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Dienhart: Eight early thoughts as we head to Indy

The Big Ten Championship Game is set. BTN.com Senior Writer Tom Dienhart gives his thoughts on the upcoming matchup between Penn State and Wisconsin.

Watch Trace McSorley console injured Saquon Barkley on sideline

Saquon Barkley was helped to the sideline by training staff in the third quarter of Penn State's Big Ten East-clinching victory over Michigan State on Saturday and didn't return. The star Penn State running back had a towel over his head while he sat on the training table.

Watch Urban Meyer's react to No. 2 Ohio State double OT win vs. No. 3 Michigan

The Game 2016 is one college football fans will be talking about for a long time. Not only did it match No. 2 vs. No. 3 in one of sport's greatest rivalries, if not the greatest, it was a double-overtime thriller that had Big Ten and national title implications.

No. 6 Wisconsin rallies, runs past Minnesota, 31-17

Corey Clement ran for two fourth-quarter touchdowns, a big-play defense pitched a second-half shutout, and No. 5 Wisconsin beat Minnesota 31-17 on Saturday for its 13th straight win in the annual border rivalry.

Dienhart: Ohio State gets 'pulsating and heart-stopping' win vs. Michigan

Ohio State’s pulsating and heart-stopping 30-27 double-overtime win vs. Michigan adds another delicious chapter to an already illustrious rivalry steeped in lore. The Buckeyes domination in a series known simply as “The Game” continues, as they are 13-2 since 2001.