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7:00 PMPrinceton at Michigan St.Watch
7:00 PMCanisius at Penn St.Watch
8:00 PMNorthwestern at IowaWatch
8:00 PMRutgers at MinnesotaWatch
8:05 PMSt. Cloud St. at MinnesotaWatch

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Illinois at Nebraska

First half highlights from Nebraska vs. Illinois game

Saturday night’s Nebraska vs. Illinois game has had plenty of outstanding highlights in the first half. Here is a look at all of the top plays from the first half of action. Ameer Adullah gets the Huskers on the board with a 12-yard TD run: Illinois RB Josh Ferguson breaks off a huge 41-yard TD run: Ameer Abdullah breaks a tackle and scores on an impressive 8-yard TD run: Tommy Armstrong Jr. hits Kenny Bell for a 63-yard TD pass: Reilly O’Toole hits Geronimo Allison for a 58-yard TD pass:  

NCAA Football: Illinois at Nebraska

Illini QB O'Toole to replace Lunt as starter vs. Nebraska

The word came down officially before kickoff but Illinois will start quarterback Reilly O’Toole over Wes Lunt in tonight’s game against No. 21 Nebraska in Lincoln, Nebraska. Lunt is the 6-foot-5, 225-pound sophomore transfer from Oklahoma State is throwing for 309 yards per game to rank second in the Big Ten and 14th nationally. He’s completed 66 percent of his attempts, and his 11 touchdown passes are most in the conference. Lunt was named the Big Ten’s offensive player of the week on Sept. 8. O’Toole has played in 24 career games throwing for 1,024 yards while completing 69 percent

Minnesota at Michigan

Michigan coach Brady Hoke addresses media following loss to Minnesota

It is no secret that Michigan’s football team has struggled early on this season. The Wolverines’ struggles continued on Saturday in a 30-14 loss to Minnesota at the Big House. With the loss, Michigan dropped to 2-3 on the season, with its only wins coming over Appalachian State and Miami (Ohio), two teams that play outside of the “Power 5” conferences. Michigan coach Brady Hoke addressed the media following Saturday’s loss. See what Hoke had to say here in this post.    

Illinois at Nebraska

Catch up on Week 5 late action: Get scores, stats, recaps & video

It was an entertaining night of Big Ten football as as Nebraska took down Illinois, Ohio State dropped Cincinnati and Minnesota topped Michigan. Catch up on all the day’s action on our Week 5 scoreboard. Also, view our Week 5 gallery. NEBRASKA 45, ILLINOIS 14: BOX | PBP | AP RECAP | VIDEO: ILLINOIS | VIDEO: NEBRASKA Ameer Abdullah ran for 208 yards and three touchdowns, Imani Cross added a career-high 109 yards and a TD, and No. 21 Nebraska beat Illinois 45-14 on Saturday night. OHIO STATE 50, CINCINNATI 28: BOX | PBP | AP RECAP | VIDEO: OHIO

NCAA Football: South Florida at Wisconsin

Catch up on Week 5 early action: Get scores, stats, recaps & video

The Big Ten went 3-0 in Saturday’s early nonconference matchups, while Iowa, Northwestern and Maryland all notched impressive conference wins. Catch up on all the action on our Week 5 scoreboard now built for desktop and mobile browsers. See videos in this post. IOWA 24, PURDUE 10: BOX | PBP | AP RECAP | VIDEO: IOWA | VIDEO: PURDUE Iowa spotted Purdue a 10-0 lead, then dominated the final 49 minutes, rallying for a 24-10 Big Ten opening victory Saturday. NORTHWESTERN 29, PENN STATE 6: BOX | PBP | AP RECAPĀ  | VIDEO: NORTHWESTERN | VIDEO: PENN STATE Trevor Siemian


NU's Harris leaves game after tackling Penn State's Hackenberg

Northwestern’s Matthew Harris was knocked out of Saturday’s game after tackling Penn State QB Christian Hackenberg near the sideline late in the third quarter. Hackenberg was sprinting to the left when Harris took him down near Penn State’s bench. Medical personnel attended to Harris while Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald stood over his player. Harris did give the “thumbs up” sign as he was carted off the field. Later in the game, BTN’s Tina Cervasio reported from the sideline that the medical teams said Harris was responsive from the moment they got to him, but that they took him to the


Penn State honors past teams with blue no-name Homecoming jerseys

Before Saturday’s Homecoming game against Northwestern, Penn State coach James Franklin explained why his Nittany Lions took the field with the traditional blue jerseys with no name on the back. No names on the @PennStateFBall jersey's today and James Franklin explains why. — Penn State on BTN (@BTN_Penn_State) September 27, 2014