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6-7, 4th in Big Ten - West
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1dBrian Bennett

Know your nonconference opponent: Oregon

When Nebraska faces the Pac-12's Oregon Ducks in Lincoln, both fan bases will be expecting their head coaches to deliver a win.

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7dStaff

The Big Ten's 14 biggest X factors for 2016

Every team has one -- a wild-card guy who could be great or inconsequential, or anything in between. Here are the 14 biggest X factors in the Big Ten for 2016.

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7dBrian Bennett

Top newcomer: Nebraska Cornhuskers

ESPN 300 signee Lamar Jackson is 6-foot-3, 200-plus pounds, so he has the size of a safety/linebacker but also have excellent coverage skills.

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8dMitch Sherman

Alleged rape victim to speak to Riley's Huskers

Brenda Tracy, who was allegedly raped at Oregon State in 1998, will meet Wednesday with former Beavers coach Mike Riley, who now coaches at Nebraska.

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12dJosh Moyer

Big Ten Ultimate Road Trip: Week 10

There could be B1G implications on the line in Columbus when Nebraska makes a visit to Ohio State for just the second time since joining the league.

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13dStaff

The Big Ten's 14 most important players in 2016

There's a clear-cut No. 1 quarterback in Columbus, and Ohio State fans know the success of their offense rests with J.T. Barrett. Who are the Big Ten's other indispensable players?

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Coroner: Ex-Huskers RB Phillips' death suicide

Former NFL running back Lawrence Phillips had a "Do Not Resuscitate" note taped to his chest when he was found hanging in his cell in January, according to an autopsy report released Wednesday.

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Hours after earning an offer from Missouri, 2018 defensive lineman Daniel Parker of Blue Springs South is showing out at the Midwest Elite Camp. Said MU offer was "the one he was waiting on" and he "loves Missouri." Huskers also have offered and heavily involved.

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16dJeremy Crabtree

The week that was in satellite camps

Mike Riley has been effectively using satellite camps since his days at Oregon State. With little fanfare, the Nebraska coach is at it again, and influencing California's best.

Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

Coaches from Alabama, Georgia, Louisville, Mississippi State, Nebraska and Wake Forest were all spotted at Samford's Mega Camp today. Plenty more expected to be on hand.

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20dBrian Bennett

Big Ten Ultimate Road Trip: Week 4

Wisconsin renews its rivalry with Michigan State, which appears to be the Week 4 headline game in the Big Ten.

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21dJosh Moyer

Most exciting player: Nebraska Cornhuskers

Jordan Westerkamp has proven to be a productive WR in his first three seasons at Nebraska, but he's also shown that he has a flair for the dramatic.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Numerous Power 5 conference programs were represented at the Sound Mind Sound Body camp near Houston on Tuesday. Coaches from Arkansas, Arizona, Michigan State, Minnesota, Mississippi State, Iowa State, Nebraska, Ohio State, Texas and Texas Tech were among those spotted scouting the talent on hand at Hightower High School in Missouri City, Texas.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

There are nearly 400 campers registered for the PrimeTime Polynesian Kumite camp today in Norco, Calif. During the camp's opening remarks, they were told over 60 college coaches were on hand from all parts of the country and it was stressed this is an opportunity for them to get on the recruiting radar or improve their stock. Here are some of the most notable schools that were expected to have coaches and/or staff members in attendance: Arizona, Arizona State, BYU, Colorado, Fresno State, Hawaii, Michigan, Nebraska, Nevada, Notre Dame, Oregon State, San Diego State, UCLA, USC, UNLV, Utah, Vanderbilt, Washington, Washington State

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Big Ten coaches dish anonymously on league

How do Big Ten coaches think 2016 will play out? With anonymity assured, they dish on why Michigan is the team to beat, how J.T. Barrett could struggle again and more about the league.