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Programs for BTNA1HD on Thursday, April 2, 2020
12:00 AM
Women's College Volleyball Minnesota Golden Gophers vs Michigan Wolverines from Crisler Center (HD) No. 7 Minnesota (13-3, 7-1) leads the Big Ten with 13.72 assists and 14.68 kills per set; Michigan (13-5, 6-2) hit .463 in a sweep over Rutgers.
1:00 AM
Women's College Volleyball Maryland Terrapins at Wisconsin Badgers from Wisconsin Field House (HD) Maryland (12-10, 4-6) is coming off a 3-0 loss against No. 7 Penn State; No. 4 Wisconsin (14-4, 10-0) has won six straight meetings, sweeping last year's match.
2:00 AM
Women's College Volleyball Michigan Wolverines at Illinois Fighting Illini from Huff Hall (HD) Michigan (13-7, 6-4) is 0-4 against ranked opponents; No. 19 Illinois (10-9, 5-5) won last season's match in five sets, 25-22, 24-26, 26-24, 25-23, 15-13.
3:00 AM
Women's College Volleyball Iowa Hawkeyes at Nebraska Cornhuskers from Devaney Center (HD) Iowa has been swept in five-straight Big Ten outings; No. 6 Nebraska hit .420 and won the Nov. 9 match, 3-0, making it undefeated over the past 30 meetings.
4:00 AM
Women's College Volleyball Nebraska Cornhuskers at Wisconsin Badgers from Wisconsin Field House (HD) No. 6 Nebraska (23-3, 15-2) last bested No. 7 Minnesota, 3-2; No. 5 Wisconsin (20-5, 16-1) hit .376 and swept the Oct. 5 match, 25-22, 25-21, 25-22.
5:00 AM
Women's College Volleyball Nebraska Cornhuskers at Illinois Fighting Illini from Huff Hall (HD) No. 3 Nebraska (8-1) is 13-3 against Illinois (5-4) since becoming Big Ten opponents, including a 3-1 road win last year behind 14.5 points from Mikaela Foecke.
6:00 AM
Women's College Volleyball Nebraska Cornhuskers at Penn State Nittany Lions from Rec Hall (HD) No. 5 Nebraska (15-2, 6-1) won two meetings against No. 9 Penn State (14-3, 5-2) last year, 3-0 during the regular season and 3-2 in an NCAA semifinal match.
7:00 AM
Women's College Volleyball Nebraska Cornhuskers at Wisconsin Badgers from Wisconsin Field House (HD) No. 5 Nebraska (15-3, 6-2) lost a five-set battle with No. 4 Penn State; No. 9 Wisconsin (12-4, 5-3) fell to 5-1 at home after losing to No. 7 Illinois, 3-1.
8:00 AM
Women's College Volleyball Wisconsin Badgers at Michigan Wolverines from Cliff Keen Arena (HD) No. 7 Wisconsin (14-4, 7-3) is 5-3 against ranked opponents; No. 12 Michigan (18-3, 7-3) beat Northwestern last time out, 3-0, and is 11-1 on its home court.
9:00 AM
Women's College Volleyball Penn State Nittany Lions at Nebraska Cornhuskers from Devaney Center (HD) No. 7 Penn State won the first match, 25-22, 11-25, 24-26, 25-23, 15-9; No. 8 Nebraska's last four losses have come against teams ranked No. 9 or better.
10:00 AM
Women's College Volleyball Minnesota Golden Gophers at Penn State Nittany Lions from Rec Hall (HD) No. 3 Minnesota (24-2, 18-0) won the Sept. 19 matchup, 3-0; No. 7 Penn State (22-6, 13-5) has consecutive sweeps over No. 18 Michigan and Northwestern.
11:00 AM
Women's College Volleyball Wisconsin Badgers at Penn State Nittany Lions from Rec Hall (HD) Penn State leads the all-time series with the Badgers, 48-8, and won the last meeting, 3-1; Wisconsin is 7-5 against ranked opponents this season.
12:00 PM
BTN: Ten B1G Years Prelude (Repeat) In celebration of the tenth anniversary of the Big Ten Network, analysts showcase some of the more memorable moments in Big Ten sports throughout the years.
1:00 PM
BTN: Ten B1G Years 2007-2008 (Repeat) Michigan suffered one of the biggest upsets in football, Illinois made its first Rose Bowl since 1984 and Blake Hoffarber made an improbable shot for Minnesota.
2:00 PM
BTN: Ten B1G Years 2008-2009 (Repeat) Penn State made its first Rose Bowl in over a decade, Purdue won its first Big Ten men's basketball tournament while MSU would play in its seventh Final Four.
3:00 PM
BTN: Ten B1G Years 2009-2010 (Repeat) Terrelle Pryor led Ohio State to its first Rose Bowl since 1997, Nebraska joined the Big Ten, and MSU made its second-straight Final Four in men's basketball.
4:00 PM
BTN: Ten B1G Years 2010-2011 (Repeat) In celebration of the tenth anniversary of the Big Ten Network, analysts showcase some of the more memorable moments in Big Ten sports throughout the years.
5:00 PM
BTN: Ten B1G Years 2011-2012 (Repeat) Wisconsin wins its second-straight Big Ten title behind Russell Wilson, and the saga surrounding Penn State takes another turn with Joe Paterno's passing.
6:00 PM
BTN: Ten B1G Years 2012-2013 (Repeat) Urban Meyer joined the Big Ten coaching ranks at OSU, Montee Ball rushes for a historic season for Wisconsin and Michigan made its first Final Four in 20 years.
7:00 PM
BTN: Ten B1G Years 2013-2014 (Repeat) MSU's first Rose Bowl in over 15 years, Wisconsin's first Final Four since 2000 and a Big Ten showdown for the women's volleyball national championship.
8:00 PM
BTN: Ten B1G Years 2014-2015 (Repeat) Ohio State made college football history after winning the first CFP national championship, and half of the men's Final Four is represented by the Big Ten.
9:00 PM
BTN: Ten B1G Years 2015-2016 (Repeat) Jim Harbaugh joins the Big Ten as Michigan coach, Michigan State and Iowa compete for the Big Ten title and Wisconsin basketball coach Bo Ryan retires.
10:00 PM
BTN: Ten B1G Years 2016-2017 (Repeat) Football in the Big Ten was at a high with Ohio State and Penn State creating CFP drama, and Michigan and Northwestern made magical runs in basketball.
11:00 PM
College Football 2016 Big Ten Championship: Wisconsin Badgers vs Penn State Nittany Lions from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis (HD) Wisconsin beat Minnesota, 31-17, on Nov. 26 to clinch the West Division; Penn State has won four of past five vs. the Badgers, including a 31-24 win in 2013.
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