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September 14, 2010 at 9:18 PM

A couple late-night notes — Game available on ESPN3.com

I’ve had some questions about the TV coverage map for this week’s game.
It isn’t out yet.
But for those worried they won’t get the game where they live, if you have a computer (which you do if you are reading this) then you can watch the game, as it will be available on
ESPN3.com, which is essentially an online TV channel. Here’s the link. For those who haven’t tried it before, I suggest just giving it a quick test run before Saturday.
IN OTHER NEWS. …
— The line on the game is as low as three in some places now, after starting out as high as six.
— Here’s the coverage of Nebraska’s press conference today from Huskers.com.
— For those wondering how Daniel Te’o-Nesheim did in the Eagles’ game Sunday, he actually didn’t do anything as he was on the Inactive list. This story says it was a mildly surprising decision.
— Here’s a good story on Nebraska QB Taylor Martinez from NebraskaStatePaper.com.
Frank Burlison writes that no one in the Pac-10 offered Martinez a scholarship as a QB.
— Nebraska WR Niles Paul will go back to returning kicks against UW after sitting that duty out the first two games.
— More Nebraska coverage from Big Red Today.
— Finally, wanted to pass on a clarification from Syracuse about an item in this entry Sunday: “Sue Edson, Syracuse assistant AD for commun ications, says the profanity-laced tirade that we reported on earlier from head coach Doug Marrone was directed at Syracuse support staff, not players, following Washington’s victory last week. The rant was behind a partitioned area of Hec Edmundson Pavilion where outsiders can’t see people on the other side but can hear such talks.”
All for now.

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