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Nebraska red brings welcome green for Gopher businesses

Nebraska may have rolled over the Gophers but their fans had a welcome reception at local businesses. Many Cornhuskers dropped hundreds of dollars each for food, hotels, drinks and shopping at places like the Mall of America.
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Nebraska may have rolled over the Gophers but their fans had a welcome reception at local businesses. Many Cornhuskers dropped hundreds of dollars each for food, hotels, drinks and shopping at places like the Mall of America.

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