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The Replacements: Top 5 Rutgers players to replace

The rebuilding project rolls on at Rutgers. Janarion Grant will be back for the Scarlet Knights, but these five outgoing players need replacing in Year 2 under Chris Ash.

Survey: Who would you pick to take a last-second shot?

The clock is winding down. You want the ball in one player's hands. Which Big Ten player would you choose? We asked a handful of Big Ten media members for their choice.

The Replacements: Top 5 Purdue players to replace

The 2016 season was another one to forget in West Lafayette. The school brass has turned to former Western Kentucky coach Jeff Brohm to attempt to reverse Purdue’s fortunes. Brohm will have to do so without these five key players.

The Replacements: Top Five Ohio State players to replace

The Buckeyes had a Big Ten-high six players declare for the NFL draft, a year after OSU saw a national-high nine players leave Columbus early. So, it goes without saying, Ohio State must move forward without some key players.

Purdue faces critical stretch in race for Big Ten title

It begins tonight with a game at Michigan State, a desperate team that is 4-3 in the Big Ten (12-8 overall) and has lost three of its last four games. That’s followed by a trip to Nebraska, a visit from Northwestern, and games at Maryland and at Indiana.

Big Ten Whiteboard: Caleb Swanigan, Purdue's trip to Michigan State will be fun

The Big Ten race is gaining a sharper focus, with Maryland Wisconsin moving out ahead of the pack. But keep an eye on Purdue and Northwestern—yes, Northwestern, which looks primed to earn its first NCAA bid. And Indiana looks like it’s finding its stride, too.