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Corn Flakes: Leftovers For Everybody!

David McGee

There is not a whole lot going on out there. Not a lot going on. Regular media are doing articles on the Holiday Bowl, but even they seem pretty uninterested.

Mrs CN did a good job yesterday of cooking a good brunch and then a Christmas dinner that featured our favorite foods; turkey, ham, stuffing, gravy, you know the idea. There's plenty of leftovers for the next couple days, and that includes the pulled pork I made the day before.

There are three bowl games today, including the first bowl involving a Big Ten team:

Bowl Time Channel
Heart of Dallas Bowl: Illinois vs. Louisiana Tech 12:00 PM ESPN
Quick Lane Bowl: North Carolina vs. Rutgers 3:30 PM ESPN
St. Petersburg Bowl : North Carolina State vs. UCF 7:00 PM ESPN

Brief Interviews with Hideous Men: BC Edition - Black Shoe Diaries
With Penn State taking on the Eagles, we went straight to the source for the inside scoop on Boston College.

How to Watch: Heart of Dallas Bowl - The Champaign Room
Information for the Heart of Dallas Bowl between Illinois and Louisiana Tech.

Coach Beckman delivers pizza to the Marching Illini - The Champaign Room
Tis' the season of giving!

An Open Letter to Recruits - Rutgers Has Everything You Need - On the Banks
We got what you need. They don't. What are you waiting for?

Oregon Ducks-Florida State Seminoles Rose Bowl tickets tougher to sell due to playoff | FOX Sports
What? SHOCKING!!!!

License of Lincoln surgeon, a former Husker football player, is on the line - Health & Medicine - Mobile
non-negative drug screen for a controlled substance - not good news about Scott Strasburger. I was there when he intercepted that pass in 1982.

Huskers Hold Walkthrough at DeVore Stadium - - Nebraska Athletics Official Web Site
Huskers hold walkthrough before heading to SeaWorld

Steven M. Sipple: Husker players can learn from Pelini's ouster : Latest Husker News
Although the past month has been awkward for the NU football program in many ways, it can be an excellent teaching moment, Steven M. Sipple writes.