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Jordan Cotton

1st quarter recap: Iowa 14, Indiana 3

Iowa aired it out to the tune of 84 passing yards in the quarter, and the Hawkeyes lead 14-3 at the end of the first quarter. Iowa took the game’s first lead after James Vandenberg found Kevonte Martin-Manley open for a 24-yard touchdown pass on the last play of a six-play, 71-yard drive. Iowa made the score 14-0 when Christian Kirksey intercepted a Nate Sudfeld pass and returned it for a touchdown. Indiana polished off a 50-yard drive when Mitch Ewald drilled a 45-yard field goal to make the score 14-3. The Hawkeyes will start the second quarter with the

Devin Gardner

Snap Reactions: Not too shabby, Mr. Gardner

Every Saturday throughout the Big Ten football season, senior writer Tom Dienhart watches all the action and offers his Snap Reactions. See Dienhart’s immediate thoughts from Michigan’s 35-13 victory at Minnesota in this post. Michigan 35, Minnesota 13 1. How good did Devin Gardner look? He hit 12-of-18 passes for 234 yards with two touchdowns and a pick, playing for the injured Denard Robinson. Gardner also ran for 21 yards and a score. I just wonder if Michigan would have won at Nebraska if Gardner had been prepared to play. Oh, well. 2. The Michigan defense continues to impress.

Kenny Demens & Vincent Smith

Gardner, Michigan top Minnesota, 35-13, keep Jug

Devin Gardner replaced Denard Robinson in a surprise quarterback switch by Michigan right before kickoff, throwing two touchdown passes and running for another score to lead the Wolverines past Minnesota 35-13 on Saturday. Gardner woke up the Wolverines (6-3, 4-1 Big Ten) after they went two straight games without a touchdown, guiding scoring drives of 91, 90, 86 and 79 yards to squash the hope the Gophers (5-4, 1-4) had of an upset with Michigan’s senior star on the sideline. [RELATED: Dienhart: Not too shabby, Mr. Gardner] Robinson has been bothered by nerve damage in his right elbow, but he

Le'Veon Bell

1st quarter recap: Nebraska 7, Michigan State 7

Michigan State’s Le’Veon Bell ran for 58 yards and one touchdown in the quarter, and the two teams are tied 7-7 at the end of the first. The Spartans struck first when Bell pounded in an 11-yard touchdown run, the final play of a 10-play, 68-yard drive. No. 21 Nebraska tied the score at seven after Taylor Martinez found Ameer Abdullah open for a two-yard touchdown pass to end a five-play, 75-yard drive. The Cornhuskers’ drive was highlighted by Martinez’s 59-yard run. Nebraska has the ball at its own 21-yard line to begin the second quarter. [ PREVIEWS | BY

Nathan Scheelhaase

1st quarter recap: Ohio State 7, Illinois 6

Nick Immekus hit two field goals to help Illinois get off to a good start against No. 6 Ohio State, however the Buckeyes lead 7-6 at the end of the first quarter. Illinois struck first when Immekus made a 42-yard field goal, the final play of an 11-play, 39-yard drive. Carlos Hyde’s three-yard touchdown run gave the Buckeyes the lead, 7-3, and was the final play of a 10-play, 79-yard drive. Pass plays were an afterthought for Ohio State, as the Buckeyes threw just one pass on that possession. A 46-yard drive that ended when Immekus kicked a 26-yard field

Robert Marve

1st quarter recap: Penn State 10, Purdue 3

Penn State’s secondary stifled the passing game, allowing just 31 yards through the air to Purdue in the first quarter and the Nittany Lions lead 10-3 at the end of the first quarter. The Boilermakers took the game’s first lead after Sam McCartney made a 20-yard field goal on the last play of a seven-play, 49-yard drive. Purdue’s drive was keyed by Akeem Shavers’ 37-yard run. The Boilermakers had to settle for a field goal after failing to reach the endzone from Penn State’s three-yard line. The Nittany Lions got even after Sam Ficken kicked a 27-yard field goal to

Jeremy Gallon

3rd quarter recap: Michigan 21, Minnesota 7

In the third quarter, Michigan’s Jeremy Gallon stood out. He caught two passes for 57 yards and one touchdown, and the Wolverines now lead 21-7. The last 21 points have been scored by Michigan. Gallon’s 10 -yard touchdown grab polished off a seven-play, 86-yard drive to give Michigan the lead, 21-7. The Wolverines used a 47-yard pass from quarterback Devin Gardner to fuel the drive. [RELATED: Denard Robinson sits out with right elbow injury] Minnesota is threatening to score to start the fourth quarter and have the ball at Michigan’s three-yard line. [ PREVIEWS | BY QUARTER | BOX |

Drew Dileo

2nd quarter recap: Michigan 14, Minnesota 7

Michigan scored 14 points in the second quarter, and the Wolverines now lead 14-7. Michigan finished with 112 yards through the air and 71 on the ground in the quarter. The last 14 points have been scored by the Wolverines. Minnesota opened the quarter with Philip Nelson throwing a 10-yard touchdown pass to John Rabe, the final play on a six-play, 43-yard drive. Minnesota’s punt return set the Golden Gophers up to start the drive. Michigan tied the score at seven apiece after Devin Gardner, who started in place of injured Denard Robinson, tossed a highlight-reel 45-yard touchdown to Drew


Watch our Daydrion Taylor-Bob Stephenson feature

On Saturday’s pregame football TV show, BTN profiled two former Big Ten football players who will be forever linked after a collision in a 1997 football game between Michigan and Penn State. In the feature story, Michigan safety Daydrion Taylor and Penn State tight end Bob Stephenson discuss the hit and what life has been like for the past 15 years since then. Watch the full feature here and read their own words in this post. Both men coach football today as Stephenson is the head coach of the sixth and seventh grade little league football team while Taylor coaches

Devin Funchess

1st quarter recap: Michigan 0, Minnesota 0

The first quarter saw both teams combine for no points and one turnover, and the game is tied 0-0 at the end of the first quarter. Minnesota is in a prime position for points on Michigan’s 10-yard line to open the second quarter. The biggest news from the game thus far is Denard Robinson being ruled unable to play moments before kickoff. Robinson suffered nerve damage in his right arm in last week’s loss at Nebraska. Devin Gardner, who has played receiver this season, got the start for the Wolverines. Use these helpful links for this game: [ PREVIEWS |