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Debate it: Who meets in Big Ten title game?

Saturday marks the beginning of Big Ten play. For the next eight weeks, Big Ten teams will be battling for their respective division crowns and a berth in the annual Big Ten title game. Who will make it to Indy? We’re only four weeks into the season, but BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart and BTN.com web editor Brent Yarina decided to share their best guesses. We asked the question on Twitter and included some of the many answers in this post. Read Tom and Brent’s conversation, then tell them what you think in the comments box. Or you can find

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Get ready for 'The Journey' with 12 sneak peeks

We are less than a week away from the debut of a show that every Big Ten football fan will want to see. “The Journey 2012” debuts next Wednesday, Oct. 3 at 7:30 p.m. ET, and the show’s producers head out to this weekend’s games in order to take viewers inside the Big Ten football season with behind-the-scenes access. In the spotlight this week: Ohio State’s John Simon, Penn State’s Michael Mauti, and Michigan’s Denard Robinson. Over the past month we’ve rolled out sneak peek videos for each school, and you can watch them all in this post. Also, follow

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Big Ten Links: What's powering these Gophers?

The Gophers can thank one specific unit for their early rise this season. Wisconsin has a new face in the backfield and he looks electric. Penn State does something interesting with their offensive lineman each week, and the Wisconsin-Nebraska game is becoming a new rivalry. And where is Nebraska looking when it comes to finding a new athletic director? Read about all of this and more in today’s Big Ten links. Gophers rising: Has there been a better early-season story in college football than Minnesota and its 4-0 start? I think not. And the key to the Gophers’ rise has

Wisconsin's Montee Ball

Week 5: We predict all six Big Ten games

Every week, BTN.com’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 four weeks, it’s Tom and BTN.com fans on top, at 36-10, while Brent is in the cellar, at 35-11. See our Week 5 predictions and choose your winners in this post. SEASON RECORDS BTN.com fans: 36-10; .783 Tom: 36-10; .783 Brent: 35-11; .761 [RELATED: Week 5 Power Rankings | Week 5 Player Rankings] Penn State (2-2) at Illinois (2-2) – noon ET, ESPN

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Wednesday Olympic Sports Round-Up

Several Big Ten teams were in action Wednesday night, including the  sixth-ranked Nebraska volleyball team hosting the 24th-ranked Michigan State volleyball team. The Cornhuskers made quick work of the Spartans, sweeping them in straight sets. Watch the highlights now and jump inside for Student U coverage of the Ohio State men’s soccer team getting their fourth win of the season with a 4-1 victory over Butler Bulldogs.

Illinois Fans

Big Ten Mailbag: What's wrong with Illinois?

It’s that time of week again. You’ve been sending me your Big Ten questions all week, and now I offer my answers. On tap this week: What’s wrong with Illinois? How could I have two Big Ten teams headed to BCS bowls in my latest bowl projections? Find my answers inside. And don’t be afraid to send questions for future Mailbags. Or you can send them my way on Twitter (@BTNTomDienhart). Nice article on Tom Osborne. He is a class act and has done many good things. I hope he stays somewhat connected to the program. – Ted S. Yes,

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Osborne's steady hand guided Huskers' progress

Staid and stoic. I can’t think of two words that better describe Tom Osborne. He also was very good at whatever he did, and he did plenty. First as a football coach. Later, as an athletic director. Now, the 75-year-old Osborne is retiring effective Jan. 1, making the announcement today in Lincoln. “It has been a pleasure and an honor to work in the athletic department for the past five years,” Osborne said. “I hope that there have been some good things that have been accomplished during that time. I appreciate Chancellor (Harvey) Perlman giving me this opportunity. I’ve had

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Tailgate 48: How does Penn State prep for games?

Our “Tailgate 48” team spent last Saturday in Happy Valley to follow Penn State fans and the preparations before the Nittany Lions’ game against Temple. Don’t forget each week, the TV show spotlights a few great Big Ten fan tailgating photos (see the latest on BTN.com/connect now). Get your photo considered by tweeting it to @BigTenNetwork and use the hashtag #tailgate48. We also caught up with the women’s hoops coach Coquese Washington: And spent time at the Corner Room Restaurant:

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Video Archive: Watch Tom Osborne videos

While Nebraska has only been a member of the Big Ten Conference for a short time, we’ve built up a nice archive of videos that featured Nebraska’s Tom Osborne. Watch a handful of them in this post, including a clip from our show “Big Ten Icons” that profiled Osborne’s coaching days. In this one video the former Huskers football coach talks about the meaning of Nebraska football. Osborne played a crucial role in Nebraska’s decision to join the Big Ten Conference. The video below covers the Huskers’ path into the Big Ten. Osborne realizes the importance of being a role

Penn State Nittany Lions wide receiver Allen Robinson (8) runs for a touchdown on a 45 yard pass completion by Nittany Lions quarterback Matthew McGloin (not shown) in the first quarter at Beaver Stadium.

Big Ten links: Quick spin around the headlines

Are the scheduling gods against Penn State? Cory Giger of the Altoona Mirror thinks that may be the case. The Nittany Lions are starting Big Ten play on the road for the third consecutive years and seventh time in nine years. Conversely, Ohio State has started Big Ten play with a home game 14 times in the last 20 years. Conspiracy? I don’t know. But it’s fun food for thought. I do think I saw someone in the grassy knoll by the Big Ten headquarters, however. Husker update: Big news apparently coming out of Nebraska this morning. BTN is airing