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Monday Flakes: Another Football Loss, Another Volleyball Win and Basketball Season is Upon Us

NCAA Football: Minnesota at Nebraska Dylan Widger-USA TODAY Sports

The Huskers are all-but-mathmatically eliminated from postseason play. I mean...there is a chance...but there really isn’t.

The volleyball team continued their dominant ways... oh wait, they faltered and needed five sets to beat unranked Northwestern?

Okay, that second one is probably a blip.

At least we have basketball season tipping off!

The Husker women at least have a good shot at finishing in the top 14 of the conference. We’ll see you later this morning for the game thread. Be there!

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(The above article was written before the come-from-behind win on Sunday...)

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