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Today
2:00 PMPittsburgh at Penn St.Watch
3:00 PMC. Michigan at IllinoisWatch
7:30 PMWisconsin at MichiganWatch
8:00 PMIowa St. at IowaWatch
9:00 PMSIUE at NorthwesternWatch
Tomorrow
1:00 PMN. Iowa at WisconsinWatch
1:00 PMN. Carolina Central at PurdueWatch
2:00 PMCanisius at Ohio St.Watch

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Urban Meyer tweets photo of Ohio Stadium expansion

Like several other stadiums across the nation, Ohio Stadium has undergone several renovations since the the 2013 season. Last month, the team added new field turf and unveiled renderings of a new locker room. The one fans will notice the most is nearing completion, and that’s the addition of approximately 2,600 seats to the south end zone. [ MORE: Maryland adds B1G logo to field | Rutgers, too ] The new seats almost close off the stadium’s iconic Horseshoe, but they also push capacity close to 105,000, which moves it ahead of Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium for third largest in the

Phil Steele's 2014 Preseason All-Big Ten Team

Rejoice, Big Ten football fans. Phil Steele has released his much-anticipated 2014 Preseason All-Big Ten Team. Steele compiles four teams on offense and defense, two more than the official All-Big Ten teams released at the end of the year. See who made Steele’s preseason teams in this post. Here’s his All-America team, too. [ MORE: Need a Father’s Day present? Here’s a great idea! ] First reaction: Big Ten newbies Maryland and Rutgers add some quality top-end talent, what with three first-teamers and one second-teamer. Most players: 6 – Ohio State, Northwestern Biggest surprise: Kyle Prater, a second-team receiver. Look,

Need a Father's Day present? Two words: LEGO stadium

If any Michigan and Nebraska football fans are looking for a Father’s Day present — and you happen to have $400 or $1,200 burning a hole in your wallet — there’s a gift that is certain to impress every Wolverine and Husker dad. It’s on Etsy, and it’s an incredible replica of Michigan Stadium and Memorial Stadium, made entirely out of LEGOS. The replicas come in two sizes: 15×15 inches ($400) and 30×30 inches ($1,200). Want to buy one? Visit the Etsy.com page. [ MORE: Phil Steele releases his 2014 Preseason All-Big Ten Team ] h/t: LostLettermen.com Here’s Michigan Stadium:

Photo: PSU fan gets Beaver Stadium groom's cake

Penn State fans will love the groom’s cake a Nittany Lion fan had at his wedding last Saturday. It was a replica of Beaver Stadium, and the scoreboard (speaking of which, look at the team’s new video board) displayed the date: 5-31-14. Check out the cake in this post. Looks like Beaver Stadium, doesn’t it? Yes, it is missing the S Zone, but whatever. Every seat is full, too, much to new coach James Franklin’s approval. Probably nitpicking here, but I would have asked for a White Out. There aren’t many more picturesque sights than a White Out at Beaver

Purdue to put student photos on helmet vs. Iowa

Hey, Purdue fans, want to see your face on the Purdue helmet this year? You can make it happen. Really. Purdue announced Wednesday that students who buy a VIP card (PDF) by June 10 will have their face featured in a collage inside the “P” logo for the “Social Media Game” on Sept. 27 vs. Iowa. [ MORE: Check out our uniform-centric Clothes Call section ] This is a creative idea, one that can only increase student ticket sales and student interest. It’s a win-win. Only question is, will other teams copy the idea? Or, maybe, do the same with

More impressive: Peppers' speed, Bosa's backflip?

It’s no shock to learn that Big Ten athletes are physically gifted. We see it throughout the seasons, especially on fall Saturdays. But, sometimes, it’s what they do off the gridiron that makes us realize just how impressive these guys are. Michigan incoming freshman Jabrill Peppers and Ohio State rising sophomore Joey Bosa are the latest examples. The former impressed with his breakaway speed at a state track meet, and the latter flat-out showed off with a two-year-old clip of him doing a backflip in the weight room. Watch both below, and tell us which one is the most impressive

Video: Ohio State's Joey Bosa nails standing backflip

Remember Braylon Edwards’ standing backflip following Michigan’s 2004 win over Minnesota? It was impressive. Edwards went on to do an “easier” flip in the NFL. It’s one thing for a receiver to do a backflip, but it’s a completely different thing when a defensive lineman does it. In a J.J. Watt-esque gym video, Ohio State’s Joey Bosa made a standing backflip look way too easy. Update: the video is from two years ago but was just posted. [ MORE: Video: Michigan’s Jabrill Peppers shows off incredible speed ] Here’s the video of Bosa making you look even less athletic than

Video: Jabrill Peppers wows in 100-meter dash

If any Michigan fan wasn’t head-over-heels excited about heralded recruit Jabrill Peppers, the video of the defensive back’s speedy 100-meter dash at last Friday’s state meet should do it. Peppers, a five-star recruit out of New Jersey, used his incredible breakaway speed to defend his crown, with a time of 10.52 seconds. Watch Peppers’ speed in this post. [ MORE: Ever see a DE do a standing backflip? Check out Joey Bosa! ] You don’t even have to be a Michigan fan to enjoy this speed. Plain and simple, it’s easy to see why Michigan fans are so excited about

NFL.com: Raheem Mostert, college's fastest player

Forget about the fastest player in the Big Ten, NFL.com’s Bryan Fischer ranked Purdue speedster Raheem Mostert as the nation’s fastest player. So much for the narrative that the Big Ten has no speed, huh? Regardless of conference affiliation, Mostert can fly. He’s shown his speed on the football field (see video above), but he’s done most of his damage in track and field. [ MORE: NFL.com: 14 for ’14: Fastest players in college football ] The only other Big Ten player on Fischer’s 14-player list: Ohio State WR Curtis Samuel, at No. 11. Here’s what Fischer said about the

Video: Wildcats get fancy in uniform feature

Northwestern has no shortage of uniform combinations. Under Armour revamped the team’s look prior to the 2012 season, and last year it introduced an all-white design. There’s countless helmets to go along with the three different jerseys and pants (white, black and purple). Basically, there’s no telling what Northwestern will wear from one Saturday to the next. Players love it. And, most importantly, recruits love it. Based on the Northwestern YouTube video above, we may see some new combinations in 2014. In the video, linebacker Collin Ellis says, “We’ve never done this before,” while wearing a black top and white