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Corn Flakes: Sloppy Wins

But a win is a win, so we’ll take it.

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Both the Husker football team and volleyball team had wins this weekend. Aside from the volleyball team’s Friday night sweep of Rutgers, both of the wins this weekend were pretty sloppy.

I don’t know if I’ve ever watched a football game with so many penalties. It also wasn’t pretty for the volleyball team on Sunday versus Maryland, but they got it done and that’s what matters in the end.

Anyway, on to your flakes.


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