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The third and final day of the 2015 NFL Draft was a big one for the Big Ten on Saturday. Twenty players were selected in Rounds 4-7, giving the Big Ten a total of 35 draftees. See all of the picks inside.
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Put it in the history books! Johns Hopkins defeated Ohio State 13-6 on Saturday night en route to winning the first-ever Big Ten men’s lacrosse tournament.
Junior attackman Ryan Brown is a flat-out star on the lacrosse field.
With its 9-1 victory over Penn State on Saturday afternoon, the Michigan softball team (47-6, 20-2 Big Ten) clinched at least a share of the Big Ten Championship and the No. 1 seed in the upcoming Big Ten Tournament. The Wolverines secure the 19th conference championship in program history and eighth consecutive title.
This shouldn’t be the last time you see Alec Olund’s diving catch from Saturday afternoon.
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The drought is over. Brandon Scherff was selected No. 5 by the Washington Redskins in the 2015 NFL Draft on Thursday night, ending the Big Ten’s streak of no top 10 picks since 2008.