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6:00 PMMichigan at IndianaWatch
7:00 PMAkron at Ohio St.Watch
7:00 PMOhio St. at Penn St.Watch
7:00 PMMichigan St. at PurdueWatch
8:00 PMIowa at NebraskaWatch
8:00 PMMaryland at MinnesotaWatch
8:00 PMRutgers at WisconsinWatch
Thursday Oct 27
7:00 PMNorthwood (MI) at Michigan St.Watch

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Bo Ryan

Wisconsin starts slow, recovers to drill UW-Oshkosh

UW-Oshkosh scored the game’s first seven points, but Wisconsin quickly recovered to cruise to a 96-44 exhibition victory Wednesday night at the Kohl Center. Jared Berggren scored 16 points, on 7-of-10 shooting, to pace a quintet of Badgers in double figures. Ryan Evans tallied a double-double, with 11 points and 10 rebounds, and freshman point guard George Marshall chipped in 11 points and committed only one turnover. Jared Berggren throws down reverse alley-oop Berggren And-1

Nebraska's Dylan Talley

Nebraska shuts down Midland, 68-40, in exhibition

In its final exhibition game at the Devaney Center and its first action under new coach Tim Miles, Nebraska took down Midland, 68-40, Wednesday night. Six Huskers scored at least eight points, led by Dylan Talley’s 10. Andre Almeida and David Rivers contributed nine points apiece, while Brandon Ubel and Sergej Vucetic both chipped in eight. Nebraska limited Midland to 28 percent from the field (15-of-53). Rivers flushes one home

Northwestern Soccer

Day 1: Big Ten men's soccery tourney roundup

The 2012 Big Ten Men’s Soccer Tournament got underway Wednesday at Lakeside Field. No. 5 Michigan State, No. 3 Michigan and No. 2 Northwestern all advanced to Friday’s semifinal action, beating No. 4 Indiana, No. 6 Wisconsin and No. 7 Ohio State, respectively. On Friday, it’s No. 1 Penn State vs. Michigan State (1 ET) and Northwestern vs. Michigan (3:30 ET), both live on BTN/BTN2Go. Catch up on the action in this post. Wednesday results (All times ET) 2:00 p.m. #5 Michigan State 2, #4 Indiana 1 RECAP | BOX | TOURNEY HOME 4:30 p.m. #3 Michigan 1, #6 Wisconsin

Connor Cosgrove

'Journey' tells Cosgrove, Hitchens' emotional stories

On Wednesday night’s “The Journey 2012: Big Ten Football,” we featured Minnesota wide receiver Connor Cosgrove and Iowa linebacker Anthony Hitchens. Both players have emotional stories, as the former’s battling leukemia and the latter’s mentor recently needed a liver transplant. Watch a clip from Wednesday’s show that  tells the powerful story of each Big Ten personality now and catch a couple bonus clips in this post. On the topic of Cosgrove’s story, it wasn’t only football players who shaved their heads. Volleyball player Mia Tabberson did so, too. Watch it here: See our bonus content from last week’s Iowa-Indiana game:

Matt McGloin

McGloin: 'Penn State football is greatest team sport to play'

Penn State is the surprise team in the Big Ten. There are many reasons for that. One of the biggest is quarterback Matt McGloin. He has been a revelation running Bill O’Brien’s pro-style offense that makes liberal use of the passing game. The senior leads the Big Ten in passing yards (2,436) and touchdown passes (18) with just three interceptions while completing 62 percent of his attempts. McGloin entered 2012 with 3,119 career passing yards, 22 touchdowns, 14 picks and a 54 percent completion percentage in his first two seasons, both of which he spent continually fighting for the starting

Kirk Ferentz

Surf through Dienhart's Wednesday links

Looking for a way to unwind from the dizzying amount of election coverage? You have come to the right place. Sink your teeth into this barrage of Big Ten football news. If your favorite person lost an election last night, they can take a cue from Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz, who is handling some tough times with great decorum and aplomb. Iowa is in the throes of an ugly three-game skid that is threatening to derail the season and keep the Hawkeyes from a bowl game. But you won’t see Kirk Ferentz blowing up about it. So, should Iowa fans


Next 'Journey' tells 3 more Big Ten stories

On tonight’s episode of “The Journey 2012” presented by Best Buy at 7:30 p.m. ET, our crew continues to chronicle the Big Ten football season while telling the stories of  Iowa linebacker Anthony Hitchens, Illinois cornerback Terry Hawthorne, and Minnesota’s Connor Cosgrove, who is battling leukemia. With Hitchens, our crew profiles the story of his upbringing. For Hawthorne, the East St. Louis, Ill. native overcame a scary collision earlier this year to return to the field. And for Cosgrove, many of his teammates and classmates showed their support for is fight by shaving their heads in a  sign of support. The

Stephen Houston

Compton, Houston join Tuesday night's '#BTNLive'

On Tuesday night’s “#BTNLive,” Nebraska linebacker Will Compton and Indiana running back Stephen Houston joined Dave Revsine, Howard Griffith and Chuck Long to talk about Saturday’s big matchups. Compton and the Legends Division-leading Huskers host Penn State, while Houston and the surprising Hoosiers welcome Wisconsin in one of the team’s biggest games in recent memory. Watch our chat with Compton now and catch Houston’s in this post. And here’s our interview with Houston: Here are Houston’s 2012 game logs: Rushing Receiving Date Opp Car Yds Avg TDs Long Rec Yds Avg TDs Long 9/1/2012 InSt 10 33 3.3 1 15

Ohio State's Aaron Craft

Rock the vote: Your 2012-13 winners are...

Tuesday was Election Day. That being the case, we wanted to give fans something else to vote on. We’re asking you to pick your superlative winners for the 2012-13 Big Ten men’s basketball season. From Big Ten champ to defensive player of the year, we want to hear your winners. For the record, the candidates in each poll were selected by web editor Brent Yarina. BIG TEN CHAMPION My vote: Indiana – Bold, I know. The top-ranked Hoosiers return all five starters, key reserves Will Sheehey and Derek Elston, in addition to a healthy Maurice Creek, and welcome

Joel Stave

Week 11 questions: How will Badger O look sans Stave?

Like the November rain, the questions never stop coming. Each week I pose a key one for each Big Ten squad. There are some vexing queries this week. Chief among them: How will the Wisconsin offense look without injured quarterback Joel Stave? See what other questions I have as we head toward Week 11 of the Big Ten season. [RELATED: Week 11 Power Rankings | Week 11 Player Rankings | Week 11 Bowl Projections] Illinois Will the offense find any consistency with Minnesota coming to Champaign? The Fighting Illini rank last in the Big Ten in scoring (18.4 ppg); last