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10:00 AMFlorida at IndianaWatch
12:00 PMPenn St. at Michigan St.Watch
3:00 PMNorthwestern at Michigan St.Watch
5:00 PMDenver at Michigan St.Watch
6:00 PMMichigan St. at Ohio St.Watch
6:30 PMHoosier HysteriaWatch
7:00 PMNebraska at Rutgers Watch
7:00 PMPenn St. at MichiganWatch

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BTN Soccer Report: First week in the books

BTN’s Kevin Egan recaps the first weekend of Big Ten soccer action in the latest “BTN Soccer Report.” Highlights include reigning NCAA champ Indiana’s victory over Ohio State and Northwestern’s road win at Michigan . Get the latest Big Ten soccer standings here. On Twitter? Stay up to date by following Kevin Egan and the BTN Soccer Report. Find the full BTN TV schedule for men’s soccer below. 2013 Men’s Soccer | Find schedule for all Big Ten Digital Network web-streaming events Sunday September 1, 2013 2:00pm UCLA @ Indiana Bloomington, IN BTN Sunday September 29, 2013 3:00pm Ohio State

BTN Set Big Ten Tourney

BTN to air 67 B1G hoops games; adds Seth Davis to team

CHICAGO – BTN will be the fans’ destination for high-quality hoops this season, with more than half of all Big Ten Conference matchups airing on the network, including nine straight weeks of doubleheaders on “Super Wednesdays.”  In all, BTN will televise 67 men’s conference basketball matchups, including four Big Ten Tournament games and an additional number of non-conference games. “After an unbelievable 2012-13 season that included record ratings for the network, we’re looking forward to another competitive men’s basketball season,” said BTN President Mark Silverman. BTN also has added new talent to its men’s basketball roster. The network’s lead analysts,

Thad Matta

Yahoo! Best-case, worst-case for top Big Ten hoops teams

How does three Big Ten teams in the top 10 sound? That’s what Yahoo! Sports’ Jeff Eisenberg has in his Preseason top 25 best-case and worst-case scenarios. The three teams, of course, are Michigan State (No. 4), Michigan (No. 7) and Ohio State (No. 8). Eisenberg also lists Wisconsin (No. 19), but no Indiana or Iowa. The four ranked Big Ten teams are fewer than other experts, who either include the aforementioned Hoosiers or Hawkeyes, or both. Still, three teams in the top 10 – top 8, to be precise – is nothing to ignore. [ MORE: Preseason top

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Fun with numbers: Miller vs. NU pass defense

The streaking No. 3 Ohio State Buckeyes head to Evanston on Saturday night to battle No. 15 Northwestern in one of the biggest conference games of the year. With Ohio State riding an FBS-high 17-game win streak and Northwestern 4-0 for the third time in the last four seasons, look for this matchup of unbeatens to come down to the Buckeyes’ strong passing attack vs. the Wildcats’ pass defense. [ MORE: Follow @BTNStatsGuys on Twitter! ] Between sensational quarterbacks Braxton Miller and Kenny Guiton, the Buckeyes’ 19 touchdown passes lead the Big Ten and rank second in the FBS behind

Treyvon Green

Dienhart: Is this the biggest game in NU history?

The excitement seemingly has been building since the spring for Saturday’s Ohio State at Northwestern game. Oh, who am I kidding? The buildup actually began the moment last season ended. Back then, we all could see the delicious possibilities. The Buckeyes had a loaded roster for a team that was coming off a 12-0 debut under Urban Meyer. Northwestern also had lots of veteran talent back from a 10-win team that was coming off the program’s first bowl victory since the 1948 season. Every Big Ten watcher circled October 5 on their calendar, anticipating the Buckeyes’ trip to Northwestern in

Floyd of Rosedale

Mailbag: Does Iowa remind you of 2008 team?

The calendar says “October,” and I can’t believe it. The season is almost halfway over, with most of the best action yet to come in November. I can tell by your cards and letters that you are excited. Keep the correspondence coming! Let’s dig into this week’s Mailbag! This year’s Iowa team continues to look a lot like the 2008 team to me. The 2008 Hawkeye squad lost some early games but got on a roll with a win over highly-ranked Penn State and looked like one of the best teams in the country. That finish in 2008 helped shoot

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Volleyball Report: Buckle up for wild Big Ten season

Conversations with Big Ten coaches have had one common theme heading into the start of conference play: No one has any idea where his/her team, or any of their fellow members, will end up in the title race come the end of November. The Big Ten has been the strongest conference in the nation over the past few seasons, but in a year that has witnessed the league set a new NCAA record for teams in the Top 25 (9), the Big Ten’s coaches are hesitant to make any predictions. Two Final Four teams entered 2013 with the majority of

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Video: Pat Fitzgerald answers reporter's cell phone

It’s kind of a big week at Northwestern. The 4-0 Wildcats are hosting Ohio State, which has won its last 17 games, Saturday night in a game that could be a preview of the 2013 Big Ten title game. If Monday’s press conference is any indication, Pat Fitzgerald isn’t letting the pressure of the big-time battle ruin his disposition. Not even a poorly timed phone call. In what is becoming a more common occurrence these days, a call came through to a reporter’s cell phone that was placed in front of Fitzgerald to record his comments. And, let’s just say,

Melvin Gordon

Player Rankings: See who makes first list of 2013

I’ve said it several times: College football polls shouldn’t come out until at least October. You know, until we see what the teams look like and how they perform against quality competition. Well, with the calendar flipped to October, that means we’ve seen enough football to also consider other things. Like, for example, player rankings. View my first Big Ten player rankings of the season in this post. 1. Ohio State quarterbacks. Braxton Miller or Kenny Guiton, it doesn’t matter. The duo has combined to win the last three Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week awards, and it has

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Bowl projections: Where is your team this week?

It’s never too early to make postseason plans, right? Yes, it is. Well, forget all of that and play along with me in my weekly bowl projections. It’s fun to play make-believe! Iowa was the biggest mover in my weekly bowl prognostications, as I now have the Hawkeyes in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl, where they would play Baylor. Minnesota fell to the Little Caesar’s Bowl—if it is able to reach bowl eligibility, which could be difficult. In the end, the Big Ten may have difficulty filling all of its bowl slots. Penn State is ineligible, while Indiana and Purdue