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Joe Paterno, Chuck Fusina & Matt Bahr to be inducted into Pa. Sports HOF

A trio of legendary Nittany Lions, Joe Paterno, Chuck Fusina and Matt Bahr, will be inducted into the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame as part of the group’s 53rd annual ceremony. The induction celebration will take place on Saturday, October 24 at the Valley Forge Casino Resort in King of Prussia. In addition to Paterno, Fusina and Bahr, Philadelphia Flyer Bernie Parent, basketball coach PJ Carlesimo, swimmer Kristy Kowal, Super Bowl-winning linebacker Neal Olkewicz, Pitt football coach Foge Fazio, college and NFL football player Bill Koman, college and NFL football player Eric Crabtree, golfer Chip Lutz and wrestler Gray Simons

Nebraska Hype Video

Nebraska football releases 'This Is Your Sellout Tradition' hype video

When thinking of the most impressive streaks in college football, Nebraska’s home sellout streak has to come to mind. The Huskers have sold out every home football game since Nov. 3, 1962, when 36,501 fans attended Nebraska’s Homecoming game against Missouri. Add it all up, and it’s 340 straight sellouts for the Huskers entering the 2015 college football season, which is by far the longest home sellout streak in the country. With a new coaching staff and high expectations surrounding Nebraska’s football program, the school’s video production team put together a very neat “This Is Your Sellout Streak” hype video.

Michigan at Ohio State

Tonight on BTN/BTN2Go: Ohio State's 2014 rivalry win over Michigan

BTN is airing 18 different classic games, ranging from 2007-2014, as part of our new “Big Ten Classics” series. Tonight’s game, which will air at 8 p.m. ET on BTN/BTN2Go, is latest matchup in the Michigan-Ohio State series. This game was an emotional roller coaster for both teams. Ohio State walk-on defensive lineman Kosta Karageorge disappeared earlier in the week and was recognized along with the team’s seniors who were playing their final game at Ohio Stadium. The next day, Karageorge was found dead. J.T. Barrett helped lead the Buckeyes to a 42-28 win, but the redshirt freshman QB suffered

Big Ten links: Early signing period, Nebraska season tickets & much more

Possible big doings here: According to a report released last week, the Collegiate Commissioners Association (CCA) will vote soon on the proposal of early football signing period. The start date for the proposed change is Dec. 16, and it will last for three days, if the vote passes. The addition would be up for review in two years, allowing the CCA a large enough sample to test the efficiencies of the amendment. I, for one, hope this passes. But, the “elite” schools don’t want an early signing period so they can poach commitments from lesser programs late in the recruiting

Bob Shoop Q&A: 'You have to experience' a Beaver Stadium White Out

The Penn State football staff’s satellite camp schedule took James Franklin and company through Chicago on Monday. [ MORE: BTN.com plays fill-in-the-blank with James Franklin ] That being the case, the coaches spent a little time visiting the BTN studio. BTN.com caught up with second-year Penn State defensive coordinator Bob Shoop to talk about several topics, ranging from Beaver Stadium White Outs to favorite people to follow on Twitter. See our full Q&A below: BTN.com: First off, that wasn’t a real tree Anthony Zettel tackled, was it? Bob Shoop: No, that was a real tree. It was funny, I saw