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This isn’t Isaac. It’s either his brother Luke or an artist’s rendering of what Isaac will look like in a couple years.
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Today’s flakes is a hodge podge of goo. This is what happens when your team doesn’t make a bowl game.

Top Minnesota Gophers GIFS of the 2010s - The Daily Gopher

Because we need to brighten up the mood around here

I saw this and thought it would be fun to put something similar together for Nebraska. Note that Goldy Gopher is a madman. If Herbie Husker did ANY of the stunts Goldy pulls off, Husker fans would lose their shit, kind of like if you stand up for too long in front of them... or play too much Hip Hop Hogwash.

I am terrible with GIFs. If there’s one thing we’re missing here at CN, it’s someone who could do some quality “stupid”, either with GIFs or with Photoshop.

Let’s come up with some Nebraska GIFs for fun, “because we need to brighten up the mood around here”. And maybe if you’re skilled, and you’d like to join us, send me an email at cornnation@gmail.com.

Isaac Gifford Comes to Nebraska As A Blueshirt

Younger brother of Luke Gifford, who plays linebacker for the Dallas Cowboys, or at least he did until yesterday, when he broke his arm and is out for the season.

Isaac will join the team this spring, and either try to earn a scholarship or get one next fall, meaning he will not count towards this class. This should tell you they’re planning on filling this class.

Cowboys LB Luke Gifford out for the season after fracturing arm vs. Rams
Dallas lost a valuable piece of linebacker depth Sunday. Rookie reserve Luke Gifford fractured his left arm on special teams during the first quarter.

Texas reportedly hiring Chris Ash as next DC - Burnt Orange Nation
Former Rutgers head coach Chris Ash will be the new defensive playcaller for the Longhorns.

Volleyball announces signing of Capri Davis - University of Texas Athletics

”She’s an explosive athlete from the state of Texas that we are thrilled to get into our gym,” Elliott said of the addition. “We are very excited to welcome her to our family.”

Davis, a 6-foot-1 outside hitter, spent the last two academic years at the University of Nebraska and will join the Longhorns this spring.

This is NEWS, not a reason for you guys to go off on some damned unfounded rumor. KEEP THAT IN MIND.

Jordan Bohannon to undergo surgery and miss remainder of Iowa basketball season - Black Heart Gold Pants
Well, it’s official: Jordan Bohannon is having surgery and will be done for the rest of the season.

Micah Parsons named First-Team All-American - Black Shoe Diaries

Parsons becomes the first Nittany Lion defensive player since Carl Nassib (2015) to earn the honor.

I believe this dude was a Nebraska target at one point, right?

Penn State Basketball Ranked 23rd in AP Poll, 18th in NET - Black Shoe Diaries
The Nittany Lions crack the AP poll for the first time since 1996

Wisconsin Badgers football: Jonathan Taylor named All-American by, well, everyone pretty much - Bucky's 5th Quarter
Tyler Biadasz too. Zack Baun was shown some love as well!

IU athletic director Fred Glass to retire - The Crimson Quarry
On Monday the university announced that after over a decade at the helm Glass will retire at the academic year’s end

Ohio State head coach Ryan Day is prepared for the loss of co-defensive coordinator Jeff Hafley - Land-Grant Holy Land
The Buckeyes won’t make any significant changes with his departure

Do recruits remember your school’s last national title? - Banner Society

Here’s how old they were the last time your team won something big.

This is fucking depressing.

Heisman Trophy: Finalist Chase Young plans to return to Ohio State, not enter 2020 NFL Draft | Sporting News
Heisman Trophy finalist Chase Young has been touted as a top-five pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, but he has said he plans to return to Ohio State.

Counting Down The 20 Dumbest Moments of the Big Ten Football Season! - Off Tackle Empire
Presenting #20 through #16!

Pair of Alabama stars officially sitting out Citrus Bowl - Maize n Brew
It does not seem like any Wolverines are planning to sit out for draft reasons, but a few Bama players may be.

Iowa Football: Kirk Ferentz Addresses Media Ahead of Holiday Bowl - Black Heart Gold Pants
Let’s hear from head coach Kirk Ferentz about how the Hawkeyes are preparing to face the USC Trojans


Then There’s This

A note about Youtuber PewDiePie. I understand who he is because I have adult children of whom I ask questions, such as “Who’s that guy?” and “Why do you listen to him so much?”. So I am familiar with Logan Paul, PewDiePie, and a few others.

I find it interesting. They can’t afford cable or don’t want to pay for it, and Youtubers provide them with a form of entertainment. You can poo-poo the concept, or you can just look at it as different than what you grew up doing, which is watching the Brady Bunch and Gilligan’s Island on TV.

PewDiePie deletes Twitter account a day after announcing YouTube break | Metro News

PewDiePie has deleted his Twitter account after declaring the site has become a ‘cesspool of opinions’ which rewards virtue-signalling and ‘constant posturing’.

Twitter really is a shit hole. It’s good for nothing but a time sink. I can understand why he would delete his account, and I can’t imagine how many followers he has, but it’s still a pretty bold move.

PewDiePie is taking a break from YouTube - Polygon
In a new video, Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg — the biggest independent creator on YouTube — states that he’s tired and will be taking a break from the platform.

YouTube is growing up, and creators are frustrated by growing pains - The Verge
New policies from YouTube are supposed to address harassment and cyberbullying that attack an individual, but the YouTube community is concerned over how far YouTube will take it — especially those within the commentary and drama communities.

Is there a loneliness epidemic? - Our World in Data
Despite the popularity of the claim, there is surprisingly no empirical support for the fact that loneliness is increasing, let alone spreading at epidemic rates.