Dave Weaver, Associated Press
LINCOLN, Neb. — Nebraska's priority is to heal up during the weeklong wait to find out its bowl destination.
The 22nd-ranked Cornhuskers' first run through the Big Ten took a physical toll. Five starters were injured or re-injured in Friday's 20-7 win over Iowa.
Coach Bo Pelini praised his team's resolve for playing so well under the circumstances.
The Huskers (9-3, 5-3 Big Ten) will find out Dec. 4 where they'll go for a bowl.
Offensive lineman Jeremiah Sirles said he and his teammates are disappointed that they won't be playing for a league title, as they did the last two years in the Big 12, but they are excited about the prospect of winning 10 games for a third straight season.
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