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Frosted Flakes: Early Signing Day, The Most Expensive Airplane Ticket & Is Die Hard a Christmas Movie?

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Early Signing Day has come and gone and I think Scott Frost and Company have all exceeded our expectations in recruiting this year despite the disappointment of the 2019 season. I’m excited for what’s ahead but I will remain cautiously optimistic after what happened this season.

With Christmas/Hanukkah/Festivus/Kwanza approaching, we’ve reached the time of year where Christmas/Holiday movies are watched endlessly and we debate whether or not a specific movie is a Christmas movie. Today we settle one of those debates once and for all.


Is Die Hard a Christmas Movie?

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What is your favorite Christmas Movie? Which Christmas movies have you been watching this month? Feel free to share that and also why Die Hard is a Christmas Movie in the comments. Anyways...onto Flakes.

Frosted Flakes

Yesterday was Early Signing Day so you can catch up with all the information by the clicking the links from here at Corn Nation,, Hail Varsity, 247 Sports, Lincoln Journal Star, Omaha-World Herald and of course our press conference recap here.

In volleyball news, Lauren Stivrins and Lexi Sun were named AVCA All-Americans (second-team and third-team respectively. Nicklin Hames and Madi Kubik also received AVCA honorable mentions.

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One Last Thing

This is completely insane!