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Did that really happen? Relive Hail Mary reaction

Jordan Westerkamp

Nebraska Wins on a Hail Mary

Yes, Nebraska fans, Saturday night’s last-second Hail Mary was real. There’s no need to check your eyes, that was third-string quarterback Ron Kellogg III throwing a 57-yard bomb to redshirt freshman Jordan Westerkamp, he of zero career touchdowns. Just as Bo Pelini and Tim Beck drew it up, right? Relive all the reaction to the memorable finish in this post.

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Twitter: Your top tweets and plays from Week 9

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Braxton Miller 39-Yard Touchdown

Week 9 of the college football season was filled with a little bit of everything. We had upsets, blowouts and plenty of top plays. Minnesota had a memorable 34-23 upset victory over Nebraska, making the Gophers bowl eligible. Iowa edged out Northwestern in overtime, while both Michigan State and Ohio State cruised to blowout wins over Illinois and Penn State, respectively.

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Twitter: Your top tweets and plays from Week 8

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Bullough Causes Fumble, Allen Scoops for the Score

Week 8 of the college football season sure was a doozy. Michigan topped Indiana 63-47 in one of the most entertaining games of the college football season. Ohio State sweated out a close win over Iowa, Minnesota got a huge upset victory over Northwestern, and Wisconsin and Michigan State took care of business against Illinois and Purdue, respectively.

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Player reactions from Penn State-Michigan game

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Bill Belton Scores Winning TD in 4OT

It would be hard to find anyone throughout the college football world who wouldn’t agree that Saturday’s Penn State vs. Michigan game was the top Big Ten game of the season. And, of course, with any great game comes great fan reactions.

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Twitter: Your top tweets and plays from Week 6

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Macgarrett Kings Touchdown

Week 6 of the college football season was sure a fun one, wasn’t it? Ohio State escaped Evanston with a gutsy 40-30 win over Northwestern, in a game that lived up to expectations. Michigan State notched a big statement win over Iowa, while Indiana pulled off an impressive upset win over Penn State in Bloomington. Nebraska and Michigan each cruised to easy wins over Illinois and Minnesota, respectively.

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Twitter: Your top tweets and plays from Week 5

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Evan Spencer 25-Yard Touchdown

Week 5 of the college football season is in the books, and while it wasn’t a jampacked Saturday in the Big Ten, it was certainly an exciting one. Ohio State edged out Wisconsin, 31-24, in a game that certainly lived up to the hype. Iowa found a way to grind out an impressive road win over Minnesota, while Illinois cruised to an easy 50-14 victory over Miami (Ohio). Purdue continues to struggle as the Boilermakers fell 55-24 to Northern Illinois.

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Twitter: Your top tweets and plays from Week 4

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Michigan State at Notre Dame - Football Highlights

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Week 4 of the college football season was somewhat of a mixed bag for the Big Ten. The team’s that were favored to win took care of business. The teams that weren’t favored, came away empty handed. As a whole, the Big Ten went 7-2 in non-conference matchups on Saturday, and Wisconsin cruised to an easy win over Purdue in the lone Big Ten game of the day. Through four weeks, Ohio State, Michigan Minnesota and Northwestern are the only remaining unbeaten teams in the conference. With that said, let’s go back and take a peak at the top plays and twitter reactions from this past weekend.

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Twitter: Your top tweets and plays from Week 3

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Cody Latimer 33-Yard Touchdown

Week 3 of the college football season wasn’t the kindest to the Big Ten, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t plenty of outstanding plays. As a whole, the Big Ten went 7-5 on Saturday, as Ohio State, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota and Northwestern are the only unbeaten teams remaining in the conference. With that said, it’s time to go back in time and take a look at the top plays and twitter reactions from this past weekend.

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Twitter: Big Ten products remember 9/11

Twelve years ago today, our lives changed. To remember those who were lost and those who protected on 9/11, Big Ten athletes – both current and former – took to social media to express their sorrow and appreciation. See some of the tweets in this post.

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Twitter: Your tweets to top plays from Week 2

NCAA Football: Notre Dame at Michigan

Kain Colter 16-Yard Touchdown

Week 2 of the college football season was a pretty darn good one for the Big Ten, wouldn’t you say? As a whole, the Big Ten went 11-1 on Saturday, with the only slip-up being Indiana’s 41-35 loss to a good Navy team. With that said, it’s time to hit the rewind button and take a look back at the top plays and twitter reactions from this weekend.

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Twitter: Reaction to Devin Gardner wearing No. 98

Ever see a quarterback wear No. 98? No, of course, you haven’t. Until now, that is. Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner rocked the number typically reserved for defensive lineman vs. Notre Dame on Saturday night, and he will do so for the rest of his career. Gardner, who used to wear No. 12, will wear No. 98 to honor Tom Harmon, Michigan’s first Heisman Trophy winner.

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Twitter: Your tweets to top plays from Week 1

Kurtis Drummond

Geno Lewis Hauls in 54-Yard TD

Now that Week 1 of the Big Ten football season is officially in the books, it’s time to take a look back at the top plays and twitter reactions from this jam-packed week. See my updated roundup as I dig deep into the twitterverse and pull the best football-related tweets from athletes, coaches and beat writers around the Big Ten.

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Twitter: Purdue QB Rob Henry apologizes for poor play

There were few positives to take from Purdue’s 42-7 season-opening loss at Cincinnati, and Purdue quarterback Rob Henry more than accepted his share of the blame for the performance. Hours after the game, Henry took to Twitter to apologize to the Purdue community and tell them that he was taking a break from Twitter “because there obviously needs to be a lot more work done.”

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Photos: Big Ten fans honor College Colors Day

Today is College Colors Day, the day when people across the nation dress in their college school colors to celebrate the beginning of a new college football season. To be fair, the season kicked off Thursday night, with Indiana and Minnesota rolling to victories, and it continues tonight. But it’s all about celebrating that first Saturday of the season on the last work day of the week.

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B1G Clicks: Tracking today's Big Ten trends

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Did you miss something while you stepped away from your computer? We’re tracking some of the best Big Ten social media happenings and posting them all right here. Check out today’s edition, including a video of a Michigan recruit’s incredible touchdown run.

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Twitter: 2013-14 men's hoops game you're most excited about?

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In case you didn’t hear, the 2013-14 men’s basketball conference schedule was released Wednesday. In a conference as strong as the Big Ten is expected to be, there are several can’t-miss games. Like, Purdue hosting rival Indiana with revenge on its mind for last year’s blowout losses. Or, Nebraska opening up Pinnacle Bank Arena against reigning national runner-up Michigan. The list goes on.

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