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4-ranked Nebraska 37-14 before 93,781 mostly red-clad fans.
The best thing about Nebraska was its fans' blind faith.
The bioscience industry is a key industry for Nebraska and has tremendous growth potential," said Jim McClurg.
Formula works just fine: Because Nebraska edged Colorado and Oregon in the BCS poll without winning the Big 12 Conference title, some have suggested to Solich that when the BCS formula is revisited next season, a team should have to win its conference title in order to qualify for the title game.
Under the leadership of Bio Nebraska, it will take commitment and coordination of numerous groups and organizations working in partnership for the economic well-being of Nebraska.
Drastic change and the NCAA are found together about as frequently as gentility and Mike Tyson, but a Nebraska victory and split-championship are true momentum.
Coordinated by Bio Nebraska, the 2010 meeting was the third Bio Nebraska annual meeting.
It's been suggested some writers will vote against Nebraska no matter how impressive the Huskers look tonight, because they are fed up with the Bowl Championship Series' arcane ratings system.
That makes it easy to forget Nebraska won 11 games and broke Oklahoma's winning streak at 20 games with a 20-10 victory on Oct.
Sometimes it is discouraging to know you did win every game all year but one, just like another team did - and another lost two - and they're still held as better than us,'' said Nebraska tight end Tracy Wistrom.
Bio Nebraska serves as an advocate and resource for the Nebraska biosciences industry, which includes agricultural feedstock and chemicals; drugs and pharmaceuticals; medical devices and equipment; and research, testing and medical laboratories.
Aside from the warm weather, unbearable traffic and frequent celebrity sightings, Nebraska fans didn't know the difference.

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