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Corn Flakes: Nebraska Baseball Smashes UNO And A Whole Lotta FSU

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Nebraska baseball smashed UNO last night - a 10-run inning in the second and the game was over early.

Florida State and the Tallahassee Police Department are taking hits from all over after the New York Times article from yesterday. I've posted it again just to be thorough.

10-Run Second Inning Powers Huskers to 17-6 Win - - Nebraska Athletics Official Web Site

Lincoln - Trailing after the top of the first inning for the second straight game, the Nebraska baseball team (25-14, 7-2 Big Ten) exploded for a combined 15 runs in their first two at-bats, including a 10-run, 11-hit second inning en route to a 17-6 victory over the Omaha Mavericks on Wednesday at Hawks Field.

Florida State And the Tallahassee Police Department

Errors in Inquiry on Rape Allegations Against FSU’s Jameis Winston -
An accusation against Jameis Winston, a marquee quarterback for Florida State, did not prompt an in-depth inquiry by either the university or the police. By the time prosecutors got the case it was nearly a year old.

IT'S RELEVANT. - Every Day Should Be Saturday
If you think there's nothing "new" about the NYT look at the Jameis Winston investigation, you've inadvertently identified the problem.

All we (still) know about the Jameis Winston case: Investigators failed -
A reminder that the Tallahassee Police Department and Florida State University should have done more to pursue an alleged act of violence against a woman, and should have done it more quickly.

NYT on Jameis Winston, FSU, TPD investigation - Tomahawk Nation
The New York times looks at the Jameis Winston investigation, FLorida State and the Tallahassee Police Department.


NCAA unlimited meals proposal could add fascinating layer to recruiting - College Football - Andy Staples -

The NCAA unlimited meals and snacks proposal could potentially add a fascinating layer to college football recruiting.

He mentions Runza. I think he had to, it's probably in a contract somewhere.

Minnesota State players refuse to practice - Yahoo Sports
Football players at Minnesota State, Mankato, refused to practice for their former head coach on Wednesday, greeting his reinstatement by an arbitrator by demanding that the interim coach keep the top job. Todd Hoffner returned to campus for the first time since the arbitrator ruled he was fired unfairly last year in the wake of a child porn investigation that ultimately cleared him. Mavericks players came out for spring practice Wednesday afternoon but were not in uniform, The Free Press of Mankato reported. They read a statement saying they were unanimous in wanting Aaron Keen to remain as head coach.

Pitching Impresses as Miami Baseball Picks Up 13th Straight - State of The U
No. 11 Miami extends the nation's longest winning streak to 13. (Thought I'd see what our Miami site was up to, and they're talking about their damned good baseball team.)

And Finally

POLL: Who Is The Most Important Returning Player In The Big Ten So Far? - BT Powerhouse
Let's take a gauge on who is the most important returning player in the Big Ten. (VOTE FOR TERRAN PETTEWAY!)

Uh... what?