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West Division

Overall Conf
Nebraska 7-1 3-1
Minnesota 6-2 3-1
Iowa 5-2 2-1
Wisconson 5-2 2-1
Northwestern 3-4 2-2
Purdue 3-5 1-3
Illinois 4-4 1-3

East Division

Overall Conf
Michigan State 7-1 4-0
Ohio State 6-1 3-0
Maryland 5-3 2-2
Rutgers 5-3 1-3
Penn State 4-3 1-3
Michigan 3-5 1-3
Indiana 3-4 0-3

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Sweatshirt Sale

We are having a SweatShirt Sale. Visit the Merchandise Page

Valentino's Pizza

Bay Area Huskers has three Valentino's Hamburger pizzas for sale. Each is $36.00.  Send an email to husker@bayareahuskers.org if interested.  I will arrange to get it to you. 

Next Game Match-up

Nebraska will play Purdue at 12:30 pm (PST) on Saturday, November 1. Game will be on ABC or ESPN2.

Watch sites will be the place to be next weekend

The Huskers beat Rutgers on Saturday 42-24 as Ameer as a big day.

Watch Sites

We have three new exciting watch sites this year which includes Bufflalo Wild Wings in Monterey/Seaside, Buffalo Wild Wings on Saratoga Avenue in San Jose and Buffalo Wild Wings San Ramon.  Check out the location nearest you,  Of course we still have Final Final in San Francisco and Legends and Heroes Sports Bar in Concord. 

Visit our Merchandise Page to see and order the new 2014 Bay Area Huskers T-Shirt.

New Memorial Stadium Banner

Be sure to look for our new banner when you attend a game in Lincoln or watch on TV.

Your comments and suggestions on what you would like to see on our website are gladly welcomed.

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**Remember you don't have to be an alum to participate as a member of our Bay Area chapter or be a member of the University of Nebraska Alumni Association. You just have to be a friend of the University, root for the Huskers or enjoy the company of fellow Nebraskans.**

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» Dorsey-Like Collins Earns Team’s Top Honor
31/10/14 01:09 from Nebraska Football Headline News
Thursday, one of Nebraska's most talented players transitioned from relative obscurity to a centerpiece of respect from his head coach. "Maliek Collins reminds me of a player I coached at LSU big

» Pelini Praises D-Line Heading into Purdue Game
30/10/14 22:59 from Nebraska Football Headline News
Nebraska Head Coach Bo Pelini said the Huskers "had a good week of practice" after Thursday's 45-minute walkthrough at the Hawks Championship Center.

» Nebraska Scores Well in GSR Report
29/10/14 22:39 from Nebraska Football Headline News
Five Nebraska teams achieved perfect scores in the Graduation Success Rate (GSR) report released on Tuesday by the NCAA.

» Opponent Preview: Purdue
29/10/14 15:38 from Nebraska Football Headline News
Huskers.com previews Saturday's opponent, the Purdue Boilermakers.

» College Football Playoff Process Launches
29/10/14 02:35 from Nebraska Football Headline News
Tuesday, October 27, 2014, became a historic date in the history of college football. Eight weeks into the first-ever season in which four NCAA Division I teams will be selected to participate in the