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7:00 PMCanisius at Penn St.Watch
8:00 PMNorthwestern at IowaWatch
8:00 PMRutgers at MinnesotaWatch
8:05 PMSt. Cloud St. at MinnesotaWatch

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Michigan Volleyball 2012

Michigan scores straight set win over Illinois

Michigan’s women’s volleyball team wins in straight sets with the upset victory over Illinois, 3-0, in Ann Arbor on Wednesday night. Watch highlights of the Michigan and Illinois match-up now and jump inside for the Ohio State and Bowling Green men’s soccer game video coverage. In men’s soccer action, Ohio State beat Bowling Green 2-0 and improve to 5-7-1 on the year.

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Tailgate 48: Two days of game prep at Purdue

Our “Tailgate 48” team spent some time last week in West Lafayette getting to see how Purdue Boilermaker fans prepare for a big game on campus. Don’t forget each week that the TV show spotlights a few great Big Ten fan tailgating photos (see the latest on now). Get your photo considered by tweeting it to @BigTenNetwork and use the hashtag #tailgate48. Among the features in our show: Interview with Purdue coach Danny Hope We stopped at the Triple X Family Restaurant and met members from last season’s Big Ten Championship baseball team Interview with Purdue women’s basketball coach

Jared Abbrederis

Dienhart: Q&A with Wisconsin WR Jared Abbrederis

The Wisconsin offense has had its ups and downs this season. It’s no secret. Wideout Jared Abbrederis knows it. But the unit may be coming to life after a solid effort in a 31-14 victory vs. Illinois last week that saw the Badgers notch 427 yards. Abbrederis and his offensive counterparts will do their part to keep the offense moving forward with a big game at Purdue this Saturday that will go a long way toward determining pecking order in the Leaders Division. The junior has 27 catches for 516 yards and a Big Ten-high five touchdowns—all team-leading totals for

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Big Ten Links: What's possible for Penn State?

In today’s Big Ten Links, we’ve pulled together a number of stories, including a look at the possibilities for Penn State for the rest of the season. Penn State is 4-2. And few—if any—envisioned that. Now, with six games to go, it’s time to dream big in State College, Pa. Or, is it? Also, learn more about another player named Watt at Wisconsin, the youth movement at Minnesota, Ohio State tight ends, and running quarterbacks in the Big Ten. You can listen to Penn State coach Bill O’Brien discuss this a little bit during his Tuesday session on the weekly

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Tonight's 'Journey': Short, Weisman & Husker I-backs

If you missed the season debut of “The Journey 2012” last week, you can catch the entire episode on BTN2Go. This week’s episode airs tonight at 7:30 p.m. ET and our crew covers several interesting developing stories. For right now, see two bonus highlight clips in this post from twp key games last weekend. As for the rest of tonight’s episode, you’ll learn the of the promise Kawann Short made to his mother that explains why the Boilermakers defensive lineman returned to Purdue for his senior year. Also, check out the rise of Mark Weisman and his transformation from a

Andrew Maxwell

Spartan QB Maxwell breaks down Iowa on '#BTNLive'

Like all quarterbacks, Michigan State’s Andrew Maxwell watches his share of game film. He’s taken in plenty on Iowa, this week’s opponent, and on Tuesday’s “#BTNLive,” host Dave Revsine asked him what he’s seen. Maxwell’s thoughts: “Iowa’s interesting to watch on film, because they don’t do many things, but what they do do they do very well.” The junior also showed a strong knowledge of Iowa’s defensive philosophy and recent lineage. Listen to Tuesday’s full “#BTNLive” episode: Maxwell’s sharp analysis impressed our crew, so much that it had Revsine saying: “You better watch out, Howard!” Griffith isn’t too worried about

Russ Lande

Lande's Big Board: New name debuts on latest list

It’s Tuesday, and that means it’s time for BTN NFL draft expert Russ Lande to reveal his latest Big Ten Big Board. Lande did just that on “The Next Level,” and the top six guys stayed the same. There’s a new name making its season debut this week: Michigan State’s Dion Sims, at No. 9. Watch Lande break down his Big Board, with a spotlight on Wisconsin’s Montee Ball, now and catch our interview with Ball in this post. [RELATED: Week 7 Big Ten Player Rankings] Ball remained at No. 5 this week, and you can watch his interview below:

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Michigan's Holly Hein overcomes cancer

Michigan’s Holly Hein tore her ACL in 2010, then in 2011 just as she was about to return to the soccer field, she was diagnosed with thyroid cancer and missed the season, but has undergone successful treatment and returned to the field this fall.

Braxton Miller

Heisman watch: Miller further solidifies case

Is anyone gonna catch Braxton Miller as the Big Ten’s top Heisman contender? It may be difficult. The Ohio State quarterback has a great chance to enhance his Heisman dossier playing this Saturday at Indiana, which has the worst rushing defense in the Big Ten (196.8 ypg). But how much will Miller play if the game gets out of hand? Miller is a legit national contender for the Heisman, with West Virginia’s Geno Smith looking like the clear leader at this point. [RELATED: More crucial to his team: Braxton or Denard?] Michigan’s Denard Robinson is back in the picture after

Jonathan Brown

Dienhart: 12 questions for Week 7

Week 7 is at our doorstep, but the questions keep coming. Here are my most vexing queries for each Big Ten team with Saturday just around the corner. Read all of my Big Ten coverage here and don’t forget to send any of your questions my way for my weekly Big Ten Mailbag. [RELATED: Week 7 Power Rankings | Week 7 Player Rankings | Week 7 Bowl Projections] Illinois Can the defense get on track? In each of the last three games, the Fighting Illini defense has yielded at least 31 points. And the defense has allowed at least 400