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October 2005

Monday morning quarterback with Tommie Frazier.
Slow starts a cause for concern.* Ross turns into NU nowhere man.*
Mike Smith, Las Vegas defensive end commits to the Huskers.
Next up is Kansas, a 13-3 winner over Missouri.
Oklahoma 31 Nebraska 24: Press and stats accumulating on the game page.
1995 Huskers still amaze former assistants. Team will appear at Pavilion.
Huskers continue preparations for the Sooners. Look for fast start.*
Viewers in England need your help in getting the OU game broadcast.
The Kansas game will start at noon. No TV or PPV.
Saturday's game is the first in 43 years with both teams unranked.
Missouri commentary: Colonel, Husker Dan, Jeff.
Mike Minter has a tough bye week in the coaching arena.
Huskers.com Oklahoma game press conference.
Huskers in the NFL: Week 7.
1995 National Championship Team to appear at Pavilion.
Walk-on wideout finds spotlight.* Wednesday notes 1, 2, 3, 4 *
Huskers getting off on the wrong foot.*
The current team understands the Oklahoma rivalry.
Curt McKeever: Big 12 Stock Report 10/25.
Huskers.com OU Monday pre-game press release.
Sooners don’t have time to feel fortunate heading to Nebraska.
Ahman Green out for the season with thigh injury that requires surgery.
Coach Blake's stock is rising. Beck is the number 2 quarterback.
Huskers enforce "24 hour rule"* in dealing with Missouri loss.
Adrian Peterson's playing status is still uncertain.
Missouri fans show lack of respect.
CFN Oklahoma ticket raffle winners: James McCarty of Reno, NV and Jeff Rosenberger of Canton, GA. Kansas State raffle ends Oct. 31.
Missouri 41, Nebraska 24: Slow start and turnovers lead to another loss in Columbia. Links will accumulate on the game page.
Christmas item of the day: Born Red shirts. (Link fixed)
Brian Rosenthal: NU opponents keep getting away with holding.
Cory Ross mum about his health status.
John Blake denies Internet rumors about the Miami coaching vacancy.
Nebraska, Penn State, Alabama and Notre Dame are on the comeback trail.*
The Blackshirts lead the nation with 34 sacks.*
Adam Ickes’ career highlight came in the form of a black jersey.
Marvin Sanders uses his Nebraska disaster training at UNC.
Baylor commentary: Colonel, Khus the Red, Husker Dan, Jim Meier, Jeff.
BlueCreek player of the game: Cortney Grixby.
Environment could impact Saturday’s game.
Brian Rosenthal reviews player aspirations. Tuesday notes.*
Brad Smith fitting into new* Missouri spread offense.
Zac Taylor making progress with both his arm and feet.
NU is giving workhorse* a bit of help.
Huskers.com Missouri Monday pre-game and Tuesday weekly press release.
Big 12 North* still too close to call. Big 12 Notebook* and Stock Report.
Wagner* using more reserve linemen. Taylor's scrambles keep drives alive.
Pinkel: Brad Smith still the starter* at quarterback.
Nebraska is number 23 in the first BCS poll. Fans are excited.
The Oklahoma game will be on ABC at 11 AM.
Steve Sipple: Callahan keeps foes guessing.
Tommie Frazier has this weeks' Monday morning quarterback view.
Tom Shatel:* Huskers leave Waco without Bear scratch.
Missouri up next for Cornhuskers in key North Division* matchup.
Roger Craig: NU offense* grows up.
Nebraska 23, Baylor 14: Links will accumulate on the game page. Follow the commentary on the BBS. Order the game on DVD.
Baylor pre-game press: Huskers.com, BaylorBears, KETV, OWH 1*, 2*, 3,* 4,* LJS 1, 2, 3, GII 1*, 2*, 3* Waco 1, 2, Kentucky
Diane Vedral loses her battle with cancer.
Steve Smith profiles the Husker road fans. Jon Schuetz has his Baylor list of 7.
The Huskers are important* to Baylor's Bowl plans.
Former Nebraska football player Dan Lindstrom* has mixed loyalties.
Elmassian not worried about lack of interceptions from corners.
Offense makes big improvement. Quarterback stats similar to last year.
Special teams the focus of Thursdays' practice. Suh returns ahead of schedule.
Christmas item of the day: Husker Helmet Print.
More funny schtick from Matt Schick.
ESPN writer doesn't consider Nebraska a factor in the Big 12.
Wednesday's practice was in half pads in Memorial Stadium. Hardy returns. Moore* watches videos to improve. Ola Dagunduro* answers a few questions.
Meet the team bus and tailgate with Texas Husker fans at the Baylor game.
Baylor defense* in the top 15 in three different categories.
Guy Morriss keeps Baylor players focused. Huskers more motivated.
Texas Tech commentary: Jeff, Colonel, Husker Dan, Khus the Red, Jim Meier.
BlueCreek desktop download player of the game: Cody Glenn.
The Baylor game will be on Fox Sports PPV.
'Deceptive' Adam Ickes will start in place of Stewart Bradley on Saturday.*
Huskers.com Baylor pre-game and Tuesday press release.
Latest recruit: Rulon Davis, defensive lineman from Mount San Antonio College.*
Huskers* looking to reverse road game trend.
Bradley's knee injury prognosis not good.*
OmahaChannel.com articles on Baylor crowd, Le Kevin Smith, new recruits.
Mike Stuntz recalls 2001 road trip to Baylor.
Missouri game to be televised on FSN with 11:30 AM CDT kick off.
Stewart Bradley may be out the rest of the season* with a knee injury.
Nebraska has to get past the one that got away and focus on Baylor.
Steve Sipple: Tech loss feels better than Pitt win.
NU proud of effort in last-second* loss to Tech.
Husker players* ready to hit the road* against improved Baylor team.
LeKevin Smith cited by University police for parking incident last Friday.
Tommie Frazier has the Monday morning quarterback view for this week.
Tickets are still available for the Baylor game. Baylors' win over Iowa State was their first ever Big 12 road win.
Three* new JC recruits commit after the Texas Tech game.
HuskerNews.com answers some homecoming questions.
Texas Tech 34 - NU 31: Valiant effort comes up short as Tech holds on for win. Coverage will accumulate on the game page. Order the game on DVD.
Expect tighter security at the game today and the rest of the season.
John Bishop phased out from 'Sports Nightly'.
1995 look back: Schuster battled for playing time.
Instant Replay could have reversed key plays in Husker history.
Towel waving hasn't always helped the Huskers' cause.
Wake Forest AD wants Demon Deacon fans to be more "Nebraska-like."
Key Matchup: Texas Tech receivers against Nebraska secondary.
Jon Schuetz has his list of 7 for the Tech game.
McKeon, Blackshirts eager for challenge. Brian Rosenthal predicts victory?
There's a Canadians for Nebraska chapter forming.
Tierre Green will remain busy against Tech. Thursday practice report.
Several JUCO prospects will visit this weekend.
Christmas item of the day: Johnny Rodgers signed Game of the Century DVD.
A fan in Georgia looks at the current Huskers through the eyes of a child.
'Mulk' is prime time player that adds new meaning to the term Walk-On.
A few Tech articles: defense, penalties, Corey McKeon.
Bill Byrne's mother* dies.
Callahan emphasizes the importance that the crowd will play on Saturday.
4-0 start producing positive feelings* in Nebraska's locker room.
Nate Swift makes his move.* No fear factor* involved. Q & A: Bo Ruud.*
Texas Tech coach knows plenty about Nebraska tradition.
Former Husker John Nichols honored* by the Denver Broncos.
The crowd can help the Huskers.
Coach Callahan adresses the offensive game plan for Saturday.
Coach Cosgrove: "We have our work cut out for us." Revenge* not a factor.
Huskers.com Texas Tech preview. Wednesday notes.*
Sipple: Break out the TUMS for this rematch.
Husker Dan previews the Killer Leaches.
Defense, other factors make Nebraska tough for Tech.
Nebraska has a shot at payback when Texas Tech comes to town.
The Colonel checks in with his ISU assessment.
Huskers feel teamwork is building.
Huskermedic has some ISU tailgate and game photos.
Khus the Red: The gears are turning. Jeff's ISU Scarlet Commentary.
Zac Taylor is the BlueCreek desktop download player of the week.
Does 'Coz' have revenge* in mind for Texas Tech?
Husker* playmakers step up.
Huskers face Texas Tech in battle of unbeatens.
Baylor game to be played under the lights. Not selected for TV.
Zac Taylor named Big 12 and nominated for National Player of the Week.
Nebraska 27, Iowa State 20 - Double OT: Huskers.com and game page coverage. Order the video on DVD. Commentary from Jim Meier
Sipple: Team, fans find hope in offense.
Norvell* was confident Huskers could get things rolling.
Nebraska, Penn State, and Alabama remain among the unbeaten.*
Nebraska breaks into the top 25* in the Harris Poll.