Minnesota gets run over by Nebraska 41-14

Nebraska wasn't interested in being a cordial guest for the Gophers' homecoming. With a healthy faction of red in the stands at TCF Bank, the Cornhuskers cruised to a comfortable victory.
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Nebraska wasn't interested in being a cordial guest for the Gophers' homecoming. With a healthy faction of red in the stands at TCF Bank, the Cornhuskers cruised to a comfortable victory.

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