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Programs for BIG10 on Friday, August 7, 2020
11:30 PM
College Football Illinois Fighting Illini at Michigan State Spartans from Spartan Stadium Illinois snapped a three-game losing streak to Michigan State with a 31-27 triumph in 2016, as Kendrick Foster rushed for 146 yards and two TDs Kevin Kugler(Commentator), Matt Millen(Commentator), Lisa Byington(Commentator)
12:30 AM
The B1G Show (Repeat) An expert panel provides insightful information from around the Big Ten Conference, including action-packed highlights, the latest news and astute analysis.
1:00 AM
College Football Penn State Nittany Lions at Rutgers Scarlet Knights from High Point Solutions Stadium Rutgers' Paul James has a nation-high six rushing touchdowns; Penn State leads the all-time series, 22-2, and meets the Knights for the first time since 1995. Kevin Kugler(Commentator), Glen Mason(Commentator), Shaun O'Hara(Commentator), Tina Cervasio(Commentator)
2:00 AM
The B1G Show (Repeat) An expert panel provides insightful information from around the Big Ten Conference, including action-packed highlights, the latest news and astute analysis.
2:30 AM
College Football Miami Hurricanes at Nebraska Cornhuskers from Memorial Stadium Miami (2-1, 0-1) receiver Phillip Dorsett recorded 201 receiving yards last week; Nebraska (3-0, 0-0) beat the Hurricanes in the 1994 Orange Bowl, 24-17.
3:30 AM
College Football Minnesota Golden Gophers at Michigan Wolverines from Michigan Stadium Michigan has won eight straight Big Ten openers and its last six encounters with the Golden Gophers; Minnesota is allowing 20.2 points per game. Mike Patrick(Commentator), Ed Cunningham(Commentator), Jeannine Edwards(Commentator)
4:30 AM
The B1G Show (Repeat) An expert panel provides insightful information from around the Big Ten Conference, including action-packed highlights, the latest news and astute analysis.
5:00 AM
College Football Penn State Nittany Lions at Michigan Wolverines from Michigan Stadium Penn State defeated the Wolverines, 43-40, in four overtimes when the teams last met in 2013, which became the longest game in Big Ten history. Mark Jones(Commentator), Rod Gilmore(Commentator), Jessica Mendoza(Commentator)
6:00 AM
The B1G Show (Repeat) An expert panel provides insightful information from around the Big Ten Conference, including action-packed highlights, the latest news and astute analysis.
6:30 AM
College Football Army West Point Black Knights at Michigan Wolverines from Michigan Stadium Army held on for a 14-7 win over Rice on Aug. 30; Michigan trails in all-time series, 5-4, but has won the past four meetings, including a 17-7 victory in 1962. Gus Johnson(Commentator), Joel Klatt(Commentator), Jenny Taft(Commentator)
7:30 AM
The B1G Show (Repeat) An expert panel provides insightful information from around the Big Ten Conference, including action-packed highlights, the latest news and astute analysis.
8:00 AM
College Football Vanderbilt Commodores at Purdue Boilermakers from Ross-Ade Stadium Vanderbilt dropped its season opener against No. 3 Georgia, 30-6; Purdue fell to Nevada, 34-31, on a 56-yard field goal from Brandon Talton as time expired.
9:00 AM
College Football Syracuse Orange at Maryland Terrapins from Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium Syracuse defeated Liberty, 24-0, on Aug. 31; Maryland snapped a five-game losing streak to the Orange with a 34-20 victory in 2014. Mark Jones(Commentator), Dusty Dvoracek(Commentator), Olivia Dekker(Commentator)
10:00 AM
The B1G Show (Repeat) An expert panel provides insightful information from around the Big Ten Conference, including action-packed highlights, the latest news and astute analysis.
10:30 AM
College Football Pittsburgh Panthers at Penn State Nittany Lions from Beaver Stadium Pittsburgh comes off a 20-10 win over Ohio on Sept. 7; Penn State has won nine of the past 11 meetings with the Panthers, including a 51-6 victory last season. Chris Fowler(Commentator), Todd Blackledge(Commentator), Holly Rowe(Commentator)
11:30 AM
The B1G Show (Repeat) An expert panel provides insightful information from around the Big Ten Conference, including action-packed highlights, the latest news and astute analysis.
12:00 PM
College Football Ohio State Buckeyes at Wisconsin Badgers from Camp Randall Stadium OSU comes off a bye week after beating Illinois, 52-22, on November 3 as Braxton Miller threw for two touchdowns; Wisconsin rebounded with a win over Indiana. Joe Tessitore(Commentator), Matt Millen(Commentator), Quint Kessenich(Commentator)
1:00 PM
College Football Nebraska Cornhuskers at Wisconsin Badgers from Camp Randall Stadium Wisconsin has won five straight home games, and the Badgers have won three of the last four meetings with Nebraska to tie the all-time series, 4-4. Sean McDonough(Commentator), Chris Spielman(Commentator), Todd McShay(Commentator)
2:00 PM
The B1G Show (Repeat) An expert panel provides insightful information from around the Big Ten Conference, including action-packed highlights, the latest news and astute analysis.
2:30 PM
College Football Nebraska Cornhuskers at Penn State Nittany Lions from Beaver Stadium Nebraska has won the last three meetings and leads the all-time series with the Nittany Lions, 8-7; Penn State holds a 5-2 edge in the series at home. Eric Collins(Commentator), Chuck Long(Commentator)
3:30 PM
College Football Northwestern Wildcats at Nebraska Cornhuskers from Memorial Stadium Northwestern (3-5) snapped a five-game losing streak with a 59-38 win at Indiana on Oct. 29; Nebraska (7-1) is coming off a 24-3 win over Michigan State.
4:30 PM
The B1G Show (Repeat) An expert panel provides insightful information from around the Big Ten Conference, including action-packed highlights, the latest news and astute analysis.
5:00 PM
Wisconsin Football Classic Wisconsin Badgers vs Michigan State Spartans from Tokyo Dome Wisconsin clinches a share of the Big Ten title and the programs first Rose Bowl invitation since 1963 with a win; Michigan State won past eight meetings.
6:00 PM
College Football 1994 Rose Bowl: Wisconsin Badgers vs UCLA Bruins from Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, Calif. No. 9 Wisconsin (9-1-1) makes first Rose Bowl appearance since 1963; No. 14 UCLA (8-3-0) is 7-1 all-time vs. the Badgers in 1982 after a 51-26 triumph in 1982.
7:00 PM
The B1G Show (Repeat) An expert panel provides insightful information from around the Big Ten Conference, including action-packed highlights, the latest news and astute analysis.
7:30 PM
College Football 1999 Rose Bowl: Wisconsin Badgers vs UCLA Bruins from Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. Ron Dayne and No. 9 Wisconsin (10-1) come off a 24-3 win over Penn State; Cade McNown and No. 6 UCLA (10-1) lost their finale to Miami, 49-45.
8:30 PM
College Football 2000 Rose Bowl: Wisconsin Badgers vs Stanford Cardinal from Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, Calif. Wisconsin, which is unbeaten in four all-time meetings after a 14-0 victory in 1996, has won seven in a row; Stanford beat Notre Dame, 40-37, on Nov. 27.
9:30 PM
College Football Ohio State Buckeyes at Wisconsin Badgers from Camp Randall Stadium Wisconsin is the only team to have beaten Ohio State three times in the last decade, but has lost three straight to the Buckeyes, including 31-13 last year.
10:30 PM
The B1G Show (Repeat) An expert panel provides insightful information from around the Big Ten Conference, including action-packed highlights, the latest news and astute analysis.
11:00 PM
College Football Wisconsin Badgers at Minnesota Golden Gophers from TCF Bank Stadium Minnesota snapped a 14-game losing streak to Wisconsin with a 37-15 victory last season, as Mohamed Ibrahim rushed for 121 yards and a TD. Chris Fowler(Commentator), Kirk Herbstreit(Commentator), Maria Taylor(Commentator)
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