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2:31 PMNorthwestern at Rutgers Watch
2:59 PMIowa at IndianaWatch
7:00 PMMichigan St. at Penn St.Watch
7:00 PMMinnesota at IndianaWatch
7:00 PMMichigan at Rutgers Watch
8:00 PMIndiana at NebraskaWatch
8:00 PMMaryland at NorthwesternWatch
8:00 PMPurdue at IowaWatch

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Watch Jabrill Peppers put strong hands on display

Seen this on IG.. Had to try it lol harder than I thought pic.twitter.com/ZvLZRjfLhM — JP5 (@JabrillPeppers) August 6, 2016 Jabrill Peppers is expected to be one of the best players in the nation, let alone the Big Ten, in 2016. [ MORE: Alex Hornibrook owns JUGS machine | Saquon Barkley drops jaws in drill ] Michigan’s cornerback-turned-safety-turned-linebacker is an athletic talent who can make plays all over the field, even on the offensive side of the ball. He’s fast. He’s quick. He’s strong. He’s powerful. His hands are pretty impressive, to boot. Watch Peppers show off his hands in

Watch Illinois AD Josh Whitman own JUGS machine at team practice

.@IlliniAD has still got it 🏈🙌 #Illini #WeWillWin pic.twitter.com/yoXQcKbkES — Illini Football (@IlliniFootball) August 4, 2016 Josh Whitman was a productive Illinois football player long before becoming the school’s AD. The former tight end, in fact, totaled 52 receptions, 552 yards and seven touchdowns during his Illinois career (1997-2000). Whitman, who was hired Feb. 17, still looks like can play some ball. He proved it Thursday at Illinois’ first practice of the Lovie Smith era, catching several balls off the JUGS machine. Check out the ex-tight end’s hands in the tweet above. Honest question: How many ADs could make something

Like highlight grabs? You'll want to see these from NFL camps

NFL camps are underway, and several former Big Ten stars aren’t wasting any time making head-turning plays. More specifically, must-see catches. We found a trio of remarkable catches – yes, even if they came in practice – on social media today, and thought we’d share the goods. There’s one from Minnesota’s Stefon Diggs (Maryland), Houston’s Braxton Miller (Ohio State) and Los Angeles’ Kenny Britt (Rutgers, before the Scarlet Knights entered the Big Ten). The Diggs’ one, for my money, is the best of the bunch. Check them out below. This catch by @stefon_diggs… 🙀💯🙀💯🙀@Vikings #TrainingCamp @kare11 pic.twitter.com/SbsDsthoQF — Brandon McCauley

Photo: Check out Nebraska's Sam Foltz helmet decal for 2016 season

This years for you buddy!! #SF27 #Huskers pic.twitter.com/Z53HQ6vP0L — Kyle Kotrous (@Kkotrous22) August 3, 2016 Nebraska shared the helmet decal it will wear to honor late punter Sam Foltz on Wednesday afternoon. Assistant equipment manager Kyle Kotrous tweeted a picture of the decal, which features Foltz’s initials, in red, and number (27), in white; the decal is affixed to the back left of the helmet, just above the players’ number. Foltz, the 2015 Big Ten Punter of the Year and a former walk-on from Greeley, Nebraska, was killed in a one-car accident returning home from a kicking camp in Wisconsin

Video: Big Ten players read 'mean tweets' at B1G Media Days

Big Ten Media Day is a time for media members to get fans excited about the college football season. We took it a step further and had some fun at this year's Big Ten Media Day event in Chicago.