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Photos: New Ohio State locker room includes waterwall

Nowadays, if teams aren’t routinely improving their facilities, they’re falling behind other teams. Ohio State fans will be happy to know the Buckeyes are doing everything to stay ahead of the game. Thursday, the Buckeyes unveiled their new football turf; Friday, it was the renderings of its new “state-of-the-art” locker room, which includes a “waterwall.” This is what the Ohio State locker room WILL look like. #waterwall pic.twitter.com/1ujAITfW0Q — Ryan Ginn (@RyanGinnBSB) May 16, 2014 A rendering of the other side of the Ohio State locker room. #waterwall pic.twitter.com/Hv3TepNcDt — Ryan Ginn (@RyanGinnBSB) May 16, 2014 Ohio State's locker room

NBA team asked Nik Stauskas laughable money question

What’s the strangest, most ridiculous question you’ve been asked on a job interview? Former Michigan star and 2014 Big Ten Player of the Year Nik Stauskas was asked a laughable one while meeting with a future employer at the NBA draft combine. Let’s just say, the Minnesota Timberwolves were interested in Stauskas’ rudimentary math skills. See the question in this post. [ MORE: Get updates from the 2014 NBA Draft Combine ] Stauskas was asked by Minnesota how many pennies are in a million dollars. Did he get it right? "Of course. One hundred million." — Brendan F. Quinn (@BFQuinn)

Photo: New PSU video board has huge Nittany Lion logo

Here’s a safe prediction: Penn State football fans will be eying the Beaver Stadium scoreboard far more often this fall. That’s because the team is adding a new LED scoreboard, part of a $10 million project, that is expected to be ready for the season opener. The video board also includes a ridiculously large Nittany Lion logo that includes LED lights. See a picture of it in this post. [ MORE: See renderings of the new Beaver Stadium scoreboard ] Another look at the installment of Happy Valley's version of the Bat Signal. pic.twitter.com/tBotmCidXr — Penn State Football (@PennStateFball) May

Photo: Cincinnati honors Zach Farmer vs. Ohio State

Sometimes, rivalries take a backseat to reality. That was evident at the Cincinnati-Ohio State baseball game Tuesday, as the Bearcats added No. 11 patches to the right sleeve of their jersey. The patch honors Ohio State freshman pitcher Zach Farmer, who was diagnosed with myeloid leukemia late last month and will miss the rest of the season. See a picture of the patch in this post. [ MORE: Find out if you’re a bone-marrow match for Zach Farmer ] Today we are wearing patches to honor @OhioState_BASE's Zach Farmer who was diagnosed with leukemia. #ZF11 pic.twitter.com/KQZdd3dLVz — UC Bearcats Baseball

Video: Vitto Brown shows off singing voice - again

If basketball doesn’t work out for Wisconsin’s Vitto Brown, he can fall back on his musical talents. Brown is a talented singer. We saw it with his fabulous rendition of the National Anthem before the team’s Red-White Scrimmage, again when he and family members sang vs. Indiana, and at the 2014 Buckingham Awards. Brown’s at it again. This time, the rising sophomore is singing Billy Joel’s “Just the Way You Are” with Fundamentally Sound, an award-winning group from Madison. Watch Brown’s latest work: What. A. Voice. About Brent Yarina BTN.com senior editor Brent Yarina covers football and men’s basketball for

Photos: B1G first-round picks visit NFL teams

The Big Ten’s four first-round NFL draft picks all visited their new teams Friday. Taylor Lewan, Ryan Shazier, Darqueze Dennard and Bradley Roby visited with team brass, toured team facilities and met the media. Get a look at the players’ first trips to their new homes in this post. [ MORE: Four ex-Big Ten players taken in first round of NFL draft ] No. 11: Michigan’s Taylor Lewan (Tennessee) Photo shoot! A post shared by Tennessee Titans (@titans) on May 9, 2014 at 1:38pm PDT .@TaylorLewan77 in the building for the first time as a Titan. #TitansDraft #TitanUp https://t.co/7afhrYl73a —

Looking ahead to 2015 draft? There's a mock for that

The first round of the NFL draft was Thursday night, so, to little surprise, the 2015 mock drafts have hit the internet. Lostlettermen.com posted its 2015 NFL Draft Big Board, and the site pegs five Big Ten players for the first round. Defensive ends Randy Gregory (Nebraska) and Shilique Calhoun (Michigan State) headline the Big Ten at No. 4 and No. 7, respectively. [ MORE: Tom Dienhart’s best available Big Ten players ] Also listed: Maryland WR Stefon Diggs (12); Iowa OL Brandon Scherff (27); Michigan State CB Trae Waynes (32). Here’s what lostlettermen.com says about the Big Ten players:

Joe Kerridge's mom taunts him about Clowney hit

College football fans need not be reminded of Jadeveon Clowney’s helmet-dislodging hit on Michigan’s Vincent Smith in the 2013 Outback Bowl. People still talk about the hit – even Michigan fullback Joe Kerridge’s mother. You see, after Taylor Lewan was drafted No. 11 in the NFL draft on Thursday night, Kerridge’s mom texted Joe. [ MORE: Video: Shane Morris catches his own “Hail Mary” ] The initial text was about Lewan being drafted. The second one? It had to with the hit and whether Kerridge missed his assignment. See for yourself below: Even my mom doubts me about @clownejd sack…

SI.com: Gordon, Miller Heisman 'frontrunners'

While everyone is focused on the NFL draft, SI.com’s Zac Ellis is thinking about the Heisman Trophy. Yes, in early May. Ellis released his post-spring 2014 Heisman Watch on Monday, and he spotlights a handful of Big Ten stars. Ohio State QB Braxton Miller and Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon pace the Big Ten candidates as “The Frontrunners.” See all five players Ellis lists in the Heisman equation in this post. [ MORE: SI.com: 2014 Heisman Watch: An early look at potential field ] Here’s a look at Ellis’ complete list: Plenty of Big Ten love here; in fact, it’s a

Photo: Maryland adds B1G logo at Byrd Stadium

When Maryland held its spring game last month, the ACC logo was fading on the turf at Byrd Stadium. With the calendar flipped to May and the school set to become an official Big Ten member on July 1, the team decided it was time to get rid of the old logo and add the required B1G logo. See a shot of Byrd Stadium in this post. [ MORE: Rutgers adds B1G logos to field | And to football jersey ] Fresh close up #B1GDreams pic.twitter.com/LoiCzay4CY — Travis Manger (@TravisManger) May 5, 2014 116 Days Until JMU… #MarylandPride pic.twitter.com/kdeJlJrj7N —