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Saturday Tradition

B1G vs. SEC? Not exactly.
Saquon Barkley of @PennStateFball named the 2016 #B1GFootball Graham-George Offensive Player of the Year.
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What will the College Football Playoff selection committee be focused on Saturday night?
The College Football Playoff poll is out. The B1G has four teams in the top seven:
It's only been one year of Trace McSorley. Already, he's doing unprecedented things for Penn State.
Not every B1G team has the same plans this weekend.
Ten teams entered 2016 with zero QB starts. Two of the ten are playing for the Big Ten Championship.
Nick Saban can have his Coke endorsement. Just give Paul Chryst a couple bottles of Aspire Fire and HE’S ON FIRE.
Dating back to 2010, @BadgerFootball is 16-2 vs. Iowa, Minnesota and Nebraska.
Active Shooter reported on Ohio State's campus. Stay safe everyone.
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The Associated Press poll had six B1G teams, with four in the top eight:
Indy-bound. What a year, Penn State.
Unfortunately for Michigan, this drought will continue.
It’s the matchup we’ve all been waiting for: Curtis Samuel vs. Jourdan Lewis
The Game. What more is there to say? Well, a few things.
Here are your Ohio State vs. Michigan stat leaders. Which records could fall tomorrow, if any?
When it’s Thanksgiving and the B1G is the best conference in America.
Is Michigan-Ohio State the best rivalry in college football? Absolutely.
Three B1G teams in the top five of the Associated Press poll? Yup:
The B1G has four teams in the top eight and five in the top 15 of the latest Coaches Poll:
When Mom lets you play in the snow for an extra five minutes before coming in for dinner.
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