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Could Minnesota make the playoff? How good is Michigan quarterback Wilton Speight? And does any team have a more critical three-game finish than Nebraska? BTN,.com senior writer Tom Dienhart offers up his weekly Big Ten football thoughts.
Every season includes a raft of surprises. And, the 2016 campaign is no different in the Big Ten. Two of the biggest: Michigan State's fall and Penn State's rise.
BTN will become the first college sports network to produce a live football game in virtual reality. The network has partnered with VOKE, one of the world’s leading virtual reality (VR) providers, to bring fans an immersive view of the Minnesota at No. 19 Nebraska football game. In addition to VOKE’s VR experience, the battle between the Gophers and the Huskers will be shown on BTN in primetime at 7:30 p.m. ET.
The 2016-17 season opens Friday night. Before the ball goes up in the air, though, I wanted to take a look at one question facing each Big Ten team.
The quarterback position was a big mystery when Michigan commenced preparations for this football season. It is now one of the team's biggest strengths thanks to the stellar play of sophomore Wilton Speight.
It’s a season of transition for Illinois, as Lovie Smith puts his stamp on a program looking to turn the corner and move up the food chain in the Big Ten West. And running back Kendrick Foster is doing his part.
Four Big Ten teams in the top 10. Five Big Ten teams total. No. 3 Michigan and No. 5 Ohio State pace the quintet, while Penn State replaces Nebraska at No. 10. See the full poll inside.
Who wins Week 11 Big Ten football games? Jump inside to pick your seven winner for all seven games, including a trio on BTN/BTN2Go.