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1:00 PMEast Carolina at RutgersWatch
3:00 PMOral Roberts at Penn St.Watch
7:00 PMMichigan St. at PurdueWatch
7:00 PMNorthwestern at MarylandWatch
7:30 PMN. Carolina Central at IllinoisWatch
8:00 PMPenn St. at WisconsinWatch
8:00 PMRutgers at MinnesotaWatch
8:30 PMSacred Heart at NorthwesternWatch

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Photo: Ohio State graces SI college football preview cover

Win the national championship, and you’re going to grace a lot of magazine covers. [ MORE: Watch Ohio State dummy prank | Watch Ohio State trash can prank ] Sports Illustrated announced Wednesday morning that Ohio State, the victor of the inaugural College Football Playoff, is featured on one of its four regional college football preview covers. The cover features linebacker Joshua Perry, defensive end Joey Bosa and Brutus Buckeye. Oh, and the College Football Playoff trophy. The other covers, for those wondering? Those would Mississippi State (Dak Prescott), Notre Dame (Jaylon Smith & Ronnie Stanley) and TCU (Trevone Boykin).

Big Ten players impersonate Meyer, Harbaugh & Franklin

Impersonations are great. Know what makes them even greater, funnier? When the impersonator knows the subject. [ MORE: Get to know Jordan Lucas | Get to know Drew Ott ] Big Ten stars Joshua Perry, James Ross and Jordan Lucas did impersonations of their respective coaches for ESPN at media days in Chicago. See it in the video embedded in the tweet above. Perry’s impersonation of Urban Meyer has to be the best. Nice work, Joshua! Perry also did a great job speaking on behalf of the players at media days:

Dienhart: Is the Big Ten on the brink of a golden age?

Woody and Bo. Bo and Woody. The names conjure images of dominance hearkening to the epic “10-Year War,” from 1969-78, during which Bo Schembechler’s Michigan teams and Woody Hayes’ Ohio State squads so dominated the Big Ten that the conference became known as the “Big Two and Little Eight.” Purdue? Indiana? Michigan State? Illinois? Minnesota? All the others? Hapless punching bags to the goliaths that were the Wolverines and Buckeyes, who routinely were ranked in the top five in the country while churning out myriad stars. Now, Ohio State and Michigan look primed to declare war again on the rest

Need proof Braxton Miller can play receiver? Watch this video!

Wow… 🔥💯🏈 #GoBucks @braxtonmiller92 with @repostapp. ・・・ Messing around on the field catching punts w/ @c_farris57 he is sooooo dramatic 😒. Snagged the sixth one though. A post shared by The Ohio State Football (@ohiostatefb) on Aug 3, 2015 at 1:54pm PDT Braxton Miller’s move from quarterback to wide receiver was one of the most-talked-about topics atlast week’s Big Ten Media Days in Chicago. [ MORE: Like this story? Check out our full Gone Viral section ] How he will be able to catch passes and run routes were the biggest questions surrounding the move. Well, the first part of

Big Ten football players offer freshmen to watch this season

Late last week, I asked seven Big Ten players to give me a true freshman who has stood out to them thus far, and who could potentially make an impact in the upcoming 2015 season. Here is part two of the piece, featuring the picks for Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Northwestern, Penn State, Purdue and Rutgers. Jehu Chesson, Michigan: Alex Malzone, QB. He’s a cool kid. When he first came on campus, he already possessed a lot of things I personally look for in a freshman, especially when it’s a guy who’s going to be throwing me the ball. I look

Big Ten Mailbag: Most important Minnesota unit vs. TCU?

Digging around my email on a hot summer night, enjoying some of the correspondence from devoted visitors to BTN.com. I have gotten a lot of negative responses for a recent story I penned about Connor Cook being the best player in the Big Ten. Cook isn’t even the best player on his own team. Other than your obvious disdain for Ohio State, how can you be thinking this? – Nathan Point taken. The Big Ten has several good candidates for “best player.” Ohio State RB Ezekiel Elliott, any Buckeye quarterback, OSU defensive end Joey Bosa. Maybe Wisconsin running back Corey