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Huskers’ West Coast attack drills Tech

The Bulldogs started at their own 20-yard line where junior quarterback Zac Champion hooked up with senior wideout Johnathan Holland twice in the drive for a total of 49 yards. Sophomore Patrick Jackson also tacked on 22 yards.
Nebraska extended its lead to 14-3 with 5:54 left in the first half with a 12-play, 74-yard drive capped off with a 13-yard score from sophomore Marion Lucky. Lucky finished the game with 79 yards rushing.

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Tech tiptoes near the top

Among the areas evaluated by the magazine were: how well a school performs as an engine of social mobility (ideally helping the poor to get rich rather than the very rich to get very, very rich); how well it does in fostering scientific and humanistic research; and how well it promotes an ethic of service to country.
After conducting their research, apparently the staff felt Tech was indeed putting the taxpayers’ money to good use.

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Where have the great ones gone?

Then Wednesday night, while watching my beloved New York Yankees attempt to add another game to their lead over the quickly-fading Boston Red Sox, a Goodyear tire commercial came on and suddenly, I understood — Peter Jennings had it right. The generation that saw us through World War II was the greatest generation and ours pales terribly in comparison.
The commercial advertised a tire — I forget the specific name, but that’s not important — that offered a thin layer of Kevlar for extra protection.

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