Next up on our previews are the mighty Spartans, who endured a pretty substandard season last year (where “substandard” = still dancing. Must be nice.).
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Just two weeks remain in the regular season, but there still is a lot to play for in the Big Ten. Michigan State could wrap up the Legends Division this week with a win at home over Indiana and a loss by Nebraska at Michigan. Regardless, if the Spartans win out, they are in the Big Ten title game on Dec. 3.
When it comes to consistent greatness, Wisconsin’s Russell Wilson has set the pace all season. From the season opener vs. UNLV, when Wilson hit 10-of-13 passes for 255 and two scores, to last Saturday, when he connected on 16-of-17 passes for 177 and four touchdowns, Wilson has been a study in weekly greatness.
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It’s been an incredible few weeks in the Big Ten so with two weeks of football left before the Big Ten Football Championship on Dec. 3, our BTN Live crew wants to hear from you. Remember last week? We showed dozens of your Twitter tweets on TV. From bowl eligible teams to outstanding individual season, now tell us what you think. Vote in the polls in this post, send comments to us to our Twitter account @BTNLive or use #BTNLive, and tune in at 6 p.m. ET on Thursday to watch our show live.
The Big Ten Conference released its weekly Wrestler of the Week honor Tuesday. The second award of the season went to Illinois wrestler B.J. Futrell. See what he did to earn the award in this post.
Week 10 of the NFL season is in the books, and Big Ten products made quite the impact. All season long, use our Big Ten NFL Stat Tracker to see how ex-Big Ten stars performed each week. Simply click on a player’s name, and the link will lead you to his NFL.com game log. Every Tuesday, Brent Yarina singles out the best offensive, defensive and special teams performances, plus links to their NFL.com highlights. See Brent’s Week 10 winners in this post.
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