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2:04 PMPenn St. at NebraskaWatch
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Week 4 Big Ten football game predictions revisited

Before we turn our attention to Week 5, it's time to revisit how the BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart and Big Ten fans did with their Week 4 Big Ten game predictions.

Indiana takes charge early to beat Georgia Southern 52-17

Morgan Ellison found Indiana's starting tailback spotlight; J-Shun Harris entered team record books; and the Hoosiers dominated from the start in a 52-17 victory over winless Georgia Southern on Saturday.

John O'Korn, defense help No. 8 Michigan rally past Purdue, 28-10

Chris Evans ran for two touchdowns in the second half and backup quarterback John O'Korn rallied No. 8 Michigan from a halftime deficit Saturday to a 28-10 victory at Purdue. Evans finished with 14 carries for 97 yards for the Wolverines (4-0, 1-0 Big Ten).

Nebraska shakes off Rutgers in second half for 27-17 victory

Tanner Lee led Nebraska on a 97-yard scoring drive for the go-ahead touchdown after Rutgers returned an interception for a touchdown, and the Cornhuskers shook off the Scarlet Knights in the second half for a 27-17 win Saturday.

Central Florida knocks off Maryland, 38-10

Taj McGowan scored two touchdowns, quarterback McKenzie Milton ran for 94 yards and Central Florida capitalized on an early injury to Maryland quarterback Kasim Hill in a 38-10 upset Saturday.

No. 10 Ohio State takes care of business, swamps UNLV 54-21

For all the criticism he has endured, J.T. Barrett keeps making his mark on the Ohio State record books. The Ohio State quarterback threw touchdown passes to five different receivers in the first half before giving way to the mop-crew on the way to a 54-21 rout of UNLV.