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Programs for BIG10 on Saturday, August 8, 2020
12:00 AM
College Football Illinois Fighting Illini at Wisconsin Badgers from Camp Randall Stadium Wisconsin leads the series, 37-36-7, and is led by Melvin Gordon with a nation-high 174 rushing yards per game; Illinois averages 7.2 tackles for loss per game. Beth Mowins(Commentator), Joey Galloway(Commentator), Paul Carcaterra(Commentator)
1:00 AM
College Football Michigan State Spartans at Purdue Boilermakers from Ross-Ade Stadium Michigan State held the Boilermakers to 226 yards of total offense and returned a fumble for a touchdown en route to a 14-0 victory in their last meeting. Mike Patrick(Commentator), Ed Cunningham(Commentator), Jeannine Edwards(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 Iowa Hawkeyes at Maryland Terrapins from Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium Maryland is led by quarterback C.J. Brown, who has passed for seven touchdowns and rushed for another five; Iowa has won six of its last seven road games. Beth Mowins(Commentator), Joey Galloway(Commentator), Paul Carcaterra(Commentator)
3:30 AM
College Football Rutgers Scarlet Knights at Nebraska Cornhuskers from Memorial Stadium Nebraska is led by Ameer Abdullah, who has rushed for 1,024 yards and 14 touchdowns; Rutgers is 21-for-24 in the red zone and averages 27.7 points per game. Beth Mowins(Commentator), Joey Galloway(Commentator), Paul Carcaterra(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 Michigan Wolverines at Michigan State Spartans from Spartan Stadium Michigan State forced seven sacks and held the Wolverines to minus-48 yards to win their last meeting, 29-6; Michigan is 16-for-17 in the red zone this year. Sean McDonough(Commentator), Chris Spielman(Commentator), Todd McShay(Commentator)
6:00 AM
College Football Georgia Southern Eagles at Minnesota Golden Gophers from TCF Bank Stadium Georgia Southern beat Maine, 26-18, on Sept. 7, as Matt LaRoche rushed for 154 yards; Minnesota comes off a 38-35 win in double-OT vs. Fresno State on Sept. 7. Joe Beninati(Commentator), Stanley Jackson(Commentator)
7:00 AM
College Football Michigan Wolverines at Wisconsin Badgers from Camp Randall Stadium No. 11 Michigan (2-0) beat No. 13 Wisconsin (2-0) last year, 38-13, behind Karan Higdon and Shea Patterson, but the Badgers won the last four home meetings.
8:00 AM
College Football Michigan Wolverines at Wisconsin Badgers from Camp Randall Stadium No. 11 Michigan (2-0) beat No. 13 Wisconsin (2-0) last year, 38-13, behind Karan Higdon and Shea Patterson, but the Badgers won the last four home meetings.
9:00 AM
College Football Northwestern Wildcats at Wisconsin Badgers from Camp Randall Stadium Northwestern (1-2, 0-1) lost its Big Ten opener to MSU, 31-10; No. 8 Wisconsin (3-0, 1-0) leads the nation in scoring defense and rushing yards allowed.
10:00 AM
College Football Indiana Hoosiers at Michigan State Spartans from Spartan Stadium No. 25 Michigan State (3-1, 1-0) won nine of its last 10 meetings with Indiana (3-1, 0-1) after a 35-21 win last year behind two TDs from Brian Lewerke.
11:00 AM
The B1G Moment Holy Buckeye (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.
11:30 AM
Big Ten Elite 2014 Ohio State Football (Repeat) The 2014 Buckeyes had their eyes set on a title, but would have to rely on some unlikely candidates and a memorable postseason performance by Ezekiel Elliott.
12:30 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.
1:30 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.
2:30 PM
College Football Boston College Eagles at Penn State Nittany Lions from Beaver Stadium No. 9 Boston College is just 1-11 all-time against Penn State, but won last seasons meeting, 27-17, as QB Doug Flutie threw for 380 yards and two TDs
3:30 PM
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.
4:30 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.
5:00 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.
6:00 PM
College Football 1986 Holiday Bowl: Iowa Hawkeyes vs San Diego State Aztecs from Jack Murphy Stadium in San Diego
7:00 PM
College Football Michigan Wolverines at Iowa Hawkeyes from Kinnick Stadium
8:00 PM
College Football Iowa Hawkeyes at Penn State Nittany Lions from Beaver Stadium
9:00 PM
College Football Michigan State Spartans at Iowa Hawkeyes from Kinnick Stadium No. 5 Michigan State moved to 8-0 with a 35-27 win at Northwestern last week, while No. 18 Iowa (5-2) suffered a 31-30 home loss to Wisconsin.
10:00 PM
College Football Minnesota Golden Gophers at Iowa Hawkeyes from Kinnick Stadium Minnesota is off to its best start since 1904; Iowa has won the past four meetings, including a 48-31 victory last season, as Nate Stanley threw four TD passes. Joe Davis(Commentator), Brock Huard(Commentator), Bruce Feldman(Commentator)
11:00 PM
College Football 2019 San Diego County Credit Union Holiday Bowl: USC Trojans vs Iowa Hawkeyes from SDCCU Stadium in San Diego USC (8-4) has won the past six meetings with Iowa (9-3), including a 38-7 victory in the 2003 Orange Bowl, as RB Justin Fargas rushed for 122 yards and two TDs.
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