The upcoming Week 2 slate of Big Ten games features two big rivalry matchups in Ohio State-Penn State and Michigan-Michigan State.

As for Week 3, the sex appeal just isn’t quite there. However, there are some games that will have some importance when it comes to the division crowns. On Monday, the Big Ten announced kickoff times and broadcast information for the seven Big Ten matchups.

The Big Ten Network is carrying the load for the majority of the day. It starts with Nebraska at Northwestern followed by Maryland vs. Penn State and Minnesota at Illinois. The nightcap features Rutgers traveling to Columbus to take on Ohio State.

For the first time since starting, the Big Ten will not be featured in ABC’s Saturday Night Football. The only conference matchup on ABC that day will be Purdue at Wisconsin at 3:30 p.m. ET.

As for the other nationally televised games, both come in the early slate of games as Michigan takes on Indiana on FS1 and Michigan State heads to Iowa City. That game will be on ESPN.