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Watch Nebraska present Mike Riley with game ball on Saturday night

It came a week later than expected, but Nebraska carded its first win of the Mike Riley era Saturday night. [ MORE: Best of Week 2 | Power Rankings | Week 2 picks revisited | New Week 2 uniform designs | What Tom Dienhart learned | Gerry DiNardo’s Week 2 takes | Dienhart: Is OSU using QBs correctly? | Week 2 scores, stats & recaps ] There was little drama about the outcome, too, a nice change from Week 1, when BYU stunned the Huskers with a last-second Hail Mary to snap their nation’s best 29-game winning streak in season

BTN LiveBIG: Ohio State’s build-a-brain lab

With apologies to Dr. Frankenstein, it seems there’s someone at The Ohio State University who might deserve the title “Modern Prometheus.” Biological chemistry and pharmacology professor Rene Anand claims to have grown the most complete human brain in the world to date, one that is roughly as mature as that of a five-week-old fetus. The lab-grown organ is the size of a pencil eraser and contains 99 percent of the genes found in a standard human brain, Anand said. It contains a spinal cord, all major regions of the brain and even a retina. The main thing that’s still missing

Dienhart: Is Ohio State using its quarterbacks correctly?

Another Saturday, another win for Ohio State. That’s 15 in a row, if you are counting. Ho-hum, right? Maybe not. [ MORE: Best of Week 2 | Get Week 2 scores, stats & recaps ] The No. 1-ranked Buckeyes moved to 2-0 by dispatching Hawaii, 38-0. But that wasn’t the real story from Columbus. Nope. The Buckeye quarterbacks were all anyone wanted to talk about—again. It has been that way for months. And, it’s not going away until some clarity is brought to the oh-so-important position. Think of it as the nit that will be picked at—over and over and

Iowa takes down rival Iowa State, 31-17, while honoring Tyler Sash

It would be an understatement to say it was an emotional week at the University of Iowa. First, the football program lost two-time All-Big Ten safety Tyler Sash, 27, who was found dead Tuesday in his home in Oskaloosa, Iowa. Then, on Friday, the school lost Roy Marble, 48, the men’s basketball team’s all-time leading scorer, following a year-long battle with cancer. Iowa State held a moment of silence for both late Hawkeyes prior to Saturday’s annual meeting. The Hawkeyes, honoring Sash by wearing a No. 9 decal on the left side of their helmets, started slow before rallying for

Alvarez, Osborne, others gather for 1965 Nebraska team reunion

Nebraska honored its 1965 football team during its game vs. South Alabama on Saturday night. [ MORE: Watch South Alabama at Nebraska on BTN2Go ] Among those in attendance at Memorial Stadium were college football legends Barry Alvarez and Tom Osborne. Alvarez had himself a busy day, starting it all of in Madison, where the Wisconsin athletic director’s football team shut out Miami (OH), 58-0, before making his way to Lincoln, Nebraska, for the festivities to celebrate the team that went 10-1, including 7-0 in the Big 8, en route to finishing No. 3 in the Coaches Poll. The former