LINCOLN — Maybe it’s historical precedent clouding confidence. Maybe it’s the big bodies that look like they belong in the Big Ten.
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Northern Iowa hosts South Dakota this Saturday as the Panthers look to remain perfect inside the UNI-Dome.
Texas A&M is average halfway through the season, and there’s a good chance that won’t change much unless the Aggies limit costly mistakes, something they haven’t done thus far.
With Saturday night's 34-7 win, Minnesota remains in the thick of the chase for first place in the Big Ten West Division. Meanwhile, you can almost count Nebraska out of the race, especially with Wisconsin (6-0, 3-0) flexing its muscles in such a powerful way. The Huskers at this point don't even look like a lock to reach a bowl game.
Behind enemy lines
MINNEAPOLIS — As the snow fell and the wind blew and October in the Big Ten West’s northernmost outpost delivered a night more befitting the holiday season than midseason, P.J. Fleck’s Minnesota team put a cold-weather beating on Nebraska.
For 30 minutes, about the only thing that kept the Wildcats close was a resolute defense and, blessedly, the fact that Washington wasn’t much better.
Seen and heard from Saturday's Arizona-Washington football game, according to Arizona Daily Star reporter Justin Spears: