Found October 23, 2012 on No Coast Bias :
So this weekend I took the hour train ride up from downtown Chicago to Evanston to join the rest of the Sea of Red, cheering on the Nebraska Cornhuskers at Ryan Field the past Saturday. The Huskers won a thriller 29-28 but you know that because you read the Husker Monday Marinade – Week 7 The post Nebraska vs Northwestern Photo Journal appeared first on No Coast Bias.
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