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4:00 PMVirginia at MarylandWatch
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7:00 PMSt. Louis at IndianaWatch
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8:00 PMW. Illinois at WisconsinWatch
Wednesday Oct 26
6:00 PMMichigan at IndianaWatch
7:00 PMAkron at Ohio St.Watch
7:00 PMOhio St. at Penn St.Watch

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Big Ten bowls: We predict all seven B1G games

All season long, our panel has predicted every Big Ten football game. We’ve also provided polls for Big Ten fans to make their picks. Now, it’s time to focus on the seven Big Ten bowl games. See our panel’s picks and cast your winners in this post. Keep in mind, Big Ten fans, you are just one game off the lead. Sean Merriman (@BTNSean) Season record: 81-16 Big Ten bowl game predictions: Minnesota 28, Syracuse 14; Kansas State 27, Michigan 17; Georgia 31, Nebraska 21; LSU 42, Iowa 24; South Carolina 31, Wisconsin 27; Michigan State 27, Stanford 24;

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Did you see this: MSU Rose Bowl Movie trailer

How excited are Michigan State fans for the 100th annual Rose Bowl? If this video is any indication, the answer is VERY excited. Watermark Pictures, a California-based company, recently created a movie trailer-style video for the upcoming 2014 Rose Bowl game, featuring Michigan State and Stanford. Check it out. My favorite part – The closing remark “We’re in for one wild night,” followed by the Rose Bowl matchup graphic. Enjoy Spartan fans!

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Outback Bowl Preview: Iowa vs. LSU

Iowa has enjoyed a season of redemption. And it has been sweet for a program that was scrutinized and criticized coming off a 4-8 season in 2012. Had Kirk Ferentz lost it? Laughable. The Hawkeyes enjoyed a reversal of fortune, going 8-4 behind a strong defense and the emergence of quarterback Jake Rudock, allowing Iowa to avoid missing the postseason in consecutive seasons for the first time since a three-year absence from 1998-2000. Not bad for a team picked by most to finish fifth in the Legends Division. And Iowa is hot, arriving in Tampa having won four of its

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Friday links: Should Braxton stay or go?

Let’s start daily links here with Ohio State’s Braxton Miller winning the Silver Football from the Chicago Tribune as the Big Ten MVP. Not a big surprise but still impressive when you consider he missed almost three games with a knee injury. Had Miller posted big numbers in a win over Michigan State in the Big Ten title game, I think he would have been a Heisman finalist. *** Doug Lesmerises of lays out five reasons why Miller should return for his senior season. And here are five reasons why the junior should turn pro. Me? I think he

NCAA Basketball: Penn State at Duquesne

Big Ten Geeks: Fun with shot data

You can tell a lot about an offense based on its shot selection. Does it force the ball inside? Does it take a lot of threes? The most efficient offenses will thrive on layups, dunks, and open threes. It’s still early, but we can look at shot distribution data (courtesy of to get a feel for a team’s offensive tendencies. Here’s the complete data for the Big Ten, with teams sorted from least jump-shot-happy to most jump-shot-happy. Team %shots at rim %shots 2-pt jumpers %shots 3-pointers Indiana 53.8 19.1 27.1 Michigan St. 45.4 21.2 33.3 Ohio St. 42.1 21.5 36.4

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Vote for Big Ten Football Game of the Year

The 2013 college football regular season is in the books. That means it’s time to hit the rewind button and take a look back at the top Big Ten football games of 2013. This past season included many memorable moments– Penn State’s quadruple-overtime win over Michigan, Nebraska’s Hail Mary to beat Northwestern, and Michigan State’s unforgettable victory over Ohio State in the Big Ten Championship game. But now, we ask, which game was the best? Cast your vote here: Week 1: Penn State 23, Syracuse 17 Week 2: Michigan 41, Notre Dame 30 Week 3: Michigan 28, Akron 24 Week

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Gator Bowl Preview: Nebraska vs. Georgia

Two traditional powers square off for a second season in a row in the postseason. And each will do so without the quarterbacks they began the season with. Nebraska’s Taylor Martinez has been shelved with a variety of ailments—shoulder, hip, abdomen, ankle–missing eight of the last nine games. Aaron Murray’s season was wrecked by a knee injury suffered vs. Kentucky on November 23. Last year’s meeting in the Capital One Bowl was tied, 31-31, in the fourth before a fumble by Nebraska back Ameer Abdullah opened the floodgates for a fast Georgia finish. [ MORE: View the 2013-14 bowl schedule

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Thursday links: Big Ten names on USA Today team

USA Today has its All-American Team out. So, let’s start daily links there. Ohio State linebacker Ryan Shazier and Michigan State cornerback Darqueze Dennard are the lone first-team choices from the Big Ten. Funny, wasn’t Wisconsin linebacker the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year? Borland was on the second team with Michigan State defensive end Shilique Calhoun, Michigan offensive tackle Taylor Lewan and Northwestern kicker Jeff Budzien. Lewan? Really? He was one of the 10 best offensive linemen in America this season? Talk amongst yourself. *** UConn apparently wanted Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi. But he apparently didn’t

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Wisconsin's Traevon Jackson posterizes Milwaukee

Wisconsin guard Traevon Jackson threw down a dunk that will be the talk of the town in Madison, Wis., this week. The Badgers’ junior point guard drove to the hoop and exploded for a thunderous left-handed dunk, posterizing the Milwaukee defender. Jackson’s father, Jim, was announcing the Ohio State vs. Bryant game tonight, but we made sure to let him know about his son’s must-see slam! This dunk is going to make @BTNJimJackson smile! Traevon Jackson throws down a ridiculous one-handed slam! WATCH- — Sean Merriman (@BTNSean) December 12, 2013 Enjoy, Badgers fans! Presented by Orville Redenbacher’s Popcorn, these

NCAA Basketball: Penn State at Duquesne

Big Ten hoops: Wisconsin, OSU remain unbeaten

It was a perfect night for the Big Ten in men’s hoops action. Penn State kicked off the night with an impressive 68-59 win over Duquesne, while both Ohio State and Wisconsin kept their undefeated seasons alive with convincing wins. The Buckeyes cruised to an 86-48 victory over Bryant and the Badgers topped Milwaukee, 78-52. Catch up on all of Wednesday’s Big Ten hoops action in this post. [ MORE: View Wednesday’s Big Ten scoreboard ] PENN STATE 68,  DUQUESNE 59 | RECAP | BOX | PLAY-BY-PLAY (AP) Reserve Allen Roberts had 15 points and D.J. Newbill added 13 points