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The Big Ten Conference announced the offensive selections to the all-league teams Wednesday, and one Husker earned first-team honors.

Tight end Austin Allen was selected as the Kwalick-Clark Big Ten Tight End of the Year.

The Aurora, Neb. native earned first-team All-Big Ten honors from the media. The coaches voted him to the second team. He is the first Nebraska position player to earn first-team honors since 2014 and the first Husker tight end to do so since Matt Herian in 2003.

Center Cam Jurgens earned third-team honors from the league’s coaches. Jurgens was named honorable mention by the media.

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Two other Huskers earned honorable mention honors: Adrian Martinez and Samori Toure.

Seven Husker defenders earned Big Ten honors Tuesday. You can see the full list of conference awards here.