Oct. 27, 2007 — 2:37 p.m. CDT, ABC regional
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Stories leading up to the game are listed here in reverse chronological order.
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Bill Callahan and players agree that the 2003 Oakland and 2007 Nebraska collapses are two entirely different situations.
Tim Griffin's Big 12 Insider notes how recruiting rankings don't always pan out.
Nebraska fans are feeling like Texas fans felt 10 years ago.
Jacob Hickman has no qualms about pulling duty at center. Quentin Castille quickly becomes a fan favorite. Thursday notes: 1, 2, 3
One kick a year ago in Lincoln changed everything for UT's Ryan Bailey.
The New York Times takes a look at the tumultuous times in Lincoln.
It's time for NU to dial up Bo Pelini, says columnist John Henderson.
Mack Brown is looking for his 100th win as the Longhorns' coach this weekend.
ABC's Terry Bowden says he didn't see the Huskers' collapse coming.
Enjoy the tradition of these two teams, Sam McKewon writes.
Mack Brown gives his second-team offense a chance to shine.
Look at all the red states on the ABC coverage map for NU-Texas.
Texas QB Colt McCoy bulks up and emerges as a running threat.
The Colonel checks in and tries to find a ray of hope.
At Tuesday's press conference, Bill Callahan describes his job performance as "excellent" and bemoans the uncertainty that is hurting recruiting. Lydon Murtha is injured and will miss the next four games.
A top headhunter says NU need not rush a decision on Bill Callahan's future.
Husker Dan has a "Calla-Franchione Bowl" review and another Army update.
Sam Keller tries to find a way to get untracked.
Wall Street Husker still has some optimism about the Texas game.
See the stats comparison for Saturday's NU-Texas game.
Next up is a trip to Texas. The Longhorns get by Baylor 31-10.