Nebraska started Big Ten play Saturday with a come-from-behind 30-27 win over the Wisconsin Badgers, who thrashed the Cornhuskers 48-17 last year in Madison in Nebraska's first Big Ten game.
The Cornhuskers struggled to contain Montee Ball early and turned the ball over a couple of times, but kept their cool despite a 17-point deficit in the third quarter.
Nebraska's superior depth simply wore out Wisconsin on both the offensive and defensive lines. The Huskers dominated the second half in much the same way they did in last year’s Big Ten home-opening comeback win against Ohio State.
Now the Cornhuskers head to Columbus for a rematch with the Buckeyes coming off a big win.
Here's a look at how each of Nebraska's position units graded out on Saturday.