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NCAA Basketball: Maryland at Nebraska Steven Branscombe-USA TODAY Sports

People are getting excited.

Yes, Nebrasketball is having a late season surge for the entire world to see. They are beating teams that they may not have had a chance to a couple of months ago. It’s great and fun to watch.

So I recommend sitting back and enjoying the ride. There are three more games left in the season. Focus on them and the possibility that the Huskers could end the season at 2-1 or just 3-0.

After that last game against Iowa in Iowa City, then look towards the post season. After that road trip comes the Big Ten Tournament. If they do well enough there, then look at the post season.

Enjoy Nebrasketball.

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