Beyond: Divisions And Their Affect

On Wednesday’s Big Ten Football & Beyond, at 7 p.m. ET, Dave Revsine and the usual cast of characters will discuss how divisions have changed the Big Ten, offer the latest news on realignment, evaluate how the conference’s four new head coaches have done and give nonconference scouting reports on Boise State and South Carolina. Following Beyond, at 8, don’t miss Purdue hosting Illinois in live volleyball action.’s Andy Staples, the man for all your latest realignment news, will be in studio tonight for the show, along with Revsine, Gerry DiNardo, Chris Martin and Teddy Greenstein, of the Chicago Tribune.


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ryan eaton on 11/2/2011 @ 5:09pm EDT Said:

as i said earlier divisional play gives every team an equal chance to win the title. there are more games that mean something later in the season.

    Tom Dienhart, Senior Writer on 11/2/2011 @ 10:22pm EDT Said:

    Great point! Just look at the races as we enter November. In the Legends, four teams are still in the hunt: Michigan; Michigan State; Iowa; Nebraska. In the Leaders, Penn State; Ohio State; Wisconsin are still in the hunt. That’s seven of 11 teams still in the thick of things late in the season. Can’t ask for much more than that.