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Cobs of the Week: Lots of NU, plus Refs & Texas

As much as we love to dish it out, we have to take it when our Huskers drop a turd into the college football punchbowl... so we'll see a heavy representation of Nebraska here. But we can't forget our friends on the Forty Acres.

Tuesday Reads: Is Michigan Nervous?

This is the biggest week of the season so far. If you think Nebraska fans are nervous, what do you think Michigan fans are doing?

One B1G Year Later

How do Husker fans feel about Nebraska's move from the Big XII to the Big Ten after one year?

Corn Flakes: Where My Positive Psy-Cap Crushes You Like A Bug

A whole bunch of links, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing. That and my psychological capital will crush you like a bug.

Cob of the Week: Brian Kelly goes Pelini, Mother Nature, ~ESPN~, and auditioning for a BCS conference.

Corn Nation's Cob of the Week this week include ESPN, Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly, mother nature, and Kansas State and Iowa State for barely beating lower division opponents.

George W. Bush & The Longhorn Network: Austin's Miserable Failures

The Longhorn Network so far is an unmitigated disaster: cable companies refuse to subsidize ESPN's absurd agreement with the University of Texas, and LHN is at the root cause of the instability of the Big XII. Both sides quickly need to agree to shut down LHN before it's too late.

A&M to the SEC is becoming real. Direct from DeLoss Dodds.

And just like that, A&M to the SEC seems almost inevitable.

NCAA: No High School Games on School Networks

The NCAA ruled that no school or conference networks can show high school games. It's a good ruling, but it may be a death blow for the Longhorn Network.

A&M Heading to SEC in 2012? Tech and Others to Pac-12?

Today brings us reports that ESPN has informed Texas Tech that the only way that ESPN will televise the TT/Texas game this season is on the Longhorn Network. As a result, apparently Tech is now pursuing membership in the Pac-12 conference, likely with Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. And of course, A&M is now accelerating plans to move to the SEC (according to TexAgs.com), even though it puts this season at risk: "The Ags did not want any distractions during football season and definitely did not want to receive the 'officiating' that Nebraska got during their farewell tour of the Big 12 last year. It looks like the timeline has been sped up." Yep, we're rubbernecking at the train wreck we left behind. And to quote Steve Pederson: "This is why we did what we did."

Matthew McConaughy promotes the new Longhorn Network. Or maybe it's just two radio guys from Omaha...

Matthew McConaughy promotes the new Longhorn Network. Or maybe it's just two radio guys from Omaha having some fun at the expense of Texas...

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