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2016 Schedule
9-3, 2nd in Big Ten - West
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1dJosh Moyer

Big Ten bowl gifts: Who's getting what?

Gift cards, hats, backpacks and watches are just part of the haul nearly each Big Ten player can expect in bowl swag.

Who has the most to prove in bowl season? (3:00)
Volunteers look to build 2017 momentum against Huskers (1:58)
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Disappointment the theme for Music City

Nebraska and Tennessee were both ranked in the top 10 at one point this season. That makes this matchup in the Music City Bowl a hard pill to swallow, writes Ted Miller. Best, worst bowls

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Volunteers will rock in Music City

Adam Rittenberg admits that it's difficult to trust Tennessee, but the Volunteers will be playing a virtual home game against Nebraska over in Nashville. Bowl predictions

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3dDan Murphy

Ranking the Big Ten bowl matchups

The Big Ten bowl season is fileld with compelling matchups. So how does our top-10 ranking of Big Ten bowls look?

Vols must use bowl game for 2017 momentum (3:03)

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

With Mark Helfrich's firing, Oregon's top 30 recruiting class is now in limbo. The Ducks have 14 commitments, the No. 27 class in the RecruitingNation national rankings and three ESPN 300 commitments. The highest-ranked recruits in Oregon's class are No. 14 athlete Jaylon Redd of Rancho Cucamonga (California) High School and No. 6 tight end Tre' McKitty of Bradenton (Florida) IMG Academy. Both Redd and McKitty will be prospects other schools will surely attempt to lure away with the coaching change. Redd picked Oregon over Nebraska and UCLA, while McKitty picked the Ducks over Florida State and Florida.

Cornhuskers, Gators for Outback

Nebraska is ticketed to the Outback Bowl per projections from both Brett McMurphy and Mark Schlabach. Their opponent would be Florida, assuming the Gators don't pull off the upset in Saturday's SEC title game. Bowl projections

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Iowa player alleges racial slurs by Huskers OL

Iowa defensive tackle Faith Ekakitie said he was the target of racial slurs from a Nebraska offensive lineman whom Ekakitie declined to name during postgame interviews.

Team Stats

Passing Yards207.990th
Rushing Yards178.262nd
Points For26.8Tied-80th
Points Against22.831st

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