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AUBURN — Gus Malzahn does his best to keep his team from buying in to both hype and negativity. Auburn didn’t get too high when it was getting patted on the back after demolishing Mississippi State on Sept. 28, the head coach said. It didn’t feel like the sky was falling after it suffered a disappointing loss at Florida a week later.

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LINCOLN — There might have been 50 people in the Big Ten meeting. But John Anthony, as he pitched the potential of a league team playing a game in Ireland, only had eyes for Bill Moos, the athletic director who represented the team he wanted most.

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LINCOLN — As Nebraska continues its bye week after a 34-7 loss to Minnesota, NU coach Scott Frost issued an open invitation to the program's freshmen to make a move during this week's practices to help the team over its final five games.

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John Anthony, who represents Irish American Events Limited, said Tuesday that Nebraska football fans set a single-day record for travel-package sales by a large margin for a 2021 contest against Illinois in Dublin, Ireland. In fact, he challenged the Husker faithful to surpass the 28,000 Notre Dame fans who made the trip to Dublin in 2012 for a 50-10 dismantling of Navy.

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Continuing a run that has him at the center of the MVP conversation, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson turned in another strong performance Sunday as Seattle edged the Browns 32-28 in Cleveland. 

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J.J. Watt didn't fill up the stat sheet Sunday, but the three-time defensive player of the year did enough to get the job done as the Texans held off the Chiefs for a 31-24 victory on the road. 

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The Browns couldn't pull off the win at home over the surging Seahawks, but linebacker Joe Schobert continued to make an impact as Cleveland fell to Seattle 32-28. 

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It wasn't enough to help the winless Bengals pick up their first victory of the season, but a week after leaving the game following a hard hit, wide receiver Alex Erickson turned in one of his strongest performances of the season as Cincinnati fell to the Ravens 23-17 in Baltimore. 

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As the Patriots continue their winning ways, New England running back James White continues to be a far greater threat catching the ball than rushing it.