Menu Search

Football video: Relive all of the top moments from Week 8 in Big Ten football.

BTN Plus on BTN2Go

BTN Plus on BTN2Go

all times ET
6:00 PMMichigan at IndianaWatch
7:00 PMAkron at Ohio St.Watch
7:00 PMOhio St. at Penn St.Watch
7:00 PMMichigan St. at PurdueWatch
8:00 PMIowa at NebraskaWatch
8:00 PMMaryland at MinnesotaWatch
8:00 PMRutgers at WisconsinWatch
Thursday Oct 27
7:00 PMNorthwood (MI) at Michigan St.Watch

Watch hundreds of live non-televised Big Ten events via BTN Plus on BTN2Go.

Latest Capital One Bowl News

BTN LiveBIG: J.J. Watt giving kids a chance

J.J. Watt is now a superstar in the NFL, but it wasn’t long ago that he was just a small-town kid from Pewaukee, Wisc., daring to dream of one day suiting up as a professional football player. Watt’s journey to stardom, a bumpy road that didn’t include any big-time college scholarship offers as a senior in high school, has given him perspective. “My parents always taught me it’s important to give back and help others,” Watt said. “I know how fortunate I have been to be able to play sports and they have given me so much. Because of playing

Gallery: Gator, Outback, Capital One, Heart of Dallas

There were four other Big Ten bowl games leading up to Tuesday night’s 99th Rose Bowl between Wisconsin and Stanford. Northwestern was the lone victor, taking down Mississippi State in the Gator Bowl, while Michigan (Outback), Nebraska (Capital One) and Purdue (Heart of Dallas) all lost. Check out our photo gallery from the four early games in this post. [ RELATED: View our 2012-13 bowl schedule ]

Taylor Martinez

Murray, Georgia take down Nebraska, 45-31

Aaron Murray threw five touchdown passes to set a Georgia bowl record, including two in the fourth quarter, as the sixth-ranked Bulldogs beat No. 23 Nebraska 45-31 in the Capital One Bowl on Tuesday. Murray shook off a pair of first-half interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown, and passed for 427 yards – also a Bulldogs’ bowl record – against the nation’s top-ranked passing defense. Get the AP recap, video and Tom Dienhart’s Snap Reactions in this post. Nebraska (10-4) lost its third consecutive bowl game, and finished the two season with two straight woeful defensive performances. The Cornhuskers

Capital One Bowl: Nebraska vs. Georgia

This is a battle between the losers of their respective conference title games. It also is a game that will feature one of the better quarterback matchups, with Nebraska’s Taylor Martinez facing off with Georgia’s Aaron Murray. And which Cornhusker defense will show up? The one that allowed 653 yards at UCLA, 63 points at Ohio State and 70 points to Wisconsin in the Big Ten title game? Or the one that backstopped a six-game winning streak leading into the league title game? Sunday at 7 p.m. ET Watch the one-hour “BTN Football Report: Bowl Preview” on BTN TV and

Phillip Nelson

Make the Call: Predict the Big Ten Bowl games

Minnesota kicks off the first of seven football bowl games involving Big Ten teams when the Gophers face Texas Tech on Friday night. On Saturday, Michigan State plays TCU. On Sunday leading up to five Big Ten bowls on New Year’s Day, watch our “Bowl Preview Show” at 7 p.m. ET on BTN/BTN2Go. But before all of that, it’s prediction time.’s Brent Yarina (@BTNBrentYarina) and Tom Dienhart (@BTNTomDienhart) make their bowl selections and let you vote in this post. Heading into the games, fans are atop the season standings. See our bowl predictions and choose your winners in

Season in review: Nebraska football

In just their second season in the Big Ten, the Cornhuskers won the Legends Division. But that accomplishment was muted a bit by a 70-31 loss to Wisconsin in the league title game. Still, this is Bo Pelini’s best team since arriving in Lincoln in 2008, as it was fueled by the No. 1 total offense (462.2 ypg) and No. 2 scoring offense (35.1 ppg) in the league. The defense? It had some bumps, allowing 653 yards in a loss at UCLA, 63 points in a loss at Ohio State and the 70 vs. the Badgers. And turnovers were killer,

Wisconsin's Montee Ball

Dienhart: Let's rank the Big Ten bowls

It’s the holiday season. Time is precious. There are many options when it comes to Big Ten bowl games but there are also five of them on Jan. 1 alone. Which ones should you watch? What should you watch for in each? That’s where I come in with my nifty ranking of the Big Ten bowls from 1-7. So, sit back, put down the remote, pick up your eggnog and candy cane and read on. [ RELATED: View our 2012-13 bowl schedule ] 1. Rose Bowl, Jan. 1. Wisconsin vs. Stanford. It’s the “Granddaddy of ‘em All!” Need I type more?

Northwestern's Kain Colter

Big Ten bowls: We predict all seven games

Every week this season,’s Brent Yarina (@BTNBrentYarina) and Tom Dienhart (@BTNTomDienhart) offered their predictions for each Big Ten football game and provided polls for fans to pick their winners. We’re doing the same this bowl season. Heading into the games, fans are atop the season standings, two games ahead of Dienhart. See our bowl predictions and choose your winners in this post. [ RELATED: View our 2012-13 bowl schedule ] SEASON RECORDS fans: 75-22; .773 Tom: 73-24; .753 Brent: 69-28; .711 Meineke Car Care Bowl: Minnesota (6-6) vs. Texas Tech (7-5) – 9 p.m. ET Dec. 28

Capital One Bowl

Dienhart: Best of the Big Ten Bowls

There are seven Big Ten teams in bowl games. And there would be two more, if not for Ohio State and Penn State being on probation. What’s the best quarterback duel? Wheres’ the best chance for an upset? Which game is the best candidate for a good, old shootout? Here’s a look at the best of the best involving the Big Ten and bowls games. Best game: The Rose Bowl clash between Stanford and Wisconsin will be like looking in the mirror. Each school has a tough, physical, punch-you-in-the-nose offense along with an underrated defense. Not having Bret Bielema along for

Postseason brings Big Ten bowl swag

One of the perks of going to a bowl is the gifts players receive. The Sports Business Daily recently chronicled what each bowl gives to participating players. Here’s a look at the swag that Big Ten players will receive at each game. Don’t forget that we’ll be tracking the college football bowls throughout the postseason, with previews, updates and in-game trackers in our Big Ten Bowls section. In case you’re wondering, events such as bowls can distribute participation awards worth a maximum value of $500, according to the NCAA manual. Minnesota vs. Texas Tech: Meineke Car Care of Texas Fri., Dec. 28, 9 p.m. (ESPN),