The Huskers were shut out of All-Big Ten offensive first, second and third teams, announced Wednesday by the conference.
Nebraska had four honorable mentions — offensive tackle Brenden Jaimes, receiver JD Spielman, receiver/running back Wan’Dale Robinson and running back Dedrick Mills.
Robinson also was a candidate for the freshman of the year award, which went to Purdue’s David Bell.
Nebraska as a team ranked seventh in the conference in scoring offense, third in rushing offense, ninth in passing offense and fifth in total offense.
Ohio State’s Justin Fields was named offensive player of the year and quarterback of the year. Other individual awards went to Wisconsin’s Jonathan Taylor (running back), Minnesota’s Rashod Bateman (receiver), Purdue’s Brycen Hopkins (tight end) and Iowa’s Tristan Wirfs (offensive lineman).
The Huskers had a pair of players make the All-Big Ten defensive teams released Tuesday: Lamar Jackson (second-team cornerback) and Khalil Davis (third-team defensive line). Darrion Daniels, Dicaprio Bootle, Mohamed Barry and Cam Taylor-Britt also received honorable mention.
Fan interest for attending Husker home games remained high through most of the 2019 football season before waning at the end for rivalry games against Wisconsin and Iowa, according to scanned ticket numbers released by NU on Wednesday.
Georgia Tech guard Michael Devoe scored 26 points, Nebraska shot just 22% percent from the floor in the second half and NU dropped its first true road game of the season 73-56 in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge.