Oct. 17, 2009 — 2:30 p.m. CDT — ABC regional
Memorial Stadium, Lincoln
Official football site
Dallas Morning News
Ft. Worth Star-Telegram
This will be the Huskers' 1,200th game, and it comes in Nebraska's 120th season.
Stories leading up to the game are listed here in reverse chronological order.
Curtailing the spread isn't rocket science; can the Huskers pull it off today? Get your game-day coverage from the papers in Omaha (1, 2), Lincoln (1, 2, 3), Grand Island (1, 2), Lubbock (1, 2, 3) and Fort Worth | Commentary: Shatel | Sipple | McKeever
Success against south division teams like Tech is a key to winning the north.
Defensive back Dejon Gomes likes the challenge of facing a top passing attack.
Former Husker great Rich Glover sees endless potential for Ndamukong Suh. More: Sportswriters thoughts | Ballot
The early predictions indicate the media has hopped aboard the NU bandwagon.
Even when he wasnt playing, Phillip Dillard kept his sense of humor.
The LJSs Texas Tech Insider breaks down the Red Raiders.
See how the ABC-ESPN coverage maps might affect your viewing options.
Playing time is always up for grabs at practice, and that has meant improved depth.
Jared Crick is blossoming under the radar while the spotlight shines on his fellow defensive tackle. | Another national honor for Suh | McKewon commentary
Tad Stryker: Bo Pelinis never-satisfied attitude could come in handy this week.
Tech poses challenges on both sides of the ball. NUs O-line knows it must do better. Press conference video: Lee, Hickman, Pelini, Dillard, Suh | Notes: 1, 2, 3
For Texas Tech, its been a year of coping with distractions.
Mike Leach says his starter at QB will be a game-day decision. Bo Pelini says his offense must execute better regardless of weather conditions.
This weeks Football Friday gathering in Lincoln will feature Matt Davison, Tommie Frazier, Kevin Sjuts and Brian Rosenthal.
Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week honors go to Ndamukong Suh. On offense, its Texas Tech QB Steven Sheffield. | Suh now listed on this Heisman ballot
Ndamukong Suh is named the Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week.
Substitute QB Steven Sheffield leads Texas Tech to a 66-14 rout over Kansas State. See how the Huskers and Red Raiders stack up statistically.
The Huskers know there are still lots of hazards ahead on the road to a division title. A K.C. columnist says theres no clear favorite and Nebraska was merely lucky in Columbia.
The OWHs Dirk Chatelain says the running game was used far too sparingly. More follow-up from Thursdays win: The quarterbacking (1, 2) | Receivers | Notes (1, 2)
Can Texas Tech reload after losing Michael Crabtree and Graham Harrell?