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WEEKLY BIG TEN TV SCHEDULE and other games of interest 

OCTOBER 7, 14, and 21, 2017

SARDAY, OCTOBER 

TIME (ET) MATCHUP TV LINKS
12:00 PM Illinois @ Iowa BTN Tickets »
12:00 PM #4 Penn State @ Northwestern ABC Preview » Tickets »
3:30 PM Minnesota @ Purdue ESPN2
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Tickets »
3:30 PM Charleston Southern @ Indiana BTN Tickets »
4:00 PM Maryland @ #10 Ohio State FOX Preview » Tickets »
7:30 PM Michigan State @ #7 Michigan ABC Preview » Tickets »
8:00 PM #9 Wisconsin @ Nebraska BTN Preview » Tickets »

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14

TIME (ET) MATCHUP TV LINKS
TBD #10 Ohio State @ Nebraska   Tickets »
12:00 PM Rutgers @ Illinois BTN Tickets »
12:00 PM #7 Michigan @ Indiana   Tickets »
3:30 PM Northwestern @ Maryland ESPN2
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3:30 PM Purdue @ #9 Wisconsin BTN Tickets »
8:00 PM Michigan State @ Minnesota BTN Tickets »

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21

TIME (ET) MATCHUP TV LINKS
TBD Indiana @ Michigan State   Tickets »
TBD Illinois @ Minnesota   Tickets »
TBD Iowa @ Northwestern   Tickets »
TBD #7 Michigan @ #4 Penn State   Tickets »
12:00 PM Purdue @ Rutgers   Tickets »
12:00 PM Maryland @ #9 Wisconsin   Tickets »

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From the Washington Post of all places:

Saturday, Oct. 7

TIME GAME TV
Noon No. 4 Penn State at Northwestern ABC
Noon No. 5 Georgia at Vanderbilt ESPN
Noon Wake Forest at No. 2 Clemson ESPN2
Noon Temple at East Carolina ESPNU
Noon Ole Miss at No. 12 Auburn SEC Network
Noon Iowa State at No. 3 Oklahoma Fox
Noon Texas Tech at Kansas Fox Sports 1
Noon Eastern Michigan at Toledo CBS Sports Network
Noon Illinois at Iowa Big Ten Network
12:20 Duke at Virginia WDCA-20 (in D.C. area)/ACC Network (elsewhere)
12:30 Pittsburgh at Syracuse CSN (in D.C. area)/ACC Network (elsewhere)
3 Albany at Richmond CSN Plus (in D.C. area)
3:30 No. 23 West Virginia at No. 8 TCU Fox Sports 1
3:30 No. 21 Notre Dame at North Carolina ABC
3:30 LSU at No. 21 Florida CBS
3:30 No. 13 Miami at Florida State ESPN
3:30 Air Force at Navy CBS Sports Network
3:30 Minnesota at Purdue ESPN2
3:30 Charleston Southern at Indiana Big Ten Network
4 Maryland at No. 10 Ohio State Fox
4 Oregon State at No. 14 USC Pac-12 Network
4 Tulsa at Tulane ESPNU
4 Arkansas at South Carolina SEC Network
6 Marshall at Charlotte MASN2 (in D.C. area)
7 SMU at Houston CBS Sports Network
7 Kansas State at Texas Fox Sports 1
7:15 No. 1 Alabama at Texas A&M ESPN
7:15 No. 16 Virginia Tech at Boston College ESPN2
7:30 Michigan State at No. 7 Michigan ABC
7:30 Missouri at Kentucky SEC Network
8 No. 9 Wisconsin at Nebraska Big Ten Network
8 No. 11 Washington State at Oregon Fox
8 No. 25 UCF at Cincinnati ESPNU
8 Arizona at Colorado Pac-12 Network
10:15 Stanford at No. 20 Utah Fox Sports 1
10:30 Hawaii at Nevada CBS Sports Network
10:45 California at No. 6 Washington ESPN
10:45 No. 19 San Diego State at UNLV ESPN2

 

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And from SB NATION :

NCAA Football: Arizona State at Stanford Bryce Love after dark on Saturday night? Sounds great.  Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports
  • No. 1 Alabama 38, Texas A&M (+26.5) 18 (Saturday, 7:15 PM ET, ESPN)
  • No. 2 Clemson 31, Wake Forest (+22.5) 17 (Saturday, 12:00 PM ET, ESPN2)
  • No. 3 Oklahoma 45, Iowa State (+28) 24 (Saturday, 12:00 PM ET, Fox)
  • No. 4 Penn State 35, Northwestern (+14.5) 22 (Saturday, 12:00 PM ET, ABC)
  • No. 5 Georgia 30, Vanderbilt (+17.5) 15 (Saturday, 12:00 PM ET, ESPN)
  • No. 6 Washington 42, California (+27.5) 18 (Saturday, 10:45 PM ET, ESPN)
  • No. 7 Michigan (-10.5) 30, Michigan State 16 (Saturday, 7:30 PM ET, ABC)
  • No. 9 Wisconsin 31, Nebraska (+12) 19 (Saturday, 8:00 PM ET, BTN)
  • No. 10 Ohio State 42, Maryland (+30.5) 16 (Saturday, 4:00 PM ET, Fox)
  • Oregon (+0) 33, No. 11 Washington State 30 (Saturday, 8:00 PM ET, Fox)
  • No. 12 Auburn 35, Ole Miss (+22) 21 (Saturday, 12:00 PM ET, SECN)
  • Florida State (+3) 29, No. 13 Miami 25 (Saturday, 3:30 PM ET, ESPN)
  • No. 14 USC 45, Oregon State (+34) 17 (Saturday, 4:00 PM ET, Pac-12)
  • No. 16 Virginia Tech 30, Boston College (+16.5) 15 (Saturday, 7:15 PM ET, ESPN2)
  • No. 19 San Diego State 34, UNLV (+10.5) 28 (Saturday, 10:45 PM ET, ESPN2)
  • Stanford 31, No. 20 Utah (+5.5) 27 (Saturday, 10:15 PM ET, FS1)
  • LSU (+3) 26, No. 21 Florida 24 (Saturday, 3:30 PM ET, CBS)
  • No. 21 Notre Dame 36, North Carolina (+14) 24 (Saturday, 3:30 PM ET, ABC)
  • No. 25 Central Florida 31, Cincinnati (+17) 22 (Saturday, 8:00 PM ET, ESPNU)

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Only one matchup today between ranked teams?   WVa vs. TCU?

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8 hours ago, The Gipper said:

Only one matchup today between ranked teams?   WVa vs. TCU?

That’s it, a lot of formerly good teams have disappeared like LSU, FST, TAM, MST, ORE among others. And the mighty Cyclones have beaten the Sooners, oh my, parity?

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2 hours ago, mjp28 said:

 And the mighty Cyclones have beaten the Sooners, oh my, parity?

That game was pretty cool for me..HC'ing wise.Met Matt Campbell a few times going home to Toledo on Campus..Drew up a very smart offensive game plan as usual. Only a guy like Matt would take a good athlete like Joe Lenning & say yep he can play MLB & QB..As Matt did today..I now live in Grnville,NC where watching Lincoln Riley as OC at ECU made stars out of Zay Jones,Justin Hardy & Shane Carden who had no chance without Lincoln as OC. Carden Now in Arena League. Did not care who won.. just fun to watch, knowing of the two young smart coaches..If your a Buckeye Nut like me. I guess i did care..It was also fun to watch Mayfield Lose than cry after game to media      

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Think I have found my new front runner at QB position..Luke Falk-Wash.St. with 12 mins. left in 4th in Oregon.Cool Hand Luke passes Mariota in all time TD passes. Another 22 of 38 284yrds. 3 TD's no picks..Luke's completion rate got to be for season around 75%..A Senior, no doubt draft-able..just bubble-wrap when possible please   

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5 hours ago, wargograw said:

Michigan loses. I think we all like that.

Of course they did. Harbutt can’t win a big game. He’s 1-4 against his 2 biggest rivals, 0-3 at home. See ya With the Colts next year Jim

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Nicely done before 4th quarter by hometown Gator Nation..Football get your Class back  

  

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Pretty cool

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4 hours ago, Browns149 said:

Of course they did. Harbutt can’t win a big game. He’s 1-4 against his 2 biggest rivals, 0-3 at home. See ya With the Colts next year Jim

He's not going to the Colts....

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Just now, MLD Woody said:

He's not going to the Colts....

Why would he being the highest paid coach in all NCAA land besides college is cool.......even in the state of Michigan.  ;)

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9 hours ago, MLD Woody said:

He's not going to the Colts....

Of course he is. I’ve been saying it since he took the wishagin job

 

NFL will give him more money and COMPLETE control.

 

Hello Andrew Luck, and welcome home Indianapolis 

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From SB NATION 

https://www.sbnation.com/college-football/2017/5/2/15515544/nick-saban-11-million-salary-highest-paid-sports-coach-2017

Alabama head coach Nick Saban just became one of the highest-paid coaches in all of sports, thanks to a contract extension signing bonus that was approved by the school on Tuesday. The new deal, first reported by USA Today, brings his 2017 salary to $11.125 million.

In 2014, Saban signed an eight-year extension that paid him $6.9 million a year. Saban’s deal also features a $4 million contract signing bonus for this season, which also extends his deal to eight years, and it’ll give him $65 million through 2025.

Saban’s salary is now the highest in college football by more than a couple million — Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh took the highest-paid spot with his $9 million salary, part of which included a life insurance policy.

But the Tide head coach’s new deal now gives him one of the highest salaries in all of sports, not just college football. He makes more than San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich’s $11 million, Bill Belichick’s $7.5 million a year with New England, and the San Francisco Giants’ Bruce Bochy’s $6 million annual salary.

Saban will still make less than some soccer managers — Manchester City’s Pep Guardiola makes more than $16 million per year. But being the highest-paid coach in every American sports isn’t too shabby.

The 2014 extension that gave him $6.9 million was already high. It made him more money thanwhat Sun Belt and MAC head coaches made combined, and it was bigger Los Angeles manager Mike Scioscia’s $5,000,000 salary........

WHY GO TO THE NFL IF YOU'RE ALREADY THERE IN PAY AND A BETTER JOB?

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1 hour ago, Browns149 said:

Of course he is. I’ve been saying it since he took the wishagin job

 

NFL will give him more money and COMPLETE control.

 

Hello Andrew Luck, and welcome home Indianapolis 

 

You  really don't know what you're talking about. But there's nothing I can say to correct you. That's alright, it is what it is. 

He isn't leaving anytime soon. But feel free to be wrong

 

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13 hours ago, MLD Woody said:

 

You  really don't know what you're talking about. But there's nothing I can say to correct you. That's alright, it is what it is. 

He isn't leaving anytime soon. But feel free to be wrong

 

Harbaugh is kind of an ADD guy....so, his leaving may not have anything to do with anything other than him being itchy.

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21 hours ago, The Gipper said:

Harbaugh is kind of an ADD guy....so, his leaving may not have anything to do with anything other than him being itchy.

....

 

There's a very clear upward trajectory in his moves.

 

 

We do this whole song and dance every year , and it seems you learn nothing every time. 

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MORE ON BIG MONEY IN COLLEGE, for full article see:

https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ncaaf/sec/2017/05/02/nick-saban-alabama-contract-extension/101191514/

The $11.125 million that Saban is set to receive for this season will be, by far, the greatest amount paid to a college athletics coach since USA TODAY Sports began tracking the compensation of football and men's basketball coaches in 2006. It also likely makes him one of the nation's most highly paid public employees -- if not the highest-paid.

Duke men's basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski was credited with nearly $9.7 million in total compensation the 2011 calendar year, including bonuses and the value of all perks, according to the school's federal tax returns, although $775,000 of that amount was deferred compensation that had been reported on prior years' returns.

Within higher-education, there is perhaps one comparable situation to Saban's — that of former Yale president Richard Levin. In 2015, when the school released its federal tax return that included pay data for the 2013 calendar year, Levin was listed as having received a total of more than $9.6 million. Just over $8.5 million of that was in the form of a special lump-sum retirement payment after his 20 years in the job ended June 30, 2013.

If Alabama fires Saban without cause, it would owe him a buyout of as much as four years' worth of his base salary and the "talent fee" that is consideration for various TV/radio and endorsement rights -- a total of $26.9 million.

It was the first time the school had altered Saban’s agreement since 2014, when an amendment gave him an eight-year contract that pays him just over $6.9 million each season.

At that time the deal made Saban the nation’s highest-paid public school football coach. Since then he has been surpassed by Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh, who is set to make $7 million this season and $7.5 million for the 2018 season. (Harbaugh made $9 million for the 2016 season, but that was because he drew an extra $2 million deferred compensation payment.).......CONTINUED IN LINK..........

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On 10/10/2017 at 9:34 AM, MLD Woody said:

....

 

There's a very clear upward trajectory in his moves.

 

 

We do this whole song and dance every year , and it seems you learn nothing every time. 

Every year?  Harbaugh has only been coach there for what? 2 years?  

And lets see a raise of hands who think that going from the 49ers to Michigan is an "upward trajectory" move?    I suggest not a single hand other than yours would be raised around here.  Is he getting more money and control? Perhaps.  That does not mean it is a more prestigious gig. It is NOT. 

And the person who learns nothing is you.  Here are a couple of things you need to learn:

A. Michigan is an inferior football program to Ohio State.

B. Michigan is an inferior state to Ohio.

C. Harbaugh is  freak, so assuming you know what he is going to do simply makes an butt out of u. 

Memorize this list.

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