Nebraska has four games left in the regular season, needing two more wins to play in a bowl for the first time in three years. Can the Huskers — favored on the road — get one today against Purdue?
We'll be there to find out with a team of reporters and photographers in West Lafayette, Indiana, to provide full coverage throughout the day.
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Nebraska at Purdue
When: 11 a.m.
Radio: 590 AM, 92.3 FM
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