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#BTNLive asks: And the most surprising showing was ...?

If you’re on Twitter, you can vote in our ongoing series of Big Ten Twitter polls for our weekday TV show #BTNLive weekdays at 6 p.m. ET. On tonight’s #BTNLive show, our experts discuss this question: Which performance was the biggest surprise last weekend? Four possible answers: #HydeRuns, #CookPasses, the #IUDefense, or the #NebDefense Select your choice below and tweet out your vote. We’ll be tabulating the hashtag totals all day and throughout the show. The hashtags are: #HydeRuns #CookPasses #IUDefense #NebDefense UPDATE: This daily poll is now closed. Thanks for voting.

Dienhart: There's talk of a football federation

This should get your attention on a Tuesday morning in early October. Interesting meetings going on at Big Ten headquarters, where league officials and conference athletic directors are discussing a possible football federation. Scott Dochterman of the Cedar Rapids Gazette says it’s possible the new football structure and rules could be voted upon at the annual NCAA convention Jan. 15-18, 2014 in San Diego. “Northern Iowa and Iowa, for example, we might vote similarly for basketball, for wrestling,” Iowa A.D. Gary Barta said. “But there might be certain things in the sport of football because of the size and scope

Bowl Projections: Indiana in, Minnesota out this week

Ohio State showed moxie and toughness in fighting back from a fourth-quarter deficit to win at Northwestern. That big victory comes a week after an impressive triumph vs. Wisconsin. Add it up, and the Buckeyes are 6-0 and still sitting in good position to advance to the BCS title game. Despite the loss, I still have Northwestern in the Rose. But, I wouldn’t be shocked if Nebraska is able to claim that spot by the end of the season. Michigan State is another team that may out-play the Gator Bowl slot I currently have the Spartans in. Indiana is back

Which highlights made our Week 6 top 10 plays?

Week 6 featured plenty of highlight-reel plays. There was something for everyone, too. There was a successful fake punt, there was a punt blocked for a touchdown, there was a long pick-6, and there was a phenomenal leaping, one-handed grab. Relive our Week 6 top 10 plays in this post. [ MORE: Power Rankings | Bowl Projections | Week 6 picks revisited | Week 6 grades, honors ] VIDEO: Could any play challenge Kenny Bell's one-hander in our Week 6 top 10 plays? WATCH – http://t.co/p5fUFdJI1E — Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) October 7, 2013 What play did we miss?

Big Ten office hands out Week 6 individual honors

The Big Ten Conference announced its Week 6 Players of the Week on Monday, and three Ohio State players were honored following Saturday night’s comeback win at Northwestern. See all the honorees, plus their video highlights, in this post. Offensive Co-Players of the Week: Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska, Jr., IB Rushed for a career-high 225 yards on just 20 carries, an 11.3 average, and two touchdowns in Nebraska’s win over Illinois Had three runs of 30 yards or more to finish with the most rushing yards by a Husker since Roy Helu’s program-record 307 yards in 2010 Scored on Nebraska’s opening

Twitter: Your top tweets and plays from Week 6

Week 6 of the college football season was sure a fun one, wasn’t it? Ohio State escaped Evanston with a gutsy 40-30 win over Northwestern, in a game that lived up to expectations. Michigan State notched a big statement win over Iowa, while Indiana pulled off an impressive upset win over Penn State in Bloomington. Nebraska and Michigan each cruised to easy wins over Illinois and Minnesota, respectively. Through six weeks, Ohio State and Michigan are the only remaining unbeaten teams in the conference. With that said, let’s take a look at the top plays and twitter reactions from this

Power Rankings: OSU bolsters case for top spot

Six weeks are in the books, and Ohio State still sits atop my Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal. But pecking order behind the Buckeyes remains in flux as schools continue to jockey to ride shotgun with Ohio State. The big winners this week: Michigan State and Indiana, who happen to also play this Saturday. Here are my power rankings. [ MORE: Dienhart: Nothing was going to stop OSU on this night ] POWER RANKINGS PRESENTED BY 1. Ohio State (6-0, 2-0). That’s two terrific wins in a row over arguably the second- and third-best teams in the Big Ten

Dienhart: Here's what I learned in Week 6

My grandfather always told me to learn at least one thing every day. Well, he would be proud of me, because I didn’t learn just one thing on Saturday—I learned 10 during the first full Saturday of Big Ten action. Have a look at the knowledge I acquired. [ MORE: Power Rankings | Tom’s Take | Week 6 picks revisited | Week 6 Leaders of the Week ] 1. Ohio State can exhale. The Buckeyes have made it through the toughest two-game stretch of their season, beating Wisconsin at home last week and prevailing at Northwestern on Saturday. This team may

Tom's Take: My Week 6 honors, grades, top 10 & more

The first Saturday of full-blown Big Ten action was filled with highs and lows, culminating with a pulsating 40-30 Ohio State victory over Northwestern that kept alive the Buckeyes’ national title dreams. Michigan State made a statement with a big win at Iowa, Indiana notched a signature win for Kevin Wilson, Nebraska had perhaps its best effort of the season, and Michigan posted a strong win after a couple shaky efforts. Here’s is a look at Week 6. Biggest surprise: Indiana. The game vs. Penn State may have been a must-win as far as getting to a bowl. And, the

How did we do? Week 6 Big Ten picks revisited

Before we turn our attention to Week 7, it’s time to revisit how the BTN.com team and Big Ten fans did with their Week 6 Big Ten predictions. Sean Merriman went 4-1 to lead the way, while Big Ten fans and the rest of our panel went 3-2. That means it’s Merriman and Big Ten fans tied atop the standings, at 46-9. [ MORE: Power Rankings | What Tom Learned in Week 6 | Week 6 honors, grades & more ] Big Ten fans Season record: 46-9 Week 6 record: 3-2 Week 6 picks: See polls below Sean Merriman (@BTNSean)