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3:05 PMLindenwood at MinnesotaWatch
6:00 PMWisconsin at IndianaWatch
6:30 PMWisconsin at MinnesotaWatch
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8:00 PMIowa at NorthwesternWatch
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8:00 PMRutgers at WisconsinWatch
8:00 PMUniversity of Victoria at WisconsinWatch

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Big Ten links: Catch up with Thursday's news digest

In Thursday's Big Ten headlines digest, we''ve got the following stories: Jerry Kill won't have a role with the Minnesota athletic department. Ever wonder which Big Ten players ran the fastest 40-yard dashes at the NFL Combine since 1999? Michigan Jim Harbaugh responded to another SEC coach. And here's one idea for streamlining the football recruiting process. Read on.

Oct 31, 2015; West Lafayette, IN, USA;  Purdue Boilermakers quarterback David Blough (11) throws against the Nebraska Cornhuskers in the second half at Ross Ade Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Sandra Dukes-USA TODAY Sports

Pilots, S'mores & a 34-year-old walk-on on this week's 'Journey'

On Wednesday’s episode of “The Journey” at 10:30 pm. ET, we follow Purdue freshman Markell Jones and David Blough, who are looking to restore the glory to the program and also take to the air as part of their studies as pilots in training. Also, see how the Minnesota Golden Gophers are moving forward after the sudden retirement of Jerry Kill, meet Northwestern’s Tom Hruby, a 34-year old walk-on and a military veteran, and go behind the scenes with the Ohio State linebackers hanging out together off the field.. All this and cinematic game highlights from Minnesota-Ohio State and Penn State-Northwestern games. Remember,

Watch Minnesota football's video tribute to Jerry Kill

Minnesota honored recently retired football coach Jerry Kill during Saturday night’s rivalry game vs. No. 15 Michigan. [ MORE: Dienhart: Kill was one of the game’s best coaches, people | Remember these Kill moments? ] During a timeout midway through the first quarter, the school aired a video tribute on the big board to the coach who retired Wednesday due to health concerns. The fans loved it, giving Kill, who was not in attendance, a standing ovation and chanting “Jerry! Jerry!” The video included highlights and behind-the-scenes moments from Kill’s Minnesota tenure, which lasted four-plus seasons and included a 29-29

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Big Ten links: More retrospectives on Jerry Kill's football career

News of Jerry Kill’s abrupt retirement stirred the Big Ten yesterday. It was a sad day for college football, as the sport lost one of its good guys. Charley Walters of the St. Paul Pioneer Press has a look at how Kill was struggling with his medications. And here is a good look back at Kill’s three-decade career. He was one of the best on many levels and will be missed. We all wish him good health and a happy life. But how will this impact the program he leaves behind? Can Minnesota retain the momentum Kill has started? [MORE:

Sep 26, 2015; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Minnesota Golden Gophers head coach Jerry Kill kneels down after the game against the Ohio Bobcats at TCF Bank Stadium. The Gophers won 27-24. Mandatory Credit: Jesse Johnson-USA TODAY Sports

Dienhart: Jerry Kill was one of game's best coaches, people

I shouldn’t have been surprised to see the e-mail. But, I still was caught off guard. There it was, glowing on my computer screen: “University of Minnesota head football coach Jerry Kill announced this morning that he is retiring from his position effective immediately due to health reasons.”

Minnesota coach Jerry Kill retiring, cites health reasons

Minnesota coach Jerry Kill abruptly retired because of health reasons on Wednesday, ending his efforts to rebuild the Golden Gopher football program during a tenure that included a series of game-day seizures.

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Watch Minnesota coach Jerry Kill's Big Ten Media Day press conference

Here’s Minnesota football coach Jerry Kill’s full media conference from Big Ten Football Media Days. Also today on BTN/BTN2Go: Watch our four-hour “BTN Live” at 3 p.m. ET for more Big Ten football interviews and analysis. On Saturday, BTN will air a Kickoff Luncheon Special at 7 p.m. ET, hosted by Dave Revsine. Coaches will join BTN’s lead studio host to discuss the upcoming season. Indiana’s Nate Sudfeld and Ohio State’s Joshua Perry will speak on behalf of the players in attendance. BTN is the sports fan’s home for championship football in 2015, as Ohio State begins its title defense on