The Big Ten Network released their primetime schedule for B1G football and it is...interesting. The list:
Saturday, September 13th:
7:00PM CT: Penn State @ Rutgers.
Saturday, September 27th:
5:00PM CT: Cincinnati @ Ohio State.
8:00PM CT: Illinois @ Nebraska
Saturday, October 4th:
5:00PM CT: Michigan @ Rutgers
Saturday, October 18th:
6:30PM CT: Nebraska @ Northwestern
Saturday, November 15th:
7:00PM CT: Michigan State @ Maryland
So, Rutgers plays in two night games and there's a second night game scheduled in November. Also, Illinois will play in two primetime games (they already have one scheduled on ABC/ESPN). Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Purdue and Wisconsin have a total of ZERO night games which seems odd considering Wisconsin has seemingly played in 3-4 high profile match-ups in the past two or three seasons.*
On the opposite side of the spectrum is Ohio State and Nebraska who both play in FOUR night games.
Five national championships, amirite?
* - To clarify I was talking about conference games.