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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Taylor Martinez
Jamal Turner, who started his career at quarterback before moving to receiver, was back under center as he began his final spring at Nebraska.
One victory can change a season.
With a full week of league play in the books, a familiar trend has emerged in the Big Ten.
Nebraska quarterback Taylor Martinez says his left shoulder is fine and that he'll be full strength for this week's game against Southern Mississippi.
Lots of the names are the same around the Big Ten.
Nebraska's initiation to the Big Ten is over and the Cornhuskers, with an assist from the schedule, may be set up to make hay.
By every measure, Urban Meyer's first season at Ohio State was a smashing success. The Buckeyes won all 12 games, and Braxton Miller developed into a superstar quarterback along the way.
Every time Northwestern's football players slip on their workout shirts, they see just how close they came to an undefeated season in 2012.
Hoffman, of Atkinson, Neb., has won the hearts of fans and everyone in the football program for his courageous bout with brain cancer. Players from the Red and White squads left their sidelines and followed Jack into the end zone to mob him and lift him on their shoulders after his 69-yard touchdown.
Aaron Murray wanted nothing more this week than to send Georgia's senior class out with a game to remember.
Nebraska is still smarting from that 39-point loss to Wisconsin in the Big Ten championship game, and few people outside the state believe the No. 23 Cornhuskers are capable of beating sixth-ranked Georgia in the Capital One Bowl.
Nebraska's Will Compton may never forget the agonizing details of his first two conference championship game.
Rex Burkhead scored the go-ahead touchdown in his return from a knee injury and No. 17 Nebraska beat Iowa 13-7 on Friday to secure a spot in the Big Ten title game.
The scary part for Ohio State's opponents is that Braxton Miller is still learning the offense.
Wisconsin figures to see a much different Taylor Martinez on Saturday than the guy they saw a year ago.
Martinez said he was plenty sore in the hours after the 37-34 win.
"I think we weren't very happy with ourselves when we let them come back into the game, and that shouldn't have happened," Martinez said. "Great teams don't let that happen."