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Q&A: Ciante Evans talks defense, UCLA & Bo Pelini

All eyes will be on Nebraska this Saturday, as the Cornhuskers welcome UCLA to Lincoln for the biggest game of the weekend. Huskers fans need no reminder of last year’s meeting vs. the Bruins in Pasadena. UCLA won, 36-30, as the Bruins obliterated the Nebraska defense to the tune of 653 yards. It was a sign of things to come.

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Mailbag: Purdue's best player: Cody Webster?

We are two weeks into the season, but a lot already has happened. Ohio State and Michigan have had their moments, Northwestern looks legit and Illinois has been a surprise. It has given us all a lot to write and talk about.

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Video: Watch Week 2 Big Ten touchdowns

Every week during the Big Ten football season, BTN.com video editors compile all of the Big Ten touchdowns. As expected, with 12 games in Week 2, including several against far inferior foes, there were a lot of scores. Do you have a favorite touchdown from the past week? If not, watch this clip and see all of the contenders. Even if you do, relieve all the scores again.

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Catch Illini great Dick Butkus on tonight's #BTNLive

Illinois great and NFL Hall of Famer Dick Butkus joins #BTNLive at 6 p.m. ET tonight. Butkus, a 1963 and 1964 unanimous All-American, will offer his thoughts on Illinois’ Week 3 test vs. Washington (6 p.m. ET on BTN/BTN2Go), the same team Butkus and the Illini beat in the 1964 Rose Bowl.

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Tuesday's links: Is it time to worry about Braxton's health?

Another day, another reason for Buckeyes fans to fret about possible potholes on the way to an unbeaten season. Should Ohio State fans be worried about Braxton Miller’s seeming inability to stay healthy? Miller has left six games with injuries since taking over in 2011. This is worrisome. Heck, he’s left both games early this season. Check out every instance by clicking here.

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Gophers lose CB Briean Boddy-Calhoun for season

(AP) Minnesota starting cornerback Briean Boddy-Calhoun has a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee that will keep him out for the rest of the season.

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