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Indiana Loses WR Wilson to ACL Injury

Another day, another Indiana receiver out of the picture. One day after Kevin Wilson dismissed Damarlo Belcher, the Hoosiers announced that Duwyce Wilson will miss the rest of the season with an ACL injury (read the full AP story). It’s been a tough season for Indiana (1-8, 0-5) in its first year under its new coach, and it’s only going to get tougher the final three games. Wilson led the Hoosiers in touchdown grabs (3) and was third in receiving yards (217) despite playing in only six games.

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Dienhart: Week 10 Best Suggestions

The calendar turns to November, when the games that we all remember will be played. Many big contests loom down a home stretch that will go a long way toward determining who will meet in the inaugural Big Ten championship game. There’s Nebraska at Penn State; Penn State at Ohio State; Nebraska at Michigan; Penn State at Wisconsin; Ohio State at Michigan.

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Dienhart: Indiana Dismisses Belcher

Indiana's Damarlo Belcher

Big Ten Blast: Oct. 31st Afternoon Update

Indiana had already begun to move along without receiver Damarlo Belcher, who was dismissed from the squad Monday for violating team rules. Belcher had started six games this season, but he missed the Iowa and North Texas games due to injury and was suspended for last week’s game against Northwestern. He paced Indiana with 25 catches for 286 yards and a touchdown.

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Icons Features Tom Osborne Tuesday

Nebraska's Tom Osborne

Big Ten Icons: Tom Osborne

CHICAGO – A brand new episode of Big Ten Icons, presented by Discover and hosted by Keith Jackson, airs at 8pm ET Tuesday with a profile of legendary Nebraska football coach Tom Osborne. The show will be followed at 8:30 PM ET by Osborne’s final game as head coach at Nebraska, the 1998 Orange Bowl. In that game, Scott Frost, Ahman Green and the Blackshirts defeated Peyton Manning and Tennessee, 42-17. Nebraska finished the season ranked number one in the coaches’ poll to earn a share of the national championship.

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Dienhart: Weekly Bowl Projections

Wisconsin's Montee Ball

MarQueis Gray: One-on-One

Penn State is the lone Big Ten squad that is unbeaten in league play. But it has a tough stretch run—Nebraska, at Ohio State, at Wisconsin–giving the Badgers a shot to still win the Leaders Division and advance to the conference title game.

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Dienhart: Big Ten Trophy Tracker

Prior to the 2011 college football season, the Big Ten announced the creation of 18 new trophies, including two for the new Big Ten Championship Game and two for postgraduate awards. Each trophy honors the Big Ten’s rich history, with two Big Ten legends’ last names on it (i.e. Nagurski-Woodson Defensive Player of the Year).

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Pulse: Feeling a Festive Show

It’s Halloween, so you know Rick, Rack and Timmy D are going to have some fun on Monday’s Big Ten Pulse at 6:30 p.m. ET. The crew will debate which teams have the inside track to Indianapolis, home of the Big Ten Championship Game, and try to break down the congested Legends Division. There will be Halloween-inspired topics, too, including which “kid” (sophomore RB) deserves the most treats following his Week 9 performance, biggest shock and biggest scare.

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