Found November 29, 2012 on The Sports Bank:
For the Wisconsin Badgers, a win at the Big Ten Championship game in Indianapolis would mean three straight Big Ten titles and three consecutive Rose Bowl appearances, a feet which is unprecedented in school history. For the Nebraska Cornhuskers, a win in the Championship game would be their official welcome to the conference as they move on from a successful history in the Big 12 and start anew in just their second year in the Big Ten. Who said there wasn’t a lot at stake in Lucas Oil Stadium on Saturday? Nebraska Cornhuskers (10-2, 7-1) Analysis: In order for the Huskers to capture their first conference title in 13 years, they will have to effectively run the ball. They rank 8th in the country with 252.1 rushing yards per game with much thanks to quarterback Taylor Martinez’s 833 yards on the year. Martinez is having his best year through the air with 21 touchdowns and only eight interceptions. While the Badgers held down Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year Braxton Miller, the...
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