Posted January 21, 2013 on
Coming off a 68-64 win at Penn State on Saturday, the Nebraska Cornhuskers look to make it two in a row, as they host John Groce’s Illinois Fighting Illini on Tuesday.
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Nebraska head football coach Bo Pelini may owe some credit for his latest commitment to a state trooper. Pat Smith, who has spent the past three seasons kicking for Western Illinois, announced his decision to transfer to Nebraska on Monday after taking an official visit over the weekend. Part of the experience included a short recruiting pitch by an officer after getting pulled over...
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A quick look at Illinois' Wednesday opponent - the Nebraska Cornhuskers
After picking up their first Big Ten win at Penn State over the weekend, the Nebraska Cornhuskers (10-10, 1-6) dropped another Big Ten home game, this time at the hands of the Illinois Fighting Illini (15-5, 2-4), 71-51 on Tuesday night.