Saturday's Sights & Sounds from Indy

As a BTN.com web editor, I’m in Indianapolis covering the Big Ten Football Championship and filing reports including videos and tweets. I’ll also snap off some photos. Follow me on Twitter (@BTNBrentYarina). The Fan Fest has a feature where you can sit at the anchor desk and call a highlight reel. I met the father-son duo of Mark and Andy DeNato and watched them break down the Big Ten title game.

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Saturday's Big Ten Hoops Roundup

Want to see an amazing 360-degree dunk off the turnover? Check out Rodney Williams throwing it down late in the first half Saturday against USC right here. Five of the seven Big Ten men’s teams in action won today.  Click inside this post to get recaps and links to box scores, plus more video highlights.

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Dienhart: Big Ten Football Notebook

INDIANAPOLIS-Michigan State is hungry for its first Rose Bowl appearance since the 1987 season. It also is motivated to earn some respect. This is a program that has the best league record in the Big Ten over the past four years. This is a program that has won 10-games in consecutive seasons for the first time ever and is aiming for its first back-to-back Big Ten titles since 1965-66.

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Five keys to Saturday's Big Ten Championship

The first meeting between Michigan State and Wisconsin was an epic encounter that most consider to be the game of the year in the Big Ten. The Badgers raced to a 14-0 lead before seeing the Spartans go on a tear to lead 23-14 at halftime. Michigan State pushed its lead to 31-17 early in the fourth quarter before Wisconsin rallied to tie the game, 31-31.

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BTN Dials Up Title Coverage Friday in Indianapolis

Can Saturday’s Big Ten Football Championship match the excitement of the last game between Michigan State and Wisconsin (see video in this post)? We’re in Indianapolis Friday for complete coverage leading up to the game and kick it off with a feature story on the importance of the event by BTN.com’s Tom Dienhart. At 4 p.m. ET watch the teams’ press conferences live on TV and streamed live on BTN.com. Then at 6:30 p.m catch The Big Ten Pulse followed by a special Big Ten Football Report: Championship Preview at 9 p.m. Find our Saturday TV plans inside and read more news from the past few days over here.

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