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Tonight BTN/BTN2Go: Northwestern's 2013 Gator Bowl victory

At 8 p.m. ET tonight on BTN/BTN2Go, we will replay Northwestern’s memorable 34-20 win over Mississippi State in the 2013 Gator Bowl. This was a historic win for Pat Fitzgerald’s program, as the Wildcats put an end to the nation’s longest postseason losing streak. Heading into the game, Northwestern hadn’t won a postseason game since 1949. Kain Colter threw for 76 yards and rushed for 71 yards, while the Wildcats picked off four Mississippi State passes in the victory. Here is a breakdown of Northwestern’s victory. Top moment: Quentin Williams picked off Tyler Russell’s pass and returned it for a

BTN LiveBIG: Michigan State coaches get new perspective on performing under pressure

Michigan State men’s basketball coach Tom Izzo has seen more than his share of clutch performances and high-pressure situations. But even in his biggest games, there have been breaks in the action. In real emergencies, there are no timeouts, no commercials. That lesson — along with several others — was driven home for Izzo and other MSU coaches during a rather unusual team-building exercise at an annual Athletics Department retreat in early June. The coaches went through a simulation at MSU’s College of Human Medicine involving an emergency procedure with a critically ill “patient.” Izzo, Mark Dantonio (football), Tom Minkel

Tonight on BTN/BTN2Go: Nebraska's 2010 win over Missouri

At 8 p.m. ET tonight on BTN/BTN2Go, we’re airing Nebraska’s memorable 31-17 win over Missouri in the 2010 regular season. This game will be remembered for Roy Helu Jr.’s record-breaking rushing performance. The former Husker running back set a Nebraska record with 307 yards rushing while leading the Huskers to a win over Missouri. The Tigers were 7-0 heading into this game and ranked No. 6 in the nation. But Nebraska’s dominant performance put an end to Missouri’s winning streak and ended a 13-game losing streak against Top 10 teams. Here is a breakdown of Nebraska’s impressive victory. Top moment:

Braxton Miller confirms he is returning to Ohio State

Take a deep breath, Ohio State fans: Braxton Miller is returning to OSU for his senior season, and this time, the news is official. In an interview with the Columbus Dispatch, Miller confirmed that he will be back playing for the Buckeyes this season. He was forced to miss the entire 2014 season after tearing his labrum in his right shoulder in August. “I’m from Ohio, this is my home state,” Miller told the Dispatch. “This is where I started and this is where I’m going to finish it.” Miller also spoke about rumors of him leaving Ohio State and transferring

Big Ten announces list of players to appear at Media Days

The Big Ten announced Thursday the 42 players scheduled to attend the 2015 Big Ten Football Media Days and Kickoff Luncheon presented by Allstate and BMW, held Thursday and Friday, July 30 and 31, at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place in Chicago. Here is a list of players attending the 2015 Big Ten Football Media Days. EAST DIVISION INDIANA Adarius Rayner, Sr., DL Jason Spriggs, Sr., OL Nate Sudfeld, Sr., QB MARYLAND Brad Craddock, Sr., PK William Likely, Jr., DB Andrew Zeller, Sr., OL MICHIGAN Joe Bolden, Sr., LB Jehu Chesson, Sr., WR James Ross III, Sr., LB MICHIGAN STATE

Tom Dienhart's Big Ten position rankings: Left offensive tackles

Know your team’s left tackle. Just like the quarterback, he’s a glamour boy. Really. Jake Long, Orlando Pace and Eric Fisher are left tackles who recently were picked No. 1 in the NFL draft. You won’t see a guard or center earn that honor. And probably not even a wideout or running back. The left offensive tackle is a key cog to the production of the offense who often protects the backside of the quarterback. Without a good left OT, your school’s attack figures to be bogged down. Here’s my ranking of the projected Big Ten left offensive tackles from

Big Ten conference tweets out clues for media day attendees

The 2015 Big Ten Football Media Days are set to take place on Thursday, July 30 and Friday, July 31 at the Hyatt Regency McCormickPlace in Chicago. This year, the format will be different from previous years, as seven teams will be featured on Thursday, and the other seven on Friday. Here’s how the days will be broken up: Thursday, July 30: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan State, Ohio State, Wisconsin Friday, July 31: Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Northwestern, Penn State, Purdue, Rutgers Today, the Big Ten will release the list of players at this year’s media day event. However, before

Big Ten links: Michigan's big deal with Nike, Chris Borland & more

Take the interim tag off Michigan A.D. Jim Hackett. Hey, why would he want to leave just when things appear ready to get really good with Jim Harbaugh on board? Exactly. “I’ve got to get my arms around it, but I’m not there yet,” he said. “It’s working so why mess with it?” See? To help Hackett, the Wolverines added a former longtime major college athletic director in former Oregon State AD Bob De Carolis, who will be a senior advisor. Smart move. *** Speaking of Michigan … its recent deal with Nike will be the largest … in …

Tonight on BTN/BTN2Go: Minnesota's 2014 comeback win over Purdue

At 8 p.m. ET tonight on BTN/BTN2Go, we’re airing Minnesota’s memorable 39-38 victory over Purdue in the 2014 regular season. This contest was an offensive shootout with 901 total yards and 77 combined points scored between the Gophers and Boilermakers. Minnesota running back David Cobb rushed for 191 yards and Ryan Santoso kicked a 52-yard field goal with just under five minutes remaining in the game to lead the Gophers to the comeback win. The victory gave the Gophers their first 3-0 start in conference play since 1990. Here is a breakdown of Minnesota’s impressive victory. Top moment: Cedric Thompson