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DavidCC    1

Back in november of 2001 we were 11-0 and life was good. "It's a lot of fun, the Huskers never lose! Isaid" and I finally dragged my then-girlfriend (now wife) to a bar to watch a game, Colorado. What a disaster. I now blame her for everything that has happened since. Yes I married her anyway.

 

So in order to finally lift the jinx :restore she has offered to dye her hair husker-red and go to Memorial for a game. We have tickets for Ok State.

 

My question is, where should we go for breakfast (or brunch I guess, it's a 2:30 ko) before the game? Somewhere downtown, walking distance. Is there a homecoming parade and where could we watch it?

 

Thanks,

David

Omaha

 

PS - this is my first post, glad I found the board

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NUance    6,937

Welcome to HB, David! Gotta say, that was one of the worst games you could have watched with her. That game pretty much marked the end of an era of dominance for us. Oh well. It had to end sooner or later. I guess. :lol:

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84HuskerLaw    442

I guess I have never wanted to ask anyone not to be a Husker fan. I have not asked anyone to NOT attend a game or cheer on the Big Red. I believe we want to once again be America's team! But this guy and or his wife are cursed or something. Perhaps we have now found the real root cause for the dowfall of the Huskers! I think just to be safe we should encourage him to become fans of Ohio State and take her to those Buckeye games against Nebraska. Maybe the luck will turn for us? LOL

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knapplc    16,547

Finally clicked on this thread. It's not what I expected.

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