Oct. 6, 2007 — 8:15 p.m. CDT, ESPN
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Stadium diagram & parking
Stories leading up to the game are listed here in reverse chronological order.
Today's Big 12 matchups on TV are a couch potato's dream, Tim Griffin writes.
Possession of a little-known bell is at stake Saturday night.
This week in Husker history: Bob Devaney's first conference win at NU.
Mizzou's offensive line quietly helps the offense click.
Sam McKewon's five keys to Saturday night's game.
The St. Louis paper sees a Nebraska program groping for an identity.
The KC paper notes the toughness and big-game play of Lance Brandenburgh.
Husker Dan gives an update on his Army, Iowa State and Missouri.
Will NU's sputtering rushing game find its groove against Mizzou's leaky run defense? Wednesday notes: 1, 2, 3, 4
A look at Sam Keller through the eyes of the St. Louis paper. Also from the Missouri press: Tony Temple and the Mizzou linebackers.
The Colonel looks at the critical stretch ahead.
What will Major Culbert's role be on Saturday? The Tigers' offense brings out the exotic in opposing defensive coordinators.
The early returns from the pronosticators favor the Tigers.
Ball control by the NU offense might be key to a good defensive performance.
Big Red Diary: Niles Paul. From the other side: Martin Rucker (1, 2), Darnario Alexander, Jeff Wolfert
It might not bode well for either Missouri or Nebraska that defense tends to win Big 12 championships.
The Huskers have failed tests of composure lately at Farout Field. And second-quarter deficits are a 2007 trend NU wants to halt. Tuesday notes: 1, 2, 3*, 4
Listen to audio clips from Tuesday's team press conference.
No player is more essential to Mizzou than Chase Daniel, but the QB isn't Superman. Tiger notes: 1, 2
The two-minute drill seems to suit this Husker offense.
Saturday's upsets give the Nebraska-Missouri game a higher profile.*
Gary Pinkel is a changed man since the death of player Aaron ONeal.
This is one big game that seems to be shaping up as a shootout.
Steve Sipple says it's time believe all the talk about parity.
There's pressure on Missouri to show that it belongs among the league's elite.
See how Nebraska and Mizzou compare in key statistical categories.
The Missouri game will have an 8:15 p.m. kickoff and an ESPN telecast. The Tigers have two weeks to focus on the Huskers.
Missouri enters its pre-Nebraska bye week with a 38-17 win over Illinois State.
See how things went in Missouri's spring game.