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Enjoy the articles, that’s about all there is today

NCAA Basketball: Penn State at Nebraska Bruce Thorson-USA TODAY Sports

Not a whole lot of insight for flakes this morning. Good articles below, but there is little for me in terms of my input on them or anything else going on in the athletic department or anything else for that matter. Hopefully next Monday I can give you more than a one paragraph piece on me not writing more.

Huskers play Indiana tonight in Bloomington. Cheer loud from your couch.

Enjoy Hammock!

Anyway, on to flakes...

Cornhuskers

Gallery: Nebraska Women's Basketball vs. Rutgers | Multimedia | dailynebraskan.com
The Nebraska women's basketball team took on the top-ranked Rutgers at Pinnacle Bank Arena on Sunday, Jan. 13, 2019, in Lincoln, Nebraska. The Huskers fell to the Scarlet Knights 62-56.

Led by Sean Beckton, Huskers emphasize recruiting in the south, aim to 'go after 'em all' | Huskers | omaha.com
Husker tight ends coach Sean Beckton — a key connection in Atlanta and throughout the SEC footprint for new head coach Scott Frost — understands the area as well as

Nebraska Basketball: How Cornhuskers can ensure NCAA Tournament bid
Nebraska Basketball had and impressive non-conference season. What do the team have to do to ensure they hear their name called come Selection Sunday?

Other News from the Sporting World

The New England Patriots are the most inevitable franchise in sports - SBNation.com
The Patriots will face the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship game, despite having a "down year."

Feldman: Journey to the Center of the NCAA Transfer Portal – The Athletic
The guest list at the door is long and getting longer.

Ndamukong Suh’s stop vs. Ezekiel Elliott gets Rams to NFC Championship - SBNation.com
The Rams’ big free agent acquisition came up huge at pivotal point in the game.

College football coaches stunned by Alabama’s loss - SBNation.com
Coach convention attendees know football better than the rest of us, but they were at least as surprised by the final score as you were.

More Noise and Other Disturbances

How a poor Victorian woman changed the way we do dinosaur science

Why we should be watching the sun, not the clock | News | The Guardian
The long read: Between daylight saving and obligatory early starts, we live at the mercy of ‘official’ time – and many of us feel permanently out of sync

PayPal Escaped Obscurity by Embracing Credit Card Competitors - Bloomberg
In the age of digital payments, CEO Dan Schulman kept the company relevant by teaming up with its foes.

DNA Reveals the Hidden Jewish Ancestry of Latin Americans - The Atlantic
As Spain simultaneously persecuted its Jews and expanded its colonies in the Americas, conversos secretly came over to the New World. Their legacy lives on in DNA.

UNL team researches how minorities determine quality of life in rural communities | News | dailynebraskan.com
Census statistics show population in two-thirds of Nebraska counties are declining. A study recently conducted by University of Nebraska-Lincoln researchers found how ethnic diversity generates cultural and economic resources in

Acoustic Assimilation