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Football video: Relive all of the top moments from Week 8 in Big Ten football.

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4:00 PMVirginia at MarylandWatch
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Wednesday Oct 26
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Nathan Scheelhaase

Did You See This? Scheelhaase tries to high-five ref

Think Nathan Scheelhaase was excited about his first touchdown run since Week 1? Well, the Illinois quarterback did attempt to high-five an official following his second-quarter run Saturday at Wisconsin. To little surprise the ref wanted no part of the high-five. Scheelhaase had reason to be excited, though, as his scoring scamper gave Illinois its first lead, 7-0, since it struck first in a Week 4’s 52-24 home loss to Louisiana Tech. Illinois didn’t have much to celebrate the rest of the way Saturday en route to a 31-14 loss at Camp Randall Stadium. Scheelhaase explained his motive behind the

Denard Robinson

Robinson, Michigan topple Purdue, 44-13, in Big Ten opener

Denard Robinson rushed for 235 yards and Fitzgerald Toussaint scored twice to help Michigan rout Purdue 44-13 on Saturday afternoon. The Wolverines (3-2, 1-0 Big Ten) have won three straight over Purdue. The Boilermakers (3-2, 0-1 Big Ten) lost at home for only the second time since Oct. 1, 2011. It was a banner day for Robinson in his first game back from a dismal performance at Notre Dame. He had three runs of 35 or more yards, finished 8 of 15 for 105 yards, moved into fifth place on Michigan’s career rushing list, fourth on the school’s career passing

Joel Stave

Dienhart: Illinois-Wisconsin Snap Reactions

Every Saturday, senior writer Tom Dienhart watches all the Big Ten action and offers his Snap Reactions. Earlier today he offered his thoughts from Michigan State and Penn State’s comeback victories over Indiana and Northwestern, respectively. Here, he looks at Wisconsin’s 31-14 victory over Illinois. Wisconsin 31, Illinois 14 Illinois Wisconsin First downs 15 18 Rushing 5 10 Passing 10 7 Penalty 0 1 3rd Down Efficiency 5-16, 31% 2-10, 20% 4th down efficiency 1-1, 100% 0-0, -% Rushes-Yards 34-106 33-173 Passing Yards 178 254 Return Yards 93 26 Completions-Attempts-Int 18-30-1 16-25-1 Sacks-Yards Lost 4-23 0-0 Punts 8 5

Montee Ball & James White

Wisconsin sends Illinois to third straight loss

Joel Stave threw two touchdown passes and Wisconsin’s running game showed signs of life as the Badgers defeated Illinois 31-14 on Saturday. Stave threw for 254 yards for the Badgers (4-2, 1-1 Big Ten), who rushed for 173 yards – 96 in the fourth quarter. The offensive struggles of the Illini (2-4, 0-2) continued, with quarterback Nathan Scheelhaase the only positive. He finished with 178 yards passing and 84 rushing as Illinois gained 287 yards overall. [VIDEO: Scheelhaase tries to high-five ref after TD run] Scheelhaase ran for a 5-yard touchdown in the first quarter and threw for an 8-yard

Denard Robinson

3rd quarter recap: Michigan 31, Purdue 10

Thanks to a mean rushing attack, Michigan now leads 31-10. The Wolverines rushed for 77 yards in the quarter. The Wolverines opened up the lead, 31-10, after marching down the field for an eight-play, 61-yard drive that ended when Brendan Gibbons made a 29-yard field goal. Michigan’s drive was highlighted by Denard Robinson’s 46-yard run. The Wolverines went to the air just one time during that series. [RELATED: Clothes Call: Piping or no piping, Michigan?] Michigan’s Robinson rushed for 69 yards in the quarter to put him over 150 yards for the game. Robinson has 153 total yards on the

Taylor Barton

3rd quarter recap: Wisconsin 10, Illinois 7

Illinois’ Nathan Scheelhaase led the offense in the third quarter. He threw for 19 yards and ran for 42 yards, but the Fighting Illini now trail 10-7. Wisconsin’s James White ran for 28 yards in the quarter. The Badgers have scored the last 10 points. A seven-play, 58-yard scoring drive by Wisconsin snapped the 7-7 standstill, as Kyle French drilled a 46-yard field goal. The Badgers will start the fourth quarter with the ball on Illinois’ 31-yard line. [ PREVIEWS | BY QUARTER | BOX | PBP | CONNECT | WEATHER ] EDITOR’S NOTE In partnership with Narrative Science, posts

Roy Roundtree

2nd quarter recap: Michigan 28, Purdue 10

In the second quarter, Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson stood out. He threw for 68 yards and one touchdown and ran for 20 yards and one touchdown, and the Wolverines now lead 28-10. The highlight of the quarter, however, came from Raymon Taylor, who picked off a pass and returned it 63 yards for a touchdown to give Michigan a 21-0 lead. The Boilermakers finally got on the board with 7:01 left in the second quarter, when Paul Griggs kicked a 40-yard field goal to make the score 21-3. Michigan added to its advantage when Robinson found Devin Gardner open for

James White

2nd quarter recap: Wisconsin 7, Illinois 7

Wisconsin’s James White caught a 62-yard touchdown pass in the quarter, and the two teams are tied 7-7 at the end of the second. Illinois struck first when Nathan Scheelhaase scrambled for a five-yard touchdown run, the final play of a two-play, 28-yard drive. Steve Hull’s interception of a Joel Stave pass set the Fighting Illini up to start the drive. The Badgers tied the score at seven apiece after Stave found White open for a 62-yard touchdown pass to finish off a five-play, 79-yard drive. Wisconsin will get the ball to start the second half. [ PREVIEWS | BY

Kain Colter

Dienhart: Snap reactions to early games

Every Saturday, senior writer Tom Dienhart watches all the Big Ten action and offers his Snap Reactions. See his reactions to Michigan State and Penn State’s comeback victories over Indiana and Northwestern, respectively, in this post. Michigan State 31, Indiana 27 1. This may be the type of win that sparks the Spartans for what has been an inconsistent Michigan State team. The Spartans looked out of sorts in the first half, committing myriad penalties and yielding 27 points. But MSU shutout the Hoosiers in the second half. 2. The Michigan State offense showed some life today in registering

Fitzgerald Toussaint

1st quarter recap: Michigan 7, Purdue 0

Michigan’s defense shut down Purdue, allowing only eight yards of offense in the first quarter, and the Wolverines lead 7-0 at the end of the first quarter. Michigan took the game’s first lead after Fitzgerald Toussaint pounded in a one-yard touchdown run on the last play of a 16-play, 78-yard drive. The Wolverines threw just three times during that march downfield. Michigan is poised to score with the ball at the Boilermakers’ 15-yard line to start the second quarter. [ PREVIEWS | BY QUARTER | BOX | PBP | CONNECT | WEATHER | WATCH ON BTN2GO ] Here’s more from’s