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2:00 PMPittsburgh at Penn St.Watch
3:00 PMC. Michigan at IllinoisWatch
7:30 PMWisconsin at MichiganWatch
8:00 PMIowa St. at IowaWatch
9:00 PMSIUE at NorthwesternWatch
Tomorrow
1:00 PMN. Iowa at WisconsinWatch
1:00 PMN. Carolina Central at PurdueWatch
2:00 PMCanisius at Ohio St.Watch

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Snap Reactions: Where does Iowa go from here?

Every Saturday during the Big Ten football season, BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart offers his Snap Reactions to each conference game. Get Dienhart’s immediate thoughts from Indiana, Ohio State and Penn State’s wins in this post. Want a teaser? Following its loss at Indiana, Dienhart wonders where Iowa goes from here? Indiana 24, Iowa 21 1. Indiana showed some heart in rallying for victory over Iowa today at home, which sets up a big visit from Wisconsin next week. Beat the Badgers, and Indiana will control its destiny in earning the Leaders Division spot in the Big Ten title game.

Latimer's 3 TD catches help Indiana nip Iowa, 24-21

Cameron Coffman threw for 315 yards on 21 of 33 passing and three touchdowns to lead Indiana on Saturday to a 24-21 win over Big Ten foe Iowa. Cody Latimer, who had 113 yards on seven receptions for Indiana (4-5, 2-3 Big Ten), caught all three of Coffman’s touchdown passes. James Vandenberg was 21 of 34 for 249 yards passing and a touchdown for Iowa (4-5, 2-3). Damon Bullock ran for 83 yards on 25 carries for the Hawkeyes, who played without running back Mark Weisman. [RELATED: Antwaan Randle El inducted into Indiana Athletics Hall of Fame] The Hawkeyes regained

3rd quarter recap: Indiana 17, Iowa 14

At one point Indiana trailed by 14 points, but the Hoosiers have come back to take a 17-14 lead at the end of the third quarter. With 10:06 to go in the second quarter Indiana looked to be in trouble, but it has stormed back to take the lead. Iowa has given up 17 straight points. Cameron Coffman’s six-yard touchdown pass to Cody Latimer gave the Hoosiers the lead 17-14 after a seven-play, 80-yard drive. Indiana’s drive was highlighted by Coffman’s 77-yard pass. The Hoosiers’ Kofi Hughes hit 100 yards receiving for the game in the quarter, part of his

Indiana legend Randle El inducted into Indiana HOF

Indiana football legend and current BTN analyst Antwaan Randle El was inducted into the Indiana Athletics Hall of Fame on Friday night. On Saturday, Randle El was introduced to the Memorial Stadium crowd at halftime of Indiana’s win over Iowa. The former quarterback received a thunderous ovation, and for good reason. Randle El, a 2001 first-team All-America, was the first in NCAA history to score 40 rush touchdowns and 40 pass touchdowns and the first to amass 6,000 passing yards and 3,000 rushing yards. Watch our interview with Randle El now. [IUHoosiers.com: 2012 IU Athletics Hall of Fame class honored]

2nd quarter recap: Iowa 14, Indiana 10

In the second quarter, Cody Latimer fought back for Indiana. He caught four passes for 68 yards and one touchdown, and the Hoosiers have closed the gap to 14-10. Indiana has scored 10 straight points. The Hoosiers finished off an 87-yard drive when Cameron Coffman and Latimer combined for a 15-yard touchdown to make the score 14-10. Indiana drove across midfield after Coffman’s 22-yard pass to Latimer from the 29-yard line. The Hoosiers passed on five of six plays on that possession, almost ignoring the running game completely. Indiana will have possession to start the second half. [ PREVIEWS |

1st quarter recap: Iowa 14, Indiana 3

Iowa aired it out to the tune of 84 passing yards in the quarter, and the Hawkeyes lead 14-3 at the end of the first quarter. Iowa took the game’s first lead after James Vandenberg found Kevonte Martin-Manley open for a 24-yard touchdown pass on the last play of a six-play, 71-yard drive. Iowa made the score 14-0 when Christian Kirksey intercepted a Nate Sudfeld pass and returned it for a touchdown. Indiana polished off a 50-yard drive when Mitch Ewald drilled a 45-yard field goal to make the score 14-3. The Hawkeyes will start the second quarter with the

Numbers: Crunching stats for title time

November is upon us. It used to be the month when championships were decided. How very 2010. Now, it’s the month when spots in the Championship Game are decided. All in the name of progress… In an odd scheduling quirk, there is just one game in the early window on Saturday – as Minnesota and Michigan battle for the Little Brown Jug in a game you can see on BTN/BTN2Go. Obviously, much of the focus will be on the health of Michigan’s Denard Robinson, after he left the Nebraska game Saturday with an elbow injury. Without him, the Wolverines offense

Week 10 Previews: Breaking down Saturday's games

Coaches always say: You play the games to remember in November. Well, my calendar says “November.” While this Saturday may lack some pizzazz on the surface, there still are several contests that will go a long way toward shaping the Legends and Leaders division races. Let the games begin! [RELATED: Week 10 predictions | Week 10 Questions | Week 10 Mailbag ] 1. Nebraska at Michigan State | Full scoreboard & TV info Why you should watch: With consecutive wins over Northwestern and Michigan, the Cornhuskers are in control of the Legends Division in the program’s quest for its first

Debate it: Could Hoosiers really make title game?

Indiana’s Stephen Houston proclaimed it in his BTN interview following the Hoosiers’ win at Illinois last week. On the field, Houston proclaimed the Hoosiers are a threat in the Leaders Division. At 1-3 in the Big Ten, Indiana controls its destiny in a division paced by a pair of ineligible teams. This week’s hot topic: Is Indiana really a threat to represent the Leaders in Indy? BTN.com’s Tom Dienhart and Brent Yarina discuss it in this post, plus feature your tweets. Brent: Can Indiana make it to Indy? Yes. Can the Cubs also win the World Series? Of course. There’s

Week 10: We predict all five games

Every week, BTN.com’s Brent Yarina (@BTNBrentYarina) and Tom Dienhart (@BTNTomDienhart) offer their predictions for each Big Ten football game. We also provide a poll for all of the games so fans can vote for their winners. After nine weeks, it’s Dienhart on top, one game ahead of BTN.com fans and three ahead of Yarina. See our Week 10 predictions and choose your winners in this post. [RELATED: Week 10 Power Rankings | Week 10 Player Rankings | Week 10 Bowl Projections] SEASON RECORDS Tom: 54-20; .730 BTN.com fans: 54-20; .730 Brent: 51-23; .690 Michigan (5-3, 3-1) at Minnesota (5-3, 1-3)