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Some things are better left undone. We also peruse some injury updates going into the bye, and [innocently whistles] include some Scott Frost news.

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Good Wednesday morning Corn Nation!

One of the “Then There’s This” stories I found is about a man who broke some laws because of his bucket list.

Follow Your Dreams, Except Maybe This One : NPR
A driver in Des Moines got what he always wanted. Police tried to pull the man over on I-80. His car had an expired registration. But he refused to stop and led the officers on a chase.

I don’t have a bucket list. If I did, it would probably include a lot of travel. And a greenhouse. And a housekeeper. One of the reasons I don’t have a bucket list is that it is hard for me to be realistic.

How about you? Any bucket list items you want to share?

Corn Flakes

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The general consensus after Nebraska’s 56-14 loss to Ohio State on Saturday night at Memorial Stadium was that the Huskers’ bye week arrived at a good time.

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Boender to take medical release from Husker volleyball
Nebraska volleyball head coach John Cook announced on Monday that junior outside hitter Olivia Boender has decided to end her volleyball playing career by pursuing a medical release.

UCF fires preemptive financial strike at Nebraska to keep Scott Frost in Orlando - Orlando Sentinel
With Nebraska and Tennessee potentially pursuing UCF coach Scott Frost after the season, Knights are trying to raise money increase pay of Frost and his staff

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