@TimWeaver20 Just a dream.
7 hours 54 min ago.
I agree. And I know exactly where the money could come from. t.co/vRndCLVC7S
7 hours 58 min ago.
8 hours 52 min ago.
That was fun.
9 hours 22 min ago.
@NathanWurtzel Secondary game for me, but yes.
9 hours 29 min ago.
So sad. Sorry, Pack.
9 hours 42 min ago.
I am still trying to figure out why the Pack did not foul there.
9 hours 46 min ago.
That was a half. #GoBlue
10 hours 33 min ago.
11 hours 54 min ago.
Before you watch the big game, check out this great @SWMcDonald86 op-ed on The Great Debate over "UNR" vs. "Nevada.… t.co/R6nh5FU68P
12 hours 25 min ago.
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