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    Huskers hanging in

    I figured it would be 21-0 now..

    apparently so did Texas



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    Re: Huskers hanging in

    I actually don't think Teaxas is that good. We were just really bad that day...



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    Re: Huskers hanging in

    Wow, that was as excited as I have heard walters in a while.


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    Re: Huskers hanging in

    Brian are you lost again?


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    Re: Huskers hanging in

    Huge 86 yard dash by Texas to go up by 4 with 7:33 remaining. It looks like the real Nebraska finally decided to show up.



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    Re: Huskers hanging in

    Quote Originally Posted by aeroclone View Post
    Huge 86 yard dash by Texas to go up by 4 with 7:33 remaining. It looks like the real Nebraska finally decided to show up.

    Another touchdown by Texas!!! Nebraska is driving but I can see them screwing something up. Nebraska will soon be below average. When was the last time that happened??

    Edit....

    Ok... I thought Keller going out would of been the end of the game, but Ganz has game. Good work Cally for not playing a QB that was in your system for years over an overated Keller.


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