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Saturday's baseball roundup: Gophers down Huskers

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Nebraska at Minnesota - Baseball Wrap-Up

After a 6-0 loss to Nebraska on Friday, Minnesota tied up the series with a 4-3 victory Saturday at Siebert Field. With the win, the Gophers (29-17, 12-5) return to the top of the Big Ten standings after Indiana lost, 12-1, to Northwestern. Nebraska falls to 22-26 in the season and 13-7 in the conference. Read full GopherSports.com recap and get all of Saturday’s scores, stats and recaps in this post.

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Saturday's catch of the day: Mueller or Edwards?

Michelle Mueller

Michelle Mueller Big Catch

Saturday’s Big Ten softball tournament semifinals featured a pair of highlight catches. The first one came in the first game, when Wisconsin third baseman Michelle Mueller battled the sun, wind and fence down the left-field line to make the grab; the second one happened in the second game, when Nebraska catcher Taylor Edwards went to her knees to record the out near the backstop. Which catch was better? Watch both here and vote in this post.

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Big Ten Softball Tournament: Day 3

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Kari Dorle's Ropes An RBI Single

No. 4 Wisconsin upset No. 1 Michigan, 9-3, and No. 3 Minnesota blanked No. 2 Nebraska, 1-0, in the Big Ten tournament semifinals Saturday in Lincoln. Neb. The Badgers and Gophers meet in the championship game at 1 p.m. ET Sunday on BTN/BTN2Go.

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Video: Nebraska's Tatum & Taylor Edwards profile

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Twins Tatum and Taylor Edwards Feature

It’s always a good thing when a pitcher and catcher are on the same page. Nebraska’s main battery, it seems, was born to think along the same wavelength. After all, Tatum and Taylor Edwards are twins. The former is the pitcher, the latter the catcher, and they almost always know what pitch the other wants to throw or call. Watch our Big Ten tournament feature on the twins now and catch up on all the tourney action in this post.

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Schedule analysis: Michigan eyes fast start this fall

Devin Funchess

Michigan Spring Game Highlights

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Michigan’s 2013 football slate sets up for a fast start. In fact, it’s not crazy to think Michigan could be 6-1 or maybe even 7-0 as it travels Michigan State to begin a run of five November games that shape up to be as tough as any team’s in the nation. It’s nice to have heavies like Notre Dame, Nebraska and Ohio State all coming to Ann Arbor. The November menu features the Wolverines three toughest Legends competitors in a row: at MSU; Nebraska; at Northwestern.

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Schedule analysis: Iowa bowl bid? Tough road ahead

Iowa's Kirk Ferentz

Iowa Spring Game Highlights

Iowa may be hard-pressed to get bowl eligible coming off a disappointing 4-8 season, the program’s worst since 2000. Keep an eye on the trip to Minnesota on Sept. 28 in the Big Ten opener. This game figures to set the tone. Iowa beat the Golden Gophers and claimed Floyd of Rosedale last season but has lost the last two games in Minneapolis. These are two teams trying to climb over each other in the loaded Legends Division. Iowa’s cross-over games also have gotten appreciably more difficult, as the Hawkeyes have picked up Ohio State and Wisconsin—arguably the two best teams in the Leaders Division.

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