Northwestern Beats Nebraska, 73-61Vic Law scored 20, and the Wildcats (17-4, 6-2 Big Ten) won their fifth straight to match their longest streak in conference play since the 1965-'66 season.
Northwestern Tops Nebraska, 74-66Scottie Lindsey scored 15 of his 19 points in the second half.
Four Big Games To Watch This College Football SaturdayFour Top 10 teams face stiff challenges this weekend that could affect their hopes of a playoff spot.
Late Flurry By Nebraska Sends Huskers Past Illini, 31-16The Illini have lost 14 straight and 23 of 24 against top-25 opponents.
Nebraska Beats Northwestern, 24-13Tommy Armstrong Jr. threw for 246 yards and ran for a career-high 132 yards.
Gruen's Big Ten Glance: Mike Riley, Nebraska Making Big StridesThe Cornhuskers are ranked No. 20 in the Associated Press Poll, courtesy of a 3-0 record and a big win over the Oregon Ducks.
Northwestern Beats Nebraska 65-54 For 20th WinAlex Olah scored 19 points and grabbed eight rebounds.
White Leads Nebraska Past Illinois, 78-67Andrew White III scored 21 points and had 13 rebounds.
Freshman Pardon Scores 28, Leads Wildcats Over HuskersFreshman Dererk Pardon had 28 points and 12 rebounds in his second college game.
Woman Reports Rape At Home Of Huskers' Armstrong, WesterkampNebraska receiver Jordan Westerkamp is a product of Montini Catholic in Lombard.
Thorson Helps Northwestern Hang On To Beat Nebraska, 30-28Clayton Thorson's 37-yard touchdown pass to Dan Vitale and Jack Mitchell's third field goal gave Northwestern an eight-point lead in the fourth quarter.
Late Allison TD Delivers Illinois Win Over Nebraska, 14-13Wes Lunt threw for 251 yards and two scores.
Gruen's Big Ten Glance: Mike Riley Experiment At Nebraska Already Going AwryThis is a reminder that nice guys often finish last.
Emma: From Dream Season To Disaster, Nebraska Bottoms OutNebraska inexplicably fell from an NCAA Tournament team to a miserable season.
Petteway Leads Nebraska Past Illinois, 53-43The story of Nebraska's 53-43 win over Illinois Sunday is found in the numbers. Illinois made just 15 of 55 shots, 27.3 percent, the lowest an opponent has shot against Nebraska since Tim Miles became the Cornhuskers' coach in 2012. The Fightin' Illini's 43 points were the second fewest allowed by a Miles-coached Nebraska team.