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I am trying to pick a home game to go to this fall, and I enjoy the atmosphere at the night games. I think PSU and MSU will be night games but both are away games. I would think Nebraska, but that is also a homecoming game with the stands full of blue hairs which may mean an early start. But I also don't know if Cal/Purdue garner enough interest to be placed on prime time. I may be SOL this year
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Any night games will need to be played before November 1st assuming the B1G has not changed its By-laws -- or whatever was creating rule.
I doubt there will be more than 3 night games total for the season and see them stacking up as:
Oct 6 Home vs. Nebraska Probably an ESPN - featured game complete with Herbie, Fowler and crew. I see this as a lock for a night game.
Other two are up for grabs: without knowing what else is slated or in the mix:
I could see at Sparty on Sept 29 - although that means two night games in a row
At PSU on October 27 final night game of the year
One of the "lesser" games either an OOC game against Central FLA or Cal just to spark interest; doubt it though; Home vs. Purdue perhaps
I just see a night game to pull some ratings for the BTN or ESPN 2 when there are few alternatives
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