Oct. 4, 2008 — 8:10 p.m. CDT, ESPN
Memorial Stadium, Lincoln
Official football site
Kansas City Star
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Stories leading up to the game are listed here in reverse chronological order.
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Jeff gives his Missouri Scarlet Commentary preview.
Mike McNeill says Nebraska is still the best place to play.
The Tigers see improvement in NU's defensive schemes over last year.
The walk-on program* gets some ink in the New York Times.
Missouri's turnaround on offense was sparked by a disappointing 2004 season. More on Mizzou: Maclin's returns, Historic hurdle (1, 2), Preview, Jeff Wolfert.
The St. Louis paper takes a look at the road back for Nebraska.
Mizzou alum Tom Shatel shares some thoughts with a Columbia paper.
Bid on program cover #293 signed by Claridge, Thornton, Osborne and Pelini.
In a change for the O-line, Keith Williams will start at left guard.
The LJS offers up its Missouri scouting report.
The St. Louis paper looks at Nebraska's rebuilding task on defense.
Nebraska's McNeill and Mizzou's Maclin are friends off the field.
It's all Missouri in the early round of game predictions.
The Denver Post looks at Bo Pelini's rebuilding job in Lincoln.
There's no shortage of confidence in the defense as Bo Pelini and players meet the press before facing fast-paced Missouri. | Video: Potter, Ganz, McNeill, Helu, Suh, Pelini (1, 2, 3) | Player features: Amukamara, McNeill, Suh, Wesch
Mizzou wants to avoid being the next powerhouse to tumble.
Bo Pelini needs to keep the passion, not the penalties, Tom Shatel writes.
The Huskers move past Saturday's loss and focus on clamping down against efficient QB Chase Daniel and potent Missouri. More: 1, 2, 3
The Texas Tech game will be a 2 p.m. Fox Sports Net telecast.
The Huskers have an array of mistakes to avoid repeating with No. 4 Missouri coming to town. See how the Tigers and NU match up statistically.
During its bye week, Mizzou focuses on breaking a long streak in Lincoln.
The Missouri game will have an 8 p.m. start and an ESPN national telecast.