This is a light menu for Week 9, as there are just four games. Wisconsin, Michigan, Purdue and Indiana all are off this week. And there is just one marquee game, with Penn State playing at Ohio State looking to end the Buckeyes’ remarkable run of 19 victories in a row. Here’s a look at this week’s games.
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Allen Robinson entered the 2013 season as the Big Ten’s undisputed top wide receiver. The Nittany Lion star earned the honor following his breakout 2012 campaign, in which he led the conference in receptions (77), receiving yards (1,013) and touchdowns (11). Through six games, Robinson is on pace for even better numbers. But is he the Big Ten’s best receiver? I asked our resident quarterback, Stanley Jackson, for his answer.
BTN’s Dan Kelly, Kevin Egan and special guest Matt Eliason recap the latest Big Ten soccer action, including Michigan’s 1-0 upset win over No. 12 Creighton. Additionally, the panel talks about Penn State’s path to an undefeated conference record so far and what’s ahead for the Nittany Lions.
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This season, BTN.com editors will scoop up scoring plays for Big Ten soccer games for an ongoing feature called B1G goals. You can watch our latest installment in the the clip in this post, and then we invite you to bookmark the B1G Shots channel.
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With Ohio State, Wisconsin, Michigan State and Michigan winning—and Nebraska being off—there were no changes to the top of my Big Ten power rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal. But there was plenty of shifting in the bottom half, highlighted (lowlighted?) by Northwestern’s continued descent. It wasn’t long ago that I had the Wildcats No. 2 in the Big Ten. Now? Well, have a look for yourself.
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It’s that time of the week, time for four predictions, four thoughts, four truths, four jockstrap games and four factoids.
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