Saturday, November 03, 2007
Obviously, things are much, much different this year. Kansas is off to an 8-0 start and has a defense that ranks among the best in the nation statistically. Nebraska put together a spirited effort last week in a 28-25 loss at Texas, but with the injury situation the Huskers are facing and the unknown of Ganz replacing the injured Sam Keller at quarterback, an upset bid seems unlikely.
--Terry Douglass, sports editor: Kansas 34-27
--Kevin Schuster, sports writer: Kansas 40-15
--Brian Ayers, sports writer: Kansas, 17-0