The No. 4 Nebraska volleyball team used a balanced and gritty effort Wednesday night to overcome the No. 19 Minnesota Gophers 3-1 (17-25, 25-18, 25-15, 25-16) in front of 4,166 fans at the NU Coliseum. The Huskers saw three players tally double-digit kills on the night. Keving Kugler and Megan Bower recap Nebraska’s four-set win over Minnesota. Read the recap at Huskers.com and the recap at GopherSports.com.
BTN.com’s Mallory Treleaven sat down with BTN basketball analyst and two-time Big Ten Player of the Year Jim Jackson to get his early season thoughts on Big Ten basketball. Follow Jackson on Twitter (@BTNJimJackson) and watch him all season long.
Tonight at 11p.m. ET our tailgate 48 crew shows you how they spent last week at Minnesota. Co-hosts Julie Alexandria and Jason Fisher interview Minnesota Baseball Coach John Anderson, the Big Ten’s all-time leader in wins, and get a backstage tour of Minnesota’s TCF Bank Stadium. Plus, while Alexandria visit with student Fisher tests his hockey skills against members of the Minnesota women’s hockey team and . then tests his skills on the ice. Watch the show on BTN.
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The university of Iowa women’s basketball team took on Albany on Wednesday night and mounted up an 82-60 win. Junior Jaime Printy shined as offensive team leader again for the Hawkeyes with 16 points and 9 asist. Watch highlights from the game with our Big Ten Student U now. Read full recaps from HawkeyeSports.com.
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By the time Montee Ball leaves Wisconsin, he may have a place alongside a growing list of great Badger running backs. Ball already has etched his name in the Big Ten record books. Last week, he scored three touchdowns to push his 2011 total to 27, a Big Ten single-season record. He has 23 rushing touchdowns and four via the air. Ball also has thrown a touchdown pass.
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