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Watch Indiana, Iowa 'Midnight Madness' events

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Tailgate 48: Cody Zeller and Christian Watford

Attention Iowa and Indiana basketball fans: Your school’s version of “Midnight Madness” can be seen live on the Big Ten Digital Network. Iowa’s “Black & Gold Blowout” is Friday, Oct. 19 at 9 p.m. ET and Indiana’s “Hoosier Hysteria” is Saturday, Oct. 20 at 7 p.m. ET. Also, BTN.com will clip the best portions of each event just like we did for Michigan State, Minnesota and Purdue last week, and then post them the day after each event.

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IU coaches profiled on 'Women's Report'

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Mick & Elizabeth Lyon Battle MS

Dara McIntosh, Kara Lentz, and Michelle McMahon appear on Friday’s “The Big Ten Women’s Sports Report” at 2:30 p.m. ET and bring you a profile on current Indiana women’s soccer coach Mick Lyon and his wife Elizabeth. Both suffer from multiple sclerosis but continue to fight it and have a positive outlook on life. (Update: Watch the feature in this post.) Also Friday, Big Ten volleyball and field hockey highlights, analysis and breakdowns as well as a look at the latest “Midnight Madness” events for women’s basketball.

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Dienhart: My 12 questions for your 12 teams

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Tom Dienhart's Weekend Preview

Saturday is almost here. Here are my most pressing questions for each school as we kick it into overdrive and head into the second half of the 2012 football season. Also, catch “The Football Report” tonight at 7 p.m. ET as I’ll be making an appearance with Mike Hall, Rosevelt Colvin, and Tony banks.

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Week 8 Previews: Big Ten Legends battle brewing

Nebraska Cornhuskers defender Baker Steinkuhler (55) cheers against Northwestern Wildcats quarterback Kain Colter (2) during the first half at Memorial Stadium. Northwestern won 28-25. Mandatory Credit: Bruce Thorson-US PRESSWIRE

Pat Fitzgerald Talks With "#BTNLive"

In my preview of Saturday’s six games, I take closer looks at one big rematch (Nebraska at Northwestern), a pair of major rivalries (Michigan State at Michigan, Minnesota at Wisconsin), two more with some intriguing recent history (Penn State at Iowa, Purdue at Ohio State), and a non-conference game with a Big Ten team hungry for a win (Indiana at Navy).

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Numbers: Big stats for big Week 8 games

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Big Ten Blast: Oct. 18th Morning Edition

Week 8 in the Big Ten is chock full of intriguing games. Michigan-Michigan State has arguably been the most talked-about rivalry in the conference over the last five years – from Mike Hart’s “little brother” quip in 2007 all the way through the early-season derogatory comments about Denard Robinson on Twitter by some Michigan State players this season. I can’t wait to get it going Saturday at 3:30 ET on BTN/BTN2Go.

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Clothes Call: The latest on Big Ten hoops uniforms

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Tom Izzo - Midnight Madness Entrance (2012)

We’re just a couple weeks away from the official tip of the 2012-13 college basketball season. With three teams ranked in the top 5 of the preseason Coaches Poll, the Big Ten is expected to be the nation’s premier conference. But before the season tips, Clothes Call wanted to take a look at some of the uniform changes Big Ten fans can expect to see this season.

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Indiana tops Coaches Poll; 3 B1G teams ranked in top 5

Indiana Hoosiers head coach Tom Crean directs his team during practice the day before the semi-finals of the south region of the 2012 NCAA men's basketball tournament at the Georgia Dome. Mandatory Credit: Paul Abell-US PRESSWIRE

Tailgate 48: Cody Zeller and Christian Watford

Indiana is ranked No. 1 in the preseason Coaches Poll, released Wednesday. As impressive as that is, the bigger story might be that the Big Ten features three of the poll’s top 5 teams. That’s right, Ohio State comes in at No. 4 and Michigan No. 5. Michigan State (No. 14) and Wisconsin (No. 21) round out the Big Ten representatives.

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