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3:58 PMVirginia at MarylandWatch
7:00 PMColumbia at Rutgers Watch
7:00 PMSt. Louis at IndianaWatch
7:00 PMDelaware at MarylandWatch
8:00 PMW. Illinois at WisconsinWatch
6:00 PMMichigan at IndianaWatch
7:00 PMAkron at Ohio St.Watch
7:00 PMOhio St. at Penn St.Watch

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Live Blog: Track B1G Basketball Media Day

Today’s Big Ten Basketball Media Day press conferences were streamed live and for free from Chicago on the Big Ten Digital Network. Head into this live blog to watch your Big Ten men’s coach talk to the media. Also, senior writer Tom Dienhart and web editor Sean Merriman will file reports all morning. Follow them on Twitter via @BTNTomDienhart and @BTNSean and get more BTN updates from the events with the live blog in this post. First, track #B1GMediaDay tweets right below. MORE: Men’s exhibition live streaming schedule | Men’s schedules | Women’s schedules

Week 10 Picks

Week 10: We predict all six Big Ten games

Every week during the 2013 football season,’s Tom Dienhart, Brent Yarina, Sean Merriman and hoops analyst Stephen Bardo, a huge football fan, make their Big Ten picks. We also provide polls for Big Ten fans to select their winners. Nine weeks down, Bardo and Merriman are tied for the top spot, at 56-12. Big Ten fans are one game off the pace. [ MORE: Week 10 scoreboard | Week 10 Previews | Power Rankings | Bowl Projections ] Stephen Bardo (@stephenbardo) Season record: 56-12 Week 10 picks: Ohio St. 45, Purdue 10; Penn St. 42, Illinois 17; Wisconsin 28,

Ohio State at Michigan State's preseason All-Big Ten teams, predictions

Big Ten basketball media day is Thursday, so it’s time for the team to release their All-Big Ten Teams, predicted standings and predictions. See what Stephen Bardo, Tom Dienhart, Sean Merriman, Brent Yarina and the Big Ten Geeks have in store for the 2013-14 season. [ MORE: Big Ten beat writers’ All-Big Ten teams, superlatives ] STEPHEN BARDO, BTN analyst FIRST TEAM: Aaron Craft, Ohio State; Tim Frazier, Penn State; Gary Harris, Michigan State; Mitch McGary, Michigan; Adreian Payne, Michigan State. SECOND TEAM: Keith Appling, Michigan State; Yogi Ferrell, Indiana; Andre Hollins, Minnesota; LaQuinton Ross, Ohio State; Glenn Robinson

Ohio State vs Wisconsin

Big Ten beat writers' preseason All-Big Ten teams, honors

Which Big Ten players will earn All-Big Ten honors in 2013-14? Who will take home the conference’s individual awards? recently polled one beat writer from every Big Ten team to seek out the answers. See their 2013-14 All-Big Ten Teams and superlative winners in this post. Here’s how this worked: Players were awarded three points for first-team distinction, two for second-team, and one for third-team. The numbers were added up, and the top 5 vote-getters, regardless of position, made first team, the next five second team, the next five third team. B1G MEDIA FIRST TEAM: Aaron Craft, Ohio State

October 20, 2012; Ann Arbor, MI, USA; Michigan State Spartans defensive tackle James Kittredge (99) receives congratulations from teammates after tackling Michigan Wolverines running back Fitzgerald Toussaint (28) at Michigan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE

Week 10 Previews: Get ready for a busy Saturday

There is a full Saturday of action, as all 12 teams will play. The last time that happened? The third week of the season, September 14. And there are some interesting games, with Michigan’s trip to Michigan State the clear headline tilt. Here are looks at all six games as the season hits the homestretch. [ MORE: Power Rankings | Bowl Projections | Mailbag | Darqueze Dennard Q&A ] OHIO STATE (8-0, 4-0) at PURDUE (1-6, 0-3) – noon ET, BTN/BTN2Go Why you should watch: It’s 20 victories in a row and counting for Ohio State. The Buckeyes continue to

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Carollo assesses targeting penalty after nine weeks

The early returns are in, and the new penalty for targeting is having an impact. According to Big Ten officials coordinator Bill Carollo, there have been 54 targeting calls in 534 FBS games in 2013. Fifteen were subsequently overturned upon replay review, putting the number of disqualifications through 534 games and nine weeks of action at 39. Last year in the Big Ten, targeting was flagged six times, according to Carollo. This year, it has been flagged twice: Nebraska’s Stanley Jean-Baptiste at Purdue on Oct. 12 and Ohio State’s Bradley Roby vs. Iowa on Oct. 19. Watch Jean-Baptiste’s hit (Roby’s

Ra'Shede Hageman

Next 'Journey' focuses on football families

On Wednesday’s episode of “The Journey: Big Ten Football 2013,” presented by Best Buy, our crew spends time with Illinois quarterback Nathan Scheelhaase to learn what it’s like to be the starting quarterback and a husband at the same time. Also, come meet Iowa linebacker James Morris and Minnesota defensive tackle Ra’Shede Hageman and learn about their family backgrounds. This week’s show also features the usual lush highlights from the Iowa’s OT thriller against Northwestern and Minnesota’s upset over Nebraska. The show airs at 7 p.m. ET and re-airs multiple time after that. Follow BTN’s popular documentary-style show “The Journey”

Volleyball Report

Volleyball Report: It's time for midseason awards!

Through 10 matches of the Big Ten season, the nation’s deepest and most decorated conference has lived up to its billing. Upsets have been plentiful, top 15 matchups are the norm and contenders have emerged from the pack. The standings have rarely looked the same on any given week, and early-season surprises have struggled to endure the grind of the league. With five weeks remaining before the postseason, here are the early contenders to take home the Big Ten hardware come December. Midseason Player of the Year: Kelsey Robinson, OH (NEB) It’s hard to argue against Robinson at this point

Max Bullough

Reader mail: So what about Michigan-MSU?

As we head full steam into the second half of the season, my mail box is getting stuffed with comments and questions. You know what that means: I have to reach into my mail bag and answer the best of your queries. Thanks for all of the interest! Keep the cards and letters coming! And don’t forget to watch this week’s top ten plays in this post, too. And now, your letters … Who do you pick to win the Michigan State-Michigan game? – Andrew Bates Well, the Spartans enter the game playing well, winners of four in a row

Braxton Miller & Carlos Hyde

Dienhart: Here's what I learned in Week 9

What did I learn in Week Nine? Ohio State and Michigan State are really good—and may be headed for a showdown in Indianapolis. Minnesota is a feel-good story that keeps getting better. Iowa is alive and well. And Northwestern’s season is on the edge. It’s all right here, and more. 1. Ohio State and Michigan State may be on a collision course to meet in the Big Ten championship game in Indianapolis. These look like the top teams in their respective divisions. And, honestly, I’d love to see them meet. How great would it be to see the Buckeye offense