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It should be a good December

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Football season is over in the state of Nebraska. High school playoffs are over. None of the lower division teams made their respective playoffs. Of course, Nebraska’s season ended at the hands of the The Iowa Hawkeyes on Friday.

Lucky for us the women’s volleyball team has made the NCAA Tournament (like they weren’t) and basketball season has just begun. Also of note, the men’s wrestling team is currently ranked #2 in the nation. Hopefully that is still true as of the publishing date of this article.

Point is, let the football team lick their wounds and regroup. It was a tough season but next season is a new one with lots too look forward too. I am sure we will dive more into it here at Corn Nation as the upcoming weeks go by.

Mankilling Mastodons

Sherman: Despite another heartbreaker against Iowa, Nebraska needs stability that only Scott Frost can provide – The Athletic
After the third losing season in a row, a long offseason awaits. But attempts at quick fixes have failed, so it's time to stay the course. ($)

Tommie Frazier says Scott Frost 'can't get it done' for Nebraska football
The Nebraska football legend took to Twitter after the Huskers' latest loss with some rather strong words about the coach.

Where things stand for Huskers and redshirts
A look at where things stand for redshirts heading into the final game of the regular season.

Nebraska Women’s Basketball Goes 2-0 in Vegas | Sandhills Express
Las Vegas – Nebraska’s defense was strong for the second straight, holding Sacred Heart to just one field goal in the first 15 minutes to bolt to a 29-9 lead on its way to a 72-49 win on Saturday after at the South Point Shootout.

‘What a phenomenal effort’: Iowa’s A.J. Epenesa was a one-man wrecking crew against Nebraska – The Athletic
If Friday’s victory was his final regular-season game for the Hawkeyes, Epenesa went out with a big bang. ($)

Steven M. Sipple: Far less hype will make Nebraska's offseason feel much different than usual | Sipple | journalstar.com
It should feel healthy, as if we're all going on diets. Call it the "sub-.500" diet. (possibly $)

Other News From The Sporting World

Ole Miss football’s Matt Luke will not return as head coach in 2020 - Red Cup Rebellion
The third-year head coach won just 15 games during his time in Oxford.

Charlie Strong dismissed by USF
The Bulls’ third-year coach finishes his tenure with a 21-16 record.

REPORT: Texas fires defensive coordinator Todd Orlando
Texas football has fired defensive coordinator Todd Orlando, according to a report from Yahoo Sports' Pete Thamel.

Pat Sullivan, Auburn's first Heisman Trophy winner, dies at age 69
Pat Sullivan, Auburn's first Heisman Trophy winner, is remembered as one of the greatest football players in school history.

Boston College Parts Ways with Steve Addazio - BC Interruption
If you’re reading this, it finally happened. Steve Addazio is no longer the head coach of your Boston College Eagles after what can only be described as a challenging season, per a report by Yahoo...

Bengals HC Zac Taylor receives support from Andy Dalton after his first ever win - Cincy Jungle
A week after giving Andy Dalton his job back, Zac Taylor watched as Dalton and the Bengals got him his first win as a head coach.

How much money could Sabrina Ionescu make right now? - SBNation.com
Legislative changes might allow college athletes to finally cash in. What does that mean for elite women athletes like Ionescu?

What we learned from Sterk’s presser - Rock M Nation
AD Jim Sterk met with the media Saturday to discuss the firing of Barry Odom and where the program goes from here.

Yellow Journalism

Dave Mustaine on Cancer Diagnosis, Megadeth's Future - Rolling Stone
Music, Film, TV and Political News Coverage

So it goes - A Kurt Vonnegut museum opens in Indianapolis | Books and arts | The Economist
The wry author of “Slaughterhouse-Five” might have had mixed feelings about it

This man drove 113,877 miles to every town in North Dakota. His new book reveals what he was searching for on his journey | INFORUM
Jim Puppe spent more than a decade driving to every corner of North Dakota. He logged 113,877 miles on his Dodge van, often sleeping in his rig and at times subsisting on peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.