Nov. 1, 2008 — 7 p.m. CDT, ESPN
Read up on tonight's matchup in the papers in Omaha (1, 2, 3, 4), Lincoln (1, 2, 3, 4), Grand Island (1, 2), Oklahoma City (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), Tulsa (1, 2, 3) and Norman (1, 2). | Printable rosters | Predictions | Chat
It's a night of memories and respect as members of the 1971 NU and OU teams get together in Norman. Video: Pruitt & Rodgers | Fairbanks | Full game
Shawn Watson knows how important it is to coach where loyalty is valued.
Bill Kosch is the latest player to speak at the 70-71 dinner. Also: Jerry Murtaugh, Jeff Kinney, Joe Orduna, Dave Mason, Doug Dumler and Jerry Tagge.
Meet tight end Kolby Smith, the only Nebraskan on the Oklahoma roster.
Oklahoma game special: Game of the Century DVD with commentary by Jack Mildren and Jerry Tagge for $9.95. The NU-OU Heisman ball is almost sold out.
OU's Frank Alexander gains a new outlook after a serious stabbing injury. Jay Norvell talks about experiencing the rivalry from both sides. | OU notes
The Lincoln paper breaks down the Sooners in its Oklahoma insider.
The Stoops-Pelini parallels have their limits, Tom Shatel writes. And Terry Douglass notes that the NU-OU rivalry has lost some luster.
This week's predictions underscore the Huskers' underdog status against OU.
The Colonel weighs in on Saturday's win and the games ahead.
There's likely to be a committee at middle linebacker in Phillip Dillard's absence as the Huskers try to stop an Oklahoma offense that thrives on speed and red-zone efficiency. NU notes from Tuesday: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Competing against Tom Osborne's teams helped Bob Stoops grow as a coach.
Husker Dan looks back at the Baylor game and forward toward the OU game.
Early coverage of Tuesday's press conference: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 | Video: Ganz, Suh, Potter, Slauson, Pelini | And look at what they were saying Tuesday in Norman.*
The video review system gets less than rave reviews from many Big 12 coaches.
The Big 12 South still rules in inter-division play.
There are plenty of connections, including Jay Norvell, on the two staffs as the Huskers and Sooners get ready to tangle. Bo Pelini says NU must play better than it did Saturday, with or without Phillip Dillard. Notes: NU (1, 2, 3), OU (1, 2)
Next week's opponent, Oklahoma, blasts Kansas State, 58-35. NU-OU will be on ESPN. See how the Huskers and Sooners compare statistically.
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Oklahoma hopes to host a Game of the Century tribute to help mend fences with Nebraska.