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Okla. State
vs. Nebraska
Oct. 13, 2007 — 11:37 a.m., FSN pay-per-view
Memorial Stadium, Lincoln

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Pregame press
Stories leading up to the game will be listed here in reverse chronological order.
The Huskers take on Oklahoma State today as Nebraskans' fan loyalty is being put to the test. Game-day coverage from Grand Island (1, 2, 3), Lincoln, Omaha, Tulsa (1, 2, 3, 4) and OKC (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)*. | Commentary: Sipple, McKeever, Sittler | Game predictions
Ndamukong Suh may be sidelined for today's game.
Ted Gilmore at the Big Red Breakfast: Simplify things and let guys play. OWH video OWH audio
Jeff has his latest Scarlet Commentary.
Alumni and Booster chapter leaders send a letter of support to the team.
The next two games are as crucial as any in the Callahan era, Blair Kerkhoff writes. Sam McKewon offers his five keys, and Jon Schuetz has The List.
The Cowboys bring a strong running game to Lincoln. On defense, two tackles have been working overtime. OSU notes.
Linebackers Phillip Dillard and Lance Brandenburgh move up.
The Pokes avoid being distracted by Mike Gundy's YouTube moment.
Zach Potter draws praise for his improved play on a D-line that's short on depth.
"This isn't where we hoped we'd be at this point," Steve Pederson says. But the A.D. won't make any decisions on the basis of a "snapshot in time."
Blunt-talking Jason Peter says his loyalty is to the program. KETV
Jim Dolezal, the LJS and John Bishop break down the OSU game. More predictions here.
Opponents' offenses keep racking up season bests against NU, and third down is a glaring trouble spot. Wednesday notes: 1, 2, 3
Marlon Lucky and others discuss what has happened to the running game.
OSU linebacker Patrick Lavine has learned his position on the fly. OSU notes: 1, 2
Kyle Vanden Bosch is a nominee for NFL defensive player of the week.
Husker Dan checks in with his Missouri report and more Army news.
Success comes quickly to OSU freshman running back Kendall Hunter.
Will Sunday's team meeting help turn things around?
Here are some OSU notes from Tuesday.
Chase Daniel says NU's defensive scheme Saturday was "high school stuff."
The Athletic Dept. has updated info on Saturday's PPV telecast.
The OWH's Mitch Sherman says recruiting hype isn't matched by performance.
The team is determined to right the ship, says Bill Callahan. More from Tuesday's press conference: Keller, Depth chart (1, 2), Coaching staff audio KETV
OSU quarterback Zac Robinson suffered a concussion Saturday but is expected to start* as the Cowboys look for a defining road victory under Mike Gundy.
Steve Pederson says the coaching staff has his support. KETV
The Colonel, David Max, Wall Street Husker and John Bishop have their assessments of the Missouri game and where we go from here.
Bill Callahan rejects the notion that the players lack intensity.
NU's defense is on pace to set a number of records it would rather avoid.
The Blackshirts try to come up with a scheme to slow down spread offenses.
Bill Callahan's passion for the game isn't rubbing off on his players, Steve Sipple writes. Sam McKewon has advice for the disgruntled fan.
In a battle of the Huskers' next two foes, Texas A&M rallies to nip Oklahoma State, 24-23. See how the Huskers and Cowboys match up statistically.
A 10-year championship-team anniversary reunion will take place next weekend.
The Oklahoma State game will be on pay per view with an 11:30 a.m. kickoff.
COL4NE has three OSU ticket/lodging packages for auction.
See how things went in the Cowboys' spring game.