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Big Ten Links: OSU, PSU can still win divisions

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Big Ten Blast: Sept. 6th Morning Edition

It turns out Ohio State and Penn State do have something to play for this season, despite being on NCAA probation and ineligible to win the Big Ten or go to a bowl game. The Big Ten has said if either team finishes first in the Leaders Division, it will be awarded with the division trophy and be deemed “Leaders champion.”

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Revsine's Numbers: Week 2 figures to be intriguing

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The Journey 2012: Big Ten Football

While there’s always a certain excitement surrounding opening weekend, last week’s slate in the Big Ten left quite a bit to be desired. Outside of Michigan’s match-up with Alabama and Michigan State’s battle with Boise State, very few of the games elicited much in the way of excitement. That is far from the case in Week 2, where I’d venture to say as many as eight or nine games carry a fairly significant level of intrigue.

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Week 2: We predict all 12 Big Ten games

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Experts 'Pick 6'

BTN.com’s Brent Yarina (@BTNBrentYarina) and Tom Dienhart (@BTNTomDienhart) love to talk football, and that includes prognostications. Every week, the duo gives their predictions for each Big Ten football game, plus includes a poll for fans to vote for their winners.

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Which team has the most to gain this weekend?

Tonight on the season debut of “Big Ten Football & Beyond” at 6:30 p.m., Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo, Chris Martin, Teddy Greenstein, and Yahoo! Sports columnist Pat Forde team up to talk about the first big week of college football. Among the questions they’ll be debating: Which #B1G team has the most to gain with a win this weekend and why? You tell us on Twitter and use #BTNBeyond, and we’ll air the best answers.

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