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BTN analysts react to testimony Joe Paterno knew of abuse in 1976

New court documents unsealed Tuesday in a Philadelphia court indicate former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno ignored complaints of a sexual assault committed by Jerry Sandusky in 1976. [ MORE: AP: JoePa ignored ’76 Sandusky complaint | Read PSU president’s release  ] Paterno, who died in early 2012, had said that the first inkling he had that Sandusky might be abusing children occurred in 2001, two years after the defensive coordinator left Penn State. We asked BTN analysts for their reaction to today’s news, which you can read below. Gerry DiNardo “It’s hard to imagine that this scandal could

PSU president addresses newly unsealed court documents

Tuesday, Penn State president Eric Barron shared a message with the Penn State community regarding the release of information by the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas that includes formerly sealed testimony by alleged victims of Jerry Sandusky. [ MORE: Read full Penn State response at pennstate.edu ] Here is Barron’s full message: Today, information is being released by the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas related to a lawsuit between Penn State and its insurer, Pennsylvania Manufacturers Association. For its part, the University does not plan to provide additional comment on these matters, as this information has largely already been covered

Big Ten NBA names react to Tim Duncan's retirement

Tim Duncan played 19 seasons, won five NBA titles, and never missed the postseason. The all-time NBA great officially called it a career Monday. See how former Big Ten stars reacted to the news inside.

Clothes Call: Ranking the top 10 Big Ten football uniforms

Uniform rankings are a summer staple. It makes sense. After all, people love uniforms, plus it seems like no two fans feel the same way about a design. Check out Brent Yarina's top 10 Big Ten football uniforms inside.

Dienhart: Ranking the Big Ten's top 10 offensive linemen

Football is won in the trenches. Without a good line, an offense has little chance for success—no matter how many five-star running backs are on the roster. [ MORE: Top 7 quarterbacks | Top 10 wide receivers | Top 10 running backs | Full unit rankings ] And no one in the Big Ten is better at getting a push than Ohio State’s Pat Elflein. He heads my list of the top 10 offensive linemen in the Big Ten. 1. Pat Elflein, G, Ohio State, Sr. He eschewed a chance to turn pro to be the anchor of a rebuilt

How the Big Ten spends its summer vacation: BTN LiveBIG

When it comes to the Big Ten, summer is less about kicking back on the beach and more about giving back. Athletes, coaches and alums from schools like Minnesota, Ohio State, Purdue and Rutgers often spend the summer teaching youth campers how to replicate the skills they’ve learned over the years. In other cases, Big Ten schools let their work off the field make the difference as they teach kids to hone their conflict resolution skills or go to work in communities wracked by crime and income inequality. For these men and women, living BIG expands on the concept of teamwork and creates an

Watch Big Ten specialists entertain on social media

It’s the middle of the summer, and college football camps are still a few weeks away. That doesn’t mean there’s no excitement on the gridiron, though. Several Big Ten specialists are keeping us entertained with creative trick shot videos that, to the surprise of no one, have gone viral. Specialists are a special breed, aren’t they? One thing’s for sure: These guys will help carry on the tradition of delighting fans on Twitter that Michigan State punter Mike Sadler (@Sadler_3) and Minnesota punter Peter Mortell (@PMortell1) helped start. Watch some of the latest ones below. Rolling the leg over at