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Iowa at Minnesota

Video: Minnesota TE Maxx Williams makes highlight-reel catch

Another week, another nominee for Big Ten catch of the year. Last week, it was Northwestern’s Mike McHugh putting his name into the discussion with a crazy catch at Iowa. This week, also against Iowa, it was Minnesota tight end Maxx Williams. Williams, somehow, managed to get a foot down AND hold onto the ball on a pass overthrown to him near the Iowa sideline. Incredible. This is right up there with McHugh’s,  Jordan Westerkamp’s behind-the-back catch, Randy Edsall’s leaping sideline grab and Tony Lippett’s Willie Mays-esque highlight, among others. The catch was first ruled incomplete, but it was reviewed

Ohio State at Michigan State

Catch up on Week 11 Big Ten action: Get scores, stats, AP recaps & video

So, Ohio State is for real – if there was any doubt. No. 14 Ohio State toppled No. 8 Michigan State to highlight the Week 11 slate, while Michigan held off Northwestern, Penn State survived Indiana, Minnesota blew out Iowa and Wisconsin downed Purdue. Catch up on all of the Week 11 action on our Big Ten scoreboard. Here’s a look at what Big Ten teams wore Saturday. Don’t forget about our Week 11 photo gallery, either. Also, get caught up on all of our top Week 11 coverage. Illinois, Maryland, Nebraska and Rutgers were off this week. Get links

BTN LiveBIG: Covering an NU alumna’s program for WWII vets was a real ‘honor’

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. As a film producer, I’ve been able to work in some pretty cool venues: professional and collegiate sports stadiums and arenas, high-tech labs, concert halls and museums. As great as those places are, sometimes the most powerful experiences happen in seemingly unexciting places. For instance, the baggage claim at Midway Airport in Chicago. That’s where I found myself on Oct. 1. My

2014 Big Ten Field Hockey Tournament Day 2 roundup

The 2014 Big Ten Field Hockey Tournament continued Friday in Ann Arbor. [ MORE: View the MGoBlue.com official tournament page ] The championship game will be played on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET. That game will air live on BTN & BTN2Go. No. 1 seed Maryland 1, No. 4 seed Penn State 0 The top-seeded Maryland field hockey team beat fourth-seeded Penn State, 1-0 Friday in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals at Michigan’s Phyllis Ocker Field. The Terrapins (18-2, 7-1 B1G) won their 13th straight game to advance to the Big Ten championship game Sunday afternoon. No. 3 seed Northwestern

NCAA Football: Big Ten Championship-Michigan State vs Ohio State

Michigan State vs. Ohio State: Who will have the biggest impact?

BTN.com web editor Sean Merriman asked some of the top writers around who they believe will have the biggest impact in Saturday's Michigan State vs. Ohio State matchup. Who did they say? Find out inside!

Indiana's Devin Davis expected to be released from Hospital today

Indiana University men's basketball player Devin Davis is expected to be released from IU Health Bloomington Hospital today and continue his rehabilitation closer to home in Indianapolis. Get more details inside.