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7:00 PMN. Dakota St. at MinnesotaWatch
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4:00 PMJames Madison at MarylandWatch
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7:30 PMOral Roberts at MinnesotaWatch

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Here's what Big Ten football teams are wearing in Week 5

It’s Week 5, and that means Big Ten play is here! [ MORE: Week 5 scoreboard | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Power Rankings | Best of Week 5 | Week 5 picks revisited | What Tom Dienhart learned | Week 5 top performers | Gerry DiNardo’s tweets | Dienhart: Wildcats can dream big | John Harbaugh visits Michigan sideline | Northwestern keeps on dancing ] Twelve Big Ten teams are opening the conference slate Saturday, while Penn State hosts Army and Rutgers is the first Big Ten team to have an open week. As is the

Learn the amazing story of Michigan WR Amara Darboh

BTN’s “Big Ten Football Pregame Show” documents the amazing story of Michigan wide receiver Amara Darboh, who was born in Sierra Leone, Africa, just as that country’s civil war was escalating. Watch a small clip here, then tune in for the entire feature in our pregame coverage starting at 10:30 a.m. ET. We will also post the feature on BTN.com after it airs. In the first five years of Darboh’s life, more than 35,000 people were killed in that civil war, including Darhoh’s parents. A group of Darboh’s relatives escaped with the boy traveling on foot to Gambia and Senegal before getting

Big Ten Football: Tom Dienhart's hot takes heading into Week 5

Big Ten action is finally here on a full-scale. And there are three interesting clashes involving West Division squads that will help set up an early pecking order in what looks like a wide-open race: Iowa at Wisconsin; Minnesota at Northwestern; Nebraska at Illinois. The Hawkeyes and Wildcats are looking to remain perfect, while the Fighting Illini are looking for a signature victory and the Huskers for some credibility.

Use BTN.com/GameFinder to find Week 5 BTN football games on TV

Several games are being played in the same time slot this Saturday on BTN/BTN2Go, so it’s a good move to  use our popular TV gamefinder lookup tool before kickoff. That way, you’ll have all the channel information you need.  You can also search for your TV information on BTN games in this post. And if you get BTN on your TV, you get access to our free app BTN2Go and the BTN2Go.com website. Click the matchup to watch live on BTN2Go this Saturday: Minnesota at Northwestern, Nebraska at Illinois, and Michigan at Maryland. Also, if you use a second screen during football

Field Pass cameras: Catch Michigan, Maryland pregame warmups live on BTN2Go

You ready to watch Michigan and Maryland football players warm up before Saturday's noon ET kickoff? Make sure you have access to our free app BTN2Go and you can watch both teams live, plus catch fans and the bands in the stadium getting ready for the game. Read more in this post and watch videos from previous pregame Field Pass cameras.

Five facts to know heading into Week 5 of the Big Ten football season

With non-conference play in the books for 12 of 14 teams, it’s finally time to test each other and figure out who is the best in the Big Ten this season. These are the real games where every win and loss will determine who will be making that trip to Indianapolis in December, and that first step begins this weekend. There are three important Big Ten matchups coming up this weekend on BTN.  Kicking off a noon ET, No. 22 Michigan makes their first trip to Byrd Stadium to face Maryland, while Minnesota travels to Evanston to clash with No. 16

Audio: Listen to the Big Ten Hockey Preseason Coaches Teleconference

On Thursday, the six Big Ten hockey coaches participated in a teleconference to take questions from the media. We post the audio for each coach here. In case you missed it, BTN conducted preseason video intereviews with each Big Ten men’s hockey coach as well as a player from each team. You can watch those interviews right here. Also this week, Michigan was tabbed the favorite in the 2015-16 Big Ten hockey preseason coaches’ poll, the conference announced on Monday. The coaches also selected a 12-member Preseason Players to Watch list, including four unanimous honorees. Michigan completed the 2014-15 campaign with a conference record of

Best of Week 5: All eyes will be on two Big Ten West tilts

Conference play begins in earnest, with six Big Ten games. And all eyes will be on two Big Ten West tilts that will go a long way in shaping what looks like a wide-open race: Iowa at Wisconsin and Minnesota at Northwestern. [ MORE: Week 5 scoreboard | Week 5 previews | Polls: Pick Week 5 winners | Power Rankings | Bowl Projections | Big Ten Mailbag | Q&A: Nate Sudfeld | Latest polls | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Best of non-conference play ] The perfect Hawkeyes are an early-season surprise, while the Badgers look to

Michigan at Maryland kickoff time moved to noon ET on BTN

Due to the potential impact of Hurricane Joaquin, Saturday’s University of Maryland football game against No. 22 Michigan will now be played at noon ET on BTN. The game was previously scheduled for 8 p.m. ET. Additionally, the kickoff time for the Nebraska at Illinois game will now be moved to 4:02 p.m. ET from 3:30 p.m. ET. Use our TV GameFinder for complete TV listing updates.

Coming Saturday: Feature profile of Michigan wide receiver Amara Darboh

This Saturday on BTN’s “Big Ten Football Pregame Show” at 10:30 a.m. ET, we air a special feature on Michigan wide receiver Amara Darboh, who was born in Sierra Leone, Africa just as that country’s civil war was escalating. Watch a small clip here, then tune in for the entire feature. We will also post the feature on BTN.com after it airs. In the first five years of Darboh’s life, more than 35,000 people were killed in that civil war, including Darhoh’s parents. A group of Darboh’s relatives escpaped with the boy travelling on foot to Gambia and Senegal before getting the