Iowa vs. Nebraska: 10 Things We Learned in the Cornhuskers' Loss to Iowa

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Iowa vs. Nebraska: 10 Things We Learned in the Cornhuskers' Loss to Iowa
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The Nebraska Cornhuskers (8-4) were blown out at home, 38-17, courtesy of the Iowa Hawkeyes (8-4). 

Iowa tailback Mark Weisman led the Hawkeyes in rushing with 72 yards and two touchdowns on 24 carries. Complementary back Jordan Canzeri also chipped in with six carries for 59 yards. 

Due to a makeshift offensive line, the Cornhuskers weren't able to function offensively at a very high level. Ron Kellogg III was pressured constantly, and thus he was plagued by two interceptions. A nicked up Ameer Abdullah gave a valiant effort, but a plethora of injuries neutralized his overall effectiveness.

It was the first time Iowa has beaten Nebraska in Lincoln since 1943. It was also the first time Iowa has beaten Nebraska since 1981.

Here are 10 things we learned in the Hawkeyes' victory over the Cornhuskers. 

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