Revsine's Numbers: Big Games Every Week

One of the things I enjoy about college football is that you never really know what’s coming. Because there are so few games in a season relative to other sports and because so much needs to be sorted out in those few games, college football lends itself to having multiple “games of the year.” Nebraska-Wisconsin seemed like the Big Ten “game of the year” a few weeks ago. Now Wisconsin-Michigan State is taking on that feel. And, if the Badgers win and, say, Illinois gets back on track, then their meeting in Champaign on Nov. 19 will get that “game of the year” tag. Or, if the Spartans win, their game at Nebraska next week may suddenly earn the spotlight treatment.

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Preseason Hoops Player Rankings, Preview

On Tuesday night, Mike Hall and two-time Big Ten Player of the Year Jim Jackson brought you Big Ten Hoops Hysteria, spotlighting all the highlights from last weekend’s Midnight Madness events. We had highlights, interviews and behind-the-scenes looks from Indiana, Michigan State and Minnesota. With the season less than a month away, Brent Yarina decided to unveil his preseason Top 10 Big Ten Players and offer some 2011-12 predictions. Watch Jackson’s top three storylines for the season now and see Brent’s blog in this post.

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Breakdown: Redd Racking up the Yards

Monday on Big Ten Breakdown, at 7 p.m. ET, Mike Hall (@BTNMikeHall), Howard Griffith (@HowardGriffith) and Chris Martin (@BTN_Cmart16) break down Silas Redd’s continued success on the ground and analyze how Ohio State’s defense slowed Illinois. Every week, we take nominees for “Howard’s Hero” and Martin’s “On the Corner,” our guys’ picks for who stood out most to them from the previous week’s action. Watch now as Howard and C-Mart discuss their biggest surprises thus far in our Web-only segment.

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Big Ten Releases Week 7 Honors

The Big Ten Conference office released its players of the week for games played Oct. 15 on Monday morning. See all the Week 7 winners in this post.

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Weekend Olympic Sports Roundup

The weekend saw several of the conference’s soccer and volleyball teams in action. The 18th-ranked Indiana men’s soccer team rallied from a 1-0 deficit with four unanswered goals from Eriq Zavaleta, Alec Purdie and Nikita Kotlov in a 4-1 victory at Michigan on Saturday night. Watch the highlights now. Moving to volleyball, Nebraska won a five-set thriller over Minnesota, 3-2, on Saturday night at Williams Arena. Dive inside for highlights of that game, plus much more from around the conference.

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