Spotlight shines on Michigan State vs. ND

On Wednesday’s “Big Ten Football & Beyond,” BTN’s Gerry Dinardo, Chris Martin, Dave Revsine are joined by the Chicago Tribune’s Teddy Greenstein to discuss exactly what’s at stake when Michigan State takes on Notre Dame this Saturday. Our experts will also discuss how does Notre Dame’s move to the ACC affects the national college football landscape and how that impacts the Big Ten.

Our experts will also look at these topics:

  • How confident should these teams be feeling: Northwestern, Minnesota, Ohio State, Michigan.
  • Staff Turnover: How have teams been affected by new head and assistant coaches in the Big Ten?
  • Heisman Trophy update: Our three voters give their Top 5. Plus, Martin breaks down Le’Veon Bell
  • Yahoo! Sports columnist Pat Forde joins our panel to look at the national stories: The Pac-12’s strong showing in Week 2; fallout from Arkansas losing at home to Louisiana-Monroe; Tennessee vs. Florida is a big deal again; and the latest on the health of Devon Walker, the Tulane player who broke his neck.

Follow these fellows on Twitter: Gerry DiNardo (@GerryDiNardo), Dave Revsine (@BTNDaveRevsine), Teddy Greenstein, and Pat Forde (@YahooForde).

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Kelly Rumpel on 9/12/2012 @ 11:23am EDT Said:

B1G schools don’t benefit as much as ND by playing them. ND isn’t the ND of yester years so when we beat them it’s not as big of a mesuring stick. Conversely, if they beat a B1G school their stock rises. So trim the fat, dump the Irish!

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