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8:05 PMSt. Cloud St. at MinnesotaWatch
7:00 PMMaryland at Ohio St.Watch
7:00 PMMichigan St. at IndianaWatch
7:00 PMMichigan at PurdueWatch
7:00 PMCanisius at Penn St.Watch
7:00 PMPrinceton at Michigan St.Watch
8:00 PMRutgers at MinnesotaWatch

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NCAA to investigate Penn State athletic programs

Penn State has learned via letter from NCAA President Mark Emmert that the governing body of collegiate sports will launch an investigation of the university’s athletic programs in the wake of allegations of sexual abuse by a former assistant coach and charges of perjury against to two senior school officials, according to a release posted at Penn State Live website ( Read the full release here including the PDF of the letter from the NCAA, and read the updated entire AP story right here. Earlier Friday, David Joyner was formally introduced as the school’s acting athletic director (read the full

Woody Hayes

Big Ten Icons: Woody Hayes, Friday at 11 p.m. ET

The Woody Hayes episode of Big Ten Icons, presented by Discover, debuts at 11 p.m. ET Friday after the Ohio State-Jackson State basketball game. The series is hosted by Hall of Fame sports broadcaster Keith Jackson. The show includes new one-on-one interviews with Archie Griffin, Lou Holtz, Tim May, Jack Park, Jeff Logan, John Bacon, Dave Foley, Gary Moeller, Dave Adolph, Harold “Champ” Henson, Bill Myles, Jim Stillwagon and others. In the episode, Griffin says, “He is a great football coach, but he is an even better person than he is a coach. I mean, that’s Woody in a nutshell.”

Michigan State's Kirk Cousins

Legends & Leaders Races Heat Up

We could know a whole lot more about the Big Ten divisional races after Saturday’s six Big Ten football games, but then there’s also a chance that the races could come down to the final weekend, too. Looking for the tie-breaking rules? We got them. We also have the latest Big Ten standings and the BCS standings. Plus, senior writer Tom Dienhart has been previewing Saturday’s games all week with his game breakdowns, Big Ten picks, our reader mailbag, and a few things you may want to keep an eye on. BTN’s Dave Revsine also points to some strategic


Read the Tweets BTN Live Put on TV

Remember last week? We showed dozens of your Twitter tweets on TV. And we did it the week before, too. We did it all again tonight on live TV. Did we use your tweet? Every week you can send comments to us to our Twitter account @BTNLive or use #BTNLive, and the best ones will get on TV. We’ve posted screenshots from the Nov. 17 show in this post.

Purdue's Robbie Hummel

Nov. 17 Big Ten Hoops Roundup

Six Big Ten men’s basketball teams played Thursday and the conference went 6-0. Purdue battled to a win over Iona while Northwestern defeated LSU and Minnesota handled Fairfield. Later on, Iowa beat Northern Illinois, Michigan held off Western Illinois and Illinois ran away from Lipscomb. You can also catch all available men’s video highlights in here, too. Don’t forget to check out the latest from the Big Ten Geeks, our contributing hoops bloggers who just posted their Big Ten season previews and their early Big Ten thoughts. You can follow the Geeks on Twitter @bigtengeeks and they love to hear

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Nebraska Beats Minnesota in Volleyball

The No. 4 Nebraska volleyball team used a balanced and gritty effort Wednesday night to overcome the No. 19 Minnesota Gophers 3-1 (17-25, 25-18, 25-15, 25-16) in front of 4,166 fans at the NU Coliseum. The Huskers saw three players tally double-digit kills on the night. Keving Kugler and Megan Bower recap Nebraska’s four-set win over Minnesota. Read the recap at and the recap at

Jim Jackson

Jim Jackson Answers 7 Burning Questions’s Mallory Treleaven sat down with BTN basketball analyst and two-time Big Ten Player of the Year Jim Jackson to get his early season thoughts on Big Ten basketball. Follow Jackson on Twitter (@BTNJimJackson) and watch him all season long.  Q: Which team do you expect will win the conference? A: Right now, I’d pick Ohio State. Q: Which team will surprise us the most this season?  A: The team you need to look out for is Iowa. Last year at home, they beat a good Purdue team and it came down to the wire against Ohio State and Wisconsin.

Minnesota Fans

Tailgate 48: Fun at Minnesota's football weekend

Tonight at 11p.m. ET our tailgate 48 crew shows you how they spent last week at Minnesota. Co-hosts  Julie Alexandria and Jason Fisher interview Minnesota Baseball Coach John Anderson, the Big Ten’s all-time leader in wins, and get a backstage tour of Minnesota’s TCF Bank Stadium. Plus, while Alexandria visit with student Fisher tests his hockey skills against members of the Minnesota women’s hockey team and . then tests his skills on the ice. Watch the show on BTN.

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Iowa Tops Albany

The university of Iowa women’s basketball team took on Albany on Wednesday night and mounted up an 82-60 win. Junior Jaime Printy shined as offensive team leader again for the Hawkeyes with 16 points and 9 asist. Watch highlights from the game with our Big Ten Student U now. Read full recaps from

Wisconsin's Ryan Evans

Nov. 16 Men's Hoops Roundup

Tonight on the hardwood: Penn State beat Long Island, Wisconsin throttled Colgate and Indiana destroyed Evansville. Catch up on all the action and stats on our Big Ten scoreboard. Did you hear the Big Ten Geeks are back with for another year? Our hoops bloggers have hit the ground running. Check out their Big Ten season previews, which are going in reverse order of expected finish, and see their early Big Ten thoughts. You can follow the Geeks on Twitter @bigtengeeks. Watch our interview with Wisconsin star point guard Jordan Taylor now and jump in this post for recaps