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Topic - Ricky Henry
Washington defensive tackle Alameda Ta'amu smiled when asked about Nebraska, so much so his mouth guard with the words "big daddy" on it showed.
Nebraska and Oklahoma State dominated the All-Big 12 team released Thursday by The Associated Press with six players each.
Nebraska fans haven't forgotten that one-point loss to Texas in the Big 12 championship game and they're still celebrating next year's move to the Big Ten.
"I think it will come down to the last-minute call," offensive lineman Ricky Henry said.