Big Ten Geeks: Wolverines Win in the Barn

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Thursday brought conference openers for the four Big Ten teams that didn’t get going on New Year’s Eve. One game was a laugher, and one was a barn burner. Let’s dive right in.

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10 Big Ten stories to read on Friday

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Wisconsin at Northwestern - Men's Basketball Highlights

Time for today’s top Big Ten stories. Let’s start in cold and snowy Wisconsin, where the end to the Badgers’ football season has sent a chill down the spins of many fans. Wisconsin ended the season with consecutive losses to Penn State and South Carolina, as a season with BCS promise melted into a disappointing finish. Does a 9-4 record and bowl loss equal a successful season for Wisconsin?

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Big Ten Mailbag: Fans sound off on bowl games

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Sights and Sound - B1G Bowl Games

The New Year is here. And, what better way to kick it off than by answering some of your question in a mail bag. Warning: This is college football bowl-heavy content as fans critique their team’s performances as well as a few of my latest posts.

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B1G roundup: Badgers, Wolverines win

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Top Plays - Wisconsin at Northwestern

The first two Big Ten men’s basketball games of 2014 are in the books. Minnesota and Michigan battled until the Wolverines won 63-60. Jon Horford scored 14 points and grabbed nine rebounds to help Michigan withstand another loss of one of its star players and beat Minnesota 63-60 on Thursday night.

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Dienhart: What kind of coach fits at Penn State?

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Penn State Announces Departure of Bill O'Brien - Full Press Conference

Penn State made it official today: Bill O’Brien is leaving after two seasons. Now, the search is on for his replacement, which was a point of today’s press conference by Penn State athletic director Dave Joyner.

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Frank Kaminsky Q&A: Meet B1G's most improved player

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All 43 Points by Frank Kaminsky

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Has there been a bigger surprise player in the Big Ten than Wisconsin’s Frank Kaminsky? Of course not. The 7-0, 234-pound junior has been a revelation. He always possessed a sweet shot, but Kaminsky has expanded his game to become a better-rounded player. He’s able to put the ball on the floor and has become a better rebounder.

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