It's K-State week. Win and NU has a chance at the B12 Title. Look for KSU to bring their A game. They are a tough team that wins by playing solid football, not making mistakes, and taking advantages of other teams mistakes. Be ready for that Power Cat growl as well.
Omaha.com - The Omaha World-Herald: Big Red Today - NU finds success on first drive
A look back and a breakdown of the KU game from the OWH
Life in the Red's Blog | Kansas State-Nebraska set for ESPN
A 6:45 kickoff.
Steven M. Sipple: Carl Pelini deserves kudos, too
Sipple looks at Carl's influence on the defense, talks about Lee's resiliency, what to do about Green, and the O-Line
"What's your deal? What's your deal?" Carroll said, according to two sources near enough to hear. "What's your deal?" Harbaugh retorted, and that was that.
Here's the deal when you get USC down you kick them.
NE StatePaper.com - Husker Monday Review: Kansas
A look back, and then forward from McKewon
3. Nebraska: Roy Helu Jr.’s return has finally given the Cornhuskers an offensive weapon they can lean on and Niles Paul gives them an emerging game-breaker. The results have pushed them into the driver’s seat for the divisional championship. The Bo Pelini vs. Bill Snyder rivalry will have an intriguing first matchup when they meet Saturday with the North title at stake.
Is it time for Mangino to Go? (CoachesAid.com)
(HT: RockChalkTalk) Apparently this blogger hasn't seen KU's running game (Jake Sharp injury) or the woeful KU offensive line this season. Fire Mark Mangino? This one has to be a trick.
What It All Means: Nebraska might have had some rocky moments a few weeks ago, and the offense continues to stink with Roy Helu isn’t carrying the attack, but now it’s one game away from playing for the Big 12 North title. The Huskers are in the championship game if they can beat Kansas State next week, and they can make a statement that they’re the dominant team in the North, as if that’s something special, but beating the Wildcats and closing out with a win over Colorado. The defense continues to be special, and it gave Kansas problems at times, but to beat KSU, Helu has to keep running well and QB Zac Lee, who got the start after being benched last week, has to do a better job in the red zone.