Sept. 1, 2007 — 2:36 p.m. CDT, ABC regional
Memorial Stadium, Lincoln
Lahontan Valley News
Tahoe Daily Tribune
Stories leading up to the game are listed here in reverse chronological order.
A season of optimism kicks off today with the Huskers relying on new starters in several key roles. Read about today's story lines in the Nebraska-Nevada game, and get the columnists' takes: Sipple, McKeever, Colonel. Also, the perspective from the Silver State: 1, 2, 3.
Zack Bowman, Sam Keller and Bill Callahan show up in the latest Big 12 Insider from Tim Griffin. And from Terry Douglass, a collection of Big 12 quotes.
There's been a last-minute location change for the HuskerPedia/Husker Nation tailgate.
See what the coaches had to say at Friday's breakfast gatherings. The OWH has audio and video from the Omaha event.
From KETV, seven things the Huskers must do to win.
There are new rules but the same goals for the kickoff coverage team.
Marlon Lucky hopes improved leg action will make him harder to bring down.
Brett Byford reflects on his rapid emergence from obscurity to team leader. Larry Asante treasures his Blackshirt.
Nevada's coach aims to keep his players focused in intimidating surroundings. And he says there'll be no downsizing of the offense due to inexperience at quarterback.
Glenn & Slauson will play Saturday, Bill Callahan says.
Nevada's Jonathon Amaya is forced to quickly learn the ropes at cornerback.
Will Shields' visit highlights Thursday's practice.
How will the I-back position pan out after several tumultuous months?
Nevada will come to Lincoln missing some key components. More on the Wolf Pack: Pistol offense, Players to watch
The Reno paper gives Nevada fans a Lincoln primer.
Husker Dan goes to a couple of picnics and previews Nevada.
Hunter Teafatiller is suspended for the Nevada game.
JUCO players are having a greater impact at NU these days.
"This offense has forced me to mature," Sam Keller tells his hometown paper.
A former Husker strength coach now with Nevada says the gap between the two schools has narrowed.
Alex Henery talks about the kickers' competition. Sam Keller discusses his unorthodox throwing motion.
Speedy Nevada receiver Brian Fludd hopes to stretch the field.
Sam Keller is eager to be put to the test. More from Tuesday's press conference: Video (Highlights, Callahan, Keller), Audio
The first depth chart of the season is out and includes seven true freshmen. Not on the chart is the hobbled Cody Glenn.
Andy Sand and Thomas Lawson find a home at fullback.
NU's biggest opponent Saturday is its own expectations, Sam McKewon writes.
Nevada's coach says his team has "a ways to go" in preparing for the most storied program the Wolf Pack has ever faced.
Nevada suspends star linebacker Ezra Butler for the opener.
Nevada finds itself thin at center as it prepares to face the Huskers.
See how things went in Nevada's spring game.