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Corn Flakes: OU is going down

You want a rivalry? Then it's time for NU to step it up and play like it.

Big Red Rivalry Advantages Favor OU - Crimson And Cream Machine
I think that Nebraska's offense will struggle considerably more that Oklahoma's. Not because one defense is better than the other but because the Huskers don't have as many playmakers on offense as OU.
You can head over the C&C to argue if you want.

Steven M. Sipple: NU needs to control line of scrimmage
If NU can then, and Sipple thinks they can, he has NU winning.

Sizing up the storylines: Oklahoma
Green, Suh, special teams, and swagger. - The Omaha World-Herald: Big Red Today Blog - Sports Writers - Sooners are tough to sack
Even with their O-Line struggling. - The Omaha World-Herald: Big Red Today - Three things to watch
Trick plays for NU, D-Line making big plays, and which Jones will show up?

Curt McKeever: NU has to worry about its own game
The reality is that even with a loss to Oklahoma, so long as Iowa State doesn’t win out (yes, you read that correctly), all the Huskers would have to do to win the North is defeat Kansas, Kansas State and Colorado.
So you know we have that going for us, which is nice.

Living life after the pose
The LJS talks with 6 Heisman Trophy winners, 3 from NU and OU each

Offense shines, defense doesn’t in exhibition win
a 86-66 win