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Watch Wisconsin's last second game-winning goal in 2 OT vs. Rutgers

Did you see this Big Ten game-winner yet? In men’s soccer on BTN Plus on BTN2Go, Wisconsin’s Christopher Mueller’s drilled a last-second goal in the second overtime to give the Badgers a dramatic win over Rutgers. Hat tip to @BTNStudentU for posting the clip to Twitter as soon as it happened. Keep your eye on the clock as you watch the video above. With time winding down in double overtime and a scoreless draw looming, Mueller took one last shot at net and redirected a blast off a defender and over the goalkeeper for the score with just one second remaining.

Live today at 2:30 p.m. ET: Pregame Field Pass cameras from Ohio State

Our exclusive Field Pass cameras only available with BTN2Go go live at 2:30 p.m. ET today with look-ins on the Ohio State Buckeyes warming up before their matchup against Hawaii. Just click this link to watch. Use that same link to watch the entire game live, too. Log onto BTN2Go.com or launch the BTN2Go app on your mobile device to access our Field Pass camera. Our cameras will focus on both Ohio State and Hawaii warming up prior to the game, plus any other activity in the stadium, including pregame band performances. Keep an eye out for Hawaii’s “Haka” chant on Field Pass leading up

BTN LiveBIG: How Spartan football greats made history

In the mid-1960s, Michigan State was a college football juggernaut. Coached by the legendary Duffy Daugherty, they won two national championships in a row and put more All-Americans on the field in a single season than many other prominent programs did during the whole decade. And in the 1967 NFL Draft, an astounding four of the first eight players picked were from MSU. But just as significant as all that was the Spartans’ revolutionary recruiting strategy at the time, which helped sound the death knell of segregation in sports. During the early 1960s, Coach Daugherty combed the southern United States

Photo: Check out Michigan State's motivational board

The biggest college football game this week features No. 5 Michigan State vs. No. 7 Oregon. ESPN’s College GameDay will be in attendance in East Lansing for the game, which gives you an idea of how important this non-conference clash is. While preparing for tomorrow’s big game, it looks like the College GameDay crew came across something unique in the Spartans’ weight room. Check out the tweet at the top of the post, which shows MSU’s motivational board leading up to the Spartans’ matchup with Oregon. Sayings such as “demand high standards” and “great effort requires a great attitude” fill

Former Iowa Hawkeye basketball great Roy Marble dies at 48

Roy Marble will be remembered as one of the greatest players in Iowa basketball history. The former Hawkeye great died Friday at the age of 48 following a yearlong battle with cancer. After starring for four years at Iowa, Marble left college as the Hawkeyes’ all-time leading scorer. He scored 2,116 points from 1985 through 1989 and the Hawkeyes competed in the NCAA tournament in all four years he was there. To this day, Marble is the only player in Iowa basketball history to score more than 2,000 career points. “Roy is a Hawkeye through and through,” said former Iowa

Tom Dienhart's Week 2 opinions, observations & hard takes

"Can Northwestern really be a factor in the Big Ten West?" "I won’t be shocked if Minnesota wakes up on Sunday morning 0-2." "Penn State is under big-time pressure to win." These are a just a few of the Friday topics of Tom Dienhart tackles heading into Saturday's games.

Watch BTN2Go's free pregame Field Pass camera live from Ohio State on Saturday

Thanks to our exclusive Field Pass cameras only available with BTN2Go, Big Ten fans will get an early live look at the Ohio State Buckeyes warming up before their matchup against Hawaii at 3:30 p.m. ET on BTN. One hour before the game (2:30 p.m. ET) log onto BTN2Go.com or launch the BTN2Go app on your mobile device to access our Field Pass camera.

Big Ten links: On big games ahead, injuries & the new 'crop top' rule

Did you know there is a new rule that says players’ shirts must cover their bellies? See what one Big Ten running back said about it, plus look at stories covering Penn State's offensive line shift, what Notre Dame thinks of the rivalry game against Michigan, and one writer's theory on why Cardale Jones started against Virginia Tech.

Iowa football to honor former Hawkeye player Sash with No. 9 on helmets

On Saturday, the Iowa Hawkeyes will honor the late Tyler Sash by replacing one Hawkeye on their helmets with No. 9, the number Sash wore as a member of the football team. Iowa plays at Iowa State at 4:45 p.m. ET on Saturday. Sash started 37 games for the Hawkeyes from 2008-10, earning first-team All-Big Ten honors in 2009 and 2010. He was fourth all-time in interception return yardage in the Big Ten when he graduated, and his 13 picks were fifth-best in school history. Sash, a safety who won a Super Bowl with the New York Giants, died at the

BTN LiveBIG: Illinois professor works to prevent asteroid Armageddon

First, the bad news: Right now, there are giant rocks — some of them the size of U.S. states — out in space that could collide with our planet, wiping out most of life on Earth. Now, the good news: First, no major asteroid is expected to hit our world for a while. And second, when one does threaten us, we have a fairly straightforward plan to deal with it, thanks in large part to Bruce Conway. A professor emeritus of aerospace engineering at the University of Illinois, Conway spent several years working out a solution for the eventual possibility