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RE: Big Ten Rivalries
(09-27-2017 05:04 PM)GE and MTS Wrote:  
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(09-26-2017 09:21 PM)GE and MTS Wrote:  What are all the rivalries in the Big Ten? How many are for all sports and how many are for a single sport? Big or small, one-sided or not, I am just looking for some history of the conference. 04-cheers

This would be a good start.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Bi...alry_games

Believe it or not, those "trophies" mean something.

Despite having a trophy, Penn State-Minnesota isn't a rivalry. The same can be said about Penn State-Michigan State for the most part. That's why a list like that isn't great and it doesn't show how many times they've played.

I actually disagree on that, because even though Penn State hasn’t really embraced it as a rivalry (Penn St vs Mich St), Mich State fans really look forward to this game after Michigan, of course. It’s kinda like Arkansas-LSU to me.
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RE: Big Ten Rivalries
As a buckeye fan of course I cherish Ohio State-Michigan game every year. I also love when the Buckeyes and Penn State play, that game means a lot to both teams. Also, I really see Maryland upping their game, I believe they will be a player in the east soon. Terps and Nittany Lions could become great in future years.

West- Man, just a bunch if old school football programs, run, power football. Love Iowa-Nebraska, Nebraska-Wisconsin, Iowa-wisconsin, Nebraska-northwestern, Minnesota-iowa etc... Lots of great matchups in the West. Some are long rivals and others are growing into such.

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RE: Big Ten Rivalries
(10-02-2017 06:25 AM)mikeinsec127 Wrote:  
(09-30-2017 08:46 AM)TerpsNPhoenix Wrote:  
(09-30-2017 07:20 AM)ohio1317 Wrote:  When they were discussing divisional alignment after inviting Rutgers, someone at mgoblue submitted this and I thought it was a good reflection at the time for football. Basically, the black lines were rivalries that are huge for a school. The blue ones are ones that were important to play and will be missed when not played. The green ones were ones were trophies exist and/or there is some rivalry aspects and which would be good to play every year, but are not necessary.

[Image: big-ten-rivalries_0.jpg]

Nebraska, Maryland, and Rutgers have slowly been integrated since then. I would draw a green line between Nebraska and Wisconsin and probably Rutgers and Maryland.

From a personal standpoint with football, I love the Illinois game as it is our only trophy game and once (long ago) was even a season ending game. We played them every year until the conference expanded to 11. The Wisconsin game has been the one that has probably had me most nervous over the years. The Penn State game is probably the closest one to a 2nd rivalry though due to proximity, divisional alignment, etc

Now if we my personal order for Ohio State rivalries are the following for basketball:
1. Michigan (regardless of sport they are big).
2. Wisconsin (not sure how Ohio State fans would rank on the whole, but I got into it the sport with them seeming to always be a big game).

That is a good representation of the rivalries. I would agree with putting the green line between UMD & RU for football. If basketball is taken into account I'd add a green line from UMD to MSU.

On a semi-related note. I feel like the Big Ten has done a really good job integrating Maryland and making them feel welcome. I think they've learned a lot since bringing PSU aboard.

At the end of the day, I think RU/Md will become a bigger rivalry than either will have with State Penn.

Doubt it, Rutgers fans are out for blood when they face State Penn. They are the new (1990s) Syracuse for us, the fans are douchebags and delusional (not about the quality of their team but of their own past), and they have been stealing our state's top talents (until the day when Schiano started taking over both NJ and NY in the 2000s). Maryland has been like UConn for us, mired in the same mediocrity and occasionally rising above us but usually not in the end. Ohio State is our new West Virginia, a rival without the hatred, and hopefully we can eventually have epic showdowns with them.
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RE: Big Ten Rivalries
As a Spartan I think it is fair to say that every Spartan wants our arch rival and little sister Michigan to lose every game in every sport for eternity. Sparty also has a long standing great respectful rivalry with Notre Dame. I think of the Buckeyes as a lesser rivalry and brother's in hatred of all things wolverine.

On the basketball front i think that Wisconsin and Indiana are rivals. I think Michigan State also considers blue bloods Duke, North Carolina and Kentucky to be rivals that we would someday like to be regularly competitive with.

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Basketball rivals are tougher. Michigan is a rival in every sport. Indiana would have been answered for years. A lot would say Michigan State. To me personally, I think of Wisconsin as huge as they were very good when I was getting into things and a big competitor. Because of geography/histort, i think Michigan State and Indiana probably get claim to being next biggest after Michigan.
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Fox Cat fans Illinois and WIsky are the 2 most fiercest for football with Iowa moving up fast. It was the Iowa beating NU mercilessly when Hayden Fry was HC that riled up Cat fans and now I cherish every win over the Hawkeyes as much a win over the Illinois or Badgers. [/php]
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RE: Big Ten Rivalries
(01-12-2018 04:49 PM)AntiG Wrote:  
(10-02-2017 06:25 AM)mikeinsec127 Wrote:  
(09-30-2017 08:46 AM)TerpsNPhoenix Wrote:  
(09-30-2017 07:20 AM)ohio1317 Wrote:  When they were discussing divisional alignment after inviting Rutgers, someone at mgoblue submitted this and I thought it was a good reflection at the time for football. Basically, the black lines were rivalries that are huge for a school. The blue ones are ones that were important to play and will be missed when not played. The green ones were ones were trophies exist and/or there is some rivalry aspects and which would be good to play every year, but are not necessary.

[Image: big-ten-rivalries_0.jpg]

Nebraska, Maryland, and Rutgers have slowly been integrated since then. I would draw a green line between Nebraska and Wisconsin and probably Rutgers and Maryland.

From a personal standpoint with football, I love the Illinois game as it is our only trophy game and once (long ago) was even a season ending game. We played them every year until the conference expanded to 11. The Wisconsin game has been the one that has probably had me most nervous over the years. The Penn State game is probably the closest one to a 2nd rivalry though due to proximity, divisional alignment, etc

Now if we my personal order for Ohio State rivalries are the following for basketball:
1. Michigan (regardless of sport they are big).
2. Wisconsin (not sure how Ohio State fans would rank on the whole, but I got into it the sport with them seeming to always be a big game).

That is a good representation of the rivalries. I would agree with putting the green line between UMD & RU for football. If basketball is taken into account I'd add a green line from UMD to MSU.

On a semi-related note. I feel like the Big Ten has done a really good job integrating Maryland and making them feel welcome. I think they've learned a lot since bringing PSU aboard.

At the end of the day, I think RU/Md will become a bigger rivalry than either will have with State Penn.

Doubt it, Rutgers fans are out for blood when they face State Penn. They are the new (1990s) Syracuse for us, the fans are douchebags and delusional (not about the quality of their team but of their own past), and they have been stealing our state's top talents (until the day when Schiano started taking over both NJ and NY in the 2000s). Maryland has been like UConn for us, mired in the same mediocrity and occasionally rising above us but usually not in the end. Ohio State is our new West Virginia, a rival without the hatred, and hopefully we can eventually have epic showdowns with them.

We need a win against PSU sometime this century though. 1988 was a long time ago.
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RE: Big Ten Rivalries
(01-18-2018 12:55 PM)megadrone Wrote:  
(01-12-2018 04:49 PM)AntiG Wrote:  
(10-02-2017 06:25 AM)mikeinsec127 Wrote:  
(09-30-2017 08:46 AM)TerpsNPhoenix Wrote:  
(09-30-2017 07:20 AM)ohio1317 Wrote:  When they were discussing divisional alignment after inviting Rutgers, someone at mgoblue submitted this and I thought it was a good reflection at the time for football. Basically, the black lines were rivalries that are huge for a school. The blue ones are ones that were important to play and will be missed when not played. The green ones were ones were trophies exist and/or there is some rivalry aspects and which would be good to play every year, but are not necessary.

[Image: big-ten-rivalries_0.jpg]

Nebraska, Maryland, and Rutgers have slowly been integrated since then. I would draw a green line between Nebraska and Wisconsin and probably Rutgers and Maryland.

From a personal standpoint with football, I love the Illinois game as it is our only trophy game and once (long ago) was even a season ending game. We played them every year until the conference expanded to 11. The Wisconsin game has been the one that has probably had me most nervous over the years. The Penn State game is probably the closest one to a 2nd rivalry though due to proximity, divisional alignment, etc

Now if we my personal order for Ohio State rivalries are the following for basketball:
1. Michigan (regardless of sport they are big).
2. Wisconsin (not sure how Ohio State fans would rank on the whole, but I got into it the sport with them seeming to always be a big game).

That is a good representation of the rivalries. I would agree with putting the green line between UMD & RU for football. If basketball is taken into account I'd add a green line from UMD to MSU.

On a semi-related note. I feel like the Big Ten has done a really good job integrating Maryland and making them feel welcome. I think they've learned a lot since bringing PSU aboard.

At the end of the day, I think RU/Md will become a bigger rivalry than either will have with State Penn.

Doubt it, Rutgers fans are out for blood when they face State Penn. They are the new (1990s) Syracuse for us, the fans are douchebags and delusional (not about the quality of their team but of their own past), and they have been stealing our state's top talents (until the day when Schiano started taking over both NJ and NY in the 2000s). Maryland has been like UConn for us, mired in the same mediocrity and occasionally rising above us but usually not in the end. Ohio State is our new West Virginia, a rival without the hatred, and hopefully we can eventually have epic showdowns with them.

We need a win against PSU sometime this century though. 1988 was a long time ago.

Yeah well, we had our chance and blew it a couple years ago... destroying Hackenberg all day and then letting him come back on us was embarrassing.
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RE: Big Ten Rivalries
(01-12-2018 04:03 AM)DawgNBama Wrote:  
(09-27-2017 05:04 PM)GE and MTS Wrote:  
(09-27-2017 08:08 AM)BadgerMJ Wrote:  
(09-26-2017 09:21 PM)GE and MTS Wrote:  What are all the rivalries in the Big Ten? How many are for all sports and how many are for a single sport? Big or small, one-sided or not, I am just looking for some history of the conference. 04-cheers

This would be a good start.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Bi...alry_games

Believe it or not, those "trophies" mean something.

Despite having a trophy, Penn State-Minnesota isn't a rivalry. The same can be said about Penn State-Michigan State for the most part. That's why a list like that isn't great and it doesn't show how many times they've played.

I actually disagree on that, because even though Penn State hasn’t really embraced it as a rivalry (Penn St vs Mich St), Mich State fans really look forward to this game after Michigan, of course. It’s kinda like Arkansas-LSU to me.

Can a Michigan State fan fact-check this? I don't follow their rivals but I always thought that it was Michigan first, then it was Wisconsin, Ohio State, or others excluding non-conference rivals such as Notre Dame.
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RE: Big Ten Rivalries
(01-20-2018 11:46 AM)GE and MTS Wrote:  
(01-12-2018 04:03 AM)DawgNBama Wrote:  
(09-27-2017 05:04 PM)GE and MTS Wrote:  
(09-27-2017 08:08 AM)BadgerMJ Wrote:  
(09-26-2017 09:21 PM)GE and MTS Wrote:  What are all the rivalries in the Big Ten? How many are for all sports and how many are for a single sport? Big or small, one-sided or not, I am just looking for some history of the conference. 04-cheers

This would be a good start.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Bi...alry_games

Believe it or not, those "trophies" mean something.

Despite having a trophy, Penn State-Minnesota isn't a rivalry. The same can be said about Penn State-Michigan State for the most part. That's why a list like that isn't great and it doesn't show how many times they've played.

I actually disagree on that, because even though Penn State hasn’t really embraced it as a rivalry (Penn St vs Mich St), Mich State fans really look forward to this game after Michigan, of course. It’s kinda like Arkansas-LSU to me.

Can a Michigan State fan fact-check this? I don't follow their rivals but I always thought that it was Michigan first, then it was Wisconsin, Ohio State, or others excluding non-conference rivals such as Notre Dame.

From my point of view the Penn State game is not all that. Yes it is important, but i don't think of them as some great rival.
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