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Friday Flakes: Nebraska Football - to the Excitement of Joe Ganz - is Scheduled to Play Northern Iowa in 2024

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It was announced yesterday that Nebraska has added Northern Iowa to their 2024 schedule.

That note went relatively without much notice by much of the fan base.

It was first reported by FBS

Well that schedule addition it not go unnoticed by former Nebraska Quarterback Joe Ganz.

Ganz is currently the wide receiver’s coach for the Northern Iowa Panthers. He joined the staff in 2020.

So if Joe Ganz is on the staff in 2024 then he’ll get to go up against his alma mater.


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