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Jordan Hall

Friday links: OSU No. 6 in Palm's BCS projections

Happy Friday, Big Ten Nation! It’s great to be alive on the eve of game day Saturday. And, isn’t it good not to be one of those officials who worked last nights’ Texas-Iowa State game? Let’s dig right into links. The great Jerry Palm of CBSSports.com has his first BCS rankings out, and Ohio State fans won’t be happy. The Buckeyes are—gulp—No. 6. Meanwhile, with Michigan and Minnesota bracing for battle, did everybody see this analysis of Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner from Minnesota safety Cedric Thompson. “I think he kind of, just, panics a lot,” Thompson told the St. Paul

Indiana Hoosiers head coach Tom Crean directs his team during practice the day before the semi-finals of the south region of the 2012 NCAA men's basketball tournament at the Georgia Dome. Mandatory Credit: Paul Abell-US PRESSWIRE

Watch Friday's Hoosiers Hysteria live online

Indiana’s basketball event “Hoosier Hysteria” will be streamed live Friday at 7:30 p.m. ET as part of the Big Ten Digital Network subscription package. You can subscribe to this service and access the live event via this link. The night’s activities will include team introductions, skill contests and a scrimmage by the men’s team. Despite losing four starters from last year’s Big Ten Championship team, expectations are high once again for the Hoosiers men’s basketball team heading into the 2013-14 season. Sophomore point guard Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell and senior guard Will Sheehey will lead a young, but talented group in

Pegula Arena

B1G Hockey: How Penn State hockey got here

No individual embodies Penn State hockey like Joe Battista. As Associate Athletic Director for Ice Arena and Hockey Development, Battista knows the program inside and out. He played, coached, recruited, built it, even. The “godfather” of the team, he’s been through it all. Legitimizing high-level hockey at Penn State has been a century-long struggle. When fans get their first chance to see the 2013-14 Penn State men’s hockey team at the brand-new Pegula Ice Arena the night of Friday, Oct. 4 in a free and open practice, all that will be a thing of the past. And when the puck

NCAA Basketball: Ohio State at Michigan State

Four B1G programs appear in ESPN's "top two-sport schools"

It is no question that football and basketball rule the world of college athletics. Ohio State is considered a “top-notch” national powerhouse when it comes to college football, and the same can be said about Michigan State when talking about college hoops. But what schools are dominant in both sports? Our friends over at ESPN the Magazine recently published an article titled “The Undisputed Two-Sport Champ,” which uses a detailed formula to determine which college programs rule both football and basketball. The formula takes the following three factors into consideration: On-field success (which accounts for 50 percent of the final

Mike Hohensee

Next on Forever B1G: Mike Hohensee & Maurice Ager

Friday’s episode of “Forever B1G” profiles Mike Hohensee (Minnesota) and Maurice Ager (Michigan State) in our latest look at two former Big Ten stars who have pursued careers once their playing days ended. Learn more about them both from a portion of the show in this post, and then tune in at 7:30 p.m. ET that night to see the entire program. Hohensee, Minnesota’s quarterback in 1981 and 1982, played in NFL, USFL and Arena Football Leagues and later became the head coach of , Arena Bowl Champion Chicago Rush, He is also a 2012 Arena Football league Hall of

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#BTNLive asks: Who is most likely to pull an upset?

If you’re on Twitter, you can vote in our ongoing series of Big Ten Twitter polls for our weekday TV show #BTNLive each days at 6 p.m. ET. On tonight’s #BTNLive show, our experts look ahead to Saturday and debate this question: Which Big Ten football team is most likely to pull an upset Saturday? Four possible answers: #IUupset, #MINNupset, #ILLupset, and #NUupset. Select your choice below and tweet out your vote. We’ll be tabulating the hashtag totals all day and throughout the show. Again, the Twitter hashtags are: #IUupset #MINNupset #ILLupset #NUupset  

Treyvon Green

Best of Week 6: All eyes on Evanston

This is the first Saturday that features exclusively Big Ten games, with five on the slate. All eyes will be on Evanston, Ill., where a national TV audience will tune in for the Ohio State at Northwestern game. The Michigan State at Iowa tilt also drips with intrigue, as each program is looking to climb over the other in the Legends Division pecking order. The Little Brown Jug is on the line with Minnesota playing at Michigan. And Illinois’ trip to Nebraska is fascinating on many levels, with the Illini coming in hot and the Huskers dealing with a defense

Brady Hoke

Thursday links: Gophers, Wolverines expect better

Michigan has a big game against Minnesota on Saturday. The Wolverines have had two weeks to prep, two weeks to tweak things and show the world those wins over Akron and UConn weren’t indicative of the type of team this is. One area tweaked: Offensive line. If Michigan had played a game on Wednesday, Brady Hoke says Graham Glasgow would have started at center and Chris Bryant at left guard. Of course, the Wolverines didn’t play a game on Wednesday. Regardless, it won’t be a shock if each starts at that respective spot on Saturday vs. Minnesota. Something has to

Little Brown Jug

Week 6: We predict all five Big Ten games

Every week during the 2013 football season, BTN.com’s Tom Dienhart, Brent Yarina, Sean Merriman and hoops analyst Stephen Bardo, a huge football fan, make their Big Ten picks. We also provide polls for Big Ten fans to select their winners. Five weeks in the books, Big Ten fans are in sole possession of first place, one game ahead of Bardo, Merriman and Yarina. [ MORE: Week 6 scoreboard | Power Rankings | Player Rankings | Bowl Projections ] Big Ten fans Season record: 43-7 Week 6 picks: See polls below Stephen Bardo (@stephenbardo) Season record: 42-8 Week 6 picks: Penn

Kirk Ferentz

Week 6 previews: Get ready for Saturday's Big Ten games

The sixth week of the season is on our doorstep. And all eyes are on Evanston, where Ohio State will play at Northwestern in a game with national and Big Ten championship implications. But even beyond that Titanic clash, there are several interesting games. Here are previews of each contest in this first full-blown Saturday of conference action. Penn State (3-1, 0-0) Indiana (2-2, 0-0) – noon ET, BTN/BTN2Go Why you should watch: Each team should be well-rested coming off a bye week. But each is coming into this clash off far different circumstances. The last time out, the Nittany