The Big Ten has multiple teams in the Final Four for the eighth time, the most of any conference. Tom Dienhart takes a look back at the previous seven times inside.
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It’s Jim Harbaugh’s world, and we’re all just living in it. More proof: Harbaugh finishes fourth in Michigan’s recent student government president election, based entirely on write-in votes.
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Two Big Ten players were named to the 2014-15 AP All-America team, it was announced Monday morning.
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Ezekiel Elliott produced one of the finest postseasons we’ll ever see en route to helping lead Ohio State to the inaugural College Football Playoff national title.
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How did Michigan State students celebrate the Spartans Final Four berth? By throwing bagels into the air. Seriously. Check out video of the celebration inside.
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Big Monday for the Big Ten. When commish Jim Delany went to bed last night, his league had two Final Four teams for the first time since 2005. (This after Ohio State won the football national title.)
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(AP) The expectation was placed on Holly Warlick the moment she was named as Pat Summitt’s successor at Tennessee.
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