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Do you celebrate a golden birthday? What do you do? My youngest son will turn four on the Fourth of July.
It’s his golden birthday.
We are traveling for a family wedding on the third and he will get to spend most of the day celebrating his birthday at Grandma and Grandpa’s on the fourth before we have to head home.
But, I am trying to figure out if there is something extra special that I can do since it’s his golden birthday.
Since you all are so good at giving me advice, what ideas do you have for a four year old’s birthday?
Now, on to flakes.
Nebraska
What we know and remaining questions for each level of Nebraska’s defense | Football | journalstar.comThe Blackshirts are quieter this offseason than, say, the offense or special teams. Here’s what we know — and what we need to find out.
Nebraska Football: What a Hypothetical, Big Ten-Only, 12-Game Schedule Could Look Like for the CornhuskersWhether youre a fan of the Nebraska Cornhuskers, Ohio State Buckeyes, Wisconsin Badgers, or any Big Ten conference team, the allure of a college…
Nebraska Football: Top three running backs Huskers face in 2020Nebraska football will have to face a bunch of of tough, skilled running backs in the 2020 season. Here are three of the best.
Steven M. Sipple: If Nebraska’s Class of 2019 steps up big, perhaps Frost’s sleep will improve | Column | journalstar.comHow Nebraska fares in 2020 could be largely dependent on how many players in the 2019 class have strong seasons.
‘We’re not taking for granted the times that we can get in the gym’: Seniors trying to keep NU volleyball team on track | Volleyball | journalstar.comFour seniors with plenty of national title experience are trying to make sure the pandemic doesn’t disrupt the path to a special season.

Elsewhere
Did college football return too soon? Positive COVID-19 tests generating negative views about 2020 season – CBSSports.comPositive tests, postponements and pessimism are piling up after players returned to campus
A Football Career on the Cusp of Glory, Dashed by the Pandemic – The New York TimesBradley Sylve has dreamed of playing pro football for more than 15 years, persisting through Hurricane Katrina, a torn Achilles’ tendon and the XFL. He’s still determined to decide for himself when his window closes.
Two Liberty football players cite racial insensitivity in decision to transferLiberty cornerbacks Kei’Trel Clark and Tayvion Land cite “racial insensitivity” and “cultural incompetence” as reasons for leaving the program.
College football coaches facing hottest seats, most pressure in 2020 | Sporting NewsThere is a difference between facing pressure, which comes with the expectations of winning at the big-time programs, and the hot seat — which means you might be looking for a new job if you don’t win now.
MLB 2020: Commissioner Rob Manfred to schedule 60-game seasonCommissioner Rob Manfred will schedule a 60-game 2020 MLB season, starting in late July, after the MLBPA rejected the league’s latest proposal.
Division III Bowdoin College cancels fall sports amid coronavirus pandemic | Fox NewsBowdoin College, an NCAA Division III school located in Brunswick, Maine, announced on Monday that it will not participate in collegiate sports during the fall semester.
Bubba Wallace on emotional race and show of support — ‘Sport is changing’Bubba Wallace said he is “glad to be part of this sport” after Monday’s race featured a massive show of support for the driver a day after a noose was found in his garage stall at Talladega.

Other Fun
A pool is a pool, or is it?
Philly shuts down dumpster pools: ‘We are not screwing around’The city of Philadelphia is asking people to refrain from swimming in dumpsters after a block party rented trash bin and turned it into a makeshift swimming pool over the weekend.
Who gets this lucky?
Michigan man claims second $4 million jackpot in three yearshttps://www.wowt.com/content/news/571423871.html?fbclid=IwAR329ueWsCgKTjb_6gl8Y5eHhls_OTtOZ6oQnu_d53szsWij9-65HtRaNl0

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