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7:30 PMCal Poly at IndianaWatch
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8:00 PMMissouri at IllinoisWatch
8:00 PMWashington at MichiganWatch
Sunday Aug 20
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2:00 PMMonmouth at RutgersWatch

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Photo: Former Ohio State coach sends Michigan player a touching letter

There are plenty of great, touching stories throughout the college football world… And then there is this story. [ MORE: Pick Week 1 winners | Power Rankings | See new 2015 uniforms ] Former Michigan offensive lineman Elliott Mealer, who played for the Wolverines from 2008-2012, recently opened up about a special letter his family received after his brother, Brock, was able to walk again after being paralyzed from the waist down in a car accident in 2007. The letter came from former Ohio State coach Jim Tressel, who knew Mealer after recruiting him out of high school. It was

Big Ten links: Michigan State history, Penn State kicker & more

A little history for you on this Wednesday morning: Kyle Austin of Mlive.com takes a look at the other times Michigan State has begun a season ranked No. 15 or higher. I have a feeling this squad will go down as one of the best ever in school annals. *** Jim Harbaugh says he has told his team who will start at QB. But, “mum” is the word. I will be surprised if Jake Rudock isn’t the guy under center at Utah on Thursday night. His experience from having played at Iowa is invaluable, especially with the Wolverines playing on

Ready for kickoff? Get our Big Ten East Division preview

Kickoff week is here. Michigan (at Utah) and Minnesota (vs. No. 2 TCU) kick off the Big Ten season Thursday night, and the games continue every day through Monday night. Until then, get our Big Ten East preview.

Get ready for Episode 3 of 'Scarlet & Gray Days' at 7 ET tonight

The third episode of BTN Orginals' “Scarlet and Gray Days: Inside Ohio State Training Camp” airs at 7 p.m. ET Wednesday on BTN/BTN2Go. The show takes viewers behind the scenes as the national champion Ohio State Buckeyes get to work on defending their title.

Check out BTN.com’s 2015 Big Ten fantasy football draft

It was a fun day in the BTN.com department Tuesday morning. Two days before Michigan (at Utah) and Minnesota (vs. No. 2 TCU) kick off the 2015 season, we held our annual Big Ten fantasy draft.

Urban Meyer anticipates playing both quarterbacks throughout the season

If you’re looking for an answer on Ohio State’s starting quarterback in Week 1 against Virginia Tech, well, you’re going to have to keep waiting. [ MORE: Rankings: Reigning national champ Ohio State tops preseason list ] However, we do know that both J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones are likely going to play in the opener, as well as every other game this season. Meyer said on Tuesday’s Big Ten coaches’ conference call that he “anticipates” playing both Barrett and Jones throughout the season. Of course, Barrett was the Buckeyes’ starting quarterback last season before being lost to a season-ending

Check out Russ Lande's preseason top Big Ten NFL draft prospects

The 2015 college football season kicks off Thursday night, so it’s time to get Russ Lande’s super-early top Big Ten NFL draft prospects. [ MORE: Pick Week 1 winners | Power Rankings | Best of Week 1 | Week 1 previews ] Lande shared his highly anticipated preseason list on Tuesday morning’s “BTN Football & Beyond.” To no surprise, Ohio State all-world defensive end Joey Bosa tops the list. Heck, Bosa comes in at No. 1 on his top prospects overall. It’s easy to see why so many experts predict Ohio State to defend its national title after one look