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Week 2 Cobs: Rutgers, Notre Dame Ticket Holders, 3rd Down & A Literal Country Mile

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Yes, the Nebraska D was rough for the first 30 minutes vs. Oregon. But other things sucked too you know!

The Sea of Red was back in Notre Dame Stadium
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Well, well, well...here we go.

Nominee Numero Uno: Rutgers. Prior to this season, the Eastern Michigan Apaches were 0-38 versus the Big Ten. In fact, you probably thought so little about Eastern Michigan that you didn’t know they aren’t the Apaches, they are the the Bears.

Enter Rutgers.

You know the story. Rutgers, which is apparently in a state that keeps electing Chris Christie, got beat 13-16.


Nominee Numero Dos: Notre Dame. The Domers are a staple here, but this one will look really familiar to Husker fans. In September, 2001 Nebraska traveled to South Bend en masse and turned the Notre Dame Stadium into the Sea of Red East.

https://nebraska.rivals.com/news/16-for-16-big-red-invasion-takes-over-notre-dame-stadium

Georgia did it again on Saturday.


Nominee Numero Tres: the Blackshirts. They didn’t get any help in the first half, but still...42 points is embarassing. I checked at half-time to see if Scott Frost was trending. He wasn’t but if the Blackshirts hadn’t had some kind of identity transplant at half-time it might have been by the end of the game. I don’t want to trigger anyone, so no media is available.


Nominee Numero Cuatro: Whatever this is.

With Yakety Sax

I can’t even.

Poll

So, who gets the cob?

This poll is closed

  • 17%
    Rutgers for being the 1 in 1-38
    (84 votes)
  • 26%
    Notre Dame for selling out their own stadium to the Dawgs
    (123 votes)
  • 24%
    The Blackshirts
    (115 votes)
  • 31%
    La Tech and Miss St for whatever that was
    (151 votes)
473 votes total Vote Now

BTW, you really need to think about Eastern Michigan more. You didn’t even notice that they aren’t the Bears either, did you? GBR.