Nov. 7, 2009 — 7 p.m. CST, ABC regional
Memorial Stadium, Lincoln
Official football site
Dallas Morning News
Ft. Worth Star-Telegram
Pregame pressStories leading up to the game are listed here in reverse chronological order.
So what if its not the Game of the Century? Its Nebraska-Oklahoma, and heres the game-day lowdown from Omaha (1, 2), Lincoln (1, 2, 3), OKC (1, 2, 3, 4), Tulsa (1, 2, 3), Norman (1, 2) & Ft. Worth. Commentary: Chatelain, Sipple, McKeever, Shatel
The Sooners defensive philosophy has gained complexity since last season.
Sam McKewon goes over his five keys and calls this a measuring-stick game for Bo Pelini and the team. | Second-season success
Tom Osborne recalls his rare decisions to play true-freshman QBs. | Up close with Cody Green
More on the games big defensive tackles: 1, 2, 3 | Heisman ballot
Even after football, Will Shields continues to clear the way.
The NU-OU Heisman Legends tour gets off to a big start.
Sooner OT Cory Brandon bounces back from a bad start. | OU special teams | Notes
Fifty years later, NUs 1959 upset of OU is still fresh in players memories. | More
Its all Oklahoma so far on the predictions page.
Each team has a star defensive tackle and stellar D-line that will pose stiff challenges to the opposing offensive linemen Saturday.
Tad Stryker looks at what itll take to revive NUs running game.
Eric Martin prides himself on being a special-teams terror. Jared Crick finds himself uncomfortable in the limelight. Wednesday notes: 1, 2, 3
The LJS breaks down the Sooners in its Oklahoma Insider | OU notes: 1, 2
The Big 12 needs to make NU-OU an annual event again, says an OKC columnist.
Will the Husker offense be ready this time for the crafty play of the Oklahoma cornerbacks? | Sam McKewon on the education of Cody Green.
Heres ABCs coverage map for Saturday nights games.
OUs Landry Jones is off to a solid start filling Sam Bradfords shoes.
Taking care of the little things pays off for Brandon Kinnie. Chris Brooks says hes good to go after two weeks on the mend. Justin Blatchford recounts his big moment in Waco.
Cody Green hopes to show his cool on the big stage.
The OKC paper looks at Nebraskas struggles on offense. Bob Stoops expounds on the rivalry, as does Tulsa columnist Dave Sittler. Tuesday OU notes: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Can the defensive line do what it couldnt last year against the Sooners — rattle the quarterback? | Commentary: Sipple, Sherman
Its another honor for Jared Crick: Nagurski National Defensive Player of the Week.
Bo Pelini says Ndamukong Suh handled his auto accident the right way. More from Tuesday's press conference: | Video: Pelini (1, 2), Crick, Suh | Suhs ESPN chat
Big OU sophomore wideout Dejuan Miller is finally hitting his stride. | Sooner notes: 1, 2, 3
Jared Cricks big game in Waco was a special treat for 34 members of his family.
It seems an unlikely week for the running game to end its slump. | NU notes: 1, 2
Commentary: McKewon on the O-line, Shatel on training wheels, York on the rivalry, McKeever on Stoops start
Carl Pelini is no stranger in Bob Stoops house.
Bob Stoops and Bo Pelini reflect on the Nebraska-Oklahoma rivalry.
Jared Crick adds to his player-of-the-week honors.
OU receiver Ryan Broyles is quickly emerging as a star. | Sooner notes: 1, 2, 3
Theres room to grow for Cody Green after Saturdays simplified outing on offense. | Notes | Monday musings: McKewon, Sipple
Ndamukong Suh is ticketed after an overnight traffic accident.
The Oklahoma game will kick off at 7 p.m. on ABC (regional).
Congrats to Jared Crick, the Walter Camp Football Foundations national defensive player of the week.
Next weeks foe, Oklahoma, holds off Kansas State, 42-30. See how the Huskers and Sooners match up statistically.
The NU-OU start time could affect whats shaping up as a big recruiting weekend.
The Oklahoma game will be televised by ABC or Versus; time TBA.
OU quarterback Sam Bradfords season is over as he opts for shoulder surgery.
Except for the O-line, the Sooners are loaded for the coming season.