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WEBVTT THOR: IT'S THE LONGEST LASTINGSERIES FOR NEBRASKA IN BIG TENPLAY.HUSKERS ARE WRITING INMINNEAPOLIS READY TO KICK OFFAGAINST THE GOLDEN GOPHERS.NEBRASKA'S 14 OF SIX MEETINGS ASBIG TEN OPPONENTS AGAINST THEGOPHERS.THIS WILL BE A COLD ONE.NEBRASKA PLAYED IN THE 70'S,80'S, AND 90'S THIS SEASON.THE COLDEST THEY PLAYED, 36DEGREES AGAINST PURDUE.THIS IS PROTECTED TO BE LOW 30'SBY KICKOFF.>> WE HAD PRACTICES IN SIMILARWEATHER AT HOME THIS WEEK.I THINK IT COULD BE A FACTOR,ESPECIALLY IF IT IS...
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@jeffbabl Those matchups all pit 5-win teams against each other, so I subtracted those games from the available slots.
And yes, I mentioned the FSU-Florida, LA Monroe portion of the equation on air last night at 10.
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