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Dienhart: Here's what I learned in Week 6

Mark Dantonio & Taiwan Jones

Cook Rolls, Hits Fowler for 37-Yard TD

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.

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

Ameer Abdullah

Bell Goes Up Top for the One-Handed Grab, Touchdown!

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.

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How did we do? Week 6 Big Ten picks revisited

Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

Blake Countess Pick Six

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.

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Catch up on Week 6 Big Ten highlights

Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

Ohio State at Northwestern - Top Plays

Well, that was a fun Week 6! No. 3 Ohio State’s 40-30 comeback victory under the lights at No. 15 Northwestern highlighted the slate, but there also was Indiana’s first-ever win over Penn State and much more. Catch up on all the Week 6 Big Ten action in this post.

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Jerry Kill suffers seizure, won't coach at Michigan

Minnesota’s Jerry Kill suffered a seizure Saturday morning and will not coach in today’s game at Michigan, according to Minnesota officials. This is Kill’s second seizure of the season, as he suffered one right before halftime vs. Western Illinois in Week 3. Read Minnesota’s official release in this post.

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