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6:00 PMMichigan at IndianaWatch
7:00 PMAkron at Ohio St.Watch
7:00 PMOhio St. at Penn St.Watch
7:00 PMMichigan St. at PurdueWatch
8:00 PMIowa at NebraskaWatch
8:00 PMMaryland at MinnesotaWatch
8:00 PMRutgers at WisconsinWatch
Thursday Oct 27
7:00 PMNorthwood (MI) at Michigan St.Watch

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Oct 24, 2015; Piscataway, NJ, USA;  Ohio State Buckeyes wide receiver Braxton Miller (1) pulls in long pass during the second quarter against Rutgers Scarlet Knights running back Charles Snorweah (21) at High Points Solutions Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jim O'Connor-USA TODAY Sports

Four Big Ten teams ranked in latest AP & Coaches polls

The latest AP Poll and Amway Coaches Poll were released Sunday, and four Big Ten teams are ranked. [ MORE: Best of Week 8 | Week 8 scoreboard | Power Rankings | Bowl Projections | Mailbag | Latest polls | Week 8 picks revisited | What Tom Dienhart learned | Dienhart: Nebraska’s often-painful ride continues | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats ] Defending national champion Ohio State stays at No. 1, for the 10th straight week, including the preseason poll, and is receiving a total of 88 first-place votes following its 49-7 victory at Rutgers. Big Ten East

Crispin to Crispin: Joe & Jon discuss impact of 30-second shot clock

It’s been reported and talked about it a lot since it became official. The shot clock in men’s college basketball is going from 35 seconds to 30 seconds this season. [ MORE: Follow Jon Crispin on Twitter (@BTNJonCrispin)! ] How will the five-second change impact the game, the players and the coaches? BTN analyst Jon Crispin and his brother Joe Crispin, both former Penn State basketball players, take a look at what the shortened shot clock will do to the game below. JOE CRISPIN In all my years as a professional, I never heard a single player say, “Man, I

And now our 2015 Big Ten Football midseason superlatives

Which Big Ten football team has been the most impressive through seven weeks of the college football season? That is one of several questions we ponder as we head past the midway point of the season. senior writer Tom Dienhart and BTN,.com web editor Sean Merriman hand out some superlatives heading into this week’s Big Ten action. Joined by several national college football writers, here’s where Dienhart and Merriman stand heading into Week 8 of the college football season. BEST GAME: Michigan State 27, Michigan 23. Were there more exciting games from start to finish? Yes, probably. But good luck finding

NCAA Football: Minnesota at Michigan

Dienhart: An in-season look at Big Ten's new medical spotter system

With the Big Ten Conference's Independent Medical Spotter system in it's first year, BTN Senior Writer Tom Dienhart checks in to see what the conference has learned about spotting injuries in football games. What is the exact process? Who are the spotters and what have they seen through 42 non-conference games and 20 conference home games so far? Read Dienhart's update here.

Oct 17, 2015; Ann Arbor, MI, USA; Michigan State Spartans head coach Mark Dantonio stands on the field prior to a game against the Michigan Wolverines  at Michigan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports

Big Ten writer poll: Pick a coach to coach one big game

Here’s a loaded question for you to ponder: If you had one game to win, which Big Ten coach would you choose to lead your team? I asked some esteemed and sage media members for their answer. Check it out. Steve Greenberg, Chicago Sun-Times, Bleacher Report, Rolling Stone: Easy. Urban Meyer. Mark Dantonio next, followed by Jim Harbaugh. But Meyer has the big-game chops those guys still don’t quite have. You’d better believe other coaches are cowed by him, too, whether or not they care to admit it to themselves. Tom Oates, Wisconsin State Journal: Mark Dantonio. The Spartans always

Oct 10, 2015; University Park, PA, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions defensive end Carl Nassib (95) pressures Indiana Hoosiers quarterback Danny Cameron (18) during the fourth quarter at Beaver Stadium. Penn State defeated Indiana 29-7. Mandatory Credit: Matthew O'Haren-USA TODAY Sports

Midseason Big Ten All-Americans and where they came from

The 2015 college football season has reached the midway point, meaning midseason All-America teams are being released at a rapid pace. took a look at four of those All-American teams on Wednesday, listing all of the Big Ten honorees from ESPN, CBS, Sports Illustrated and USA Today. The biggest takeaway from the All-American teams: Penn State star defensive end and former walk-on Carl Nassib is receiving the attention he deserves. The same goes for guys like Wisconsin’s Joe Schobert, another former walk-on, and Iowa’s Desmond King, a Detroit native who wasn’t offered by Michigan and Michigan State. So, we

Big Ten links: On punters, Pitt vs. Penn State & Purdue's project plans

Thursday morning brings stories on Brady Hoke's take on Michigan's last play last Saturday, a little bit of possible tension between Pit and Penn State, Maryland's handshake plan for this weekend, and Urban Meyer's thoughts on Rutgers WR Leonte Caroo. Plus, Purdue seeks approval on a new football complex. Read it all in this post.

Carl Nassib paces Big Ten on midseason All-America teams

The college football season has reached the midway point, meaning midseason All-America teams are the hot topic entering Saturday’s action. [ MORE: Week 8 scoreboard | Week 8 previews | Polls: Who wins Week 8 games? | Power Rankings | Bowl Projections | Player Rankings | Mailbag | Q&A: Chris Laviano | Barrett named Ohio State starter | Watch Mark Dantonio dance | Watch OSU student do jump pass vs. Barrett | Hear your coach’s teleconference | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Latest polls ] The midseason teams are plentiful. No surprise, right? Below, I took a