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Topic - Wayne Rasmussen
Unless the unthinkable happens, South Dakota State's game at sixth-ranked Nebraska on Saturday will go down as a forgettable matchup to everyone except the team wearing the yellow and blue.
"You can tell by the score that we were slightly overmatched," Rasmussen said. "There were very few Division II-Division I matchups. It probably benefited us a lot more than Nebraska. For them, beating the devil out of us probably didn't mean a lot."