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10:00 AMFlorida at IndianaWatch
12:00 PMPenn St. at Michigan St.Watch
3:00 PMNorthwestern at Michigan St.Watch
5:00 PMDenver at Michigan St.Watch
6:00 PMMichigan St. at Ohio St.Watch
6:30 PMHoosier HysteriaWatch
7:00 PMNebraska at Rutgers Watch
7:00 PMPenn St. at MichiganWatch

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'Women's Report' talks to Penn State's Rose

On Friday’s “Big Ten Women’s Sports report,” Penn State volleyball coach Russ Rose joined our crew to talk about the season to date. Watch an extended online-only version of the chat further down in this post, and tune in at 2:30 p.m. ET for rest of this week’s TV show. Rose talks about scheduling strong non-conference teams and why Penn State is off to a strong start. Dara McIntosh, Michelle McMahon,and Kara Lentz take a closer look at Nebraska volleyball team this season. In addition to soccer and field hockey highlights, we unveil the first part of a two-part feature

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Nebraska hires Miami AD

Nebraska has hired Shawn Eichorst as the school’s new athletics director to replace the retiring Tom Osborne, who will step aside on Jan. 1, 2013. Eichorst has been the athletics director the University of Miami since April 2011. Read the full release at and watch the video of Thursday’s announcement in this post. You can also look back at stories and videos on Osborne’s announcement, too.

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DiBernardo's Hat Trick Leads Illini Past Spartans

Vanessa Dibernardo’s second career hat trick proved to be enough as the Fighting Illini earned their seventh victory of the season by defeating the Spartans 3-2. Read full recaps at and

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Week 6 previews: Close looks at all 5 games

There are plenty of storylines for this weekend’s batch of games, including a very intriguing game for Nebraska in Columbus. Does Ohio State stay perfect? Is this the weekend when Northwestern and Purdue win over a doubting sports press corps? What’s in store for Illinois when they kick off in Madison? I preview all five Big Ten games in this post. As for this Saturday, I’m headed to watch Purdue take on Michigan (noon ET, BTN/BTN2Go). Follow me on Twitter @BTNTomDienhart and be sure to bookmark any of these links and get in-game updates on Saturday: Illinois at Wisconsin, Michigan


Big Ten Classics: Watch Spartans vs. Hoosiers 2006

Michigan State visits Indiana this Saturday for a noon ET kickoff on BTN/BTN2Go, and that reminded us of a 2006 classic game between these two programs. On Oct. 28 of that season Indiana’s James Hardy caught four of Kellen Lewis’ five touchdown passes as Indiana won 41-26 in front of their home fans. In what will be an occasional series of Big Ten Classics on & BTN2Go, we’ve gone into the archives to recover the full telecast of the 2006 game. The full game is posted on BTN2Go, but we’ve clipped a portion of it here for you to enjoy.

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Debate it: Best RB not named Le'Veon Bell is ...

When talking best running back in the Big Ten,’s Tom Dienhart and Brent Yarina agree it’s Le’Veon Bell. Through five games, Bell leads Big Ten backs in yards (655 – yes, he also has most carries) and ranks in the top two in receptions (20) and receiving yards (125). He’s also a terrific blocker. In other words, Bell’s a complete back. It’s the Big Ten’s No. 2 back where our guys disagree. They debate it in this post, plus we include your tweets. Brent: My guy is Northwestern’s Venric Mark. He’s the top running back in my latest Player

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Revsine's Numbers: Nebraska offense dials it up

This week’s college football slate is nothing short of phenomenal: Georgia-South Carolina, LSU-Florida, and West Virginia-Texas are among about a half dozen intriguing games. The Big Ten has its share of good ones, including a match-up of ranked teams in Columbus, as Nebraska visits Ohio State. It seems as good a place as any to jump into this week’s “Numbers.” I never would have thought this at the outset of the year, given their struggles down the stretch last season and my concerns about Taylor Martinez in the passing game, but I’m more and more convinced that the Huskers have

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Soccer preview: Where is Big Ten race headed?

Week 2 of Big Ten competition saw three hard-fought games that needed more than 90 minutes of play to be decided. It showed that there is not much separating each team in the conference and that many games are going to come down to one shot, one save, or one executed set piece. So, no matter the records, easy games are few and far between in the Big Ten with only two games having been decided by more than one goal so far. Having said that, through two weeks not much has changed in the overall picture of what was expected based on non-conference play.

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Daily Links: Who's up & who's down this week?

Let’s just say it isn’t a great year for Big Ten quarterbacks. In fact, according to David Jones of the Harrisburg Patriot-News, the conference’s signal-callers are at the bottom of the barrel. In other headlines in my daily links, we look at stories on Ohio State’s improved linebacker play, Iowa’s defensive uptick, and a fascinating comparison of the Buckeye and Husker programs through the years. Let’s dive in. QB drought: Let’s get back to that piece by David Jones. How bad is it? Only one Big Ten quarterback ranks in the top 40 in efficiency: Nebraska’s Taylor Martinez, who is


Minnesota Takes the Win in Four Sets

The Minnesota Volleyball team improves to 4-1 in the Big Ten conference after defeating the Michigan Wolverines in four sets 25-13, 25-20, 23-25, 25-22, after Michigan claimed the third set. The Gophers now also hold a record of 13-3 in the overall regular season. Michigan now stands at 2-3 in the Big Ten, and 14-5 overall. Read the full recap at Watch the Minnesota and Michigan volleyball game highlights now.