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Re: This year's black eyes

In a message dated 01/02/2004 3:28:06 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
richa@midlands.net writes:

> From a Nebraska point of view, it's just a shame that somehow both of the
> teams didn't lose.  'course that's probably a parochrial view.

My good Nebraska friend and I have shared several New Year's Days watching 
FSU-Nebraska games.  Seems to me I remember FSU usually won.  Don't know what 
their hang-up with Miami is - just can't seem to pull that one off.

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