Tonight is the last BCS National Championship game, televised by ESPN (who else?) at 7:30 PM. The Florida State Seminoles take on the Auburn Tigers in a game that might be tough for some Nebraska fans when considering the choice between rooting for Florida State and rooting for the SEC to win their bazillionth straight national title.
Husker fans are still waiting to hear whether Nebraska secondary coach Terry Joseph will take the same job at Texas A&M. I would suspect we'll hear today, so be sure to check back with us as the day goes on.
FYI, SBNation's Florida State site, Tomahawk Nation, is one of the biggest sites around. They do a heckuva job of coverage of the Seminoles, so if you want to know, for example, whether or not the Seminoles have any other players besides Jameis Winston, they're the go-to site for Florida State information.
SBNation's Auburn site is College and Magnolia. I have no idea about the significance of their name.
National Title Game
BCS Championship Game 2014, Auburn vs. Florida State: Final Q-and-A with Tomahawk Nation - College and Magnolia
The game draws near, and it's time to get some final predictions.
BCS Championship Game 2014, Auburn vs. Florida State: Tracking the Tigers' improvement via FEI - College and Magnolia
When looking at some advanced statistics, Auburn's numbers don't quite reflect the team we saw on the field in the last two months of the season.
Why Auburn has to Prepare for Florida State Like They Would Against Peyton Manning - Tomahawk Nation
Florida State's offense has proven to be detrimental to any defense it has come up against in 2013, and if Auburn allows them the time of possession, that won't change.
Florida State offense v. Auburn defense BCS preview: Stay out of trouble and score - Tomahawk Nation
Can Auburn slow down Florida State's offense? Or: How can FSU avoid a slip up?
Florida State vs. Auburn, 2014 BCS National Championship: Coverage, updates and how to watch - SBNation.com
Florida State's return to glory vs. the state of Alabama's fifth straight national title.
I'm trying to get a little bit better at posting articles about Big Ten basketball. The conference is incredible. I realize we get dampered a bit on it because Nebraska is still at the bottom of the totem pole, but i have been watching more basketball already this year.
VIDEO: Fran McCaffery Ejected from Iowa-Wisconsin Game - Black Heart Gold Pants
FRANCON LEVEL 1 HAS BEEN REACHED.
Iowa's head basketball coach was ejected for bumping an official. McCaffery will get a reprimand, probably a fine and/or suspension. Go ahead and make the Bo Pelini comparisons, you know you want to.
Wisconsin 75, Iowa 71: Fran McCaffery, Hawkeyes Lose It - Black Heart Gold Pants
Fran McCaffery's ejection fell in the middle of yet another second half collapse for the Hawkeyes.
Minnesota 82, Purdue 79: Back Firmly Against The Wall - Hammer and Rails
Purdue drops to 0-2 and is facing a must-win in its next game in Big Ten play.
Michigan 74, Northwestern 51 - Sippin' On Purple
Northwestern got blown out again
Charlie Strong leaving Louisville for Texas, according to multiple reports - SBNation.com
Strong would leave for Austin after four seasons as the Cardinals' head coach, if reports are accurate. However, the deal is not official.
Al Golden Staying At Miami - Black Shoe Diaries
Penn State reportedly down to James Franklin, Mike Munchak; no Al Golden - SBNation.com
And rumors of Greg Schiano being a Nittany Lions target appear to have fallen by the wayside.
Louisville coaching search: 10 names to know as the Cardinals replace Charlie Strong - SBNation.com
With Strong headed to Austin, whom might Louisville be looking at for its head coaching opening? Here's a list of coaches to keep in mind as potential candidates.
None are from Nebraska. Are you shocked? Or pleased?
Where We Say Goodbye, But Not Farewell - Off Tackle Empire
Some parting words, if you don't mind.
Ted Glover is done writing at OTE.
Who Had The Worst Turnover Luck In The Big Ten? - The Champaign Room
Michigan State dominates the conference in turnover margin, while Illinois and Nebraska proudly bring up the rear.
Chatelain: Huskers are captains in crunch time - Omaha.com
Under coach Bo Pelini, Nebraska has won nine straight games decided by six points or less.
Gator Bowl ratings soar 94 percent | members.jacksonville.com
Tickets for the 69th Taxslayer.com Gator Bowl on Wednesday may have been a tough sell because of the rainy weather and lack of interest on the part of Nebraska fans, but the combination of two major college brands, the Cornhuskers and the University of Georgia, resulted in nearly doubling the TV ratings over last season for the New Year’s Day bowl at EverBank Field.