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McKewon: Tommy Armstrong, Tim Beck make strong cases in Huskers' bowl loss

The last pull of the slot machine didn’t produce a jackpot. And there were no more coins to plug the machine, either. In email and on social media, a few readers urged me to fully “move on” from the Pelini era. Those calls were — still are — premature. It’s over — but it’s not through. It’s still in the bloodstream.

FOOTBALL

Just out of reach: Valiant effort, end result mirror NU in the Bo Pelini era

Just short of a big bang. But sure as heck stronger than a whimper. Nebraska lost 45-42 to No. 24 USC in a Holiday Bowl thriller that left coaches and players reflective...

FOOTBALL

New Husker strength coach earns 
raves from USC players

With his hands on his hips, Nebraska’s new strength coach stood on the outskirts of USC’s celebratory midfield huddle Saturday night as the Trojans’ fight song echoed of...

BASKETBALL

With carryover missing, Husker hoops sometimes seem stuck between seasons

Nebraska enters Big Ten men’s basketball play this week bearing a label with the following instructions: Some assembly still required. With seven of the top eight player...

Women's basketball: Nebraska at Minnesota
Updated: December 28, 2014 - 8:03 pm
Photos: Huskers in the NFL, Dec. 28
Posted: December 28, 2014
Game replay: USC 45, Nebraska 42
Updated: December 28, 2014 - 1:00 am
Video: Sam McKewon's Holiday Bowl analysis
Updated: December 28, 2014 - 1:30 am
Tom's Takes: USC 45, Nebraska 42
Updated: December 28, 2014 - 1:26 am
They said it: Mike Riley interviewed during Holiday Bowl
Updated: December 28, 2014 - 12:02 am

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McKewon: Tommy Armstrong, Tim Beck make strong cases in Huskers' bowl loss

The last pull of the slot machine didn’t produce a jackpot. And there were no more coins to plug the machine, either. In email and on social med...

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