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Best of Week 1: LSU vs. Wisconsin highlights the Big Ten slate

Welcome to 2016! And the Big Ten kicks off in style, as all 14 teams are in action over a three-day period. But there is one marquee clash, as LSU plays Wisconsin in iconic Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Get ready for the 2016 Big Ten football season, A-Z

The 2016 Big Ten football season kicks off Thursday night, with Indiana at Florida International and Oregon State at Minnesota (9 p.m. ET on BTN/BTN2Go). [ MORE: Get Tom Dienhart’s preseason Big Ten Power Rankings ] Michigan State will take on Furman on Friday night at 7 p.m. ET on BTN/BTN2G0, before the rest of the conference gets things started Saturday. View the full Week 1 schedule. In order to get you ready for kickoff, I put together a fun list, highlighting everything you need to know heading into the season. Here’s an A-Z look at the 2016 Big Ten

Power Rankings: Ohio State, Iowa, Michigan State lead the way

The BTN tour bus has been put in park. It’s time for some football! I have had a few days to absorb and contemplate what I have seen and here is my inaugural Big Ten Football Power Poll, presented by ArcelorMittal. [ MORE: Polls: Pick your Week 1 winners | Best of Week 1 | Big Ten, A-Z ] Speaking of the summer football tour, it’s not too late to go back and catch up on our 14-campus trip and all of the coverage. We started at Indiana, ended in Purdue, and BTN produced a whole bunch of video right

14 stops, 14 practices: Tom Dienhart's best of 2016 bus tour

Another August, another Big Ten Network tour in the books. I have been on five now. And for a guy who loves football, food and fun, I feel lucky. Here is a fun look at the Best of the 2016 BTN Bus Tour. [ MORE: Relive all of Tom Dienhart’s football tour coverage ] FAVORITE CAMPUSES Penn State. The place belongs on a postcard, nestled in the hills of central Pennsylvania. Go ahead and put on your letterman’s jacket and stroll across campus for a dip of Alumni Swirl ice cream at the Berkley Creamery. Michigan. No Big Ten campus

View every Big Ten football team's 2016 schedule poster

Believe it or not, the Big Ten football season kicks off one week from Thursday. [ MORE: Get all of our BTN bus tour coverage ] It all starts with Minnesota hosting Oregon State and former Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen on Thursday, Sept. 1 at TCF Bank Stadium. Before the games start, as we do every year, we wanted to take a look at all 14 Big Ten teams’ schedule posters. See your Big Ten team’s 2016 schedule poster(s) below. ILLINOIS #PosterSwag FBS Football Poster Social Vote: RETWEET this to vote for: @IlliniAthletics @IlliniFootball pic.twitter.com/1khntBTg7c — Poster Swag (@PosterSwag) August

Nov 21, 2015; College Park, MD, USA;  Indiana Hoosiers head coach Kevin Wilson  walks onto the field during the third quarter against the Maryland Terrapins at Byrd Stadium. Indiana Hoosiers defeated Maryland Terrapins 47-28. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Big Ten Mailbag: Can Indiana compete with Big Ten's elite?

Rolling through the hills of Pennsylvania on the Big Ten Network bus, what better time than now to dip into my Big Ten Mailbag? Exactly. I look at the continued perceived disrespect of Michigan State. And would Wisconsin be the West Division fav if it had a veteran QB? How will Purdue’s schedule break down? That and more. Let’s go! You certainly disrespected Michigan State if your story of “best chance for Big Ten teams to get upset.” Are the Spartans now chopped liver? Looks like you just fall in line with others, overlooking Sparty. Interesting. – Roger Elliott Look,

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Football tour notebook: Fun takes from Indiana football practice

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Let’s get this out of the way right now: This is the most talented team in Kevin Wilson’s tenure in Bloomington. He has continually improved recruiting and has enhanced speed over the years. But Wilson continues to look for a breakthrough win—and a winning record, something IU hasn’t had since 2007. [ MORE: Dienhart: 5 things I learned at Indiana practice ] With that out of the way, let’s get to my best of Indiana practice. Most impressive player: Dan Feeney. The All-American guard didn’t disappoint. He plays with the hard, aggressive edge of a defensive lineman.

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Dienhart: 5 things I learned at Indiana football practice

BLOOMINGTON, Ind — The sixth edition of Indiana football under Kevin Wilson teems with potential. Today at practice, the energy level was high for a program looking to go to back-to-back bowls for the first time since 1990-91. If the defense improves and a QB emerges, the Hoosiers could have a special season. [ MORE: Kevin Wilson has massive praise for freshman RB ] Here are five things I learned in our stop in Bloomington. 1. The offensive line will be good. Yes, the unit lost left tackle Jason Spriggs, who was a second-round pick. Still, the Hoosiers will have