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Indiana rolls in exhibition opener

Here are a few individual highlights from Indiana’s exhibition game against Indiana Wesleyan on Thursday night, including a dunk, a newcomer’s jumper and a nice drive. Indiana won the game 86-57. For more stats and game details, check out the GameTracker at, and see more videos in this post. Indiana’s Will Sheehey connected on a pass to Victor Oladipo for a dunk in the first half. Indiana’s Maurice Creek gets past two defenders for a lay-up in the first half. And here’s a first look at Indiana freshman guard Yogi Ferrell, who makes a nice jump shot early in

Alonzo Whaley

Week 10 Previews: Breaking down Saturday's games

Coaches always say: You play the games to remember in November. Well, my calendar says “November.” While this Saturday may lack some pizzazz on the surface, there still are several contests that will go a long way toward shaping the Legends and Leaders division races. Let the games begin! [RELATED: Week 10 predictions | Week 10 Questions | Week 10 Mailbag ] 1. Nebraska at Michigan State | Full scoreboard & TV info Why you should watch: With consecutive wins over Northwestern and Michigan, the Cornhuskers are in control of the Legends Division in the program’s quest for its first

Cody Latimer

Debate it: Could Hoosiers really make title game?

Indiana’s Stephen Houston proclaimed it in his BTN interview following the Hoosiers’ win at Illinois last week. On the field, Houston proclaimed the Hoosiers are a threat in the Leaders Division. At 1-3 in the Big Ten, Indiana controls its destiny in a division paced by a pair of ineligible teams. This week’s hot topic: Is Indiana really a threat to represent the Leaders in Indy?’s Tom Dienhart and Brent Yarina discuss it in this post, plus feature your tweets. Brent: Can Indiana make it to Indy? Yes. Can the Cubs also win the World Series? Of course. There’s

Michael Carter

Big Ten links: Tebow's advice for Braxton Miller

Among my other daily links from around the Big Ten, Doug Lesmerises of the Cleveland Plain Dealer got an exclusive interview with New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow. You may have heard of him. In addition to being known for an iconic pose, Tebow once was a Heisman winning quarterback for Urban Meyer at Florida. Lesmerises talked to Tebow about a variety of subjects, including Buckeye quarterback Braxton Miller. What advice would Tebow give Miller? Now my other links … *** Check out this uplifting story—among my other daily links from around the Big Ten–from Marcus Fuller of the St.

Jake Stoneburner

Week 10: We predict all five games

Every week,’s Brent Yarina (@BTNBrentYarina) and Tom Dienhart (@BTNTomDienhart) offer their predictions for each Big Ten football game. We also provide a poll for all of the games so fans can vote for their winners. After nine weeks, it’s Dienhart on top, one game ahead of fans and three ahead of Yarina. See our Week 10 predictions and choose your winners in this post. [RELATED: Week 10 Power Rankings | Week 10 Player Rankings | Week 10 Bowl Projections] SEASON RECORDS Tom: 54-20; .730 fans: 54-20; .730 Brent: 51-23; .690 Michigan (5-3, 3-1) at Minnesota (5-3, 1-3)

Taylor Martinez

Journey: Inside last week's Michigan-Nebraska game

Wednesday night on the latest episode of “The Journey: Big Ten Football,” our cameras gave Big Ten fans a great look into last Saturday night’s big-time Legends Division matchup between Michigan and Nebraska. Watch the clip from the show that highlights the key moments from Nebraska’s victory now. And make sure to take in the entire video, because you’ll see Nebraska wide receiver Kenny Bell celebrate with Herbie Husker at the end. Nice ups, Herbie! Check out this video, too, from the Michigan State-Wisconsin overtime thriller:

Terry Hawthorne

Beyond: Discussing the latest on player safety

On Wednesday night’s “Big Ten Football & Beyond,” our crew discussed player safety, with an emphasis on Daydrion Taylor’s vicious hit on Bob Stephenson 15 years ago. The play ended both players’ careers, and BTN analyst and sideline reporter Jon Jansen, who played in the 1997 Michigan-Penn State game, joined the panel to give his thoughts on the hit and its aftermath. Watch the video here. [RELATED: Q&A: Exploring Big Ten research on concussions] BTN will feature Taylor’s hit on Stephenson on our pregame show at 11 a.m. ET Saturday. The feature marks the first time the two former Big

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Dienhart: The monetary impact of one BCS team

With just over a month to play, the bowl picture is starting to come into focus. You can’t talk bowls without talking bowl payouts. And, in 2012, the Big Ten’s postseason bottom line may take a hit. The Big Ten has eight guaranteed bowl slots, but it may not be able to fill all of those. That’s not the real concern, though. This is: The Big Ten figures to have just one BCS team. The Big Ten has sent two teams to money-making BCS bowls each season since 2005 and 11 times in the 14-year history of the system. With

Danny O'Brien

Big Ten Mailbag: Danny O'Brien's struggles

You have questions, and I have answers in this week’s mailbag. A good variety of queries populated my in-box this week, with fans wondering about Wisconsin quarterback Danny O’Brien and the stagnant Michigan offense, among other topics. Let’s get started! [RELATED: Week 10 Power Rankings | Week 10 Player Rankings | Week 10 Bowl Projections] Which team(s) do you give the Gophers the best chance of beating to earn bowl eligibility? – Shawn Minnesota has games remaining vs. Michigan; at Illinois; at Nebraska; vs. Michigan State. It needs to win one of those games to become bowl-eligible for the first