Papuchis Q&A: 'We have a very talented group'

Nebraska has been looking for a consistently strong defense the last three years. Well, the Cornhuskers finally may have one. In fact, Nebraska may have one of the best defenses in the Big Ten this fall. The unit has teased in recent years while also suffering some big meltdowns.

Who can forget the 2012 Big Ten title game, a 70-31 loss to Wisconsin that saw Nebraska allow 640 yards of offense and 539 yards on the ground?

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Is the Big Ten East the beast? Perhaps, but let's see

The Big Ten East is a beast. Or at least that’s the perception.

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It's time for Thursday's top Big Ten headlines

This was interesting from media days: Nebraska’s Bo Pelini says the SEC’s dominance is exaggerated by the media.

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BTN LiveBIG: Indiana is helping disabled graduates

When high school students with mental disabilities graduate, they all too often lack the knowledge, connections and support needed to seek full-time employment. They may have the skills to do a particular job, but they won’t know the first thing about how to search for openings, create a résumé or build up their professional network.

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Video: Ohio State chest bump is blooper-worthy

What happens when one teammate, weighing 342 pounds, and another, checking in at 170 pounds, chest bump? Random question, sure, but it happened Wednesday at Ohio State’s team photo day. As expected, the diminutive one, RB Devonte Butler, bounced off the behemoth, DL Chris Carter, and ended up on the floor. Watch the video above.

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