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Michigan State's Kirk Cousins

The Next Level: Kirk Cousins Interview

Michigan State quarterback Kirk Cousins joined BTN on Tuesday night for the season debut of “The Next Level.” Cousins, the three-time Michigan State captain, talked about his early NFL chances with Rick Pizzo, Brandon Williams and Jon Jansen. Cousins’ take on the ultra-competitive NFL? “You have to be able to play at a high, high level every day and work at a high level,” he said. That’s exactly what Cousins has done during his successful Spartan career, going 17-9 and throwing for 6,037 yards and 42 touchdowns. Watch “The Next Level” at 7 p.m. ET every Tuesday. Former NFL scout

Indiana's Parnell Hegngi

Welcome to BTN Soccer Report

Hello, soccer fans! BTN.com is proud to bring you “BTN Soccer Report,” our new web-only show dedicated to everything Big Ten soccer. In the debut webisode, host Kevin Egan takes a quick glance at the Big Ten Preseason Coaches Poll, catches up with Indiana men’s soccer coach Todd Yeagley to discuss the Hoosiers chances of repeating as Big Ten champs, and touches upon Yeagley’s long connection with the Indiana soccer program. Watch the debut webisode right now. You can follow the show on Twitter @BTNSoccerReport. Also joining Kevin on future segments will be Chicago Fire goalie coach Aron Hyde. Hyde

Tom Brady

Jon Jansen Talks Tom Brady

Jon Jansen had quite the career at Michigan. The “Rock” of Michigan football, Jansen started a school-record 50 games, all at right tackle, during his time in Ann Arbor. These days, the 1998 Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year is part of “The Next Level,” our weekly show dedicated to Big Ten players in the NFL and current conference stars who could have a future at, well, the next level.  Get Jansen’s latest analysis at 7 p.m. ET Tuesdays. And check out BTN.com every Tuesday afternoon as Jansen recalls a story or memory from his career. Watch now as

Dane Sanzenbacher

Tonight: Season Debut of The Next Level

Tonight another show airs its season debut, and it’s the kind of show that taps into the kinds of conversations Big Ten football fans have all the time. “The Next Level” tracks Big Ten players competing in the professional ranks, specifically the NFL. Have a look here at a bonus segment from the show taped just for BTN.com. Oh, and the show is on Twitter too at @BTNNextLevel. Tonight at 7 p.m. ET come see Rick Pizzo, former Badgers WR Brandon Williams, former Michigan OL Jon Jansen, and former NFL scout Russ Lande. The show will include a Kirk Cousins

Illinois' A.J. Jenkins

Interviews with A.J. Jenkins, Vince Browne

On Monday night, BTN caught up with two of Week 1’s biggest stars: Illinois wide receiver A.J. Jenkins, on “The Big Ten Pulse,” and Northwestern defensive end Vince Browne, on “Big Ten Breakdown.” Jenkins caught 11 passes for 148 yards and a touchdown in Saturday’s 33-15 home win against Arkansas State — a performance that prompted him to call himself the best receiver in the Big Ten. Now that Jenkins has had time to think about the quote, does he still feel the same? Watch now to hear his answer. As for Browne, he came up with the sack of

Iowa's Marvin McNutt

Week 2 Football Power Rankings

Every week during the college football season, Brent Yarina posts his latest Big Ten Power Rankings. One week in the books, the conference is 10-2, with the two defeats coming by a combined nine points. As for the power rankings, they are not meant to mimic the Big Ten standings. What fun would that be? They aren’t scientific, either. They’re simply Brent’s thoughts on where each Big Ten team stands after its latest game and entering its next contest. Agree? Disagree? Tweet @BTNBrentYarina. 1. Wisconsin (1-0) – Russell Wilson was terrific, both with his arm and legs, and the slimmed-down

Ohio State's Luke Fickell

Best of the Best: Week 1 Recap

Every week during the fall, BTN web editor and blogger Brent Yarina recaps the week that was in Big Ten football. Each recap includes Brent’s superlative winners and the best stats, quotes and tweets, among other things, from around the Big Ten that particular week. Have a worthy stat, quote or tweet that you think should make the recap? Tweet it to @BTNBrentYarina. Enjoy the season’s first installment of the weekly recap. Also, watch Mike Wolf’s Week 1 Wrap-up Podcast now. Game of the Week: Purdue 27, Middle Tennessee State 24 – The victory didn’t warrant celebrating like you beat

Indiana's Damarlo Belcher

Ball State Knocks Off Indiana

(AP) Keith Wenning threw for 173 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for another score Saturday, giving Ball State a 27-20 upset of Indiana. Wenning was 23 of 29 and ran for 61 yards, including a key first down late to help the Cardinals win their second straight over Indiana. The teams last met in 2008. Ball State rushed for 210 yards in coach Pete Lembo’s debut. Ball State trailed 17-14 at halftime, but tied it on a 38-yard field goal just after the break and took the lead on a perfect 20-yard pass from Wenning to Connor Ryan in

Nebraska's Taylor Martinez

Nebraska Runs Past UTC, 40-7

(AP) Taylor Martinez ran for 135 yards and three touchdowns out of Nebraska’s new no-huddle offense and the No. 10 Cornhuskers beat Chattanooga 40-7 Saturday in their first game as Big Ten members. Rex Burkhead added 75 yards and a touchdown as the Cornhuskers won their 26th consecutive opener, the longest streak in the nation. Martinez scored on runs of 7, 43 and 47 yards and completed 11 of 22 passes for 116 yards. The Mocs of the FCS scored their only points when Marlon Anthony caught a 13-yard pass from B.J. Coleman after cornerback Andrew Green fell. Read the

Michigan's Brandon Herron

Lightning, WMU Can't Stop Michigan

(AP) Michigan has beaten Western Michigan 34-10 in a game stopped late in the third quarter because of lightning. Both schools agreed to cancel the game with 1:27 left in the third during a second weather delay. The Wolverines won Brady Hoke’s debut with linebacker Brandon Herron returning an interception 94 yards for a touchdown and scoring again on a fumble return. Fitzgerald Toussaint had 11 carries for 80 yards and ran for two TDs. Denard Robinson was 9 of 13 for 98 yards and ran eight times for 46 yards, making him the team’s third-leading rusher in the game.