Up late fixing servers for vulnerabilities, so no commentary today, other than it's one day to Minnesota. One day to find out, really, what kind of team we really have.
This Week In Schadenfreude: We went to Miami Facebook - SBNation.com
Never go to Miami Facebook. It's like regular Facebook, only with Miami.
And Corn Nation makes an appearance.
Read through this and it's clear everyone hates their coaches and wants them fired for various reasons. Offensive coordinators - all hated universally.
Stats Preview - Michigan edition - Testudo Times
Michigan needs a win to become bowl eligible, and Maryland is playing for bowl ranking. Who's likely to come out on top?
Maryland football: Behind enemy lines with the Michigan Wolverines - Testudo Times
Drew Hallett, who covers Michigan for SB Nation's Maize n Brew, answers our questions about the Wolverines.
More Names to Eliminate from the Florida Coaching Search and One to Watch - Team Speed Kills
Cross a few other guys off of the list.
Interviews With the Enemy: InsideNU - Hammer and Rails
SB Nation's Kevin Trahan of InsideNU talks Northwestern-Purdue
A way-too-early look at Ohio State's 2015 quarterback depth chart - Land-Grant Holy Land
Ohio State could have as many as six scholarship quarterbacks on the roster next season. What's likely to happen? We take a look at the projections for next year's field.
It's like they're not playing fair. Bastards.
The Game Eleven Preview: Indiana Hoosiers vs. Ohio State Buckeyes - Off Tackle Empire
Is the season almost over?
Brief Interviews with Hideous Men: Illinois Edition - Black Shoe Diaries
With Penn State taking on the Illini this Saturday, we went straight to the source for inside information on Illinois football.
Behind Enemy Lines: Penn State - The Champaign Room
Devin Edwards of Black Shoe Diaries joins us to preview Illinois' Week 13 matchup against the Penn State Nittany Lions.
Wisconsin vs. Iowa: Badgers-Hawkeyes preview with Black Heart Gold Pants - Bucky's 5th Quarter
Ross from the one and only Black Heart Gold Pants stops by to talk expectations for Saturday's game, reactions to Iowa's seasons thus far and more.
Basketball is picking up, and our SBNation sites are doing a much better job of covering it than they have in the past. (That should include us as well.) Honestly, I am unsure as to how much basketball coverage I'll post here until... maybe conference play? I don't know. I'd like some feedback.
Penn State Basketball, Game 3 Recap: Nittany Lions Fall Victim to Fatigue, Freshmen, and 49ers, 106-97 (2OT) - Black Shoe Diaries
The Nittany Lions fought hard, but couldn't outlast the 49ers of Charlotte University.
Former Husker, NFL linebacker Jay Foreman breaks down Nebraska
Former Husker and NFL linebacker Jay Foreman breaks down Nebraska's loss to Wisconsin and where things go from here.
Jay Foreman does a good job of telling it like it is. It's clear we have problems with players and with the coaching staff. We have a long ways to go to be excellent.
Nebraska Roadtrip Tips - The Friendly Folks Of Corn Nation Share Their Thoughts - The Daily Gopher
Our blogger brethren at Corn Nation answers some questions about how best to enjoy a road trip to Lincoln.
BERTRAND: Huskers need a fourth-quarter tradition to inspire wins - Daily Nebraskan: Sports
I thought I took my last breath last weekend.
I would argue we need a fourth-quarter tradition because it's fun. That's the huge difference between Wisconsin fans and Nebraska fans. Nebraska fans acts like they're going to a religious service when they're going to a football game. Wisconsin fans act like they're going to a party.
Huskers avenge 2013 loss in first road victory of season - Daily Nebraskan: Sports
After nearly 23 hours of traveling to Pullman, Washington, the Nebraska women’s basketball team used a 19-2 run early in the second half to beat Washington State 82-61.
Rival Blogger Q&A with the Staff of Corn Nation - The Daily Gopher
Several members of the Corn Nation staff answered some questions for The Daily Gopher this week. A couple of them seem to be very level headed. One of them is either certifiable, or maybe just melting down slightly.
Minnesota Golden Gophers, Nebraska Cornhuskers fight to move forward - ESPN
Saturday's game provides a chance for Minnesota and Nebraska to move on from the disappointments of last week. But there's more to it than that.
College football projections: Week 13 F/+ picks - Football Study Hall
Nebraska by 13.5 (32.1 - 18.6)
Understanding the Gophers | Hail Varsity
Previewing Saturday's game between the Huskers and Gophers.
Abdullah, Seniors Ready For Senior Day | Hail Varsity
Bo Pelini discusses the health of Ameer Abdullah, Minnesota and more as the Huskers prepare for the final home game of the season on Senior Day.
Louisville Sports Commission - Louisville Knows Sports " Five High-Powered Playmakers Named Paul Hornung Award Finalists
Ameer Abdullah makes the final five of the Paul Hornung Award list.
Pop Warner Names Finalists for College Football Award
University of Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota, Stanford University safety Jordan Richards, University of Nebraska running back Ameer Abdullah and University of Florida center Max Garcia were named finalists for the fifth annual Pop Warner National College Football Award.
Quick bites: Singleton leaves, Newby back : Latest Husker News
An upbeat and chatty Bo Pelini met the media after Thursday's practice. He had plenty to say about his seniors and Tommy Armstrong, who the coach said was "sharp" this...
Introducing the Minnesota vs Nebraska "Bits Of Wooden Chair" Trophy - Corn Nation
A conversation between FauxPelini and Minnesota mascot Goldy The Gopher results in the best Big Ten trophy introduced in the past 20 years. 50 years?
The Official Nebraska 'Fire Someone' Flowchart - Corn Nation
Yes, you want to fire someone, but don't end up with Bill Callahan this time. Follow this to find the perfect hire.
Then there's this: