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Aren’t we all ready for a new year? 2021, that doesn’t even really sound like a real year.
I mean, I graduated high school in 2004 and that was just 5 years ago so I just don’t get how we are at 2021 already.
That being said, I am ready for 2020 to be done.
I have never really been a resolution kind of person, but I do like to reflect on the past year and think about what I’d like to do or know I’ll get to do in the next one (well until a global pandemic ruins said plans).
In 2021 I’d like to explore more. I would really love for that word explore to mean travel, but I have learned from 2020 that sometimes that doesn’t always work out. So it might mean just continue to explore the area around us, but I hope it means we get to see new places.
Last December, I was hoping that my husband and I would be spending this week in the Grand Canyon. He has always wanted to go there, and I thought it’d be a fun 40th birthday present. I still hope to go later in 2021 and to stay in Flagstaff, so if you have any tips or places we must see I’d love to hear them.
Now, on to your flakes.
Nebraska
A sign Fred Hoiberg’s offense is still under construction at Nebraska | Men’s Basketball | omaha.comThree players account for more than 76% of the points scored by Nebraska in Big Ten games this season. That’s a sign Fred Hoiberg’s offense hasn’t fully taken hold in
Garrett Nelson had some bite to finish Husker 2020 season
Nebrasketball By the Numbers Nine Games In | Hail Varsity – Nebraska Football, Recruiting, NewsNebraska is one-third of its way through the college basketball season, so now’s a good time to take a deep dive into the numbers to see how this year’s Huskers compares to last year’s.
Nebraska Recruiting: Convincing Seniors to Return is Big Offseason Key for Huskers | Hail Varsity – Nebraska Football, Recruiting, NewsRecruiting never stops and it’s easy to miss the top stories day-to-day. Recruiting analyst Greg Smith recaps all things Nebraska recruiting news, analysis and more so you never miss a thing.
Defining Numbers of Nebraska’s 2020 Season: Field Position | Hail Varsity – Nebraska Football, Recruiting, NewsAs 2020 winds to a close, staff writer Derek Peterson looks at numbers that will come to define the year for Nebraska. Next: a losing field position battle.
Pair of future Husker quarterbacks headline All-Nebraska football second team | NE Prep Zone | omaha.comThe two quarterbacks on the All-Nebraska second team will be in the Husker position room next year. Check out who else made the team.
Football helped Husker commit Randolph Kpai adjust to life in the U.S. | Football | omaha.comRandolph Kpai came to the U.S. from Liberia at age 6 knowing nothing about American football. But he found that the ups and downs of the game mirrored the ups

Elsewhere
Clemson Tigers’ Dabo Swinney stands by decision to rank Ohio State Buckeyes 11th on coaches’ poll ballotClemson coach Dabo Swinney knows folks in Ohio aren’t thrilled about where he ranked Ohio State on his ballot in the coaches’ poll (No. 11), but he’s not backing down from the choice.
Why Washington cut Dwayne Haskins now and why he won’t be claimed on waivers – Sports IllustratedWhy Washington kept Dwayne Haskins through last week, but wouldn’t keep him through the end of the season. Plus, Doug Pederson talks job security, Trubisky plays better, so do Zeke and Rodgers, and the Bills go for the Patriots sweep.
College football first-year coach grades: Lane Kiffin passes at Ole Miss, Dave Aranda fails in debut at Baylor – CBSSports.comHow did the FBS college football coaches that took new jobs perform in 2020?
The 10 biggest surprise teams in college basketball so far…

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