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Dienhart: What to watch for Saturday

With the potential for each division to be wrapped up this Saturday, there will be plenty to keep an eye on. Can Michigan State continue to run well? Is Penn State dialed it despite all of the off-field turmoil? Wisconsin must guard against a letdown when it plays at Illinois. Will the Badgers remain focused? Here’s what you should watch for each team this Saturday. 1. Nebraska QB Taylor Martinez. Can he continue to play well at Michigan? The last two weeks, he has excelled. He hit 13-of-26 passes for 143 yards and ran for 56 yards in a 17-14

Dienhart: Week 12 Predictions & Fan Votes

Saturday is on our doorstep with many key games and storylines looming. Can Purdue and Northwestern become bowl eligible? Could Michigan State (Legends) and Penn State (Leaders) wrap up their division? Here are my picks for each of the six games. Now you make yours, too. Iowa at Purdue: Momentum is on the Boilermakers’ side, as they are coming off perhaps the biggest win in the Danny Hope era and now are just one victory from punching their ticket to the postseason for the first time since 2007. Iowa? I have no idea what the Hawkeyes are thinking coming off

Dienhart: Week 12 Big Ten Previews

A full slate of games is on tap this weekend and the storylines abound. Michigan State (Legends) and Penn State (Leaders) could clinch shares of their respective divisions, but Wisconsin also controls its destiny in the Leaders and looks to keep pace with the Nittany Lions (full standings here). And Purdue and Northwestern could become bowl eligible. Following is a look at this Saturday’s menu of games, so be sure to track them from kickoff to the final whistle. WISCONSIN AT ILLINOIS (12:00 PM ET ESPN2/ESPN3) WHY YOU SHOULD WATCH: The Badgers’ Leaders Division title hopes looked bleak after they

Revsine's Numbers: Back for Week 12

First off, apologies for the absence of the Numbers last week. The demands brought on by our Penn State coverage proved to be a bit too overwhelming. Though it might be overstating it to say the Numbers are back better than ever this week, I think it’s fair to assert that they’re no worse than ever – and that’s certainly worth something. So, here we go. Let’s start with the teams that I think have the best chance of winning the respective divisions – Michigan State in the Legends and Wisconsin in the Leaders. The Spartans come into their game with

Dienhart: Big Ten's Best of Week 12

Just two weeks remain in the regular season, but there still is a lot to play for in the Big Ten. Michigan State could wrap up the Legends Division this week with a win at home over Indiana and a loss by Nebraska at Michigan. Regardless, if the Spartans win out, they are in the Big Ten title game on Dec. 3. Wisconsin and Penn State control their destiny in the Leaders Division. To stay on track for a de facto division championship showdown in Madison on Nov. 26, the Badgers must win at Illinois while the Nittany Lions need

Week 12: Football coaches' audio Q&A

In Week 12 of the Big Ten football season we’re adding the audio from the weekly Big Ten Conference coaches teleconference with reporters as we do each and every week. And @B1Gfootball spotlights a tweet or three from each coach on the call live on Twitter. Fitzgerald on WR Jeremy Ebert – been really consistent, thought he needed to work on blocking, done great job, he's a special guy — Big Ten Football (@B1Gfootball) November 15, 2011 Listen to Coach Pat Fitzgerald: Hoke on #B1G race – great quality, anything can happen, that's why you have to prepare so well

Dienhart: Sneak peek at Saturday's games

Can’t wait for Saturday? Me neither. The top storylines for this weekend: Michigan State, Wisconsin and Penn State all control their destiny in their respective divisions. Can each stay on track? Also, Purdue and Northwestern look to become bowl eligible. Here’s a quickie look at each Big Ten game this weekend. Indiana at Michigan State, Noon ET, BTN The skinny: The Spartans look to stay focused and stay on course in their quest to win the Legends Division. Momentum is on Michigan State’s side as it is coming off a dominating 37-21 win at Iowa. The Hoosiers, losers of seven

Dienhart: Big Ten Trophy Tracker

Only two weeks remain for players to make a run at one of the Big Ten’s inaugural postseason trophies, and the races for the various hardware continue to scramble from week to week with many players still in contention. Who are the leaders? Check it out in my latest Trophy Tracker. And don’t forget to watch our interview with Wisconsin running back Montee Ball, whose name might just be in contention for some of the hardware in this post. BIG TEN TROPHY TRACKER Graham-George Offensive Player of the Year
 1. Russell Wilson, QB, Wisconsin 2. Montee Ball, RB, Wisconsin 3.

Week 12 Football Power Rankings

Every week during the football season, Brent Yarina posts his latest Big Ten Power Rankings. Week 11 saw Penn State, the Big Ten’s last undefeated team in conference play, suffer its first Big Ten defeat. As for the power rankings, they are not meant to mimic the Big Ten standings. What fun would that be? They aren’t scientific, either. They’re simply Brent’s thoughts on where each Big Ten team stands after its latest game and entering its next contest. Agree? Disagree? Tweet @BTNBrentYarina. 1. Wisconsin (8-2, 4-2) – Star center Peter Konz’s foot injury could loom large, but it’s going