staff, October 10, 2011

Monday night on "Big Ten Breakdown," Mike Hall interviewed Nebraska star Lavonte David. The senior linebacker forced the fumble that led to 28 unanswered points and helped Nebraska card its biggest comeback in program history Saturday night against Ohio State. Trailing 27-6 midway through the third quarter, David stripped the ball from Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller, and Taylor Martinez scored two plays later to make it 27-13. From there, it was all Huskers. Watch now as David breaks down the game-changing play in Monday's BTN interview.

And now, check out some of the latest Big Ten headlines: A.J. Jenkins is playing out of his mind but still gives coaches some headaches. Does Iowa have an identity crisis? Michigan hopes to snap a three-game skid against rival Michigan State. The Spartans need to figure things out on offense before Saturday's rivalry game. Minnesota's Jerry Kill is no stranger to experiencing growing pains. For a change, Taylor Martinez and Tim Beck enjoy the postgame chatter. Northwestern opted not to name a defensive player of the week for the Michigan loss. Ohio State's Braxton Miller is listed as starter against Illinois. Gerald Hodges was the catalyst in Penn State's win over Iowa. Here are four downs on Purdue football. Depth is crucial for Wisconsin's injury-plagued defense. Two Big Ten teams are slated for BCS bowls in Jerry Palm's latest bowl projections. ESPN's Mark Schlabach hands out his mid-year awards, including a detailed look at the Big Ten. A pair of Big Ten products made's Player Poll: Nicest Player countdown.