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Minnesota accepts resignation of AD Norwood Teague

The University of Minnesota announced Friday morning that it has accepted the resignation of athletics director Norwood Teague. Teague, 48, was hired in April 2012, replacing Joel Maturi; he hired men’s basketball coach Richard Pitino and women’s basketball coach Marlene Stollings, among other hires. Teague came to Minnesota from VCU, where he spent six seasons and hired Shaka Smart, now the head coach at Texas. Minnesota president Eric W. Kaler held a press conference Friday afternoon to address the resignation. Watch his opening remarks in the video above. Friday morning, Teague filmed this statement. Here’s a quick look at Minnesota’s

BTN LiveBIG: 'Bionic' Maryland grad has the heart of a competitor

Navin Kumar grew up idolizing the character Steve Austin on TV’s “The Six Million Dollar Man.” Played by Lee Majors when the show first aired in the 1970s, Austin possessed traits that a young Kumar envisioned himself having one day. He wanted to be bionic. “I was a huge fan of the show, and I wished I could have mechanical and electrical stuff inside me,” he said. Now, Kumar, a 1997 graduate of the University of Maryland (B.S., computer science) has gotten his wish and then some. At the age of 41, Kumar proudly wears the nickname “Bionic Man” in

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Tom Dienhart's top Big Ten East coach hires the last 40 years

Wednesday, I took a look at the best hires in the last 40 years at schools in the Big Ten West. Today, I do the same for the Big Ten East. INDIANA Bill Mallory. The farther we get from his tenure, the greater it looks. Mallory had all the flash of a pair of wing tips, a do-the-right-thing throw-back coach who forged the Hoosiers into a strong program built around a physical offense and honest-to-goodness defense. He went 68-77-3 (39-65-1 in the Big Ten) from 1984-1996 with six bowls after arriving from Northern Illinois to replace Sam Wyche—who was in

Watch this Ohio State football 'Zone 6' hype video

Our good friend Mekka Don is at it again! This time, the former OSU football player-turned-rapper released a new hype video titled "Zone 6," in honor of the Buckeyes' wide receivers.

Photo: Look at this young fan's face at Nebraska Fan Day

Nebraska hosted its much-anticipated annual Fan Day on Wednesday night at Memorial Stadium. Thousands of Nebraska fans attended the event, and, as is the case every year, there were several cool moments captured. Like, the expression on the face of the young boy in the picture above. Think he was excited to be at Fan Day and to be getting another autograph? There was also the fan who had Mike Riley sign an Oregon State Mike Riley bobblehead. And another fan who traveled 760 miles to attend the event. Get all of the best from Nebraska’s Fan Day at @HuskerFBNation,

Big Ten links: AAC future, Nebraska football wins & much more

This is an interesting piece from Yahoo! on the AAC, which hopes to one day join arms with the Power Five conferences. Good luck with that. Even UCF coach George O’Leary has his doubts. “We can do that (pay cost of attendance) for a couple of years,” UCF coach George O’Leary said. ”We obviously can’t sustain. When you are not getting a $35 million check, it’s hard to have that cost of attendance and keep up with everything.” *** Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio visited ESPN yesterday for a “car wash.” And, time and again, he was peppered with questions