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Thursday Aug 24
7:30 PMLouisville at IndianaWatch
8:00 PMWashington at IllinoisWatch
Friday Aug 25
10:00 AMOral Roberts at PurdueWatch
1:00 PMKent St. at RutgersWatch
4:00 PMNortheastern at TempleWatch
4:30 PMNorth Carolina at MinnesotaWatch
7:00 PMHofstra at Penn St.Watch
7:00 PMPittsburgh at Ohio St.Watch

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Six Big Ten teams ranked in final regular season AP, Coaches polls

The final regular season AP and Coaches Polls were released Sunday, and six Big Ten teams are ranked in both polls. [ MORE: Michigan State earns No. 3 seed in College Football Playoff | Tom Dienhart’s early Cotton Cotton Bowl primer ] Big Ten champion Michigan State, fresh off its comeback victory over previously undefeated Iowa in the Big Ten title game, paces the Big Ten at No. 4 (Coaches) and No. 3 (AP). Several Big Ten rivals are too far behind the Spartans, with Ohio State (No. 5/No. 7), Iowa (No. 7/No. 6) and Northwestern (No. 12/No. 12) all

Michigan State gets No. 3 seed in second College Football Playoff

It's official: The Big Ten will get a chance to defend its inaugural College Football Playoff championship. Big Ten champion Michigan State earned the No. 3 seed and will face No. 2 Alabama in the Cotton Bowl on New Year's Eve, it was announced early Sunday afternoon.

BTN LiveBIG: Hoosiers help youth in Ghana secure a better tomorrow with education today

During football and basketball games, BTN LiveBIG will spotlight notable examples of research, innovation and community service from around the conference. In-Game stories will provide more background on these features, and the opportunity to view the videos again. Scoring that decisive goal, assisting in a play-making volley, or driving the ball down the court can teach valuable life lessons in leadership, teamwork and perseverance. But what if the universal language of sports can be tapped to teach other valuable lessons, ones that might not usually be found on the field of play? Researchers at Indiana University’s School of Public Health

Michigan State's LJ Scott delivers on historic final drive

INDIANAPOLIS — LJ Scott kept his legs driving. One defender tried to drag him down by his pads, another jumped on his back, and third went for the legs. It didn’t matter. The Spartans’ running back wasn’t going to be denied. [ MORE: AP RECAP | BOX | PBP | Dienhart: Shame on us for doubting MSU | Video: Spartans celebrate | Watch Connor Cook apologize to Archie Griffin | Watch game-winning TD | You’ll love these Vines ] On his 14th carry of a 22-play drive that will go down as one of the greatest in Michigan State history,

A day at the 2015 Big Ten Football Championship Game in 10 Vines

INDIANAPOLIS — The fifth annual Big Ten Football Championship is in the books, and what a day it was. [ MORE: AP RECAP | BOX | PBP | Dienhart: Shame on us for doubting MSU | Video: Spartans celebrate | Watch Connor Cook apologize to Archie Griffin | Watch game-winning TD | You’ll love these Vines ] I was down in Indianapolis and made it a point to try and catch some of the top moments leading up to the game, as well as after it. Here is a look at the 2015 Big Ten Football Championship Game experience in

Watch Connor Cook apologize to Archie Griffin for trophy exchange

When Connor Cook went to check Twitter shortly after No. 5 Michigan State’s dramatic 16-13 comeback victory over No. 4 Iowa in the Big Ten title game Saturday night, he was expecting to see a lot of congratulatory tweets. [ MORE: AP RECAP | BOX | PBP | Dienhart: Shame on us for doubting MSU | Video: Spartans celebrate | Watch Connor Cook apologize to Archie Griffin | Watch game-winning TD | You’ll love these Vines ] Instead, he was inundated with negative tweets, 140-character attacks on the “disrespectful” way he accepted the Big Ten title game MVP trophy from

Dienhart: Doubters have no choice but to hail Michigan State

It seemed America had forgotten Michigan State had won 11 or more games four times in five years. It seemed pundits blanked out on the fact the Spartans won Big Ten crowns in 2010 and 2013. It seemed experts forgot about the Rose and Cotton Bowl triumphs for this program.

Watch Michigan State celebrate 2015 Big Ten championship

Five Big Ten championship games have been played, and Michigan State has won two of them. Watch several videos of the Spartans celebrating their the second Big Ten title game victory inside.

Video: Connor Cook celebrates Big Ten title with parents

Two Big Ten championships. One Rose Bowl Game victory. One Cotton Bowl win. [ MORE: AP RECAP | BOX | PBP | Dienhart: Shame on us for doubting MSU | Video: Spartans celebrate | Watch Connor Cook apologize to Archie Griffin | Watch game-winning TD | You’ll love these Vines ] One thing’s for sure: Connor Cook has experience celebrating gigantic victories. And every one of the Michigan State record-breaking quarterback’s celebrations seems to include a special moment with his parents. The aftermath of Saturday night’s 2015 Big Ten Football Championship Game was no different. Watch Cook, who went on

Watch LJ Scott's game-winning touchdown in Big Ten title game

They’ll be talking about that Michigan State game-winning drive for years to come. [ MORE: AP RECAP | BOX | PBP | Dienhart: Shame on us for doubting MSU | Watch MSU celebrate | Connor Cook celebrates with parents | Watch game-winning TD ] The Spartans used a 22-play, nine-minute drive to score the go-ahead touchdown with 27 seconds remaining in the Big Ten title game Saturday night at Lucas Oil Stadium. LJ Scott, the player who did most of the damage on the prolonged drive, provided the decisive play. On 3rd-and-goal from the 1-yard line, the true freshman took