Nebraska continues to look like one of the Big Ten's better teams. Playing a Minnesota outfit that appears to be the conference's absolute worst certainly helps in that regard.
The Huskers lead 27-0 in the second quarter of this Week 8 tussle, and have scored points on offense and defense. Two long first quarter drives produced a passing touchdown and a field goal; an 82-yard run by Kenny Bell opened Nebraska's scoring in the second frame; Austin Cassidy's 11-yard return of a Marqueis Gray fumble is just the latest touchdown of the day.
And on Minnesota's side of the ledger, the Gophers have 54 yards and no plays of more than eight yards. It's going to be a long day in TCF Bank Stadium.
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