Huskers commit five turnovers, fall to Spartans 41-28

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  1. Next week, the Big Ten will hand out its individual awards. Let’s take a look at where a few of those races stand with one more weekend left to impress voters: Graham–George Offensive Player of the Year 1. Nebraska RB Ameer Abdullah : He added another 147 rushing yards last week against Penn State and would have had more if his potential game-winning touchdown run hadn’t been called back on a highly questionable penalty. If Abdullah gets close to his average this week against Iowa, he’ll finish the regular season with 1,600 rushing yards. 2. Ohio State QB Braxton Miller : Given the way other Heisman candidates have fallen off, Miller would have been a virtual lock to get to New York had he not missed three games in September. During conference play, he leads the Big Ten in total offense with more than 296 yards per game and is responsible for 22 touchdowns in seven league games.

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