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Topic - Eric Hagg
Once they hung up the phones, closed their laptops and discarded uneaten sushi, the Cleveland Browns' bosses felt satisfied.
Nebraska and Oklahoma State dominated the All-Big 12 team released Thursday by The Associated Press with six players each.
Nebraska's defense better be ready to pick up the pace Saturday if it hopes to keep up with No. 10 Oklahoma in the Big 12 championship game.
"That's one of the hardest things that faces a defense," Hagg said, "because we're looking at our coaches for a call, and if they hurry up, we have to hurry up.
Eric Hagg, the Huskers' hybrid safety-linebacker, said Oklahoma's pace creates chaos.