Big Red Wrap-Up
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Hosts look back at the 2016 while previewing the bowl game.

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Nebraska v Creighton Women's Basketball
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Nebraska travels to Omaha to take on the home Creighton Bluejays in this in-state rivalry game. Live from DJ Sokol Arena.

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