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Big Ten Conference Releases 2014 Football Schedules

By Eric Dutkiewicz

Big Ten Conference Releases 2014 Football Schedules

May 16, 2013 Updated Oct 30, 2013 at 5:33 AM EST

PARK RIDGE, Ill. (www.incnow.tv) - The Big Ten Conference announced the 2014 football schedule Tuesday, giving a glimpse at a new league with the addition of the University of Maryland and Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey next year.

Indiana University will be in the East Division, and play divisional games against Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Penn State and Rutgers. IU's first game is against Maryland, which will be the Terrapins' first game in the conference.

Indiana - East Division
Sept. 13: Bye
Sept. 27: vs. Maryland*
Oct. 11: at Iowa
Oct. 18: vs. Michigan State*
Oct. 25: Bye
Nov. 1: at Michigan*
Nov. 8: at Penn State*
Nov. 15: at Rutgers*
Nov. 22: at Ohio State*
Nov. 29: vs. Purdue
Dec. 6: Big Ten Championship
* divisional game

Purdue University will play in the West Division with divisional games against Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota, Nebraska, Northwestern and Wisconsin.

Purdue - West Division
Sept. 13: Bye
Sept. 27: vs. Iowa*
Oct. 4: at Illinois*
Oct. 11: vs. Michigan State
Oct. 18: at Minnesota*
Oct. 25: Bye
Nov. 1: at Nebraska*
Nov. 8: vs. Wisconsin*
Nov. 15: Bye
Nov. 22: vs. Northwestern*
Nov. 29: at Indiana
Dec. 6: Big Ten Championship
* divisional game

For all other teams, go here. The winners of both divisions will play for the Big Ten Championship on Dec. 6, 2014.




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