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8:00 PMRutgers at MinnesotaWatch
8:05 PMSt. Cloud St. at MinnesotaWatch

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Troy Stoudermire

2nd Quarter Recap: Minnesota 30, New Hampshire 7

Minnesota held New Hampshire to six yards on the ground during the second quarter and the Golden Gophers now lead 30-7. Minnesota is currently on a 21-point run. The Golden Gophers made their lead 23-7 when MarQueis Gray and John Rabe combined for a two-yard touchdown on the last play of an eight-play, 67-yard drive. Minnesota opened up the lead, 30-7, after marching down the field for a three-play, 18-yard drive that ended when Gray took a quarterback draw all the way for a 12-yard touchdown run. A fumble recovery by the Golden Gophers set Minnesota up to start the

Donnell Kirkwood

1st Quarter Recap: Minnesota 16, New Hampshire 7

Minnesota ran for 100 yards in the quarter, and the Golden Gophers lead 16-7 at the end of the first quarter. Minnesota stuffed Mike MacArthur in the endzone for a safety to make the score 2-0. The Golden Gophers expanded their lead to 9-0 thanks to a one-play, 27-yard drive that ended when MarQueis Gray found Isaac Fruechte open for a 27-yard touchdown pass. A 76-yard drive that ended when Chris Setian ran five yards to paydirt helped No. 12 New Hampshire narrow the deficit to 9-7. Minnesota added to its advantage when Gray scrambled for a 75-yard touchdown run,

Braxton Miller

1st Quarter Recap: Ohio State 7, Central Florida 3

No. 14 Ohio State gained 95 yards on the ground in the first, and the Buckeyes lead 7-3 at the end of the first quarter. Ohio State’s defense held tough in the quarter, holding UCF to 39 total yards of offense. The Buckeyes took the game’s first lead after Braxton Miller took a quarterback draw all the way for a 37-yard touchdown run on the last play of a seven-play, 71-yard drive. The Knights closed the gap to 7-3 when Shawn Moffitt drilled a 28-yard field goal to put the finishing touches on a 36-yard drive. Ohio State’s failure to

Kain Colter

Big Ten Saturday: Track all 12 games today

Live on BTN/BTN2Go: Northwestern vs. Vanderbilt. Also live: Nebraska vs. UCLA. And at 10:30 p.m. ET, it’s Illinois vs. Arizona State. Use our GameFinder for TV info. Here are Saturday’s earlier results: Indiana 45, Massachusetts 6, Michigan State 41, C. Michigan 7, Michigan 31, Air Force 25, Minnesota 44, New Hampshire 7, Ohio State 31, Central Florida 16, Notre Dame 20, Purdue 17, Iowa State 9, Iowa 6, Virginia 17, Penn State 16 and Oregon State 10, Wisconsin 7. WEEK 2 ON BTN/BTN2GO 11 a.m. Big Ten Football Pregame Show Revsine, DiNardo and Griffith take you up to kickoff. Read Tom Dienhart’s


Watch: 'Who else is going to do this if not for us?'

By now you may know that “Journey: Big Ten Football 2012” is coming this fall. And for the first time, BTN’s Emmy-nominated chronicles the Big Ten football season with behind the scenes access and feature stories surrounding moments and events taking place on and off the field. It will air Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. ET and debuts Oct. 3. But as that first show draws closer, the team that puts the show together has been releasing some stirring short videos, including the one in this post. It’s the Penn State football team on their way to their game last week.

Purdue Boilermakers wide receiver Raheem Mostert (8) returns a kickoff as Eastern Kentucky Colonels defensive back Theron Norman (32) awaits at Ross Ade Stadium, West Lafayette, IN, USA; Mandatory Credit: Sandra Dukes-US PRESSWIRE

Friday Night Insights: What's in store for Week 2?

On Friday’s night’s “Football Report” senior writer Tom Dienhart touched on a number of intriguing questions to be answered Saturday. Watch the video in this post. Can Indiana’s offense score more? Will Denard Robinson be Denard Robinson? Is Iowa’s passing game going to improve? Our writer looks at those questions and others in his 12 Questions for Week 2. Also, Friday night we checked in with three experts who cover each of three Big Ten Saturday opponents. BTN’s Mike Hall talked by phone to Notre Dame beat writer Eric Hansen of the South Bend Tribune, UCLA beat writer Christopher Foster

Wisconsin's Chris Borland

#BTNLive wraps up first big week on TV & radio

#BTNLive is a new live one-hour radio show that started this week and it also airs as a TV simulcast twice a week on BTN. Featuring a variety of guests, our panel discusses the Big Ten topics of the day, and the first week of the show was a busy one. Tonight at 7 p.m. ET, Rick Pizzo and Gerry DiNardo are joined by guest Penn State great Ki-Jana Carter with reports from Chris Martin at Iowa-Iowa State and Rob Blackman at Purdue-Notre Dame. The radio show airs at 7 p.m. ET Monday through Friday – listen to three shows

Denard Robinson

Back & Forth: Which Week 1 outing caused concern?

It wasn’t a pretty start for Michigan’s Denard Robinson or Michigan State’s Andrew Maxwell in the first week of the 2012 college football season. Together, the two quarterbacks completed 33-of-64 passes (52 percent) for one touchdown and five interceptions. Robinson accounted for the lone touchdown and Maxwell completed a respectable 22 passes, however that was about it. Whose performance was more concerning, though?’s Tom Dienhart and Brent Yarina debate it in this post as they do each week in Back & Forth. Brent: I hate to say it, but Denard Robinson’s performance worries me. While few quarterbacks are going


Send Questions to Friday Night's Show

On tonight’s “Football Report” at 7 p.m. ET with Mike Hall, Tony Banks, Rosevelt Colvin, and senior writer Tom Dienhart, the crew  will be joined by Purdue’s Danny Hope and Nebraska’s Bo Pelini. Also, our BTN experts are taking your questions on Twitter. Just tweet us using #AskBTN all day today. What is the key to the Purdue-Notre Dame game?  What are your thoughts on the three Pac-12 vs Big Ten matchups? What else do you want to ask Rosevelt, Tony, or Tom? Shoot it in. They’ll answer a select number of them on our “Overtime” segment while Dienhart will

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Thursday Olympic Sports Roundup

Tiffany Cameron’s goal 24 seconds into overtime gave the Ohio State women’s soccer team a 1-0 victory over No. 13 Missouri Thursday evening at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. With the win, Ohio State improves to 4-2-0 on the season. Watch the Student U wrap-up now and jump inside for a recap of Penn State men’s soccer action against West Virginia. Ohio State tops Missouri 1-0. Read the full recap at Penn State and West Virginia played to a 0-0 draw.