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11:59 AMUCONN at MarylandWatch
1:00 PMRichmond at Rutgers Watch
Tuesday Oct 25
4:00 PMVirginia at MarylandWatch
7:00 PMColumbia at Rutgers Watch
7:00 PMSt. Louis at IndianaWatch
7:00 PMDelaware at MarylandWatch
8:00 PMW. Illinois at WisconsinWatch
Wednesday Oct 26
6:00 PMMichigan at IndianaWatch

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Braxton Miller

Heisman watch: Miller can't bolster case this week

Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein remains the Heisman front-runner, but his future may be murky after he got hurt last week. If Klein misses time or is ineffective, that would open opportunities for Ohio State’s Braxton Miller and others like Notre Dame’s Manti Te’o and Alabama’s A.J. McCarron, among others, to climb the Heisman ladder. Miller won’t have a chance to improve his resume this Saturday. Ohio State is off. But other Big Ten players could improve their stock in big games. Here is my look at the top three Heisman contenders from the Big Ten, which hasn’t produced a

Iowa Field Hockey

3 Big Ten teams make NCAA tourney

Three Big Ten teams made the field of 16 for the 2012 NCAA Division I Field Hockey Championship tournament. Penn State won the Big Ten’s automatic spot and is the NCAA tournament’s No. 4 overall seed. Iowa and Michigan were chosen as at-large teams. [RELATED: interactive tournament bracket | More NCAA tourney news at | Final standings ] The first- and second-round games will be played on four campus sites Nov. 10-11. All three Big Ten teams play on Nov. 10. Making its 28th appearance in the NCAA Tournament this weekend, the Penn State field hockey team

Eriq Zavaleta

Did You See This? Indiana goal celebration

Few things in sports top the reaction to a goal in soccer. From Andres Cantor’s iconic call to the players’ funny, creative and, at times, embarrassing celebrations, it’s plenty of reason to watch. Indiana’s Eriq Zavaleta came up with quite the celebration following his goal in Thursday’s double-overtime draw with Northwestern. We’re not going to spoil the surprise, so go ahead and be delighted by Zavaleta’s celebration in this video. [RELATED: Follow @BTNSoccerReport!] Got to love it! That’s a great use of available props and the execution was pretty good. If you’re wondering, yes, this celebration has been done before

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Soccer Report: A close look at the men's tourney

Penn State and Northwestern were both crowned Big Ten regular season champions on Saturday, as Michigan State failed to jump a Michigan hurdle in Ann Arbor. Losing to their close friends was one thing, but knowing that more clinical finishing would have giving them their first title since 2008 must be frustrating for Damon Rensing and his troops. On a positive note, they don’t have time to reflect as Indiana waits on Wednesday. This year’s Big Ten Tournament is impossible to call. Last year the Wildcats went undefeated in regular season play and thoroughly deserved all the accolades that came

Bret Bielema

On Badger QBs, referees & an old rivalry

Happy Election Day, Big Ten denizens! But before you get out and vote—if you haven’t already—read these Big Ten links. Fittingly, they begin with a big decision that has to be made at Wisconsin. See what I just did there? Big. Decision. It’s Election Day. OK, forget it and read on. The big question looming at Wisconsin: Who will start at quarterback? It’s between Curt Philips, who has had three surgeries on his right knee and hasn’t thrown a pass in 2012, and Maryland transfer Danny O’Brien, who has three starts this year but hasn’t looked great—especially in the second


'Elite' profiles 1995 Wildcats football team

Tonight’s episode of “Big Ten Elite” at 8 p.m. ET (and again at 10 p.m.) profiles of one of the greatest rags-to-riches stories in recent college football history. When Gary Barnett arrived on campus and announced that Northwestern fans and players should “expect victory,” few thought he could live up to that proclamation. But in 1995 the Northwestern Wildcats authored a season for the ages. Beginning with a season-opening upset of Notre Dame in South Bend, the Wildcats continued to surprise week after week to finish the Big Ten season undefeated and earn their first trip to Pasadena since 1949.

Tubby Smith

Gophers take down Southwest Baptist, 86-59

In its exhibition finale, Minnesota dropped 3-happy Southwest Baptist, 86-59, Monday night at Williams Arena. The Bearcats attempted a whopping 36 3-pointers, hitting just 10 on the night (27.8 percent), while the Gophers shot 53 percent from the field. Rodney Williams scored 13 points and grabbed eight rebounds and swatted two shots, both game highs, while Joe Coleman put in a game-high 15 points. [ Gophers run past Southwest Baptist, 86-59] Williams slams home first bucket of game Williams throws another one down Trevor Mbakwe flushes first dunk of exhibition Austin Hollins dunks with two hands

Glenn Robinson III

Robinson III, Michigan drop SVSU in exhibition finale

Two exhibition games down, Glenn Robinson III sure is living up to the hype. The talented freshman scored a game-high 17 points to lead Michigan past Saginaw Valley State, 76-48, in the team’s exhibition finale Monday night at Crisler Center. Star point guard Trey Burke, who was suspended for the first exhibition game, contributed 16 points and dished out a game-high eight assists. Watch the best highlights from the game in this post. [ Wolverines use big first-half run to bury SVSU] Robinson III slams home alley-oop from Tim Hardaway Trey Burke finds Robinson III in the open floor Mitch

Bo Pelini & Brady Hoke

Bowl projections: Six Big Ten teams on Week 11 list

No changes at the top of my bowl projections this week with Nebraska and Michigan taking care of business, and Wisconsin and Northwestern being off. But the “lower-tier” bowls are in flux. I don’t have Purdue, Iowa or Indiana in my projections, meaning the Big Ten will fill just six of its eight bowl slots. The 3-6 Boilermakers—losers of five in a row–must win out to get bowl eligible, finishing at Iowa, at Illinois, vs. Indiana. Not likely to happen. [RELATED: Week 11 Power Rankings | Week 11 Player Rankings] Iowa (4-5) needs two more wins vs. a slate that

Carlos Hyde

Week 11 Player Rankings: OSU's Hyde, Shazier debut

It’s time for my latest Big Ten Player Rankings. There are a couple of names making their debut on this week’s list, and both play in Columbus, Ohio. What other movement was there? Find out in this post. Remember, this feature ranks the Big Ten’s top six offensive and defensive players. So, consider offense the Legends Division and the defense the Leaders Division, or vice versa. [RELATED: Week 11 Power Rankings ] OFFENSE 1. Braxton Miller, QB, Ohio State – Going up against a struggling Illinois defense, it was pretty much a guarantee Miller would do his share of damage