Although Sunday didn’t carry the historical significance in the Big Ten as it did in leagues like the Big 12, the SEC and the Big East, it did mark a milestone. Nebraska has now been in the Big Ten for a full year.
The Huskers left the Big 12 for the Big Ten on July 1, 2011. Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany called it “a good day to celebrate and recognize.”
Well, today is a good day to look back on the Huskers’ first year in the Big Ten.
The team entered the fall picked by many to win the league, but ended up going 9-4 and finishing third in the Legends division.
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