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LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — It’s going on a decade since Nebraska and Colorado went their separate ways because of conference realignment, and current players weren’t born yet or can’t remember when the series was one of the most competitive in the old Big Eight and Big 12.
The vibe at the Cornhuskers’ weekly media availability Monday was that the rivalry is still alive heading into the teams’ nonconference game in Boulder, Colorado, on Saturday.
Nebraska players know their history, and they also went through the emotion of last year’s game in Lincoln. Not only did the Huskers squander a second-half lead and lose, they suspected a knee injury to quarterback Adrian Martinez in the fourth quarter was no accident.
“I know there’s not a lot of love,” linebacker JoJo Domann said. “Back in the day both teams were pretty good, competing for championships, and I think Nebraska got the better of them. Hopefully, we can keep that trend going here.”
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