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Here we have Michigan State’s Johnny Adams and Nebraska’s Kenny Bell engaging in some post-whistle extracurriculars, the regular pushing and shoving to which football is accustomed. Except Adams took it a step too far when he tried to draw a flag with an egregious flop. Notice the referee on the left, who is completely unamused and doesn’t even flinch.
At 2:30 on ABC, Nebraska will travel to Illinois to face Northwestern in a primetime Big Ten matchup. But not before nap time. The Northwestern players, who claim their nap routine is ruined by the 2:30 start time, will have a mandatory nap organized by head coach Pat Fitzgerald.
The great thing about replay is that it slows down an otherwise difficult-to-see play and lets viewers make the call. (We’re all refs anyway, right?) This might seem obvious to you. Not to ESPN, apparently, as they decided that their bottom line was more important than the live broadcast that John Skipper so dearly cares about.
Charlie Rogers, a 33-year-old former Nebraska women’s basketball player who is openly gay, reported to police back in July that three men broke into her home and carved homophobic slurs into her body with knives. She then said the men tried to burn down her home (with her in it) and maintained that she was attacked because she is a lesbian. Now, it looks like Rogers may have made the whole thing up. Details, after the jump.