Slow day today, thought this Nebraskan's take on year one in the B1G would be interesting, now that FB is about to start and all the talk on the Rose Bowl-Playoffs-SEC/Big XII.
"A lot of cool, old battleship stadiums. And a lot of punts. The Big Ten is a good place to be. It's also still a strange land to find one's self. One year into the new life, I feel like a man without a conference. I've moved beyond the Big 12. But I don't feel like a Big Ten guy yet, either.I believe that the majority of Husker fans like it just where they are.They just don't know exactly where they are yet.
The celebration of leaving the Big 12 behind and the excitement of being the new kid in school lasted until the first day of school, when the new kid got taken to the woodshed.The big bully was Russell Wilson and Wisconsin.A blowout loss at Michigan. Finishing third in the Legends Division.
It will be harder to win a Big Ten football championship than the Big 12. That's a fact. The big reason is Michigan."
Full article from Omaha World-Herald's Tom Shatel: