Catch up on Week 7 Big Ten action

Live on BTN/BTN2Go: Ohio State at Indiana. Here are today’s early results: Michigan 45, Illinois 0, Wisconsin 38, Purdue 14, Iowa 19, Michigan State 16 and Northwestern 21 Minnesota 13.

BTN’s Dave Revsine delivered his Week 7 “Numbers” column earlier, and’s Tom Dienhart and Brent Yarina made their picks for all the games. Get live scores on our scoreboard, talk about the games on BTN Connect, and get fast in-game stories right here. Find more information in this post.

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Bob Lanz on 10/13/2012 @ 1:46pm EDT Said:

A Thanks for all of those great overhead shots of the plays during the Wisconsin/Purdue game. This is the best waytoI see the line spacing and the size of openings that ball carriers must use. Too bad that the NFL and other college game TV coverage does not give the viewer this opportunity to see how difficult line play in football really is.
Congratulations again on a giving us, the viewers, this additional enjoyment for watching football on TV.

Reta Holt on 10/13/2012 @ 10:56pm EDT Said:

Can the commentator of the Ohio State and Indiana game be any more biased??? I can’t stand to listen to a commentator who so blantley pulls for his favored team. I think if a person is going to call a game you should not called it one sided. GO BUCKEYES!!!

Charlie Smith on 10/13/2012 @ 11:15pm EDT Said:

The color guy (analyst) on the OSU-IU game is so repetitive it is painful to listen to. He cannot describe a play without using the phrase “put his foot in the ground”. Learn some new descriptive pharases for BTN sakes!

cindy on 10/13/2012 @ 11:40pm EDT Said:

Am I the only one that realizes Ohio State CANNOT go to a BCS game. To listen to the commentators they are the next best thing in football. Ummm call them out like IU basketball was.!!!

june on 10/13/2012 @ 11:42pm EDT Said:

This is painful four hours to broadcast a football game really? How about fewer TV time outs like not after every possesion. Go Bucks