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Five Heart Podcast Episode 196: Bowl Games and Antigen Tests

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Greg sparks controversy by saying there are too many bowl games. This comes on the heels of the bowl system saying they are eliminating the restrictions on bowl eligibility for the 2020 season.

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This week on the Five Heart Podcast, Greg, Jon, and Todd discuss a new edict from the Big Ten which limits antigen testing and prohibits the purchase of more. Is this a neutering of Nebraska’s large roster? I mean, obviously.

And Greg feels that the bowl season is too bloated, causing many sub-par teams to be selected to fill sub-par bowl games. Is a shortened season a good way to eliminate the mediocrity of college football for three weeks in December?

Also, if you’re a student athlete at Nebraska, red is probably one of your favorite colors, right?

And if you weren’t already a believer, campus is most definitely the best place for most if mot all of our student athletes, as RB Dedrick Mills tells us.

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