Nebraska's David Named Butkus Award Finalist

The finalists for college football’s prestigious end-of-the-year honors continue to be announced, and on Tuesday Nebraska linebacker Lavonte David was named a Butkus Award finalist. David, a senior, leads the Huskers with 114 tackles, including 52 solo stops, 10 tackles for loss and two interceptions. The linebacker posted a season-high 17 tackles against Michigan last week, one of five double-digit tackle performances in 2011. See all the Butkus Award finalists in this post.

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Minnesota's Steinhaus Wins Weekly Honor

The Big Ten Conference released its weekly Wrestler of the Week honor Tuesday. The third honor of the season went to Minnesota’s Kevin Steinhaus, who helped the Gophers upset reigning national champ Penn State. See what else he did to earn the award in this post.

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2011-12 Season Preview: Wisconsin

Our penultimate preview is for the Wisconsin Badgers, a team that’s been a lot more dominant over the Big Ten of late than most people realize.

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Nov. 21 Big Ten Hoops Roundup

Big Ten teams cruised to victory Monday, headlined by No. 15 Michigan’s 73-61 victory over No. 8 Memphis in the Maui Invitational. In other action, No. 3 Ohio State blasted North Florida, Indiana drilled Gardner-Webb and Minnesota blew away Mount St. Mary’s. Catch up on all of Monday’s action and stats on our Big Ten scoreboard. Also, check out our halftime and final recap stories from each of the games in this post. Watch our highlights from Indiana’s easy win over Gardner-Webb now.

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Nebraska Drops Savannah State, 70-50

(Huskers.com) Nebraska continued to show a tenacious defense and a balanced offense on its way to a 70-50 win over Savannah State on Monday at the Bob Devaney Sports Center. With the victory, Nebraska improved to 4-0 on the season, while Savannah State slipped to 3-1 with its first loss of the year. The Huskers, who entered the game allowing just 48.7 points per game through the first three contests, held the Lady Tigers to just 18 first-half points to carry a 38-18 lead into the locker room at the break. Read the full recap at Huskers.com.

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