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Ameer Abdullah

Tom's Top 10: Abdullah, Huskers getting it done

Lots went on in Week 11. Wisconsin clinched the Leaders Division spot in the Big Ten championship game. Also, Nebraska stayed in control in the Legends, Minnesota became bowl eligible, Purdue’s bowl hopes remained alive, Northwestern’s hopes of getting to the Big Ten title game ended, Indiana’s Rose Bowl dreams got smashed … here’s my Top 10. 1. Montee Ball needs one more touchdown to tie former Miami (Ohio) running back Travis Prentice for the NCAA all-time lead. With two games left, plus the Big Ten title game and a bowl game, I think it’s a cinch Ball will get

Devin Gardner

Dienhart: 5 things I learned in Week 11

This was one of the top Saturday’s of the season, as the division races came into even sharper focus. In fact, Wisconsin sewed up the Leaders Division bid to the Big Ten title game, while Nebraska remained in control of the Legends with a fourth victory in succession and is a step closer to Indianapolis. Here’s what I learned. 1. Maybe we shouldn’t be too quick to give Big Ten Coach of the Year honors to Penn State’s Bill O’Brien. Consideration also must be given to Nebraska’s Bo Pelini and Wisconsin’s Bret Bielema. Pelini has done a great job getting

Michigan State Soccer

Spartans nip Wolverines in OT for B1G tourney crown

No. 5 Michigan State defeated No. 3 Michigan, 2-1, in overtime Sunday afternoon in Evanston, Ill, to claim the 2012 Men’s Soccer Big Ten Tournament Championship. Seven minutes into the extra frame, Sean Conerty found the back of the net to give the Spartans the win and their third Big Ten Tournament title. Adam Montague opened up the scoring, netting a goal in the 38th minute from 22 yards out. After back and forth play, T.J. Roehn nailed the equalizer for the Wolverines in the 87th minute to force overtime. 2012 All-Tournament Team Eriq Zavaleta, Indiana Adam Grinwis, Michigan T.J. Roehn, Michigan

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U.S. Marines Corps: Leaders of Week 11

Every Saturday night during the college football season, web editor Brent Yarina hands out his weekly Big Ten Game Balls. The series is called “U.S. Marines Corps: Leaders of the Week,” and it’s designed to spotlight the Big Ten’s top individual performances. Who took home the honors from Week 11? Find out in this post. WEEK 11 GAME BALLS 1. Devin Gardner, QB, Michigan: 16-29, 284 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT; 9 car., 47 yards, 2 TD – One week after accounting for three scores in his first start, Gardner did one better in leading Michigan to a 38-31

Imani Cross

Snap Reactions: Huskers have steely nerve

Every Saturday, senior writer Tom Dienhart offers his thoughts on every Big Ten game. Get Dienhart’s Snap Reactions to Nebraska’s comeback victory over Penn State and Minnesota’s bowl-clinching win at Illinois in this post. Nebraska 32, Penn State 23 1. That’s four wins in a row for Nebraska since giving up 63 points in a loss at Ohio State. The 32-23 win today allows the Huskers to maintain control of the Legends Division with games left vs. Minnesota and at Iowa. You have to like the chances of the Cornhuskers to win the division. 2. The Cornhuskers are hard

Daimion Stafford

Nebraska rallies, again, takes down Penn State

Taylor Martinez threw a 5-yard touchdown pass to Jamal Turner for Nebraska’s first lead, and the No. 18 Cornhuskers overcame a double-digit, second-half deficit for the fourth time this season in a 32-23 victory over Penn State on Saturday. Ameer Abdullah ran for 116 yards on a career-high 31 carries, and Martinez finished with 104 yards as the Huskers pounded away on the ground on a windy afternoon at Memorial Stadium. The Huskers (8-2, 5-1 Big Ten), down 14 points at half, got TD runs of 1 and 2 yards from Imani Cross to tie it at 20. Martinez threw

Indiana Fans

Dienhart: Badgers dash Hoosiers dreams in rout

That “pop” you just heard was Indiana’s Rose Bowl dreams. Oh, it was a LONG shot. We all knew it. But it was fun while it lasted, as the Hoosiers came into today controlling their own destiny in a Leaders Division title chase that would land them in the Big Ten title game with a chance to advance to Pasadena. That caused America—or at least the Midwest—to rub its eyes in disbelief. But it was true. Well, Wisconsin didn’t just crush those dreams—it smashed them to smithereens in a 62-14 victory that clinched a second consecutive spot in the Big

Donnell Kirkwood

Kirkwood, Gophers top Illini, get bowl eligible

It wasn’t pretty, but Minnesota was good enough in a 17-3 win over Illinois on Saturday. In a battle of sluggish offenses, Minnesota running back Donnell Kirkwood did most of the work, rushing for 152 yards and two touchdowns. Kirkwood’s 3-yard run in the third quarter broke a 3-3 tie. He scored on a 12-yard run late in the fourth quarter to clinch the victory, giving his team its fourth straight win at Illinois. Minnesota (6-4, 2-4 Big Ten) became bowl eligible for the first time since 2009, and won for the second time in three tries. Illinois (2-8, -6)

Taylor Martinez & Gerald Hodges

3rd quarter recap: Penn State 23, Nebraska 20

Nebraska’s Imani Cross ran for two touchdowns in the third quarter, but the Cornhuskers still trail Penn State, 23-20, entering the fourth quarter. Late deficits are nothing new to Nebraska, though, as it has rallied for a win in the final 15 minutes an FBS record three times in Big Ten play. Nebraska made the score 20-13 after Cross turned a handoff into a one-yard touchdown to finish off a 75-yard drive. The Cornhuskers tied the game at 20 after Cross ran two yards to paydirt to end a two-play, four-yard drive. Nebraska started in good field position when Daimion

Donovonn Young

3rd quarter recap: Minnesota 10, Illinois 3

Minnesota held Illinois to three total yards during the third quarter and the Golden Gophers now lead 10-3. Minnesota held the Fighting Illini to one yard on the ground during the quarter. A nine-play, 49-yard scoring drive by the Golden Gophers snapped the 3-3 standstill, as Donnell Kirkwood turned a handoff into a three-yard touchdown. Marcus Jones’ punt return set Minnesota up to start the drive. Pass plays were an afterthought for the Golden Gophers, as Minnesota threw just two passes on that drive. The Golden Gophers’ Kirkwood hit 100 yards rushing for the game in the quarter, part of