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Sports Betting in Big Ten Country

There is big news coming to the upcoming 2022-23 Big Ten football season (and NFL season). Ohio online sports betting and Maryland sports betting are on the way.

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The long wait for a 2020 season is finally extinct with Illinois and Wisconsin kicking off the B1G season Friday night! The SEC, ACC, and Big 12 may have gotten a head start on the B1G, but expect a number of teams around the conference to make an early case to jump up the various rankings across the country.

Barring any significant issues with COVID-19, B1G teams will play nine games in nine straight weekends, and it all gets started this evening. Be sure to check out all broadcast times and crews for your team’s game this weekend, courtesy of Eye on Sky and Air Sports:

Friday, Oct. 23

  • 8 pm EST – Illinois at Wisconsin, BTN: Brandon Gaudin, James Laurinaitis, Rick Pizzo

Saturday, Oct. 24

  • 12 pm EST – Nebraska at Ohio State, FOX: Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt, Jenny Taft; Touchdown Radio (Radio.com): Brett Dolan, Lamar Thomas
  • 12 pm EST – Rutgers at Michigan State, BTN: Lisa Byington, Matt Millen, Elise Menaker
  • 3:30 pm EST – Penn State at Indiana, FS1: Aaron Goldsmith, Mark Helfrich
  • 3:30 pm EST – Iowa at Purdue, BTN: Cory Provous, Anthony Herron, Coley Harvey
  • 7:30 pm EST – Michigan at Minnesota, ABC, ESPN3: Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Maria Taylor
  • 7:30 pm EST – Maryland at Northwestern, BTN: Chris Vosters, J Leman, Olivia Dekker