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vs. Colorado
Nov. 23, 2007 — 11:09 a.m. CST, ABC-TV
Boulder, Colo.

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Pregame press
Stories leading up to the game are listed here in reverse chronological order.
Today brings another in a series of Nebraska-Colorado games built on disorder. Get your pregame perspectives from the papers in Lincoln (1, 2), Omaha, Grand Island (1, 2), Boulder,* Denver (1, 2) and Longmont. | Commentary: Sipple, McKeever, McKewon, Woelk,* Paige | Predictions
Colorado's athletic director urges CU fans to be classy.*
Johnny Rodgers' new restaurant and sports bar will be open for the CU game.
There's no more holding back for Marlon Lucky. Wednesday notes: 1, 2, 3
Bill Callahan has guarded his privacy during his four years in Lincoln. What happens come Saturday is anyone's guess.
A Denver columnist yearns for the days when the NU-CU stakes were much higher. But the players are still primed* for the game.
Nebraska's prowess on offense has the Buffs' attention.
Nebraska kids will always be the program's heart and soul, Tim Cassidy says at Wednesday's Big Red Breakfast.
See game previews from Jim Dolezal and others on the prediction page.
Officials in Boulder don't expect a repeat* of 2005's crowd problems. CU notes.
Joe Ganz traveled a frustrating road before finally being considered good enough.
Cornerback Anthony Blue comes on strong for the defense. Tuesday notes: 1, 2
Husker Dan and Jeff check in with their latest assessments.
CU cornerback Terrence Wheatley is slow to recover from a foot injury.
Colorado seniors try to get the team pumped up about the Nebraska game.
Bill Callahan says his only concern this week is beating CU. Monday notes. aud (1K)
Going to the game in Boulder? Visit Big Red of the Rockies in Estes Park.
The Buffs are focused on making things difficult for Joe Ganz. Jordan Dizon's toughness is a plus for the CU defense.
It's been a season of peaks and valleys for the Buffs.
Jake Behrens from Millard North toils at fullback for the Buffaloes.
Marlon Lucky quietly closes in on a milestone as a dual-threat back.
The LJS sorts out the not-so-simple Big 12 bowl situation.
University police investigate a death threat against Kevin Cosgrove. KETV
CO4NE will have pre/post CU game events. Get your NUOWNSCU shirt.
The Athletic Dept.'s Randy York says the Huskers will go to a bowl if invited.
Bill Callahan says of NU's successes at quarterback: "that’s development, that’s coaching, that’s system." vid (1K) | Monday notes: 1, 2 | Commentary
Patience and persistence pay off for Joe Ganz, who is named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week.
The NU-CU game has become a playoff for bowl eligibility. See how the teams' stats match up.
The next opponent, Colorado, falls to Iowa State in Ames, 31-28.
CU spring scrimmage coverage: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7