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Dienhart: My Week 2 Big Ten previews

Week Two brings us a blockbuster matchup: Notre Dame at Michigan, one of the sport’s iconic rivalries. This will be a great test for a Wolverines’ program that is on the rise and the pick of many to win the Legends Division. Since the series was renewed in 1978, it is tied 14-14-1. However, this will be the last time for the foreseeable future that the clubs will meet in Ann Arbor. The series will go on a hiatus after a 2014 clash in South Bend. So, enjoy and savor every last drop of this game on Saturday night. Here

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Week 2: We predict all 12 Big Ten games

Every week during the 2013 football season,’s Tom Dienhart, Brent Yarina, Sean Merriman and hoops analyst Stephen Bardo, a huge football fan, make their Big Ten picks. We also provide polls for Big Ten fans to select their winners. One week in, Bardo and Merriman sit atop the standings after going a perfect 12-0. Big Ten fans? You all went 11-1. 11-1 10-2 12-0 12-0 Week 2 Games @BTNTomDienhart @BTNBrentYarina @BTNSean @stephenbardo Cincinnati at Illinois Cincinnati, 35-28 Cincinnati, 31-20 Cincinnati, 38-27 Cincinnati, 42-14 Missouri St. at Iowa Iowa, 44-13 Iowa, 32-17 Iowa, 24-7 Iowa, 45-7 USF at Michigan St.

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Big Ten products on 2013 NFL rosters

With the 2013 NFL season kicking off Thursday night, we thought it was a great time to take a quick look at all the Big Ten products on NFL rosters. See all the names in this post. Are we missing someone? Tweet @BTNBrentYarina or @BTNSean, and we’ll add it to the list. ILLINOIS Jeff Allen, Kansas City Chiefs Jon Asamoah, Kansas City Chiefs Alan Ball, Jacksonville Jaguars Arrelious Benn, Philadelphia Eagles (IR) Michael Buchanan, New England Patriots Jeff Cumberland, New York Jets Vontae Davis, Indianapolis Colts David Diehl, New York Giants Glenn Foster, New Orleans Saints Kelvin Hayden, Chicago Bears

Mark Dantonio

Video: Dantonio doesn't want to talk quarterback

A quarterback question here. A quarterback question there. A quarterback question everywhere. The quarterback questions were aplenty during Mark Dantonio’s weekly media session Tuesday. As expected, the Michigan State coach politely refused to entertain the topic. The whole thing made for pretty great viewing. [ MORE: Dienhart’s Power Rankings | Bowl Projections | Mailbag | Week 1 picks revisited ] Following the first quarterback question, Dantonio quipped: “Oh, yeah, we got to get to that!” Of course, we do. Neither Andrew Maxwell nor Connor Cook separated himself during Michigan State’s 26-13 season-opening victory over Western Michigan. In fact, the duo

Nov 24, 2012; Columbus, OH, USA; Michigan Wolverines linebacker Mike Jones (27) fights with Ohio State Buckeyes cornerback Adam Griffin (9) in the fourth quarter at Ohio Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-US PRESSWIRE

Dienhart: Here are my top 5 Big Ten rivalries

So, Brian Kelly thinks that Notre Dame-Michigan is a regional rivalry? Kelly’s words are getting a lot of attention, naturally, because they come days before the two rivals meet under the lights Saturday at Michigan Stadium. For the record, Kelly backpedaled from his comments today and said that Notre Dame-Michigan is a “great and historic rivalry.” Here’s what Kelly originally said: “I really haven’t seen it as one of those historic, traditional Notre Dame rivalries,” Kelly said on a conference call. “I’ve seen it as just one of those great football games that Notre Dame has played. “For me, I’ve

Listen to your Big Ten football coach

Each Tuesday morning during the Big Ten football season, the 12 Big Ten football coaches hold a Big Ten teleconference with reporters from around the country. We post the audio for each segment of the call here, and we do this every Tuesday afternoon. Also, @B1Gfootball spotlights a tweet or three from each coach on the call live on Twitter in case you want to follow along online. Listen to Coach Brady Hoke: Listen to Coach Gary Andersen: Listen to Coach Bo Pelini:  Listen to Coach Mark Dantonio: Listen to Coach Kirk Ferentz: Listen to Coach Jerry Kill: Listen to

C.J. Fiedorowicz

Dienhart: Iowa enters Week 2 bowl projections

One week down—and my bowl projections already have changed following a 10-2 opening week. Don’t tell me that you’re surprised. The first week of the season was more kind to some than others. I’m looking at you, Nebraska and Purdue. And, yes, that’s Iowa you see moving into my bowl picture—even after a loss, which gave me some faith in this Hawkeyes team. Without further adieu, my Week 2 bowl projections. [ MORE: Week 1 honors, grades & more | What did Tom Dienhart learn? | Week 1 picks revisited ] BOWL GAME MATCHUP TOM’S PROJECTIONS BCS title game, Jan.

Treyvon Green and Cameron Dickerson

How did we do? Week 1 Big Ten picks revisited

Before we turn our attention to Week 2, it’s time to revisit how the team and Big Ten fans did with their Week 1 Big Ten predictions. BTN’s Sean Merriman and Stephen Bardo both went a perfect 12-0 to pace the field, while Big Ten fans only missed the Iowa-Northern Illinois game. Nice work! [ MORE: Power Rankings | Week 1 grades, honors | DiNardo’s Sunday Ruminations ] 11-1 10-2 12-0 12-0 Week 1 Games @BTNTomDienhart @BTNBrentYarina @BTNSean @stephenbardo ISU at Indiana Indiana, 35-23 Indiana, 41-24 Indiana, 31-24 Indiana, 42-35 UNLV at Minnesota Minnesota 28-27 Minnesota, 32-17 Minnesota, 27-14

Melvin Gordon

Dienhart: 10 things I learned in Week 1

It was a busy first week of action, as we saw coaches make debuts (Wisconsin’s Gary Andersen and Purdue’s Darrell Hazell) and quarterbacks, too (Iowa’s Jake Rudock and Penn State’s Christian Hackenberg). Here are 10 things I learned in Week One. 1. Special teams are special. A coach told me years ago that special teams always are an issue the opening week. Why? Schools usually don’t rep special teams live in training camp for fear of injury. Sure enough, we saw several big special teams plays/gaffes involving Big Ten teams. Minnesota blocked a field goal and ran it back for

Twitter: Get DiNardo's Week 1 Sunday Ruminations

Every Sunday during the Big Ten football season, BTN analyst Gerry DiNardo heads to Twitter to offer his “Sunday Ruminations.” Get DiNardo’s analysis of the Big Ten’s 10-2 opening first week in this post. Also, don’t forget to follow @gerrydinardo. Sunday Ruminations T. Coleman makes #Hoosiers offense better – really helps pass game if he's always a threat. — Gerry DiNardo (@gerrydinardo) September 1, 2013 Sunday Ruminations #Hawkeyes loss toughest one of weekend – they are much improved from last year – let season play out – there're better — Gerry DiNardo (@gerrydinardo) September 1, 2013 Sunday Ruminations #PennState QB