LINCOLN, NE – OCTOBER 14: Defensive lineman Nick Bosa #97 of the Ohio State Buckeyes rushes offensive lineman Brenden Jaimes #76 of the Nebraska Cornhuskers* of the Nebraska Cornhuskers at Memorial Stadium on October 14, 2017 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)The Big Ten conference will be featured in six games in week five — all games being played on Saturday Sep. 28. Five of the games are between conference opponents. The remaining game will be a non-conference match-up.The biggest game of week five within the Big Ten conference is No. 6 Ohio State versus Nebraska. The Cornhuskers haven’t played all that well to start out the season. But hosting the Buckeyes will give Nebraska a chance to make a statement.No. 11 Michigan hosts Rutgers just one week after traveling to 13th ranked Wisconsin. Meanwhile, the Badgers host Northwestern. Other conference games include Indiana-Michigan State and Minnesota-Purdue.No. 18 Iowa plays Middle Tennessee at Iowa City in the lone non-conference match-up. Here’s the full rundown of all the games:Middle Tennessee at No. 18 Iowa – Noon ET on ESPN2Northwestern at No. 13 Wisconsin – Noon ET on ABCRutgers at No. 11 Michigan – Noon ET on BTNIndiana at Michigan State – 3:30 PM ET on BTNMinnesota at Purdue – 3:30 PM ET on ESPN or ESPN2No. 6 Ohio State at Nebraska – 7:30 PM ET on ABCEveryone enjoy Saturday’s night game?Let’s do it [email protected] vs. Ohio State: 6:30pm, ABC.— Nebraska Huskers (@Huskers) September 16, 2019As the full conference slate begins for most teams, standings will start to reflect who the real contenders are. Week five will be crucial for teams aiming to reach the Big Ten conference championship.
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