NU made a statement last night. The defense was challenged, and the offense responded. Now we get a night game against KSU for the B12 North title. Yep NU football is good, and fun again.
Steven M. Sipple: NU on brink of North title, warts and all
Report card: Nebraska vs. Kansas
Husker Mike's Blasphemy: Lee, Helu, and Watson Bail out the Blackshirts Against Kansas
Life in the Red's Blog | Osborne's input
Omaha.com - The Omaha World-Herald: Big Red Today - Blackshirt armor is dented
Omaha.com - The Omaha World-Herald: Big Red Today - Chatelain: Watson adjusts, the offense returns to form and a white-haired wizard waves his wand
Scout.com: 2009-2010 Bowl Projections ... Nov. 15
Pacific Life Holiday Bowl December 30th, San Diego CA, 8 pm ESPN Big 12 No. 3 vs. Pac 10 No. 2 Projection: Nebraska vs. Stanford
KU-Nebraska game report - KansasCity.com
Finally, some North Division clarity - KansasCity.com
BIG 12 Bowl Analysis | Upon Further Review
NEBRASKA – KANSAS STATE The North boils down to this. If Nebraska wins, they go to the Big 12 championship. If they lose, they still go to a bowl. If K-State wins, they go the Big 12 championship. If they lose, their season is over. And, since the game is at Nebraska and since NU will be favored (I’m guessing by 6.5), the odds are NU will win and will represent the North. Their final game is against Colorado. If the Huskers win that as well, they will be 9-3 and 6-2 going into the Big 12 championship game. And what that will mean is that after all the confusion of the North, it will have ended pretty much exactly as many people expected – at least with respect to NU winning it with a decent record.
Big 12 helmet stickers, Week 11 - Big 12 Blog - ESPN
Nebraska I-back Roy Helu Jr.: Rushed for 156 yards on 28 carries and scored three touchdowns to pace the Cornhuskers’ 31-17 victory over Kansas. Helu scored on touchdown runs of 20 and 14 yards -- both in the fourth quarter -- and also added another touchdown when he recovered a fumble by Zac Lee in the end zone earlier in the game. Helu accounted for 86 yards in the fourth quarter to pace Nebraska’s comeback, pushing his season rushing total to 962 yards.