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Programs for BTNA1HD on Wednesday, August 5, 2020
12:00 AM
College Football Indiana Hoosiers at Michigan Wolverines from Michigan Stadium (HD) Michigan defeated the Hoosiers in last year's meeting, 42-35, and leads the all-time series, 52-9; Indiana has lost the last 17 matchups with the Wolverines. Matt Devlin(Commentator), Glen Mason(Commentator), Jon Jansen (Commentator)
1:00 AM
College Football Nebraska Cornhuskers at Minnesota Golden Gophers from TCF Bank Stadium (HD) Nebraska has won its last 15 meetings with the Golden Gophers dating back to 1963; Minnesota leads the all-time series with the Cornhuskers, 29-22-2. Dave Pasch(Commentator), Brian Griese(Commentator), Tom Luginbill(Commentator)
2:00 AM
The Journey: Big Ten Football 2013 (Repeat) A documentary-style show that takes Big Ten football fans behind the scenes, following intriguing storylines throughout the conference and its member schools.
2:30 AM
College Football Northwestern Wildcats at Nebraska Cornhuskers from Memorial Stadium (HD) Northwestern (4-4, 0-4) has lost its last four games after falling to Iowa, 17-10, while Nebraska (5-2, 2-1) is coming off a bye week following a loss. Eric Collins(Commentator), Chuck Long(Commentator), Jon Jansen (Commentator)
3:30 AM
College Football BYU Cougars at Wisconsin Badgers from Camp Randall Stadium (HD) BYU defeated Wisconsin in the only previous meeting, in 1980, 28-3; BYU has won its last five games, while the Badgers are on a three-game winning streak. Bob Wischusen(Commentator), Rod Gilmore(Commentator), Quint Kessenich(Commentator)
4:30 AM
The Journey: Big Ten Football 2013 (Repeat) A documentary-style show that takes Big Ten football fans behind the scenes, following intriguing storylines throughout the conference and its member schools.
5:00 AM
College Football Illinois Fighting Illini at Indiana Hoosiers from Memorial Stadium (HD) Illinois (3-5, 0-4) has lost its last four games after losing to Penn State, 24-17; Indiana (3-5, 1-3) has lost its last three after losing to Minnesota, 42-39. Paul Burmeister(Commentator), Eric Crouch(Commentator), Chuck Long(Commentator)
6:00 AM
College Soccer (HD) Texas Tech extended their unbeaten streak to eight-games, following their 2-1, double overtime victory; Oklahoma is coming off a 2-0 win over Arizona State.
8:00 AM
Women's College Volleyball (HD, TV-PG) Women from colleges and universities around the United State take to the court in fast-paced volleyball matches.
10:00 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.
11:00 AM
The B1G Story Matt Millen (Repeat) Matt Millen was sidelined by a rare heart disease that threatened his life, and his story is one of determination and perseverance.
11:30 AM
Big Ten Elite 1985 Iowa Football (Repeat) Behind the play of quarterback Chuck Long and running back Ronnie Harmon, the 1985 Iowa Hawkeyes were looking at their second Big Ten title in the 1980s.
12:30 PM
College Football Michigan Wolverines at Iowa Hawkeyes from Kinnick Stadium (HD) No. 2 Michigan (5-0, 2-0) is allowing just 4.2 points per game; No. 1 Iowa (5-0, 2-0) is 1-11 against the Wolverines since 1964, but won last season, 26-0.
1:30 PM
The B1G Moment Rob Houghtlin (Repeat) Players relive their most memorable moment of their college careers in the Big Ten, as teammates, family and friends share their thoughts on it.
2:00 PM
College Football 1989 Rose Bowl: Michigan Wolverines vs USC Trojans from Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. (HD) Tony Boles and No. 11 Michigan (8-2-1) are unbeaten in their last nine; Rodney Peete and No. 5 USC (10-1-0) had their perfect season snapped by Notre Dame.
3:00 PM
College Football 1988 Rose Bowl: Michigan State Spartans vs USC Trojans from Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, Calif. (HD) Michigan State snapped a three-game losing skid to USC with a 27-13 victory in the season opener, as RB Lorenzo White rushed for 111 yards and two TDs.
4:00 PM
College Football Nebraska Cornhuskers at Penn State Nittany Lions from Beaver Stadium (HD) Mike Rozier and No. 2 Nebraska (2-0) won their first two over Iowa and NMSU; Todd Blackledge and No. 8 Penn State (3-0) beat the Cornhuskers last year, 30-24.
5:00 PM
College Football 2004 Music City Bowl: Minnesota Golden Gophers vs Alabama Crimson Tide from LP Field in Nashville, Tenn. (HD) Running backs Marion Barber and Laurence Maroney led Minnesota (6-5) to their third-straight bowl; Kenneth Darby and Alabama (6-5) lost their last two games.
6:00 PM
College Football Minnesota Golden Gophers at Michigan Wolverines from Michigan Stadium (HD) Laurence Maroney and Minnesota (4-1) had their undefeated start ended by Penn State; Chad Henne and No. 21 Michigan (3-2) come off a 34-31 win over MSU.
7:00 PM
College Football Nebraska Cornhuskers at Minnesota Golden Gophers from TCF Bank Stadium (HD) Nebraska has won its last 15 meetings with the Golden Gophers dating back to 1963; Minnesota leads the all-time series with the Cornhuskers, 29-22-2. Dave Pasch(Commentator), Brian Griese(Commentator), Tom Luginbill(Commentator)
8:00 PM
College Football 2018 Quick Lane Bowl: Minnesota Golden Gophers vs Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets from Ford Field in Detroit (HD) Minnesota makes second appearance in the event after a 21-14 win over Central Michigan in 2015; Paul Johnson coaches his final game for Georgia Tech. Mark Neely(Commentator), Ray Bentley(Commentator), Allison Williams(Commentator)
9:00 PM
College Football Penn State Nittany Lions at Minnesota Golden Gophers from TCF Bank Stadium (HD) Penn State has won five of the past six meetings with Minnesota, including a 29-26 OT win in 2016, as QB Trace McSorley accounted for 408 yards and two TDs. Sean McDonough(Commentator), Todd Blackledge(Commentator), Holly Rowe(Commentator)
10:00 PM
College Football 2020 Outback Bowl: Minnesota Golden Gophers at Auburn Tigers from Jordan-Hare Stadium (HD) Minnesota (10-2) defeated Georgia Tech in the 2018 Quick Lane Bowl, 34-10; Auburn (9-3) has won two in a row after beating Alabama, 48-45, on Nov. 30. Jason Benetti(Commentator), Rod Gilmore(Commentator), Quint Kessenich(Commentator)
11:00 PM
College Football Iowa Hawkeyes at Minnesota Golden Gophers from TCF Bank Stadium (HD) Iowa (5-2) is coming off a 45-24 win over Indiana, as the Hawkeyes had 456 yards of total offense, while Minnesota (1-6) suffered a 41-14 loss to Nebraska.
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