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Video: What Rutgers needs to do tonight to win Big Ten opener

What does Rutgers need to do to card the upset in its Big Ten debut? That’s what Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith discussed during “BTN Football Pregame” Saturday morning. Watch the video for their thoughts. Watch Rutgers host Penn State at 8 p.m. ET on BTN/BTN2G0.

BTN LiveBIG: Rutgers' Devin, Jason McCourty tackling sickle cell

About 1,000 babies are born in the United States each year with this debilitating disease, and about 70,000 to 100,000 Americans are estimated to have it. It’s sickle cell disease, and though it’s the most common genetic disorder in the U.S., it isn’t particularly well understood. That’s why former Rutgers football stars Jason and Devin McCourty are trying to raise awareness about this condition. Sickle cell disease attacks red blood cells, causing them to become sickle-shaped and keeping them from being able to pass through small blood vessels. When this happens, blood flow decreases and clots form internally, which can

Ohio State's Noah Spence out indefinitely due to rule violation

Ohio State suffered a blow when it was announced defensive end Noah Spence is ineligible to play Saturday, according to the school. Spence was supposed to return to action vs. Kent State on Saturday after serving a three-game suspension for testing positive for ecstasy during a drug test before last year’s Big Ten title game in December. But an OSU statement says Spence will miss the game “because of a university and Big Ten Conference rule violation.” Spence was slated to be part of one of the top defensive lines in the Big Ten and nation, a group that includes