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7:00 PMFlorida Gulf Coast at Rutgers Watch
7:00 PMTemple at Penn St.Watch
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4:00 PMBowling Green at Michigan St.Watch
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7:30 PMButler at IndianaWatch
7:30 PMDetroit Mercy at MichiganWatch
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Aaron Craft

No. 8 Ohio State topples Nebraska, 70-44

Deshaun Thomas outscored Nebraska in the first half 18-17 and finished with 22 points to lead No. 8 Ohio State past the Cornhuskers 70-44 on Wednesday night in the Big Ten opener for both teams. Lenzelle Smith Jr. added 17 points for Ohio State (11-2, 1-0), which won its 15th consecutive Big Ten home opener. The Buckeyes have a tough test on Saturday at No. 11 Illinois. The Buckeyes led by at least 20 points for almost all of the second half. How bad was it for the Cornhuskers (9-5, 0-1)? Only 8:27 remained when they finally exceeded the 31

Gary Harris

Super Seven: My top Big Ten freshman stars

The Big Ten has a nice collection of freshmen who already are making a big impact. Michigan has the best group, with the likes of Mitch McGary, Glenn Robinson III and Nik Stauskas already shining. In this week’s Super Seven, I take a look at the Big Ten’s best freshman to date. Vote for your No. 1 freshman at the bottom of this post. 1. Nik Stauskas, Michigan. The Wolverines may have the best collection of freshmen in the Big Ten. Glenn Robinson III and Mitch McGary got the headlines entering the season, but Stauskas is emerging as perhaps the

Quentin Williams

Video: Top 10 plays from Big Ten bowl games

While a 2-5 clip wasn’t the result the Big Ten was shooting for this bowl season, the conference put together its share of impressive plays. Watch our top 10 plays from the Big Ten bowls, including a pair of highlights from Northwestern’s first bowl victory since 1949. [ RELATED: Catch up on every 2012-13 bowl game ] 10. Montee Ball scores 83rd and final career TD 9. Trevor Siemian does best Kain Colter impersonation, runs it in for a score 8. Rex Burkhead 16-yard TD reception 7. Aaron Burbridge avoids tacklers, finds end zone 6. Philip Nelson buys time, hits

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BTN Court Pass debuts tonight

Just as BTN & BTN2Go did for football this past fall with BTN Field Pass, we’re turning on pregame cameras before selected Big Ten men’s basketball games this season to give fans a glimpse of their teams before the TV cameras go live. The experience starts tonight 30 minutes before both BTN games –  Nebraska vs. Ohio State Court pass goes live at 6 p.m. ET and the court pass at Illinois vs. Purdue goes on at 8 p.m.  You can watch these live online feeds via BTN2Go. What will the cameras show? Anything around the buildup to the games themselves. We expect

Sam Thompson

Live blog: Track Super Wednesday games with us

Super Wednesdays on BTN is back, and the season’s first installment featured No. 8 Ohio State drilling Nebraska and Purdue upsetting No. 14 Illinois. Catch up on our live blog in this post. The panel included BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart, BTN.com web editor Brent Yarina and Josh Reed, one half of the Big Ten Geeks.

Rose Bowl

Today's links: Breaking down Big Ten bowl results

As we stand in the aftermath of another disappointing Big Ten bowl season (2-5 record with a 1-4 mark on New Year’s Day), we are left to wonder how the conference would have fared if Ohio State and Penn State had been eligible. OK, that’s long enough. Time to leave Fantasy Land and surf my daily links here. Regardless of what might have been, the Big Ten held its own against some good teams, including Georgia, Stanford and South Carolina. And it came very close to beating them. The great Greg Couch of the Lansing State Journal thinks the Big

Barry Alvarez

Dienhart: 'End of one era, beginning of another'

When it comes to motivation, few push buttons better than Barry Alvarez. Heading into the Rose Bowl vs. Stanford, Alvarez had bracelets made for players that read “I’m In” and “I’m On.” But the players had to earn the rubber jewelry through their position coach. The idea: Get players to focus on the Rose Bowl, the task at hand—and to zone out the background noise surrounding the program. And there was a lot of background noise, set off by Bret Bielema’s stunning departure for Arkansas just days after leading the Badgers to a third Rose Bowl bid with a dominating 70-31

Quentin Williams

How did we do? Big Ten bowl predictions revisited

Every week this season, Tom Dienhart (@BTNTomDienhart) and myself (@BTNBrentYarina) offered our predictions for each Big Ten football game and provided polls for fans to pick their winners. We continued it this bowl season, and BTN.com fans and Dienhart each went 7-0, meaning the former claims the 2012 crown. Dienhart was two games off the pace, while yours truly finished a distant seven games out. [ RELATED: View our 2012-13 bowl schedule ] FINAL RECORDS BTN.com fans: 82-22; .788 Tom: 80-24; .769 Brent: 75-29; .721 Meineke Car Care Bowl: Texas Tech 34, Minnesota 31 Tom’s pick: Texas Tech, 35-21 – The Gophers

Montee Ball

Badgers drop third straight close Rose Bowl

Stepfan Taylor rushed for 89 yards and an early touchdown, Kevin Hogan passed for 123 yards, and No. 8 Stanford’s dominant defense shut out Wisconsin in the second half of a 20-14 victory in the 99th Rose Bowl on Tuesday night. Usua Amanam made the decisive interception near midfield with 2:30 to play as the Pac-12 champion Cardinal (12-2) won their first Rose Bowl since 1972. [ RELATED: See our 2013 Rose Bowl photo gallery ] Stanford didn’t score many style points, but the Big Ten champion Badgers (8-6) couldn’t score many points at all while losing the Granddaddy of

Pat Fitzgerald

In the year 1949, the last time NU won a bowl game...

Prior to Tuesday afternoon’s Gator Bowl win over Mississippi State, Northwestern hadn’t won a bowl game since beating Cal in the 1949 Rose Bowl. Sixty-four years and nine bowl defeats later, the run of futility is no more. Jump inside for a look at what was going on in the world in 1949, the last time Northwestern had won a bowl game. All information courtesy of www.thepeoplehistory.com: PRICES Average wage per year: $2,950 Average cost of new house: $7,450 Gallon of gas: 17 cents Minimum hourly wage: 70 cents/hour Average cost of new car: $1,420 EVENTS Soviet Union tests its