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Programs for BIG10 on Monday, July 6, 2020
12:00 AM
The B1G Show Big Ten Football Defensive All-Decade Team (Repeat) An expert panel provides insightful information from around the Big Ten Conference, including action-packed highlights, the latest news and astute analysis.
1:30 AM
College Football Michigan Wolverines at Ohio State Buckeyes from Ohio Stadium Michigan has won 10 games in back-to-back seasons for the first time since 2002-03; Ohio State has won 11 of the past 12 meetings with the Wolverines. Chris Fowler(Commentator), Kirk Herbstreit(Commentator), Sam Ponder(Commentator), Tom Rinaldi(Commentator)
2:30 AM
College Football 2019 Rose Bowl: Washington Huskies vs Ohio State Buckeyes from Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. Jake Browning and No. 9 Washington (10-3) beat Utah, 10-3, in the Pac-12 Championship; Dwayne Haskins and No. 5 Ohio State (12-1) are averaging 43.4 ppg.
3:30 AM
College Football Michigan Wolverines at Michigan State Spartans from Spartan Stadium Michigan defeated Michigan State in the last meeting, 12-10, and leads the all-time series, 68-32-5; Michigan State is undefeated at home this season. Brad Nessler(Commentator), Todd Blackledge(Commentator), Holly Rowe(Commentator)
4:30 AM
The B1G Show Big Ten Football Defensive All-Decade Team (Repeat) An expert panel provides insightful information from around the Big Ten Conference, including action-packed highlights, the latest news and astute analysis.
6:00 AM
College Football Illinois Fighting Illini at Ohio State Buckeyes from Ohio Stadium Quarterback Juice Williams and the Illinois Fighting Illini travel to Columbus to face running back Chris Wells and the No. 1 Ohio State Buckeyes.
7:00 AM
College Football 2010 Rose Bowl: Ohio State Buckeyes vs Oregon Ducks from Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. Terrelle Pryor and No. 8 Ohio State won its fifth-straight Big Ten title, while Jeremiah Masoli and No. 7 Oregon is playing in its first Rose Bowl since 1995.
8:00 AM
College Football Ohio State Buckeyes at Michigan State Spartans from Spartan Stadium Ohio State ranks fourth nationally with 45.6 points per game and has won eight of the last 10 meetings; Michigan State averages 515.2 yards of offense per game. Chris Fowler(Commentator), Kirk Herbstreit(Commentator), Heather Cox(Commentator)
9:00 AM
College Football Michigan Wolverines at Michigan State Spartans from Spartan Stadium 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 AM
College Football Wisconsin Badgers at Michigan State Spartans from Spartan Stadium No. 6 Wisconsin (6-0) averages 50 points per game, while holding its opponents to under 10 points; Michigan State (5-1) defeated Michigan on Oct. 15, 28-14.
11:00 AM
College Football 2011 Big Ten Championship: Michigan State Spartans vs Wisconsin Badgers from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis Michigan State leads the all-time series 29-18, including a 37-31 win earlier this season, as Keith Nichol caught a 44-yard Hail Mary on the final play.
12:00 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.
1:00 PM
College Football Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Michigan Wolverines from Michigan Stadium Sophomore quarterback Tommy Rees is expected to start for Notre Dame (0-1); Michigan (1-0) leads the all-time series with the Fighting Irish, 22-15-1.
2:00 PM
College Football Michigan Wolverines at Iowa Hawkeyes from Kinnick Stadium 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.
3:00 PM
College Football Nebraska Cornhuskers at Missouri Tigers from Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium 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.
4:00 PM
College Football Nebraska Cornhuskers vs Florida Gators from Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz. Nebraska, which is 36-1 over the past three seasons, won the inaugural meeting, 13-10, in the 1974 Sugar Bowl; Florida seeks its first-ever national title. Jim Nantz(Commentator), Terry Donahue(Commentator)
5:00 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 O'Neil and No. 12 Oregon (9-3) won its last six games after starting 3-3.
6:00 PM
College Football Ohio State Buckeyes at Penn State Nittany Lions from Beaver Stadium Ohio State has won four straight meetings with the Nittany Lions, including a 38-10 victory last season; Penn State beat Maryland, 38-14, on Oct. 8.
7:00 PM
College Football Big Ten Championship: Northwestern Wildcats vs Ohio State Buckeyes from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis Northwestern won the Big Ten West Division title for the first time in program history; Ohio State has won 35 of the past 37 meetings with the Wildcats. Gus Johnson(Commentator), Joel Klatt(Commentator), Jenny Taft(Commentator)
8:00 PM
College Football Michigan Wolverines at Ohio State Buckeyes from Ohio Stadium Troy Smith and No. 1 Ohio State dominated to an 11-0 record and face Chad Henne and undefeated rival No. 2 Michigan in the finale for a national title berth.
9:00 PM
College Football Ohio State Buckeyes at Michigan Wolverines from Michigan Stadium No. 12 Ohio State has won three of the past four meetings, including a 21-6 victory last season; No. 6 Michigan has outscored its last two opponents, 95-7.
10:00 PM
College Football Ohio State Buckeyes at Purdue Boilermakers from Ross-Ade Stadium No. 12-ranked Ohio State has won the seven previous meetings with the Boilermakers, including a 25-22 victory last season; Purdue has won three in a row.
11:00 PM
College Football Michigan Wolverines at Purdue Boilermakers from Ross-Ade Stadium Anthony Thomas and No. 6 Michigan (4-1) won two straight since their loss to then-No. 14 UCLA; Drew Brees and Purdue (3-2) come off a 22-20 loss to Penn State.
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