Sept. 26, 2009 — 6:08 p.m. CDT, PPV
Memorial Stadium, Lincoln
Official football site
Lafayette Daily Advertiser
The Huskers' home sellout streak is on track to reach 300 with this game
Stories leading up to the game are listed here in reverse chronological order.
Theres a game to be played tonight and a milestone to be celebrated. Check out the coverage from the papers in Omaha (1, 2, 3), Lincoln (1, 2, 3), Grand Island, Lafayette (1, 2) and Baton Rouge, Commentary: Shatel, McKeever, Sipple
What makes a game day click? The work of more than 3,400 people.
The sellout milestone finds Sam McKewon reflecting on the state of the fan base. More from the streak: Richard Voges, 316 games | Romantic place | Where sellouts are rare | Mural unveiling | Denver perspective
Ricky Henry and Marcel Jones intend to learn from their mistakes of last Saturday.
Tom Osborne sees parallels between his toughest losses & the game in Blacksburg.
The hoopla in Lincoln wont rattle the Cajuns, their coaches say.
Husker Dan checks in with his thoughts about the Virginia Tech game.
Coaches and teammates stand up for Matt OHanlon.
Radio highlights from the 1962 season will air this weekend. More from The Streak: Players who grew up as fans | Willis & Fran Regier | Don & Bill Bryant | Rod Hansen | Shatel commentary | Photo galleries: Callahan, Pelini, Stadium, Life in 62
The LJSs Louisiana-Lafayette insider breaks down the Cajuns.
At least seven recruits are making their official visits this weekend.
The OWHs Dirk Chatelain wonders whether Bo Pelinis fourth-and-1 call was the right one.
It was as tough a loss as Bo Pelini has had, the coach says, but he vows the team will bounce back with a vengeance. More from Tuesdays news conference: Lees injury (1, 2) | Video: Hickman, Lee, Henery, Pelini, Suh | Notes: 1, 2, 3
The Ragin Cajuns are an angry bunch after their showing against LSU.
Shawn Watson says theres no rethinking what we do in the red zone. Bo Pelini is confident the Huskers will rise up. Monday notes: 1, 2, 3
Bo Pelini allows his anger to essentially shortchange the fans, Tom Shatel says.
Sam McKewon says the moment of truth comes on Oct. 8. Steve Sipple says Roy Helu made a big impression on the big stage. | Notes
The loss stung, but it felt good to play again, says Phillip Dillard.
From the OWH, a rundown on the Ragin Cajuns.
Next weeks foe, Louisiana-Lafayette, drops a 31-3 decision to LSU. See how the Huskers & Rajin Cajuns match up statistically.
Louisiana-Lafayette has big shoes to fill on offense.