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Programs for BIG10 on Tuesday, August 11, 2020
12:00 AM
College Football Michigan Wolverines at Minnesota Golden Gophers from TCF Bank Stadium RB DeVeon Smith has rushed for 436 yards with four TDs this season for Michigan; interim head coach Tracy Claeys takes over for Jerry Krill to lead Minnesota. Brad Nessler(Commentator), Todd Blackledge(Commentator), Holly Rowe(Commentator)
1:00 AM
College Football Iowa Hawkeyes at Indiana Hoosiers from Memorial Stadium Iowa beat Maryland, 31-15, on Oct. 31, as the Hawkeyes forced four turnovers and blocked a punt; Indiana lost to Michigan State, 52-26, on Oct. 24. Mike Patrick(Commentator), Ed Cunningham(Commentator), Jerry Punch(Commentator)
2:00 AM
College Football Wisconsin Badgers at Maryland Terrapins from Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium Wisconsin (7-2, 4-1) won its only meeting with Maryland, 52-7, last year; Maryland (2-6, 0-4) has allowed less than 31 points in a game only once this season.
3:00 AM
College Football Penn State Nittany Lions at Northwestern Wildcats from Ryan Field Penn State shutout Illinois, 39-0, on Oct. 31, allowing just 167 yards of total offense; Northwestern beat Nebraska, 30-28, on Oct. 31. Clay Matvick(Commentator), John Congemi(Commentator)
4:00 AM
The Journey: Big Ten Football 2015 (Repeat) Behind-the-scenes coverage explores the season's most intriguing storylines throughout the Big Ten conference and its member schools.
4:30 AM
College Football Minnesota Golden Gophers at Iowa Hawkeyes from Kinnick Stadium Minnesota fell to Ohio State, 28-14, on Nov. 7; RB Akrum Wadley rushed for 120 yards and a TD, as Iowa beat Indiana, 35-27, on Nov. 7.
5:30 AM
The Journey: Big Ten Football 2015 (Repeat) Behind-the-scenes coverage explores the season's most intriguing storylines throughout the Big Ten conference and its member schools.
6:00 AM
Women's College Soccer BTN Women's Soccer 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
Big Ten Womens Volleyball in 60 Iowa Hawkeyes at Nebraska Cornhuskers from Devaney Center (Repeat) Womens volleyball matches are condensed to an hour to showcase the key plays throughout the contest, as the events that changed the momentum are highlighted.
9:00 AM
Women's College Volleyball Women from colleges and universities around the United State take to the court in fast-paced volleyball matches.
11:00 AM
Big Ten Elite 1994 Nebraska Football (Repeat) Behind the play of running back Lawrence Phillips, the Nebraska Cornhuskers went undefeated, earning them a berth in the Orange Bowl to face Miami.
12:00 PM
College Football Colorado Buffaloes at Nebraska Cornhuskers from Memorial Stadium No. 2 Colorado (7-0) seeks sixth win over a top-25 team in 1994; No. 3 Nebraska (8-0, 3-0) is unbeaten in past three meetings after a 21-17 victory last season.
1:00 PM
College Football 1998 Alamo Bowl: Kansas State Wildcats vs Purdue Boilermakers from Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas Michael Bishop and No. 4 Kansas State (11-1) lost to Texas A&M in the Big 12 Championship; Drew Brees and Purdue (8-4) won their last five games.
2:00 PM
College Football 1998 Rose Bowl: Michigan Wolverines vs Washington State Cougars from Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. Charles Woodson and No. 1 Michigan (11-0) have allowed 16 or fewer points in 10 games; Ryan Leaf and No. 8 Washington State (10-1) won three-straight games.
3:00 PM
College Football 1997 Rose Bowl: Ohio State Buckeyes vs Arizona State Sun Devils from Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, Calif. No. 4 Ohio State (10-1) won the inaugural meeting vs. the Sun Devils with a 38-21 triumph in 1980; No. 2 Arizona State (11-0) is averaging 42.8 points per game.
4:00 PM
College Football 1995 Rose Bowl: Penn State Nittany Lions vs Oregon Ducks from Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. Ki-Jana Carter and No. 2 Penn State (11-0) averaged 47.8 ppg in its 11 wins; Danny ONeil and No. 12 Oregon (9-3) won its last six games after starting 3-3.
5:00 PM
The B1G Show An expert panel provides insightful information from around the Big Ten Conference, including action-packed highlights, the latest news and astute analysis.
5:30 PM
College Football Maryland Football Classic: Maryland Terrapins at Miami Hurricanes from Orange Bowl Running back Rick Badanjek and the Maryland Terrapins face quarterback Bernie Kosar and the No. 6 Miami Hurricanes, who are seeking their sixth-straight win.
6:30 PM
College Football Maryland Terrapins at Penn State Nittany Lions from Beaver Stadium Maryland quarterback C.J. Brown has 1,316 passing and 376 rushing yards with 13 total touchdowns; Penn State leads their all-time series, 35-1-1. Beth Mowins(Commentator), Joey Galloway(Commentator), Paul Carcaterra(Commentator)
7:30 PM
College Football 2006 Champs Sports Bowl: Purdue Boilermakers vs Maryland Terrapins from Orlando, Fla. The Champs Sports Bowl features the University of Maryland Terrapins (8-4) of the ACC against the Purdue Boilermakers (8-5) of the Big Ten Conference.
8:30 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.
9:00 PM
College Football Texas Longhorns vs Maryland Terrapins from FedEx Field in Landover, Md. Texas finished 7-6 under first year head coach Tom Herman; Maryland snapped a three-game losing streak to the Longhorns with a 51-41 victory last season. Joe Davis(Commentator), Brady Quinn(Commentator), Bruce Feldman(Commentator)
10:00 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.
10:30 PM
Unlocked: The Penn State Basketball Story (Repeat) All-access footage showcases Penn State basketball as they go through the season, featuring footage of the team at practices and off the court.
11:30 PM
College Football Maryland Terrapins at Minnesota Golden Gophers from TCF Bank Stadium Maryland suffered its first loss of the season in a 38-10 defeat to UCF on Sept. 23; Minnesota defeated the Terrapins last season, 31-10. Tim Brando(Commentator), Spencer Tillman(Commentator), Holly Sonders(Commentator)
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