#BTNLive asks: How big is Saturday's title game?

If you’re on Twitter, you can vote in our ongoing series of Big Ten Twitter polls for our weekday TV show #BTNLive weekdays at 6 p.m. ET. On tonight’s #BTNLive show, our experts discuss this question: Is this week’s Big Ten Championship showdown the biggest game for the Big Ten Conference since Michigan vs. Ohio State in 2006? If yes, tweet #BTNYES. If no, tweet #BTNNO

Also on tonight’s show, our experts react to a wild weekend on the field, where Ohio State edged Michigan and got the help they needed to have a chance to play for the BCS Championship game next month.  But will the Buckeyes be safe with a win this weekend? Or do they have to be concerned about a one-loss SEC team? We’ll preview this weekend’s championship game in Indianapolis and talk through why it could be the biggest Big Ten game in seven years.

That’s where our poll comes in. Select your choice below and tweet out your vote. We’ll be tabulating the hashtag totals all day and throughout the show. The hashtags are:

  • #BTNYES: Yes, it’s the biggest game since 2006.
  • #BTNNO: No, it’s not the biggest game since 2006.

 

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BILL BOGART on 12/4/2013 @ 9:30am EDT Said:

I am tired of hearing about which team will jump in front of Ohio State. We have the same Scenario as we had in 2002. Other teams fell out one by one and we were left standing undefeated. We were preseason pick at #2 and guess what?? They got it right. They knew before the season started who we played, we were supposed to win and we did, with suspended players and injuries.In 2002 they said we were too slow, didn’t play anybody and couldn’t compete with Miami. Not something we are proud of but we broke their best running backs leg and their quarterbacks head. Welcome to BIG TEN FOOTBALL BOY’S

BILL BOGART on 12/6/2013 @ 12:08pm EDT Said:

Do you think that the 2013 O.S.U. football team is faster than the 2002 team that was supposedly not fast enough to compete with Miami???????

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