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Final: Penn State 13, Iowa 3

Points were at a premium for both Penn State and Iowa, but in the end it was Penn State (5-1) who came away with a 13-3 victory on Saturday at Beaver Stadium. Iowa (3-2) found yardage hard to come by as the Nittany Lions’ defense clamped down throughout the contest. Penn State’s defense allowed just 253 total yards as it frustrated the Hawkeyes’ offense. Silas Redd carried the offensive load for the Nittany Lions, piling up 142 rushing yards on 28 attempts. Matthew McGloin threw for 133 yards while completing 12 of 19 passes for Penn State. McGloin finished the

Illinois' A.J. Jenkins

Final: Illinois 41, Indiana 20

  Nathan Scheelhaase threw for 211 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 95 yards and one touchdown, leading No. 16 Illinois to a 41-20 victory over Indiana on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Illinois’ (6-0) offense dominated, ripping off huge chunks of yardage. The Fighting Illini burned Indiana’s (1-5) defense for six plays of more than 20 yards. With 5:20 to go in the first quarter, Scheelhaase found A.J. Jenkins open for a 77-yard touchdown pass, Illinois’ longest play on the day. The score cut the Hoosiers’ lead to 10-7. Indiana racked up 316 total yards, including 217 yards passing

Northwestern's Dan Persa

Feature: Northwestern QB Dan Persa

On Saturday morning we profiled Northwestern quarterback Dan Persa, who threw for 15 touchdiowns last season and completed more than 73 percent of his passes before going down with an injury. Now he’s back. Watch the video here and check our Persa’s season and career stats inside.

Purdue Boilermakers guard James Shepherd

Final: Purdue 45, Minnesota 17

Purdue notched a blowout win over Minnesota, 45-17 on Saturday at Ross-Ade Stadium. Purdue (3-2) mounted enough of a lead in the first quarter to hang on for the victory. The Boilermakers’ explosive offense used big plays to take down Minnesota (1-5). Purdue had four plays of 20 yards or more on its way to victory. With 2:47 to go in the third quarter, Akeem Hunt ran 30 yards, the Boilermakers’ biggest gain of the game. The big play set up an 11-play drive that gave Purdue a 45-3 lead after Raheem Mostert ran 25 yards to paydirt. Caleb TerBush

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Nebraska Gets Past Purdue

Friday night volleyball action included the Purdue Boilermakers visiting the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Hayley Thramer led Nebraska to a 3-1 (22-25, 25-20, 25-14, 25-22) win over Purdue. Watch the highlights and wrap-up from the BTN Student U crew and jump inside for a postgame interview with Nebraska head coach John Cook. Read full recaps from Huskers.com and PurdueSports.com. Don’t forget to bookmark our Olympic Sports TV schedule, and our volleyball page so you don’t miss any upcoming action. You can also interact with our @BTNVolleyball crew on Twitter by submitting questions. For more volleyball coverage, plus field hockey and soccer, tune

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Report: NU's Fitzgerald talks Wolverines

On Friday’s Big Ten Football Report, our Tom Hart caught up with Pat Fizgerald the day before his Wildcats welcome the Wolverines to Ryan Field. Watch the video here, dive in for more football video, and get ready for another big day of Big Ten football.

Northwestern's Dan Persa

A Closer Look at NU's Dan Persa

In our “Countdown to Kickoff” show live from Northwestern before the game, we aired a feature on Northwestern quarterback Dan Persa. Watch the feature here and find bonus video clips from the feature lower down in this post. Watch more bonus clips from our Dan Persa feature below:

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The Pulse: We've got questions & answers

Questions, questions, questions. Who needs the win more this weekend – Ohio State or Nebraska? How good is Michigan’s running game? Who’s the best Big Ten QB-WR combo? Who will win this weekend? What are Wisconsin’s title chances looking like? Join Rick Pizzo, Tim Doyle and Brandon Williams tonight at 6:30 p.m. ET, and follow them on Twitter @BTNThePulse. They love to spotlight you’re best tweets on the air.

Northwestern's Pat Fitzgerald

Football Report: Get the latest on all 5 games

Mike Hall, Rosevelt Colvin, and Tony Banks are getting ready for tonight’s Big Ten Football Report at 7 p.m. ET, which will set you up for Saturday morning. Northwestern’s Pat Fitzgerald joins us for an interview while we also take reports from Bloomington setting up Saturday’s Illinois-Indiana game.  Banks rates Illinois’s A.J. Jenkins and Colvin talks about Illinois’ defense making the Illini real contenders in the Leaders Division. Banks will also break down Northwestern’s Dan Persa while Colvin explains why he thinks Denard Robinson still remains under the radar. And get ready for our “Countdown to Kickoff Presented by State

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BTN Live: The Fifth Quarter & Toon

On Thursday night’s episode of “BTN Live,” our experts covered a host of topics in 60 minutes, talked to Wisconsin star wide receiver Nick Toon and produced a bonus Web-only video clip we call The Fifth Quarter. It’s been a newsy week leading up to some very important games on Saturday, including Northwestern entertaining perfect Michigan at 7 p.m. ET on BTN. Track all of Saturday’s action on our Big Ten scoreboard. Get ready for the games with Dave Revsine’s Numbers and Brent Yarina’s Week 6 Preview. Watch The Fifth Quarter now and check out our Toon interview and your