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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
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Women's Soccer Wednesday Round-up

Big Ten women’s soccer teams took to the field on Wednesday night.  Michigan State wasted no time in taking the lead of Wednesday evening’s game against Western Michigan, scoring just 63 seconds into the game and preserving that lead to hold on for the 1-0 victory over the Broncos. Read the full recap at Later, the Boilermakers took down Central Michigan, 2-0, in their match up. Watch the soccer highlights now.

Troy Stoudermire

Dienhart: 12 Big Ten questions for Week 3

Another Saturday looms. And, I still have questions. For example, can the Iowa offense finally get started? Here are my most pressing queries for each Big Ten team entering Week 3. 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. Illinois Can the Fighting Illini win if Nathan Scheelhaase isn’t playing quarterback? The attack struggled in a loss at Arizona State with Reilly O’Toole and Miles Osei under center with Scheelhaase out with an ankle injury. O’Toole hit 10-of-14 passes for 54 yards with

Iowa Fans

Tailgate 48: Our Iowa pregame experience

Last week it was Ohio State. Now our season of “Tailgate 48” continued Wednesday night as our hosts Jason Fisher and Alex Curry reported from Iowa’s first home football game of the year. Also, each week the TV show will spotlight 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. Watch our interview with Kirk Ferentz: And Iowa sprinter Justin Austin: Other segments of the show include: Alex learns some new moves from the Iowa Dance Squad Alex talks with Iowa

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BTN Launches New 2012 Fall Lineup

The Journey: Big Ten Football, which will follow the backstories of Big Ten football student-athletes and coaches on and off the field, highlights an extensive slate of BTN fall programming that offers fans more Big Ten football and fall sports coverage than any other network. The Journey debuts Oct. 3. Two other new shows are also new. BTN has launched a nightly radio show at 7 PM ET Monday through Friday called #BTNLive, available via FOX Sports Radio in select markets and simulcast on BTN on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Hosts Dave Revsine, Mike Hall and Rick Pizzo rotate throughout the

Robert Marve

Dienhart: ND joins ACC, but not for football

Big news today as Notre Dame announced it would join the ACC in all sports but—surprise!—football. So, Big Ten fans, trash any hopes you were clinging to about Notre Dame  joining your conference. The Big Ten twice has made offers in the past, only to be rebuffed. It wasn’t going to ask a third time. Now this move by Notre Dame all but seals the notion that a Big Ten-Notre Dame marriage won’t happen in a long, long time . If ever. Maybe it’s time for the Big Ten to stop scheduling Notre Dame in all sports. Why fuel the

Michael Buchanan

Week 3: We predict all 12 Big Ten games

Every week,’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 two weeks, it’s Tom and fans on top, at 19-5, while Brent is in the cellar, at 17-7. See our Week 3 predictions and choose your winners in this post. SEASON RECORDS fans: 19-5; .792 Tom: 19-5; .792 Brent: 17-7; .708 Charleston Southern (0-2) vs. Illinois (1-1) – noon ET, BTN/BTN2Go Tom’s pick: Illinois, 33-7 – The Fighting Illini won’t need

John Simon

John Simon talks breakfast on 'The Next Level'

When football people discuss Ohio State defensive end John Simon, the term “motor” gets thrown around a lot. And if you watch him on Saturdays, you understand why that is. The guy never gives up. After watching his interview on Tuesday’s “The Next Level,” perhaps his eating habits play a role in making him the player he is. Watch Simon’s answer to a dietary question we received on Twitter now. Here’s the Twitter question: Watch Simon’s answer in the video above or read it here: “I’m not a big bacon guy, so it’s usually steak, eggs and a lot

Le'Veon Bell

Lande's Big Board: Le'Veon Bell makes biggest jump

On Tuesday’s “The Next Level,” our resident NFL draft expert Russ Lande released his latest Big Board. The top three names stayed the same (William Gholston, Kawann Short and Johnathan Hankins), while Le’Veon Bell made the biggest jump and John Simon is the lone newcomer. Watch Lande break down his updated Big Board now. [Related: Tom Dienhart’s top 3 Big Ten Heisman Trophy candidates] Russ Lande’s Big Board (9/11/12) 1. William Gholston, DE, Michigan State 2. Kawann Short, DT, Purdue 3. Johnathan Hankins, DT, Ohio State 4. Montee Ball, RB, Wisconsin 5. Michael Buchanan, DE, Illinois 6. Le’Veon Bell, RB,

James Vandenberg

Best of Week 3: QB Vandenberg on the spot

While the Big Ten took its lumps last week in going 6-6, it has a great chance to get healthy this Saturday with a collection of games against largely inferior foes that all will take place in Big Ten venues. Without a doubt, the marquee matchup is Notre Dame at Michigan State. And Cal at Ohio State could be decent. After that, it’s a mixed lot. Charleston Southern at Illinois; Eastern Michigan at Purdue; Ball State at Indiana; Arkansas State at Nebraska; UMass at Michigan; Northern Iowa at Iowa; Boston College at Northwestern; Western Michigan at Minnesota; Navy at Penn


Heisman Watch: Three Big Ten names to track

The Heisman race still has a long way to go, but contenders already are jockeying for position. I have had a Heisman vote for over 10 years, and I am keeping my eye on players like USC quarterback Matt Barkley, West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith and Oregon running back De’Anthony Thomas, among others. The Big Ten also has some players in contention. But, surprisingly, I think Wisconsin’s Montee Ball already is out of the running before the first leaf has fallen off a tree. Through two games, the senior has rushed 47 times for 181 yards (3.85 yard per carry)