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by: Evan Bland World-Herald staff writer — Omaha World Herald 3 May
The first Nebraska football home game of the 2021 season will now be on Sept. 4 against Fordham. That game replaces one against Southeastern Louisiana that was scheduled for November.
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by: Steve Beideck World-Herald correspondent — Omaha World Herald: Big Red Today 13 May
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