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Big Ten Blast: Sept. 26th Afternoon Edition

And here we are at the first week of Big Ten Conference games with five Big Ten teams in the Coaches Top 25. A quick look ahead: Northwestern (2-1) at Illinois (4-0) (noon ET/ESPN2), Penn State (3-1) at Indiana (1-3) (noon/ESPNU), Minnesota (1-3) at Michigan (4-0) (noon ET/BTN), Michigan State (3-1) at Ohio State (3-1) (3:30 p.m./ABC), and Nebraska (4-0) at Wisconsin (4-0) (8 p.m./ABC). Iowa (3-1) has a bye and in non-conference games, it’s Notre Dame (2-2) at Purdue (2-1) (8 p.m./ESPN). How will the Legends and Leaders standings change by this time next week? Jump down in this post and vote now on each match-up. Also today, the Big Ten announced the weekly football honors.

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The Pulse: Who Ya Got?

On The Big Ten Pulse at 6:30 p.m. ET tonight, Rick Pizzo, Tim Doyle and Derek Rackley take a crack at tackling the big stories for the upcoming week. Start the hype machine! It’s Nebraska vs. Wisconsin! How big is this game? Plus, the guys interview Nebraska’s Rex Burkhead and ask him how ready is he for Big Ten Conference play. Also, don’t forget our favorite segment “Who Ya Got?” where Rackley and Doyle square off. What’s your answer to two of our questions? Jump down in the post and vote.

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Big Ten Players of the Week

The Big Ten Conference announced its weekly football honors Monday morning. Co-Offensive Players of the Week: Denard Robinson, Michigan & Matt McGloin, Penn State; Defensive Player of the Week: Tom Nardo, Iowa. Special Teams Player of the Week: Derek Dimke, Illinois; Freshman of the Week: Donovonn Young, Illinois. Read the whole release at BigTen.org.

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Colorado at Ohio State - Football Highlights

The Big Ten went 8-2, including wins by undefeated Illinois, Michigan, Nebraska and Wisconsin, in the final full week of nonconference play Saturday. With Week 4 behind us, let’s take a quick look around the Big Ten: Illinois is off to its best start in 60 years; Indiana must recover from a rough loss, Iowa feels it’s getting better; Michigan hopes this perfect start yields better results, and Michigan State turned to a hot running back.

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Kill Suffers Another Seizure, Admits Himself to Hospital

Minnesota head football coach Jerry Kill readmitted himself to the hospital after suffering another seizure Sunday, according to GopherSports.com. The first-year Gophers coach is in good condition but will be admitted to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., for further testing and evaluation in an effort to resolve his ongoing seizure issues.

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Ohio State Tops Michigan in Overtime

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Michigan at Ohio State - Men's Soccer Wrap Up

Ohio State’s Chris Hegngi found the back of the net 34 seconds into overtime to lift the Buckeyes past archrival Michigan, 3-2, Sunday afternoon at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. The defeat was the third straight overtime loss for the Wolverines. Michigan led 2-1 late in the second half, but Ohio State drew even at the 86:04 mark before striking quickly in the extra session to claim victory in the teams’ Big Ten opener.

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Penn State Shuts Out Illinois, 1-0

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Illinois at Penn State - Women's Soccer Wrap Up

Penn State used Ali Schaefer’s third goal of the weekend to propel the Nittany Lions to a 1-0 win over No. 22 Illinois on Sunday at Jeffrey Field. The Nittany Lions (9-3-0, 2-1-0 Big Ten) used a set piece to settle the score. Christine Nairn played a corner kick to Schaefer, who headed the ball to Whitney Church on the far post. Church moved around two Illini defenders and slotted a short ball to Schaefer who put it away from 15 yards out on the far left post in the 39th minute.

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