Playing at night has been right for Nebraska at Memorial Stadium.
The Cornhuskers go into Saturday's meeting with No. 20 Michigan on a 10-game win streak in prime-time home games.
There figures to be some extra energy in the stadium for this one.
Nebraska will celebrate the 50th anniversary of its NCAA-record sellout streak. This will be the 323rd in a row.
And Michigan (5-2, 3-0 Big Ten), the only college program with 900 all-time victories, will be making its first visit to Lincoln since 1911.
''It's going to be loud, and we've got to be prepared for that,'' Wolverines quarterback Denard Robinson said. ''We have to be prepared to execute the offense every time we get a chance to get the ball. We have to be road warriors.''
The Huskers (5-2, 2-1) fed off their crowd in their last home game, coming back from a 17-point deficit to beat Wisconsin.
They'll take any advantage they can get as they try to corral Robinson and find a way to dent the fast-improving defense of the Lege...