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B1G releases times, networks for first 3 weeks

The Big Ten and the conference’s family of networks released Wednesday the remaining kickoff times and networks for the season’s first three weeks. See what time and on what network your team is scheduled to play in the first three weeks in this post. [ MORE: Tom Dienhart ranks his top 50 Big Ten games of 2014 ] WEEK 1 (Aug. 28-30) Eastern Illinois at Minnesota, 7 p.m. ET – BTN/BTN2Go (previously announced) Rutgers at Washington State, 10 p.m. ET – FS1 (previously announced) Aug. 29 Jacksonville State at Michigan State, 7:30 p.m. ET – BTN/BTN2Go (previously announced) Aug. 30

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

One game a week, it's our expert's Ultimate B1G trip

If time and money weren’t objectives, what Big Ten games would you go to this season? I have built the ultimate 2014 Big Ten schedule, dialing in the game you would need to be at each week. Call it “football nirvana.” See my weekly picks in this post. [ MORE: Dienhart ranks the top 50 games of 2014 ] WEEK 1: WISCONSIN vs. LSU (in Houston). This will be played on the grand stage of Reliant Stadium, giving the Badgers a chance to show if their rebuilt defense is up to the task. LSU had a national-high nine NFL draft

Photos: See 2014 Big Ten football schedule posters

The countdown to football season is heating up, and that means 2014 schedule posters are being released. We at always enjoy seeing what Big Ten teams come up with each summer, from the overall design, the players featured, and the team mottos. Below, find the Big Ten teams that have released their schedule poster. We will add the rest as they are released. [ MORE: Tom Dienhart ranks top 50 Big Ten games of 2014 ] ILLINOIS 2014 #Illini schedule posters are in. 88 days until kickoff! #FIGHT — Illinois Football (@IlliniFootball) June 3, 2014 INDIANA IOWA Here's

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Dienhart ranks top 50 Big Ten games of 2014

So many good games to choose from, so little time … where to begin? That’s the conundrum when looking over the composite Big Ten schedule. There are a lot of very appealing games as the Big Ten begins its new 14-team era. Here are my top 50 games on the 2014 schedule. [ MORE: Get Dienhart’s preseason unit rankings | And schedule analysis ] 1. Ohio State at Michigan State, Nov. 8: Figures to be a de facto Big Ten East title game. 2. Michigan State at Oregon, Sept. 6: Could set the table for the Spartans’ run for a

NCAA Football: Big Ten-Media Day

Ten burning questions for Big Ten media days

The Big Ten will begin gearing up for the college football season on July 28-29 with the Big Ten Media Days and Kickoff Luncheon at the Hilton Hotel in downtown Chicago. The annual event features coaches and players from all 14 Big Ten schools and will mark the first official appearance of Maryland and Rutgers as members of the Big Ten. The event is a chance for media members to gather and ask questions to players and coaches in preparation for the upcoming season. Here’s my top 10 questions I’d love to hear addressed at Big Ten media days. [

Devin Gardner

Ranking the Big Ten's top 10 QB-WR duos

The Big Ten is set to return a ton of talent at quarterback, but the same can’t be said at wide receiver. With names like Jared Abbrederis, Corey Brown, Quincy Enunwa, Jeremy Gallon, Cody Latimer and Allen Robinson all off to the NFL, there will be plenty of new names atop the receiving leader list. This got me thinking about the top quarterback-receiver duos in the Big Ten. Here’s my top-10 list. * I made it a point to not list the same quarterback more than once. [ MORE: Terps top Big Ten pass catcher rankings ] 1. Braxton Miller


Dienhart reacts to 2014 football preview mags

I finally have had a chance to closely check out my three favorite college football preview mags: Athlon, Lindy’s and Sporting News. It’s fun to compare and contrast the predicted order of finish in the various publications. After considering the three publications’ picks, I decided to offer some reactions. Here goes: Ohio State is the consensus pick to win the East. But, I gotta tell ya, I’m liking Michigan State. Yes, the Buckeyes have lots of talent, but the jury remains out on a defense that struggled last season in ranking No. 7 overall and No. 11 vs. the pass

Photo: College Football Playoff trophy unveiled

Now, we know what college football teams will be playing for in the 2014 season, the first of the new College Football Playoff system. On Monday, the College Football Playoff National Championship Trophy was unveiled. See pictures of it in this post. [ MORE: Jerry Palm puts Ohio State in first College Football Playoff ] To compare, here’s what the national champ won during the BCS era:

Bo Pelini

Top Big Ten 'Decisions' of past sports year

LeBron James is heading home to Cleveland to play for the Cavaliers. This will go down as the biggest decision of the 2014 sports year. This got us thinking, what were the biggest decisions made in the Big Ten this past year? Here is a list of our top Big Ten decisions of the past year. Adding Maryland and Rutgers to the Big Ten Just 11 days ago, Maryland and Rutgers officially became the 13th and 14th members of the Big Ten conference. It marked a historic day for the nation’s oldest conference. Check out all of our Maryland and

Reilly O'Toole

Backup QB rankings: Illini in good hands

He’s often one of the most popular men on campus. Fans often clamor to see him buckle his chinstrap and trot onto the field: He’s the backup quarterback. When an offense is struggling, the No. 2 signal-caller is a favorite. Who is your school’s backup quarterback? How confident should you be in him? Get my ranking in this post. [ MORE: View all of Tom Dienhart’s preseason position rankings ] 1. Illinois. With Nathan Scheelhaase gone, the starting job is up for grabs in Champaign. Oklahoma State sophomore transfer Wes Lunt, senior Reilly O’Toole and athletic sophomore Aaron Bailey are