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John Groce

Big Ten Geeks: A Challenging Night

The Big Ten put itself in a hole Tuesday night, going 2-4 against the Atlantic Coasters. Let’s take a look at just how it happened. We had predicted a split on the Challenge’s opening night, and we were awfully close to going six-for-six. How close? Well, in the one game we missed, Illinois held a 12-point lead over Georgia Tech with the ball and seven minutes remaining. In that situation, Georgia Tech had a win probability of just 2.8 percent. If you set up those teams with that time and score a hundred times, you’d expect Illinois to lose only three

Denzel Valentine

Geeks: A look at Wednesday's Challenge games

The Big Ten will enter Wednesday’s second and final night of the Big Ten/ACC Challenge trailing 4-2, and needing to win five of the six remaining games to take the annual event. Here’s our preview and predictions for Wednesday’s Challenge games. [ MORE: Catch up on Tuesday night’s Big Ten/ACC Challenge results ] Maryland vs. Ohio State Pomeroy Says: Ohio State by 11. The Teams: Ohio State enters the game undefeated, though it has not faced any elite teams, yet. Maryland has one bad loss (at home, to Oregon State), and one good loss (a one-point loss to UConn in

Ryan Shazier

Wednesday links: A case for Shazier over Borland

The Big Ten handed out its top individual awards. Not many shockers, but I’ll admit that I was a bit surprised that Ohio State’s Ryan Shazier lost out on Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year honors to Wisconsin’s Chris Borland. Doug Lesmerises of Cleveland.com notes that Borland finished third in the conference in tackles per game, averaging 9.3 per game for the 9-3 Badgers. He missed one game due to injury, and much of another, and had 102 total tackles in 11 games. Shazier? He led the conference in tackles for the 12-0 Buckeyes with 122, averaging 10.2 per

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Get BTN football title game coverage details

BTN will provide extensive coverage of the Big Ten Championship Game in Indianapolis this weekend, when No. 2 Ohio State takes on No. 10 Michigan State. Leading up to the action, BTN will air the Big Ten Football Championship team press conferences Friday from 3:30-4:30 PM ET.  Later, #BTNLive, with Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo, Howard Griffith and Glen Mason, will air live from the Big Ten Fan Fest at 6 PM ET. Also, Mike Hall will host the Big Ten Football Report Championship Preview at 7 PM ET with analysts Brandon Williams, Jim Miller and Stanley Jackson. Game-day coverage begins live from

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Should Big Ten champ make BCS title game?

If you’re on Twitter, you can vote in our ongoing series of Big Ten Twitter polls for our weekday TV show #BTNLive weekdays at 6 p.m. ET. On tonight’s #BTNLive show, our experts discuss this question: Should Saturday’s Big Ten Football Championship Game winner go to the BCS Championship Game? Two answers: #B1GYes or #B1GNo Select your choice below and tweet out your vote. We’ll be tabulating the hashtag totals all day and throughout the show.

Aaron White

Big Ten/ACC Challenge recap: B1G goes 2-4

The annual Big Ten/ACC Challenge tipped off Tuesday, and the Big Ten went 2-4. That means the Big Ten must win at least five games Wednesday to extend its streak in the event. Here are the results: Minnesota 71, Florida State 61; Duke 79, Michigan 69; Iowa 98, Notre Dame 93; Pittsburgh 78, Penn State 69; Georgia Tech 67, Illinois 64; Syracuse 69, Indiana 52. [ MORE: View our Big Ten men’s basketball scoreboard ] GEORGIA TECH 67, ILLINOIS 64 | RECAP | BOX | PLAY-BY-PLAY (AP) Georgia Tech closed the game with a 19-4 run to rally from a

Maverick Ahanmisi

Video: Gophers' Ahanmisi chips front tooth on fall

There’s a good chance Minnesota’s Maverick Ahanmisi will be visiting the dentist sometime Wednesday. The veteran guard took a scary fall in Tuesday night’s Big Ten/ACC Challenge win over Florida State at Williams Arena. The worst part of the tumble, Ahanmisi broke his fall with his mouth. The result: a chipped right front tooth. Watch it happen in this post. VIDEO: For those who missed it, here's how @GopherBBall's Maverick Ahanmisi chipped his front tooth. WATCH – http://t.co/nCFMtpVBhj — Minnesota on BTN (@BTN_Minnesota) December 4, 2013 The chip looks a little familiar, no? Opposite front tooth and direction of chip,

Mark Dantonio

See who won Big Ten's top individual honors

Monday, BTN released the 2013 All-Big Ten Football Teams and 12 of the conference’s individual trophies. Tonight, we released the final five trophies, including Offensive Player of the Year and Coach of the Year. See all the winners in this post. [ MORE: View official 2013 All-Big Ten Football Teams ] Hayes-Schembechler Coach of the Year (coaches vote): Mark Dantonio, Michigan State Named for Ohio State’s Woody Hayes and Michigan’s Bo Schembechler Dave McClain Coach of the Year (media vote): Mark Dantonio, Michigan State Named for Wisconsin’s Dave McClain Thompson-Randle El Freshman of the Year: Christian Hackenberg, Penn State Named

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Scouting Report: Big Ten assistants on Ohio State

The coaches for Michigan State and Ohio State are furiously game-planning for the Big Ten championship game. I asked several Big Ten coordinators who have prepared for and stared down the Spartans and Buckeyes for their off-the-record views and ideas on how to attack each team. Here’s what they said. ***SCOUTING OHIO STATE*** To stop that offense, you better be, No. 1, big enough, and No. 2, athletic enough, to make tackles at the d-line position. The d-line needs to be gap-sound and to get off blocks, or those guys will get through there. And I think Michigan State has

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Scouting Report: Big Ten assistants on Michigan State

The coaches for Michigan State and Ohio State are furiously game-planning for the Big Ten championship game. I asked several Big Ten coordinators who have prepared for and stared down the Spartans and Buckeyes for their off-the-record views and ideas on how to attack each team. Here’s what they said. ***SCOUTING MICHIGAN STATE*** I think MSU needs to get even more boring than they are on offense. They need to line up with as big of personnel as they can and run the football 50 times with Jeremy Langford. Right now, the OSU defense is young and built for speed