2010 Big Ten Football Schedules Posted

By Kevin Kelley -

Big Ten Football SchedulesThe 2010 Big Ten football schedules and tickets have been posted. The season begins on Thursday, September 2 when Ohio State hosts Marshall, Indiana hosts Towson and Minnesota travels to face Middle Tennessee.

Some of the prominent non-conference games include Illinois vs. Missouri (at St. Louis, MO), Akron at Indiana,  Iowa at Arizona, Michigan at Notre Dame, Notre Dame at Michigan State, Miami (FL) at Ohio State, USC at Minnesota, Northwestern at Vanderbilt, Penn State at Alabama, Purdue at Notre Dame and Arizona State at Wisconsin.

Listed below are direct links to the 2010 Big Ten Conference football schedules and tickets:

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4 Comments to 2010 Big Ten Football Schedules Posted

  1. Predder said....

    Showdown of the year: Ohio State @ Iowa, November 20th. Why isn’t this conference having no byes, like they used to? Here are my predictions:
    Iowa 8-0 12-0
    Ohio st. 7-1 11-1
    Wisconsin 6-2 10-2
    Penn St 6-2 9-3
    N’Westrn 5-3 9-3
    Minnesota 3-5 6-6
    Mich St. 3-5 7-5
    Purdue 3-5 7-5
    Michigan 2-6 6-6
    Indiana 1-7 5-7
    Illinois. 0-8 1-11

    April 6, 2010 at 9:54 pm
  2. Predder said....

    Why is Akron @ Indiana considered a prominent non-conference game? Also weren’t these schedules already on this site?

    April 7, 2010 at 12:05 am
    • Kevin (Admin) said....

      I list a “prominent” non-conference game for each team. There wasn’t one for Indiana so I listed Akron.

      Yes, the schedules were already on the site. But I realized that I hadn’t posted an article for the Big Ten schedules or the Big 12. I also haven’t done an SEC one yet because technically they aren’t “official” yet (conference is still looking at altering Alabama’s schedule, possibly others).

      Since FBSchedules.com doesn’t have a message board (maybe in the future?), I post these articles so that users have a place to discuss them in the comments. I also make individual posts for each team’s schedule for the same reason. It gives fans of that particular team a place to discuss the schedule.

      April 7, 2010 at 12:40 pm
  3. Predder said....

    Oh, Okay.

    April 8, 2010 at 12:34 am