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Programs for BTNA1HD on Thursday, August 13, 2020
12:00 AM
College Football Wisconsin Badgers at Michigan Wolverines from Michigan Stadium (HD) No. 8 Wisconsin is seventh in the nation in allowing 13.7 points per game; No. 4 Michigan is fourth in the nation in scoring with 52 points per game. Steve Levy(Commentator), Brian Griese(Commentator), Todd McShay(Commentator)
1:00 AM
College Football Minnesota Golden Gophers at Penn State Nittany Lions from Beaver Stadium (HD) Minnesota has won five of past nine vs. the Nittany Lions, including a 24-10 win in 2013; Penn State fell to Michigan, 49-10, on Sept. 24. Brandon Gaudin(Commentator), Chuck Long(Commentator)
2:00 AM
College Football Purdue Boilermakers at Illinois Fighting Illini from Memorial Stadium (HD) Illinois has won two of the past three vs. the Boilermakers, including a 48-14 victory in 2015; Purdue fell to Maryland, 50-7, on Oct. 1 Eric Collins(Commentator), Glen Mason(Commentator)
3:00 AM
College Football Nebraska Cornhuskers at Indiana Hoosiers from Memorial Stadium (HD) Nebraska, which is ranked in top 10 for first time since 2011, has won four straight vs. the Hoosiers; Indiana fell to Ohio State, 38-17, on Oct. 8. Mike Patrick(Commentator), Ed Cunningham(Commentator), Jerry Punch(Commentator)
4:00 AM
College Football Iowa Hawkeyes at Purdue Boilermakers from Ross-Ade Stadium (HD) Iowa is seeking a school record ninth-straight win on the road, and the Hawkeyes have won five of the last six meetings, including a 40-20 win last season. Anish Shroff(Commentator), Tom Ramsey(Commentator), Kevin Weidl(Commentator)
5:00 AM
College Football Northwestern Wildcats at Michigan State Spartans from Spartan Stadium (HD) Northwestern beat Iowa, 38-31, on Oct. 1; Michigan State, which has lost three straight, has won five of the past six meetings with the Wildcats. Kevin Kugler(Commentator), Matt Millen(Commentator), Lisa Byington(Commentator)
6:00 AM
Women's College Soccer (HD) Boston College won its second straight game by edging out Miami, 5-4, as McKenzie Meehan scored two goals, including the game-winner at the 92nd minute.
8:00 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.
10:00 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.
11:00 AM
Big Ten Elite 1997 Nebraska Football (Repeat) The Big Ten has seen its fair share of impressive seasons from its member schools as the best years in conference history are explored.
12:00 PM
College Football Nebraska Cornhuskers at Missouri Tigers from Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium (HD) Ahman Green and No. 1 Nebraska (8-0) won their first eight games by 32 ppg; Corby Jones and Missouri (6-3) won three straight since a loss to Kansas State.
1:00 PM
The B1G Moment Desmond Howard (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.
1:30 PM
College Football Purdue Boilermakers at Michigan Wolverines from Michigan Stadium (HD) No. 11 Purdue snapped a nine-game losing streak to the Wolverines with a 9-3 triumph in 1996; No. 4 Michigan beat No. 20 Wisconsin, 21-16, on Sept. 25.
2:30 PM
Green and White Days: Inside Michigan State Training Camp (Repeat) An all-access look features the Big Ten champion Michigan State football team as they start their training camp, showing the players go through drills.
3:00 PM
Green and White Days: Inside Michigan State Training Camp (Repeat) An all-access look features the Big Ten champion Michigan State football team as they start their training camp, showing the players go through drills.
3:30 PM
Green and White Days: Inside Michigan State Training Camp (Repeat) An all-access look features the Big Ten champion Michigan State football team as they start their training camp, showing the players go through drills.
4:00 PM
College Football Michigan Wolverines at Iowa Hawkeyes from Kinnick Stadium (HD)
5:00 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.
6:00 PM
College Football Michigan State Spartans at Michigan Wolverines from Michigan Stadium (HD) Hyland Hickson and Michigan State (1-2-1) come off a 10-7 loss to Iowa; Desmond Howard and No. 1 Michigan (3-1-0) won their last three games.
7:00 PM
College Football Michigan Wolverines at Michigan State Spartans from Spartan Stadium (HD) Charles Rogers and Michigan State (4-2) won two of its last three games; John Navarre and No. 6 Michigan (6-1) won five straight since losing to Washington.
8:00 PM
College Football Michigan State Spartans at Wisconsin Badgers from Camp Randall Stadium (HD) Wisconsin (6-2) is on a three-game winning streak following a victory over Minnesota last week while Michigan State (4-4) fell at Michigan, 12-10. Mike Patrick(Commentator), Ed Cunningham(Commentator), Jeannine Edwards(Commentator)
9:00 PM
College Football Michigan Wolverines at Michigan State Spartans from Spartan Stadium (HD) Charles Rogers and Michigan State (4-2) won two of its last three games; John Navarre and No. 6 Michigan (6-1) won five straight since losing to Washington.
10:00 PM
College Football Nebraska Cornhuskers at Michigan State Spartans from Spartan Stadium (HD) The Spartans are holding opponents to 78.3 rushing yards per game, ranking fourth nationally; Nebraska is 1-2 in Big Ten road openers and leads the series, 7-1. Chris Fowler(Commentator), Kirk Herbstreit(Commentator), Heather Cox(Commentator)
11:00 PM
College Football Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Michigan State Spartans from Spartan Stadium (HD) Last season's meeting featured five lead changes before Notre Dame stopped Michigan State on the Irish 4-yard-line with 57 seconds remaining to win 33-30.
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