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http://www.espn.com/blog/bigten/pos...tickers-records-personal-bests-define-weekendNebraska's secondary: Not only did it limit Indiana's Richard Lagow to a season-low 30.6 QBR in a 27-22 win, but it also forced two crucial turnovers and helped quite a bit in run support. Cornerback Chris Jones returned one pick for a 33-yard TD, while safety Aaron Williams grabbed the game-sealing interception in the closing minute. On top of that, Kieron Williams paced the Cornhuskers with 10 solo tackles while fellow safety Nathan Gerry had eight stops, two tackles for loss and a QB hurry. Each defensive back -- including Joshua Kalu -- played an important role in the win, and each deserves part of that helmet sticker.