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Six Big Ten Teams Make Coaches' Poll

A season-high six Big Ten football teams are ranked in the Coaches’ Poll, released Sunday afternoon. One week after having five teams ranked, the Big Ten added a sixth as Penn State returned to the poll, at No. 25, for the fist time since Sept. 6. Four of the Big Ten teams land in the top 15, with Wisconsin leading the way, at No. 4. Michigan lands at No. 10, its first top 10 ranking since 2007, while Nebraska (No. 14), Illinois (No. 15), and Michigan State (No. 19) round out the Big Ten teams.

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Tonight on BTN: Ohio State at Nebraska

Nebraska's Jared Crick

Ohio State at Nebraska - Football Highlgihts

The votes are in, and Big Ten fans selected Nebraska’s comeback win over Ohio State as the Week 6 “Big Ten Game of the Week.” Catch the game again at 8 p.m. ET Sunday on BTN. The Huskers, playing their first Big Ten home game, rallied from a 21-point halftime deficit to card the biggest comeback in program history. Trailing 27-6 minutes into the third quarter, things were not looking good at all. But Taylor Martinez soon caught fire and accounted for three touchdowns, including a pair of touchdown passes, in the next 14-plus minutes, setting up Rex Burkhead’s game-winning scoring scamper with 5:10 left.

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Final: Nebraska 34, Ohio State 27

Nebraska's Rex Burkhead

Ohio State at Nebraska - Football Highlgihts

One of the best running backs in the Big Ten, No. 15 Nebraska’s Rex Burkhead ran all over Ohio State, carrying Nebraska (5-1) to a 34-27 victory on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Burkhead, who came in ranked No. 2 in the conference in rushing yards at 516 per game, rushed 26 times for 119 yards and one touchdown. Things looked grim for the Cornhuskers, but Nebraska stormed back to clinch the victory in Nebraska’s biggest comeback in school history. The Cornhuskers climbed back from a 21-point deficit to pull off the comeback.

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Final: Michigan 42, Northwestern 24

Michigan's Denard Robinson

Michigan at Northwestern - Football Highlgihts

Northwestern’s had no answer for Denard Robinson, who ran wild to lead No. 11 Michigan to a 42-24 victory on Saturday at Ryan Field. Robinson, who came in ranked No. 1 in the conference in rushing yards at 603 per game, rushed 25 times for 113 yards and two touchdowns. Michigan’s (6-0) passing game looked unstoppable at times against Northwestern’s defense. The Wolverines’ air attack couldn’t be contained, as they torched Northwestern (2-3) for 362 yards and two touchdowns.

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