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Good news college football fans: In honor of the return of college football, Nissan’s popular “Heisman House” commercials are back!
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You have questions, I have answers in this week’s mail bag. The best thing of all: It’s game week, as many of your questions point toward an interesting opening of the season that includes several tilts that will play a role in shaping the Big Ten’s perception on a national level.
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Good news for Big Ten fans: BTN2Go is now available on Roku and Google Chromecast so you can watch the Big Ten Network TV and online programming through those device. This give Big Ten fans access to more than 1,000 live events and on-demand programming through BTN and BTN Plus.
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Ohio State’s Cardale Jones was rushed to the hospital with what turns out to be a migraine headache, and reports say his family confirmed the Buckeyes QB will be OK. Also, our Tom Dienhart collected more Big Ten headlines for this Thursday.
In 1970, Minneapolis was the “site” of a landmark occurrence that changed the attitudes on women in the workplace. The event in question wasn’t a grandiloquent speech from a women’s lib leader or a massive protest, but rather the debut of The Mary Tyler Moore Show.