Nebraska vs Wake ForestSept. 8, 2007 — 11 a.m. CDT, ESPN
Stories leading up to the game are listed here in reverse chronological order.
If you bought Wake Forest season tickets please read this.
The Huskers try not to look ahead as they tend to business against a Wake Forest team that would like to settle an old score. More on today's game from the papers in Lincoln (1, 2, 3, 4), Grand Island (1, 2), Winston-Salem (1, 2) and Greensboro.
Adi Kunalic, Kevin Cosgrove, Bill Callahan and the defensive line turn up in Tim Griffin's Big 12 Insider.
The O-line faces a stiff challenge against Wake Forest, Dennis Wagner says at the Big Red Breakfast.
Sam McKewon of Nebraska StatePaper, Jim Dolezal of the Columbus Telegram and Vince Campisi of Scout.com. And from KETV, seven things to know. Game predictions here.
SI.com is the latest to tell the Sam Keller story.
Strength or finesse? NU's offense keeps the opponent guessing.
The Wake game takes running-backs coach Randy Jordan back to his home state. And a couple of current Carolinians named Rucker and Minter will be pulling for the Huskers.
Carl Nicks is the beast of the O-line, as Steve Octavien has learned first-hand.
Former wide receiver Dreu Young gives the tight-end corps an added dimension.
Husker Dan offers his Nevada assessment and Wake Forest prediction.
The Huskers prepare for Wake's misdirection and penchent for passing.* Notes from Wednesday: 1, 2, 3
From the LJS, a scouting report on the Deacons.
Phillip Dillard gains playing time by filling in in the trenches.
Patience and hard work pay off for fullback Andy Sand.
Adi Kunalic is excited about the kick-start* to his Husker career.
Predictions for Saturday are one-sided so far.
A Winston-Salem writer expects a trickle, not a sea, of red.
Marlon Lucky and the O-line are out to prove NU can run against anybody. More from Tuesday's press conference: Keller, Callahan, Watson, Others, Notes.
Cortney Grixby talks about his height, his brothers and his position coach.
Jeff has his Nevada Scarlet Commentary.
The Colonel assesses the Nevada game and expects a shootout against Wake.
Marlon Lucky got the headlines, but the offensive line gave out the headaches against Nevada.
Wake Forest upgrades the status of its two injured starters.
Ty Steinkuhler's availability will be evaluated day to day, Bill Callahan says.
Newcomer Kevin Dixon wastes no time in making an impact.
Wake Forest aims to get its running game out of the dumps.
Dennis Wagner likes what he saw Saturday but cautions that tougher tests await the offensive line.
Wake Forest stumbles in its opener at Boston College, 38-28. The Deacons' starting QB suffers a separation of his throwing shoulder.