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Northwestern Upsets Nebraska, 28-25

Northwestern's Kain Colter

Northwestern at Nebraska - Football Highlights

(AP) Second-string quarterback Kain Colter ran for two touchdowns and passed for another to lead Northwestern to a 28-25 upset of No. 9 Nebraska on Saturday. Filling in for injured starter Dan Persa in the second half, Colter scored from the 1 with 1:34 left to finish a 13-play, 66-yard drive that chewed more than 7 minutes off the clock after the Cornhuskers had pulled to 21-18. Taylor Martinez passed for 289 yards and two scores for Nebraska (7-2, 3-2 Big Ten). Persa injured his left shoulder in the second quarter when he was slammed to the ground by Eric Martin. Read the full AP recap, see the box score and view the Big Ten scoreboard.

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Football Report: Watch the Interviews

Nebraska's Bo Pelini

Bo Pelini: One-on-One

On Friday night’s episode of The Big Ten Football Report Friday our crews pulled off another round of interviews with Big Ten coaches and players. Our crews talked with Nebraska’s Bo Pelini and Ohio State’s Luke Fickell while BTN studio host Mike Hall interviewed Wisconsin quarterback Russell Wilson and Illinois’ Ron Zook. Be sure to bookmark our BTN Video page for these kinds of videos all year long.

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Friday Volleyball Roundup

Penn State vs Nebraska Volleyball

Michigan State at Iowa - Volleyball Wrap-Up

The Michigan State volleyball team (18-7, 7-6 Big Ten) swept past Iowa (11-15, 1-12 Big Ten), 3-0, on Friday, Nov. 4 in Iowa City, Iowa, to open the first of four straight road contests. For MSU, seniors Jenilee Rathje and Kyndra Abron, and sophomore Alexis Mathewseach tallied double-digit kill numbers against the Hawkeyes. Watch the highlights of that game now. Dive inside for coverage of the Michigan-Nebraska and Penn State-Minnesota match-ups.

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Legends & Leaders: Races Heat Up

Ohio State's Braxton Miller

Tom Dienhart Talks Division Races

Heading into Saturday’s games BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart examines the Big Ten divisional races in the Legends and Leaders divisions on The Big Ten Football Report tonight. Let us help you get caught up: Read Dienhart’s Big Ten bowl projections, player rankings, mailbag, then check Q&A with Michigan assistant coach Greg Mattison, game previews, ten things to watch for this weekend, and his game picks. Dienhart’s on Twitter during all football games using @BTNTomDienhart and he will also chat live with readers every Monday at noon ET.

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Talking football with BTN Live

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BTN Live: ReJoice Mail - Nov. 3, 2011

On Thursday night’s episode of “BTN Live,” Dave Revsine, Glen Mason, Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith covered a host of topics in 60 minutes, including interviews with Penn State’s Derek Moye and Illinois’ Whitney Mercilus. One key part of the show is “ReJoice Mail” where fans can call and give their reaction to any game, their team or a player. Check it out now and join in next time by calling (319) BIGTEN-1 and maybe your message will get on air.

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Dienhart: Week 10 Big Ten Previews

Michigan's Fitzgerald Toussaint

Evaluating The First Year Head Coaches

Michigan’s trip to Iowa is without a doubt the biggest Big Ten clash of the weekend. It’s a key battle in a Legends Division race that is wide open and features four schools still in the thick of the hunt: Nebraska, Michigan State, Michigan and Iowa. Suffice it to say, neither the Wolverines nor the Hawkeyes can afford to lose. And the fact it’s a road game makes matters more difficult for Michigan, playing just its third game away from the Big House this season and in the midst of playing four road games in a five-game stretch.

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Revsine's Numbers: Another JoePa First

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Boom Herron: One-on-One

November is here, and the Big Ten races are officially the most convoluted mess I’ve ever seen. Actually, I’m not sure there are official stats for that kind of thing – but, suffice to say, I didn’t see this coming. No fewer than eight teams head into the final month of the regular season with a shot at playing in Indy on Dec. 3. Crazy.

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