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Tom getting ready to board the plane.Thanks again to our generous host.
Tom settles in for a two hour four minute flight to Omaha.
Melissa, Larry, Debbie and Randy buckled in and ready for take off.
Friday night's opening ceremonies were open to the public.
Tom at Rosenblatt Stadium entrance.
An amazing fireworks display concluded the opening ceremonies.
Melissa and Debbie arrive at Rosenblatt.
View from our seats at the Arkansas - Fullerton game. We were in the shade.
We heard a lot of "Here Pig Pig PIg,Sooooeeee" during this game.
The statue out front in all the ESPN shots.
This BBQ Place/Bar was in a church building complete with stained glass windows. The food was great and so was the entertainment. Met a guy who played on the Nebraska team at USM in 2003.
Golden Eagle fans bought souvenirs.
Outside Rosenblatt stadium there was plenty to do and see.
TEXANS! What else can you say about this?
Nebraskans recruited to be Southern Miss vigilante cheerleaders. They were awesome!
Southern Miss fans cheering. The dome at the Zoo in the background.
Seymour did an outstanding job leading the cheers.
Southern Miss on the field in Sunday's game.
Welcome to downtown Omaha in the Old Market area which was really cool.
Debbie in the Old Market area of Omaha.
Larry standing by one of the many restaurants and shops.
Tom, Debbie & Melissa outside the Upstream Restaurant after lunch. The building used to be a firestation.
OK, we had to know what was in the dome. It's a desert dome and it's HOT in there.
The Omaha Zoo was incredibe. This is a rare white tiger.
The gorilla exhibit was huge with many gorillas. They would come up to the glass and stare back at the humans.
Tuesday's Southern Miss game.
Southern Miss players during the National Athem at Tuesday's game.
Rock 104 group - L-R, Tom Colt, Randy Johnson, Melissa Johnson, Debbie Blakeney, & Larry Blakeney
Scoreboard during Tuesday game.
Omaha skyline from the Golden Eagle get together at Horseshoe Casino.
Tom on the plane heading home.
Larry and Debbie back home. It was an awesome once in a lifetime trip.
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