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Corn Flakes: Nebraska Baseball Drops To 7th

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Jon Johnston

Nebraska baseball dropped to 7th in the Big Ten after losing their series against Ohio State.

The series was damned good. All three games were closely contested, the second and third going to extra innings, but the Huskers could not get enough offense going against the Buckeyes to win those last two.

Ohio State beats Nebraska in the tenth, 5-2 - Land-Grant Holy Land
For a second consecutive game Ohio State knocks off Nebraska in extra-innings to take the key weekend series in Lincoln.

Nebraska will play Iowa, Northwestern, Purdue and Illinois in upcoming series - the top and bottom of the conference.

Current Baseball Standings


Overall
Conference
W-L-T % W-L %
1. Illinois 32-6-1 .833 10-1 .909
2. Iowa 26-11-0 .703 10-2 .833
3. Ohio State 26-10-0 .722 9-3 .750
4. Maryland 27-11-0 .711 8-4 .667
5. Michigan 24-16-0 .600 9-6 .600
6. Michigan State 22-16-0 .579 7-5 .583
7. Nebraska 29-13-0 .690 6-6 .500
8. Minnesota 16-19-0 .457 6-9 .400
9. Indiana 21-15-0 .583 5-8 .385
10. Rutgers 12-26-1 .321 5-10 .333
Northwestern 11-26-0 .297 4-8 .333
12. Penn State 12-23-0 .343 2-9 .182
13. Purdue 12-27-0 .308 1-11 .083

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Not the best list to be No. 1 on.

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And Finally......

Steven M. Sipple: NU athletics encounter rugged Big Ten terrain : Latest Husker News

The Nebraska athletic program needs to step up its game a bit. The 2014-15 academic year appears destined to go down as a relatively disappointing one in terms of Husker athletics. With a handful of key sports still in-season (baseball, softball, track and field), Nebraska ranks 10th among 14 Big Ten schools in terms of average conference finish. NU's 6.92 finish is just ahead of No. 11 Northwestern.

THANKS EICHORST