Football Links: Rivalry Renewed?
The Huskies and Huskers have played just seven times over their long football histories, compiling a 3-3-1 record against each other. Nebraska has won the last two matchups. But no team has won more than two games in a row in the series, so if history is any indicator, Washington is primed for an upset on Saturday.
We'll start with a look at the rivalry in the Seattle Times. Beat writer Bob Condotta got in touch with some central figures in those early 1990s games (Don James, for example) and and the late 1990s games (Marques Tuiasosopo). The series will continue next season, when the Huskies travel to Lincoln.
Purple sea can drown Huskers - Tacoma News-Tribune
Huskies turn to young Dawg - Everett Herald
Preview: Cornhuskers looking to run past UW - Seattle PI
Kearse eager for Nebraska challenge - ESPN
From The Nebraska Perspective
Huskers know how to adjust to crowd noise - Omaha World-Herald
Notes: Pelini praises Sarkisian - Omaha World-Herald
Locker looks to lead Huskies to a special season - Lincoln Journal-Star
Mike Caputo ready for road test - Lincoln Journal-Star
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