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Michael Mauti

How did we do? Week 6 picks revisited

We’ve reached the midpoint of the 2012 Big Ten football season. Before we turn our complete attention to Week 7, though, we need to review how fans, Tom Dienhart and yours truly did with our Week 6 predictions. Dienhart led the way, going 4-1, while fans and I went 3-2. After six weeks, that means it’s fans and Dienhart tied for the top spot, at 44-13. SEASON RECORDS fans: 44-13; .772 Tom: 44-13; .772 Brent: 42-15; .737 [RELATED: Week 7 Power Rankings | Tom’s Week 6 Top 10 | Week 6 Game Balls] Michigan State 31,

Philly Brown

Dienhart: What I learned in Week 6

And then there was one. With its impressive victory over Nebraska on Saturday, coupled with Northwestern’s loss at Penn State, Ohio State is the Big Ten’s final unbeaten team. At 6-0, the Buckeyes are cruising. Up next: at Indiana. The Buckeyes were the biggest story Saturday, but what else did I learn from the Week 6 action? Find out in this post. 1. Michigan is ready to roll. Yes, the Wolverines had some rough spots in the non-conference going 2-2. Who can forget the losses to Alabama and Notre Dame? But Michigan impressed in demolishing Purdue, 44-13. And the lifting

Penn State Women's Soccer

Penn State secures 5-2 victory over Indiana

No. 4 Penn State (12-2-0, 6-0-0) used three goals in a six-minute span to secure a 5-2 victory over Indiana on Sunday at Jeffrey Field. With the game tied at two, freshman Mallory Weber scored two goals in two minutes to put the Nittany Lions ahead for good. Read the full recap at Watch our interview with Kristin Hartmann, who announced her retirement, now, and jump inside for more of Sunday’s Olympic video coverage. Big Ten Student U talks with Penn State head coach, Erica Walsh after their 5-2 victory over Indiana on Sunday: The Buckeyes fell 2-1 against

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U.S. Marines Corps: Leaders of Week 6

Every Saturday night during the college football season, web editor Brent Yarina hands out his weekly Big Ten Game Balls. The series is called “U.S. Marines Corps: Leaders of the Week,” and it’s designed to spotlight the Big Ten’s top individual performances. Who took home the honors from Week 6? Find out in this post. WEEK 6 GAME BALLS 1. Braxton Miller, QB, Ohio State:  7-14, 127 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT; 16 car., 186 yards, 1 TD – Miller was, well, Miller-esque in  helping Ohio State drill Nebraska and remain perfect, the Big Ten’s final unbeaten team. The

Urban Meyer

Dienhart: 'I'm not sure if anyone can beat Ohio State'

Throughout Saturday’s Week 6 action, senior writer Tom Dienhart offered his Snap Reactions to all the Big Ten games. See what Dienhart had to say about Ohio State’s impressive and prolific 63-38 victory over surging Nebraska in this post. Ohio State 63, Nebraska 38 1. I’m not sure if anyone can beat Ohio State. After this effort, led by Braxton Miller and his 186 yards rushing, I’m beginning to wonder if the Buckeyes can be topped. Trips to Penn State and Wisconsin may be dicey. And the season-ending visit from Michigan could be. But, wow, this team looks untouchable

Bradley Roby

Ohio State stays perfect, rolls Nebraska, 63-38

Braxton Miller rushed for 186 yards, zig-zagging 72 yards for one score and passing for another, to lead No. 12 Ohio State past No. 21 Nebraska 63-38 on Saturday night before the largest crowd ever at Ohio Stadium. Miller broke his own QB rushing mark at Ohio State (6-0, 2-0 Big Ten). Corey Brown returned a punt 76 yards for a TD, Bradley Roby brought back an interception 41 yards and Carlos Hyde scored on four runs before a raucous crowd of 106,102 in the Horseshoe’s 90th season. [RELATED: Dienhart: “I’m not sure if anyonce can beat Ohio State”] Taylor

Denard Robinson

Dienhart: This is the Michigan we expected

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Today was all about Denard Robinson. That was good for Michigan. And that was bad for Purdue. You see, Robinson had something to prove on this day. The last time we saw the senior, he was throwing four interceptions and losing a fumble in an ugly 13-6 loss at Notre Dame that—truthfully—Michigan should have won. Today, Robinson looked like the Heisman contender everyone thought he would be before the season in a thoroughly dominating 44-13 win over Purdue that really wasn’t that close. Robinson ran 24 times for 235 yards, averaging a robust 9.8 yards per

Carlos Hyde

3rd quarter recap: Ohio State 49, Nebraska 31

Ohio State’s Carlos Hyde ran for 24 yards and scored his third touchdown of the game in the third quarter, and the Buckeyes lead 49-31. Nebraska has given up 14 straight points. The Cornhuskers made the score 35-31 after Taylor Martinez tossed a three-yard touchdown to Ben Cotton to finish off a 77-yard drive. Ohio State expanded its lead to 42-31 thanks to a 10-play, 75-yard drive that ended when Hyde pounded in a one-yard touchdown run. The Buckeyes’ drive was keyed by Braxton Miller’s 35-yard pass. Ohio State made the score 49-31 when Corey Brown returned a punt for

Braxton Miller

2nd quarter recap: Ohio State 35, Nebraska 24

Braxton Miller threw for 72 yards and one touchdown and ran for 146 yards and one touchdown and the Buckeyes lead 35-24 at halftime. Ohio State racked up 72 passing yards and 171 rushing yards in the second quarter. The last 14 points have been scored by the Buckeyes. Nebraska made its lead 17-7 when Brett Maher made a 26-yard field goal on the last play of a seven-play, 22-yard drive. The Cornhuskers started in good field position at Ohio State’s 31-yard line when the Buckeyes failed to convert on fourth-and-7. Ohio State put the finishing touches on a 75-yard

Taylor Martinez

1st quarter recap: Nebraska 14, Ohio State 7

No. 20 Nebraska racked up 121 rushing yards in the first, and the Cornhuskers lead 14-7 at the end of the first quarter. Nebraska’s defense shut down No. 12 Ohio State, allowing only 17 yards of offense in the quarter. The Cornhuskers have scored 14 unanswered points. The Buckeyes made the score 7-0 when Bradley Roby intercepted Taylor Martinez’s pass and returned it for a touchdown. Nebraska tied the game at seven after Ameer Abdullah turned a handoff into a one-yard touchdown to end a six-play, 92-yard drive. The Cornhuskers didn’t throw a single time on that drive. Abdullah pounded