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Latest Big Ten QB buzz includes Buckeyes' timeline to name a starter

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Urban Meyer wants to name a starting quarterback by the middle of Ohio State’s training camp (pssst, Ohio State’s spring game is on BTN/BTN2Go Saturday). And there’s a QB battle at Rutgers, too. And where dopes Jake Rudock fit in at Michigan? We take a spin around Friday’s Big Ten headlines.

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Randy Edsall Q&A: 'Our guys have a lot of confidence'

Iowa at Maryland

Three TDs in Maryland's spring game? Yup!

Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

Maryland enjoyed a successful Big Ten debut in 2014, going 7-6 overall and 4-4 in conference play. That allowed the Terps to finish in third place in the uber-tough East Division highlighted by roads victories at Penn State and at Michigan. Now, it’s time to keep developing.

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Dienhart: Check out Ohio State's 10-year NFL draft snapshot

Ryan Shazier

Remember this Ryan Shazier clutch play?

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Prolific. There is no other way to describe Ohio State’s performance in the last 10 NFL drafts. It’s a proverbial football factory in Columbus. But, I think we already had an inkling of that.

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Big Ten links: Spartans football feel 'game ready' & more Friday news

Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports

Happy Friday! In today’s Big Ten links, Mark Dantonio feels his football team is ready to play now. Plus, we found five great questions about Michigan’s basketball team. Braxton Miller won’t get in trouble for that Instagram photo. And a few other football teams are focused on improving specific team units. Let’s get to the links.

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Dienhart: Check out Michigan State's 10-year NFL draft snapshot

Michigan State's Kirk Cousins

Michigan State fans will never forget 'Rocket'

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Michigan State has been one of the Big Ten’s top programs in recent years, winning 11 or more games four times in the last five seasons. But the NFL draft doesn’t reflect that success.

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