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Big Ten Football Bowl projections, college football playoff picks

The Big Ten have a rich, rich history in historic bowl games, and we expect it will continue to do so in 2020. Here at Buckeyes Wire we stick to tradition and give you a glimpse of where we believe all teams at the conference will end up when the season’s dust settles. We re-evaluate the games and projects after …

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Wisconsin vs. Illinois Score: Graham Mertz has breakout performance as the No. 14 Badgers Roll in Big Ten Opener Roll

A year after losing a 13-point lead in the second half to Illinois last season with a breathtaking defeat, Wisconsin secured No. 14 with a 45-7 win over the Fighting Illinois on Friday night in their first Big Ten soccer game Revenge of the Season in a convincing way. Led by an almost perfect performance by Redshirt newcomer quarterback Graham …

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The “humble” voice of the Big Ten Covid Mayor is concerned as Conference College Football kicks off this weekend

The Big Ten say they are ready to play football this weekend, but mayors of the university towns where these teams are based have “humbly” asked the conference to address their concerns about Covid-19 before kick-off. “We know the history of soccer games in our cities,” the mayors wrote this week in an open letter to the Big Ten Conference, …

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“Ten one-billionths of cosmic history” – Homo species of the past could not survive the intense climate change (weekend feature)

Posted on Oct 17, 2020 in Climate Change, Evolution, Science The human experience with our light blue dot “took less than 10 billionths of cosmic history, surrounded by a huge lifeless space, but we humans congratulate ourselves,” says Peter Brannen, author of Ends of the world on the current human domination, recently dubbed the Anthropocene – the 1950s atomic era …

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Scientists generate the quietest semiconductor quantum bits of all time – ten times less noise than before

Artist’s impression of an atomic qubit in silicon that is protected from charge noise caused by imperfections in the material environment. Photo credit: Tony Melov A team led by Professor Michelle Simmons, Australian of the Year 2018, has taken another important step in the development of a silicon quantum computer. Researchers at UNSW Sydney have demonstrated the lowest noise level …

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The state of Ohio meets Nebraska as part of the Big Ten launch on October 24th

National title contender Ohio State opened their home season against Nebraska on October 24th, the Big Ten announced on Saturday. Other first week games include Michigan in Minnesota, Penn State in Indiana, Iowa in Purdue, Illinois in Wisconsin, Rutgers in Michigan State and Maryland in Northwestern. Each team will try to play eight games in eight weeks, with no margin …

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Skull Session: Antigen Testing is a game changer for the Big Ten, Dwayne Haskins is deliciously trolling Michigan, and NCAA is giving players a day off to vote

Football is back, which means Mark Pantoni must find a new reason to exist online. Just wondering at what point does @markpantoni stop doing that – Kristin (@KristinPantoni) September 16, 2020 When your wife blows up your social media presence habits, you know you need to make a change. Already there, Mark. Was there. Word of the day: Extol. THE …

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