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What team will replace the Huskers for you this year?

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Since it seems that the SEC is still playing football and the Big Ten is not (sigh), I’m curious who you plan to root for?

I tend to agree with Nate’s tweet here, that Missouri would definitely not be my choice.

I think I’ll cheer for Georgia or Mississippi state.

Now, onto flakes.

Nebraska

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