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Pregame press
Stories leading up to the game are listed here in reverse chronological order.
Today’s clash with Kansas represents the next step for the Huskers as they try to stay on track for a division title. More about today’s game from the papers in Lincoln (1, 2, 3), Omaha (1, 2), Lawrence (1, 2), Kansas City, Topeka. Commentary: Shatel, McKeever, Sipple
Mike Ekeler marvels at Phillip Dillard’s turnaround.
Sam McKewon goes over his keys to the game.
How does the defense measure up against some of the great Blackshirt units of the past? | K.C. Star on Suh
Brandon Kinnie has had to learn a thing or two about playing at this level — and about Husker history. Notes: 1, 2, 3
When running backs become hurdlers, their coaches become nervous.
See how the game predictions are going so far.
Kansas’ struggles can serve as a lesson to Nebraska, Sam McKewon writes.
Shawn Watson says the offense can’t be as conservative this week as it was vs. OU.
Alfonzo Dennard & Prince Amukamara have earned the team’s trust with their coverage skills. | Wednesday notes: 1, 2, 3
Anthony Blue serves as the team’s unofficial digital music man.
ESPN.com’s Tim Griffin is the latest to tell the Matt O’Hanlon story.
Ndamukong Suh is one of eight semifinalists for the Lott Trophy.
Here are ABC’s coverage maps for Saturday’s game.
The D-line’s next challenge: To rattle a seasoned Big 12 quarterback. Kansas happens to be a little green at right guard. | Tuesday notes: 1, 2, 3
Don't expect the offense to stay in a shell vs. KU. | Ugly stats | Sipple commentary
Tad Stryker says the defense’s rapid ascent shows that Tom Osborne chose wisely.
Meet Mr. Touchdown, Ryan Hill. More player features: Tyler Legate, Alfonzo Dennard
Kansas can't win the North but is playing for bowl eligibility and pride. | KU notes
Ndamukong Suh is one of four Lombardi Award finalists.
Matt O’Hanlon snags Nagurski National Defensive Player of the Week honors.
Bo Pelini is plenty wary of the Jayhawks and expects their best shot. Tuesday press conference video: Crick, Suh, Pelini, O’Hanlon
Matt O’Hanlon snags Nagurski National Defensive Player of the Week honors.
Saturday was another chapter in Phillip Dillard’s comeback story. | Notes: 1, 2
Roy Helu decided he had to answer the bell for the team’s sake. | Shatel on Helu
The Jayhawks are struggling with issues on both offense and defense. | KU notes: 1, 2
An NU-Texas title game would make the Big 12 brass happy, Lee Barfknecht writes.
Bo Pelini holds off on naming a starting quarterback for the KU game.
Congrats to Matt O’Hanlon, named Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week.
The defensive backs’ aggressiveness has risen with their confidence level.
Three perspectives on the QB quandary: McKewon, Chatelain and Sherman. | More commentary: Sipple on the game plan, McKewon's Monday review.
The OWH looks at the Jayhawks and their recent troubles.
The top of the Big 12 North has a 1990s look to it again.
In a battle of NU’s next two foes, it’s Kansas State 17, Kansas 10. | NU-KU stats matchup
The Kansas game gets a 2:30 p.m. kickoff and an ABC regional telecast.
They’re a bit pricey, but Kansas has Nebraska game tickets for sale.
Here’s how you can turn KU’s ticket package into a plus for military veterans.
The Jayhawks are out to show the football world that they have staying power.
See how things went in the Jayhawks’ spring game: 1, 2, 3