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5-7, 4th in Big Ten - West

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

With the official NCAA determination on 5-7 bowl teams and Missouri's decision to decline a bid, Nebraska and Minnesota are in line to receive invites. Illinois needs Georgia State and South Alabama to lose this week.

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23hGreg Ostendorf

Missouri passes as NCAA picks 5-7 teams by APR

The NCAA Division I council approved a recommendation Monday to fill the record 41 bowls with five-win teams because not enough teams will meet the standard bowl-eligibility requirements.

Cornhuskers could be Nashville bound

There's not enough six-win teams to fill all of this winter's bowl games. Brett McMurphy predicts 5-7 Nebraska will face an SEC team. Bowl projections

Grades could get Nebraska in bowl

Mike Riley's inaugural season in Lincoln hasn't gone like the Huskers had hoped. It can end on a positive note if they can slide into a bowl game through the back door. Bowling with five wins?


How did Reilly hold on to this catch?

Somehow Nebraska's Brandon Reilly hauled in this catch with his hands, legs and feet against No. 4 Iowa.


Darth Vader: Cornhuskers fan?

Is Darth Vader a Nebraska fan? Well, its defense is called the Blackshirts.

Jordan Canzeri: We work hard, we fight, we win (2:13)
Iowa keeps undefeated season alive (2:14)
Iowa overpowers Nebraska, heads to Big Ten Championship game (2:49)
Kirk Ferentz: We've taken everything one week at a time (1:13)
Iowa celebrates undefeated regular season (0:25)

Iowa picks off Armstrong for fourth time

Nebraska's Tommy Armstrong Jr. now takes over the FBS lead in interceptions with 16, including four today, as his Huskers trail No. 4 Iowa 28-20 late in the fourth quarter.

Darth Vader wearing corn hat cheers on the Cornhuskers (0:13)

Armstrong Jr. picked off for third time

Nebraska's Tommy Armstrong Jr. keeps putting the ball in danger, throwing his third interception of the game vs. Iowa, picked off by Greg Mabin. Armstrong is tied for the FBS lead with 15 picks. (Live on ABC/WatchESPN)

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Tommy Armstrong's third interception goes to Greg Mabin. And Iowa is across midfield, looking for, dare we say, a knockout punch, as it leads Nebraska 28-17 late in the third quarter.


Iowa's Canzeri rips off 68-yard TD

Need video evidence that Jordan Canzeri is a machine? Here he is blowing past everyone for this 68-yard TD to give No. 4 Iowa a 28-17 lead against Nebraska in the 3rd quarter. (Live on ABC/WatchESPN)


Nebraska's Cross punches in another score

Imani Cross would not be stopped on this short touchdown run to cut No. 4 Iowa's lead to 21-17 in the 3rd quarter. (Live on ABC/WatchESPN)

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Big answer for Nebraska and Armstrong with the 75-yard TD march to make it 21-17 Iowa. The QB converted a pair of third downs on the ground and connected on four throws for 60 yards.


Hawkeyes starting 2nd half quickly

No. 4 Iowa scored on its first possession thanks to this 29-yard TD from Jordan Canzeri, extending the lead over Nebraska to 21-10 in the 3rd quarter. (Live on ABC/WatchESPN)

Team Stats

Passing Yards274.731st
Rushing Yards167.872nd
Points For32.0Tied-48th
Points Against27.8Tied-73rd

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