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Good morning Husker fans and trolls of the site. I hope you all enjoyed the weekend. The Super Bowl was fun if you were either a Chiefs fan or a fan of a decent game. Sorry to the Niners and their fans. There is always next year. (I just wanted entertainment)

Mankilling Mastodons

Oklahoma combo kicker commits as walk-on to Nebraska
Nebraska adds walk-on specialist

Nebraska football center Cameron Jurgens has success in first college track meet | More Husker sports |
A group of about 20 football players helped make it a rowdy scene in the corner of the Devaney Sports Center track near the shot put area.

State College, PA - No. 24 Penn State Basketball Dominates Nebraska for Fourth Consecutive Win -
No. 24 Penn State men’s basketball (16-5, 6-4 Big Ten) made easy work of Nebraska (7-15, 2-9) 76-64 on Saturday night in Lincoln.

Nebraska women go cold in overtime loss to Ohio State | College sports |
One of the things that Nebraska women’s basketball coach Amy Williams is most passionate about is defending the home-court advantage.

Expectations remain high for Husker baseball in Will Bolt's firs - KLKN-TV: News, Weather and Sports for Lincoln, NE;
Bolt and the Huskers hope to find themselves in contention for a berth in the College World Series this year. Nebraska opens the year Valentine's Day weekend at Baylor.

Wrestling: No. 3 Ohio State Falls to No. 6 Nebraska in Last-Second Heartbreaker, 19-14 | Eleven Warriors
Ohio State lost three matches that came down to the waning seconds. Isaiah White's last-second pin of Ethan Smith sealed the Cornhusker's victory in a hard-fought dual.

Other News From The Sporting World

College Basketball Bracketology 2020: The bubble’s revolving door is back with a vengeance -
Our latest bracket projection features three new at-large teams and some new names under consideration.

What the Chiefs’ Super Bowl win means to us - Arrowhead Pride
The founders of AP return to give their thoughts on the Chiefs’ first Super Bowl title in 50 years.

Tom Brady to the Raiders needs to happen because the NFL has reached peak nonsense -
We all need this to be reality.

Vernon Davis retires during Super Bowl pregame skit: Here's what he earned | Fox Business A first-round pick in the 2006 NFL Draft, Davis invested his earnings in several businesses away from the field.

Novak Djokovic Keeps The Big Three Dominance Alive | FiveThirtyEight
Dominic Thiem came close in Australia to a win for the next generation.

The 8 types of football coach - Banner Society
The most ironic of the archetypes. They try to maintain a level head as the “cool coach who doesn’t get mad.” In practice, this isn’t always the case, mostly because of the natural tension between a.) keeping things low-key, and b.) playing a sport based on beating the opponent’s ass like they owe you money.

Unrelenting growth leads to an unending advantage for the SEC over all but one other conference – The Athletic
The Southeastern Conference's latest revenue report shows a record for the league and a springboard for its 14 members.

XFL Viewer's Guide 2020: Schedule, coaches, players, everything to know about new football league -
Get ready for the new XFL with info about the rules, schedules and people to know

Yellow Journalism

Neil Young says the MacBook Pro has ‘Fisher-Price’ audio quality - The Verge
Verge editor-in-chief Nilay Patel chats with musician Neil Young and tech executive Phil Baker about their new book To Feel the Music: A Songwriter’s Mission To Save High-Quality Audio.

Work—the Tragedy of Our Age - Quillette
The only text I vividly remember from my university semester in Classics is a poem by Hesiod entitled Works and Days. I read Homer, of course, and Virgil, and Ovid, and the three tragedians, but their texts have long become a blur of strange names, strange desires, inventive use of parataxis and the word “destiny.”

An Anniversary Canoe Trip Down "Divorce River" | Outside Online
Writer Carson Vaughan and his wife, Mel, take a canoe trip down a not-always-pleasant river in the Nebraska sandhills, the Dismal—also known as "Divorce River."

Auditory Enlightenment