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Nebraska Football: Will the Cornhuskers Suffer an Upset Before Wisconsin?

photo and story by Patrick Runge

Nebraska football fans were relieved to leave Evanston on Saturday with a 38-17 win over Northwestern, and could be forgiven for sneaking a peek at Wisconsin. 585 more words

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Rutgers' Nova In Familiar Territory: Playing Well With Tough Schedule Looming

PISCATAWAY, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Gary Nova knows there’s no denying his second-half swoons.

In 2012, Rutgers was off to a 7-0 start with Nova tossing 15 touchdowns and three interceptions. 676 more words


Rutgers Gets B1G Win Over Michigan

Nobody had big expectations for the Rutgers football team for the 2014 season.

Those expectations have drastically heightened as the Scarlet Knights got their first win against a Big Ten Conference opponent, Michigan 26-24 on Saturday night. 476 more words

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Nebraska Football: Game-by-Game Predictions for the Month of October

photo and story by Patrick Runge

“Wake me up when September ends.”

- Wake Me Up When September Ends, Green Day

Nebraska football fans are quite pleased to see NU putting September in the rear-view mirror with the team sitting at 5-0, including a cathartic 41-31 win over Miami in Lincoln. 693 more words

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Geno Lewis and DaeSean Hamilton are Both Really Good

I am not exactly sure what I watched last night.

Seriously, I’m not. I missed the first half, and the final 30 minutes still feels like a blur with interceptions and holding penalties galore, but what I do know is that Geno Lewis and DaeSean Hamilton were both really, really, good again. 250 more words

Penn State is the Only FBS Program with Two Players in the Top 14 for Receiving Yards Per Game

Earlier this week when I tweeted a couple posts about Jeremy Maclin and the Eagles, a few people be like this:

So I be like: I’ll try. 279 more words

Rutgers-Penn State Turning Into A Border War Between New Kids, Old Guard

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Penn State and Rutgers have all the intangible qualities needed to develop a rivalry. Players cross over New Jersey and Pennsylvania state lines to play for each team, some smack talk has surfaced and more than 50,000 fans are expected to pack Rutgers’ stadium for its first conference game. 630 more words