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Damon Bullock

Dienhart: My snap reactions to afternoon games

Earlier Saturday, I offered my snap reactions from the Big Ten’s first four games. With the afternoon games now in the books, it’s time to share what I learned from Iowa, Nebraska, Purdue and Wisconsin’s wins. Nebraska and Purdue cruised to victory, however Iowa and Wisconsin both received stiff tests that went down to the wire. See my snap reactions from the afternoon games in this post. Purdue 48, Eastern Kentucky 6 1. Moments before the game, Purdue announced that starting quarterback Caleb TerBush was suspended for the game. No problem. Robert Marve took over and looked like an All-American

Purdue Boilermakers kicker Sam McCartney (43) kicks for a point after touchdown in the first half against the Eastern Kentucky Colonels at Ross Ade Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Sandra Dukes-US PRESSWIRE

Purdue rolls E. Kentucky, 48-6

Robert Marve passed for a career-high 295 yards and matched a career best with three touchdowns to help Purdue defeat Eastern Kentucky 48-6 on Saturday in both teams’ season opener. Marve started because previously declared starter Caleb TerBush was suspended one game for violating team rules. He hadn’t thrown three touchdowns since 2008, when he was the starter at Miami. Akeem Shavers ran for 74 yards and O.J. Ross caught eight passes for 71 yards. Purdue gained 542 yards against coach Danny Hope’s alma mater, where he was the head coach from 2003 to 2007. The Boilermakers held Football Championship

Purdue Boilermakers linebacker Armstead Williams (31) attempts to block the punt of Eastern Kentucky Colonels punter Jordan Berry (37) in the first half at Ross Ade Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Sandra Dukes-US PRESSWIRE

3rd Quarter Recap: Purdue 41, E. Kentucky 6

Purdue held Eastern Kentucky to 28 total yards during the third quarter and the Boilermakers continue to hold a commanding 41-6 lead. Purdue sniffed out the Colonels’ rushing attack in the quarter, holding Eastern Kentucky to 17 rush yards. The Boilermakers expanded their lead to 41-6 thanks to an eight-play, 88-yard drive that ended when Robert Marve and Gabe Holmes hooked up for an eight-yard touchdown. Purdue’s Marve hit 200 yards passing for the game in the quarter, part of his 290-yard passing performance thus far. The Colonels will start the fourth quarter with the ball on the Boilermakers’ 25-yard

Purdue Boilermakers quarterback Rob Henry (15) runs as Eastern Kentucky Colonels defensive back Brandon Stanley (34) defends at Ross Ade Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Sandra Dukes-US PRESSWIRE

2nd Quarter Recap: Purdue 34 , E. Kentucky 6

Purdue looks to be in control of the game as it leads 34-6 at the end of the second quarter. The Boilermakers opened up the lead, 20-0, after marching down the field for an eight-play, 45-yard drive that ended when Kurt Freytag pounded in a seven-yard touchdown run. Eastern Kentucky made the score 20-6 after Matt Denham ran 30 yards to paydirt to finish off a 75-yard drive. Jared McClain’s 24-yard pass to Cameron Bailey took the Colonels from the 46 and across midfield to ignite the drive. Purdue made its lead 27-6 when Robert Marve threw a 13-yard touchdown

Purdue Boilermakers wide receiver O.J. Ross runs past Eastern Kentucky Colonels defensive back Justin Bell (11) at Ross Ade Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Sandra Dukes-US PRESSWIRE

1st Quarter Recap: Purdue 13, E. Kentucky 0

The offense led Purdue to 13 first-quarter points, and the Boilermakers lead 13-0 at the end of the first quarter. Purdue finished with 75 yards through the air and 94 on the ground in the quarter. The Boilermakers got on the scoreboard first, rattling off a five-play, 87-yard drive that ended in a score when Robert Marve found Gary Bush open for a four-yard touchdown pass. Purdue made the score 13-0 when Landon Feichter intercepted a Jared McClain pass and returned it for a touchdown. The Boilermakers will start the second quarter with good field position on No. 21 Eastern

Penn State Volleyball

Friday Olympic Sports Roundup

Several Big Ten teams took to the volleyball court and soccer pitch on Friday night. Penn State volleyball came out with a five-set win over Standford, while the Purdue women’s soccer team scored a 2-0 win over Tennessee-Martin. Watch the volleyball highlights now and jump inside for coverage of Purdue’s win. Purdue beats Tennessee Martin 2-0, read the full Purdue recap at PurdueSports.com.

Penn State Practice

Dienhart: A fun look back at the BTN bus tour

The BTN crew spent almost three weeks on the road travelling over 3,000 miles on visits to every Big Ten training camp. We saw a lot of football, talked to a lot of coaches and ate a lot of bananas and beef jerky on our super-deluxe tour bus that was tricked out with two color TVs, two fridges and Wi-Fi that sometimes worked and sometimes didn’t work. Two cases of Red Bull and a box of Twizzlers later, I put a punctuation mark on the 2012 BTN bus tour with a fun look at our circuitous journey from Lincoln to

Braxton Miller

Sign Here: Big Ten stars autograph BTN tour bus

Another BTN summer football tour is in the books. On this year’s trek across the Big Ten landscape, we logged 3,035 miles in the span of 17 days, according to the always accurate @BTNStatsGuy. And at each of the 12 stops, the exterior of our tour bus received a significant upgrade, in the form of 12 autographs – one from each of the players spotlighted on the sides of the bus. See a picture of your team’s representative signing his likeness in this post, plus watch our tour interview with him. ILLINOIS QB NATHAN SCHEELHAASE INDIANA RB STEPHEN HOUSTON [BTN.com:

Wisconsin's Montee Ball

Celebrating 5 years: Top 5 running backs of BTN era

It’s been a fast handful of years, and on Aug. 30, BTN will officially celebrate its fifth anniversary. Crazy to think, huh? To celebrate – not to mention kill time before the season kicks off – I’m spotlighting some of the great football careers during our existence. I’ll do it in the mold of “Big Ten’s Best,” our popular countdown show that returns this fall for another season of ranking the best in Big Ten history. My second list ranks the top five running backs of the last five seasons, aka the BTN era. Editor’s note: This list only includes

Wisconsin Badgers running back Montee Ball (28) and tight end Jacob Pedersen (48) react after a touchdown in the second quarter against the Oregon Ducks in the 2012 Rose Bowl game at the Rose Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Big Ten writers' 2012 mock draft: Round 1

Everyone, it seems, enjoys mock drafts. And it’s easy to see why. Not only do they create interest and offer predictions, but they often elicit passionate responses. You know the complaints and arguments: that guy’s too high, this guy’s better than that guy, etc. Well, we thought it would be fun to do a 2012 Big Ten football mock draft. How does it work? We invited a writer from all 12 Big Ten teams to conduct the six-round draft, consisting of QB, WR, RB, TE, Defensive player and K. We didn’t include offensive linemen (sorry!) because they aren’t stat-collectors, and