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Before he takes the field for every football game, Penn State wide receiver DaeSean Hamilton taps the “DKH” tattoo on his left bicep five times. Why? BTN.com’s Sean Merriman explains in this story about the special bond of one brotherhood.
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The list of players invited to this year’s NBA Draft Combine has officially been released and a total of 12 former Big Ten standouts appear on the 63-man list. Indiana’s Yogi Ferrell is also listed as an alternate.
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Jim Harbaugh’s debut was a smashing success. He inherited a 5-7 team from Brady Hoke and turned it into a 10-3 squad that punctuated the season with a domination of Florida in the Citrus Bowl.
Chris Ash arrived at Rutgers from Ohio State and immediately went to work to build up the Scarlet Knights program. With spring football behind him, he talked with BTN.com’s Tom Dienhart about the challenges ahead. “We are at the bottom of the Big Ten looking up,” Ash said. “We are on ‘The Hunt.'”
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A quarterback gets hurt at Ohio State. Michigan is planning satellite camps on a rival’s turf. Also, a cautionary tale about sports and social media. Catch up with Friday’s Big Ten news digest.
For Paul and Stephanie Jarrett, there’s no such thing as “too close to home.” The Nebraska natives both graduated from the University of Nebraska, which was also where they met. Now, this husband-and-wife duo runs their own company just two blocks from the Lincoln campus.
The 2016 Big Ten Men’s Lacrosse semifinals kicked off Thursday evening on BTN. Connor Kelly scored a career-high four goals and Matt Rambo added three goals and two assists to lead the Terrapins to an impressive 16-9 win over Penn State in the first game. Adam Charalambides scored five goals as No. 2 Rutgers defeated No. 3 Johns Hopkins 14-12 in the second semifinal.