies dropped a 17-16 decision to Oklahoma on Saturday night.
The NU-A&M game will be televised. Time & network TBA.
RealFootball365 offers a preseason preview of the NU-A&M game.
A strong final game against Vince Young and the 'Horns has the youthful Aggies optimistic about 2006.