Nov. 28, 2008 — 2:30 p.m. CST, ABC-TV national
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Pregame pressStories leading up to the game are listed here in reverse chronological order. Dead links may be retrievable via this archived page.
The Huskers aim to finish with a flourish today as the Buffs come to town. Setting the table are the newspapers in Omaha
(1, 2, 3, 4), Lincoln (1, 2, 3, 4), Grand Island (1, 2), Denver (1, 2, 3), Denver Jr. (1, 2) and Boulder (1, 2). More: Five keys | Program | PDF rosters | Predictions | Chat
Join the Coloradans for Nebraska at their tailgate tomorrow.
Husker players bring some cheer to Lincoln hospital patients.
It's the Denver Post's turn to assess Year 1 at Nebraska under Bo Pelini.
Toys for Tots donations are being accepted at Friday's game.
CU's George Hypolite answers the smack talk. Multipurpose threat Josh Smith is still learning. Senior LB Brad Jones aims to extend his CU career by a game.
The Colonel shares some pregame thoughts.
Tom Shatel and Matt Slauson talk about their shared struggle.
Circling the NU game in red no longer makes sense, says a Boulder columnist.
One of the Denver papers looks at the Pelini effect at Nebraska.
Shawn Watson has seen CU-NU from both sides and has seen Big 12 offenses quickly evolve. | CU insider
The Huskers say they're determined to finish what they started after the loss in Norman. And some distaste for buffalo (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) is expressed at Tuesday's press conference. | Video: Ganz, Pelini, Potter, Helu, Suh | Notes: 1, 2, 3
Ganz, Gilmore & Glenn are the top topics as Bo Pelini talks to reporters Monday. He also says the bowl speculation can wait. NU notes: 1, 2, 3
Big Red Diary: A visit with Will Henry
Husker Dan gives his preview of the Colorado game.
An illness ends CU senior safety D.J. Dykes' season.
Ted Gilmore reportedly will interview for the top job at Wyoming. Steve Sipple says not to be surprised if Shawn Watson's name is linked to other vacancies.
A freshman safety for injury-plagued CU stays ready for more duty.
A look at two players who took opposite paths on I-80: Nebraska's Pierre Allen from Denver and Colorado's Jake Behrens from Omaha.
Offensive tackle Marcel Jones earns respect with his play against Kansas State.
Walk-on Matt May's progress has his hometown of Imperial thrilled.
The team gets two days off after Thursday's practice, while the coaches hit the recruiting trail hard. | CU notes: 1, 2
As Mike McNeill's confidence grows, so does his role in the offense.
CU running back Darrell Scott shoots down rumors that he'll transfer.
Backup QB Zac Lee makes strides as he gains a better grasp of the offense.
The team's confidence and momentum create a stark contrast to last November.
The play of the makeshift linebacking corps has Mike Ekeler excited.
NU's bowl possibilities appear to boil down to the Sun, Gator and Alamo.
David Max gives his 2 cents on the sweep of the Kansas teams.