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Catch up on Week 12 Big Ten action: Get scores, stats, AP recap & video

Week 12 is in the books, and that mean’s there’s just two more weeks left in the regular season. Here are Saturday’s results: Michigan State knocked off Maryland, Northwestern upset Notre Dame, Wisconsin drilled Nebraska, Rutgers toppled Indiana, Ohio State held off Minnesota, Penn State dropped Temple and Iowa rolled Illinois. Catch up on all of the action on our Big Ten scoreboard. Several Big Ten teams wore alternate uniform designs in Week 12. See them here. Read all of our Week 12 coverage. Get links to track all of today’s action below. MICHIGAN STATE 37, MARYLAND 15: BOX |

Twitter: Wisconsin family, NFL stars react to Melvin Gordon's record day

Any time a player does something as great as what Melvin Gordon did Saturday afternoon, it’s going to get more than its share of attention on social media. So, to no surprise, pretty much everyone had something to say about Gordon’s NCAA-record 408 yards rushing in Wisconsin’s 59-24 win vs. Nebraska. Fans, media, the Wisconsin family and the NFL world chimed in on Gordon’s record-breaking and eye-popping statistical day. Remember: Gordon didn’t play at all in the fourth quarter, so it’s anyone’s guess how many yards he could have amassed. Could he have reached the 500-mark? We’ll never know, but

Twitter: @FauxPelini has fun with UW-Madison Police handle

By now, you’ve heard all about Melvin Gordon record-setting day vs. Nebraska on Saturday afternoon. Get all of our Melvin Gordon coverage: The Wisconsin junior ran for an NCAA-record 408 yards, breaking LaDainian Tomlinson’s record (406) in 1999, in the Badgers’ 59-24 win over Nebraska. Not bad, huh? The craziest part, maybe: Gordon did it in three quarters, as he spent the final 15 minutes on the sideline. During Gordon’s memorable performance, @FauxPelini, Nebraska’s favorite Twitter handle, had more than his share of fun with the Madison Police handle, jokingly trying to find any violation to get Gordon out of