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12:30 PMBuffalo at IowaWatch
2:00 PMN. Dakota St. at IowaWatch
6:00 PMPurdue Invite - FinalsWatch
7:00 PMQuinnipiac at Ohio St.Watch
7:00 PMColumbia at Penn St.Watch
7:00 PMWestern Kentucky at IndianaWatch
7:00 PMFerris State at Michigan St.Watch
7:00 PMSt. Cloud St. at MinnesotaWatch

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Watch today's Big Ten spring football games on BTN/BTN2Go

It’s the final Saturday of the Big Ten spring football season, and there’s a quartet of spring games on BTN and BTN2Go. Today’s schedule: 1 ET: Wisconsin (watch on BTN2Go); 2 ET: Iowa (watch on BTN2Go); 3 ET: Michigan State (watch on BTN2Go); 7 ET: Rutgers (watch on BTN2Go). Busy during your team’s spring game? Don’t worry, a replay will be available at the BTN2Go link above. You can also get live spring game highlights and interviews on your school’s BTN school account: @IowaOnBTN; @MichiganStOnBTN; @RutgersOnBTN; @WisconsinOnBTN. Get all of our earlier spring football coverage, plus watch spring football highlights.

Iowa football team receives rings in honor of great 2015 season

Big Rings commemorating our historic 2015 season | #Hawkeyes pic.twitter.com/y2ISjmyd8P — Hawkeye Football (@HawkeyeFootball) April 22, 2016 Now that’s a nice looking ring! The Iowa Hawkeyes’ football team received these great looking rings in honor of their outstanding 2015 season. In addition to making their first Rose Bowl appearance in 25 years, the Hawkeyes also had an undefeated regular season (12-0), won the Big Ten West division, and made their first appearance in the Big Ten championship game. Iowa Football’s official Twitter account, @HawkeyeFootball, posted the photo at the top of this post. Tune into BTN2Go tomorrow at 2 p.m.

Big Ten links: New developments in satellite football camp debate

Don’t start shoveling dirt on those satellite camps just yet. Plus, guess who showed up at Michigan State football practice. And one NFL expert believes Penn State's Christian Hackenberg should go in the first round. Catch up on all the news in Thursday's digest.

Big Ten links: Reports of a new TV deal has Big Ten buzzing

Reports of a new Big Ten TV deal are coming out and at least one national writer says the six-year deal would make sense. Also, there are departures at Michigan State's and Iowa's football teams while another Big Ten star is testing the NBA Draft waters. Read Wednesday's Big Ten headlines digest now.

Here's a look at Iowa in the last 10 NFL drafts

Iowa has seen a lot of success in the last 10 NFL drafts—especially along the trenches. And that success should continue in this year’s draft.

Big Ten Network and Riot Games to Host BTN Invitational: A University League of Legends Event

BTN and Riot Games today announced the BTN Invitational: A University League of Legends Event where two of the best Big Ten schools battle head-to-head in the highly-competitive online game League of Legends, the most played PC video game in the world. Ohio State will face off against Michigan State in front of a live audience at the widely popular video game event Penny Arcade Expo (PAX East) taking place in Boston from April 22 to 24. “The Big Ten has some of the premier eSports teams in the country,” said Michael Calderon, Vice President of Programming and Digital Media

Audio: Big Ten Spring Football Teleconferences - West Division

On Wednesday, the West Division football head coaches and one player from each team joined the Big Ten teleconference to take questions from the media. We’ve posted the audio for each school on the call here: On Thursday, we will have audio from coaches and players from the East Division.  

Denied medical hardship, Drew Ott thanks Iowa football fans

Drew Ott thought he might have one final season left in Iowa City. [ MORE: Watch the Iowa spring game at 2 p.m. ET April 23 on BTN2Go ] The star defensive lineman suffered elbow and knee injuries last season, the latter of which ended his senior year, but he and the Hawkeyes were hoping the NCAA would grant a medical hardship waiver. Ott and the Hawkeyes waited, and waited some more, until the NCAA finally announced Wednesday that the Nebraska native would not receive an extra year. So, Ott will turn his sights to the 2016 NFL Draft, which