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5:00 PMPenn at MarylandWatch
7:00 PMWisconsin at Michigan St.Watch
7:00 PMIllinois at PurdueWatch
7:00 PMNorthwestern at Ohio St.Watch
7:00 PMIowa at RutgersWatch
7:30 PMB1G ChampionshipWatch
Thursday Feb 22
12:00 PMB1G ChampionshipWatch
6:30 PMB1G ChampionshipWatch

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Big Ten links: Badgers at Lambeau, Gaelin Elmore tattoo & more

Wisconsin practiced at Green Bay over the weekend in anticipation of playing in the historic venue this fall vs. LSU on Sept. 3. How cool is this? *** Gaelin Elmore was so touched by Jerry Kill’s emotional resignation news conference in October that the Gophers’ junior defensive end added a tattoo of what Kill said. Ink on Elmore’s left forearm reads, “Count on your health instead of your wealth. Count on GOD instead of yourself.” With the initials “J.K.R.K” for Jerry and his wife, Rebecca Kill, beneath it. “He was a really influential guy in my life and career,” Elmore

Dienhart: Four observations from Michigan's spring game

Year Two under Jim Harbaugh gained more momentum with the spring game on Friday. And, excitement continues to grow coming off a 10-win debut for Harbaugh. But questions loom for a Michigan program that is looking for its first Big Ten title since 2004. Here are four observations. 1. It looks like Wilton Speight—yes, Wilton Speight—has emerged as the leader in the quarterback race to replace Jake Rudock. The 6-6 Speight engineered two TD drives to lead his squad to victory in the spring game. The sophomore hit 5-of-6 passes for 46 yards with a scoring toss to star tight

Jay Johnson Q&A: 'This is a really neat place'

Change is brewing in the air at Minnesota. The Tracy Claeys era has begun, and he quickly put his stamp on things by shaking up the staff.

Josh Whitman Q&A: 'We want to ignite and inspire our fan base'

New Illinois A.D. Josh Whitman is a lot of things. He’s smart, engaging and hard-working. He also is a man of action. To wit: On his first day on the job, he fired Bill Cubit and within a few days, he was introducing Lovie Smith as his new coach.

Big Ten links: Ohio Stadium renovations, Lovie impact & more

Ohio Stadium already is a palatial venue. And the iconic stadium is about to become more palatial. As part of a $42 million Ohio Stadium renovation that will remove 2,600 seats in B-deck and convert that seating area into new loge boxes, Ohio Stadium’s capacity starting with the 2018 season will dwindle to 102,854 fans. *** This should jack up Michigan State fans: A spring football photo gallery. *** Speaking of Michigan State, how could Illinois’ hiring of Lovie Smith hurt the Spartans? Well, MSU has made a habit of invading the Land of Lincoln for talent. But, it may

Dienhart: Lovie Smith, Illinois excited about opportunity

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Lovie Smith speaks in calm, even tones. Each word seemingly measured and given thought before being uttered. Tuesday was a big day for the freshly minted Illinois coach as he introduced his new staff, a collection of football minds that is tasked with trying to make the Illini relevant. Smith knows what’s on the line. He knows why he’s here: Illinois football is broken. And, Smith needs to fix it. “Are the players excited?” Smith asked. “Absolutely. “They want show what they can do for their new coaches. New eyes have no bias.” The work begins April