Bowl win would give Huskers chance to build for 2014 season, improve mood
“It's a great springboard," quarterback Tommy Armstrong said of the significance of winning the Gator Bowl. "Us being able to go out here and answer for last year and do our best this year, it'd be a great thing to go into 2014 with. We're preparing the right way for it.”
Posted: Tuesday, December 31, 2013 12:00 am
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Bridges to and from everywhere.
The St. Johns River and other smaller waterways cut into the heart of Jacksonville, the home of the Gator Bowl. Five bridges alone feed into the center of the city, including one, Hart Bridge, that lands near the foot of Everbank Field, where Nebraska (8-4) plays Georgia (8-4) at 11 a.m. Wednesday to kick off a New Year's Day slate of bowl games.
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