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.
Every week, BTN.com’s Brent Yarina (@BTNBrentYarina) and Tom Dienhart (@BTNTomDienhart) offer their predictions for each Big Ten football game. We also provide a poll for all of the games so fans can vote for their winners. After two weeks, it’s Tom and BTN.com fans on top, at 19-5, while Brent is in the cellar, at 17-7. See our Week 3 predictions and choose your winners in this post.
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When football people discuss Ohio State defensive end John Simon, the term “motor” gets thrown around a lot. And if you watch him on Saturdays, you understand why that is. The guy never gives up. After watching his interview on Tuesday’s “The Next Level,” perhaps his eating habits play a role in making him the player he is. Watch Simon’s answer to a dietary question we received on Twitter now.
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On Tuesday’s “The Next Level,” our resident NFL draft expert Russ Lande released his latest Big Board. The top three names stayed the same (William Gholston, Kawann Short and Johnathan Hankins), while Le’Veon Bell made the biggest jump and John Simon is the lone newcomer. Watch Lande break down his updated Big Board now.
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Once again, Penn State is looking for a replacement on its revamped offense. The team announced Wednesday that starting receiver Shawney Kersey had left the Nittany Lions for personal reasons. He remains enrolled in school.
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Defense rarely has been a strength at Indiana in the last 20 years. But Indiana defensive back Greg Heban is trying to change that.
The Penn State men’s hockey team begins play this winter, and on Tuesday afternoon, the program unveiled its uniforms. Nike designed the new threads, as it does for all Penn State teams. The Nittany Lions will have two combinations, one that’s all-blue and another that has a white sweater and blue pants. See a couple pictures of the uniforms in this post.
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