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BIG TEN TRAVELOGUE

McKewon: After nine seasons traveling for Big Ten football, we've truly seen it all

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Clockwise from the Nebraska balloon in the bottom left: A statue of Red Grange sits outside Illinois' Memorial Stadium; Brutus Buckeye does push-ups at Ohio Stadium; Husker fans pose with an M logo outside Maryland Stadium; Nebraska and Penn State players gather for a pregame prayer at Beaver Stadium in 2011; A miniature version of the $5 Bits of Broken Chair Trophy at Minnesota's TCF Bank Stadium; Jamal Turner celebrates his game-winning touchdown at Spartan Stadium in 2012; Part of the old floor of Assembly Hall hangs at Indiana's Memorial Stadium; Iowa players wave to patients at the children's hospital next to Kinnick Stadium; Aaron Williams exits the field at what was then called High Point Solutions Stadium at Rutgers in 2015; Purdue's band rolls out the "world's largest drum" at Ross-Ade Stadium; Boaz Joseph tries to stay warm in the snow at Camp Randall; A stuffed wolverine is displayed in Michigan Stadium; And Taariq Allen hypes up the thousands of Husker fans who filled Northwestern's Ryan Field in 2014.

Maryland 2019

There weren't many Maryland fans left in the stands by the end of Nebraska's 54-7 victory over the Terrapins on Nov. 23, 2019, but sophomore defensive back Cam Taylor-Britt directed his celebration to the Husker fans who stuck around.

Penn State 2011

Then-assistant coach Ron Brown led players from Nebraska and Penn State in a pregame prayer in 2011 after the Jerry Sandusky scandal brought turmoil to the Penn State campus.

Ohio State 2016

The Ohio State marching band spelled out a tribute to late Husker punter Sam Foltz when Nebraska played there in 2016, a few months after Foltz's death.

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