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Dustin Schutte

College Football/Basketball Writer

Location icon United States of America

I currently provide college football content for Saturday Blitz, part of the FanSided Sports Network. My primary focus is covering the Big Ten Conference.
On Friday and Saturday nights, I provide play-by-play coverage of high school football and boys basketball for Walton Webcasting (
Any writing or broadcasting samples can be provided at request.
Email: [email protected]

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Indiana Was Robbed of ESPN College Gameday - Today's U

It's not too often that Indiana's football program warrants much attention. One winning season in the past 19 years, no bowl wins since 1991 and an overall record of 58-111 since 2000 doesn't merit much respect in the world of college football. Right now, though, things are different in Bloomington.

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Purdue vs Marshall is Most Crucial For Hazell - Today's U

Two years ago, Darrell Hazell declared his first rendezvous as head coach at Purdue, an opening week road trip to Cincinnati, was "a critical game for our program." Purdue fell to the Bearcats 42-7 on that August, Saturday afternoon, putting up little resistance against a more disciplined, talented and polished Cincinnati squad.

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Illinois Shows Progress With Recruiting Class - Today's "U"

With an upset victory over Minnesota, two-straight wins to close out the regular season and a bowl berth for the first time since 2011, Illinois head coach Tim Beckman was able to salvage his least for the moment.

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Northwestern Spring Game: Thorson Favorite at QB-Today's U

Redshirted in his first season at Northwestern, quarterback Clayton Thorson stood on the sidelines and watched as the Wildcats offense stalled repeatedly throughout 2014. The offense hindered the Wildcats' success a season ago, ranking 78 th in the passing game, 103 rd on the ground and scoring enough points to finish 101 st in the country.

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Kill Has Changed the Expectations at Minnesota - Today's U

For several major college football programs, a pair of eight-win seasons is nothing worth writing home about. In some pigskin-centric cultures, failing to reach the 10-win mark or tackle a conference championship is a crime punishable by guillotine. Just ask former Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini, who won no fewer than nine games in each ...

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Big Ten's 10 Must-Watch Games in 2015 - Today's "U"

As Ohio State raised the College Football Playoff's National Championship Trophy at the end of the 2014 college football season, it proved that the Buckeyes had returned as a national powerhouse and that the Big Ten Conference wasn't a pushover.

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Foltz, Pierson-El Biggest X-Factors for Nebraska - Today's U

It's hard to validate any reasoning that would claim that punter Sam Foltz and return man De'Mornay Pierson-El are the two most vital pieces to Nebraska's success in the upcoming season. Stressing the importance of flawless special teams play on a weekly occurrence is one thing, leaning on a pair of specialists to help a team win games is another.

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Rutgers Spring Game - Offense Shows Progress - Today's U

Chris Laviano made the most of his opportunity on the biggest stage. In Rutgers' spring game held on Friday night, the sophomore who's seen limited action put together an impressive outing, completing eight of his 10 passes for 140 yards and two touchdowns.

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Offensive Line Holds Key to Success for Penn State -Today's U

2015 Outlook: With so many playmakers on offense and a stellar defense it's hard not to think James Franklin has his team primed for a breakout year in 2015. Christian Hackenberg is hoping to regain his confidence and breakthrough as one of the conference's top quarterbacks while running back Akeel Lynch would be a great asset to a running game that was virtually irrelevant last year.


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