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Big Ten links: CFP committee openings, Brady Hoke & more

There are four open seats on the College Football Playoff committee. And former Michigan coach Lloyd Carr is up for one of them. *** Kevin Wilson has done a lot of good things at Indiana. But, he has been unable to fix the defense. But, he’s trying. The latest move has him bidding “bye-bye” to coordinator Brian Knorr after two years and bringing in Tom Allen from South Florida to run the defense. The challenges facing Rutgers athletic department are many for new A.D. Patrick Hobbs. Just when does he think the department will turn a profit? NJ.com says the

BTN LiveBIG: Working to save lives from cervical cancer

January is National Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. According to the National Cancer Institute, last year this terrible disease caused more than 4,000 deaths in the U.S., and nearly 13,000 new cases emerged. Fortunately, the institutions of the Big Ten Cancer Research Consortium invest time, energy and resources into fighting this avoidable and treatable malady in this country and around the world. Here’s a look at some of the important work happening at Big Ten universities. Wisconsin Because of advanced detection and surgical techniques, cervical cancer is often treatable in the U.S. But developing countries like Bangladesh, it’s commonly among the

Here's how ex-Big Ten names fared in NFL divisional playoff games

The AFC and NFC championship games are set, and it will be New England at Denver and Arizona at Carolina, respectively. Check out how former Big Ten names performed in NFL divisional playoff action Saturday and Sunday below. Editor’s note: Stats are from foxsports.com box scores. ILLINOIS Jeff Allen, OL, Kansas City Chiefs – No stats Tavon Wilson, DB, New England Patriots – No stats INDIANA Cody Latimer, WR, Denver Broncos – 2 rec., 18 yards IOWA Bryan Bulaga, T, Green Bay Packers – No stats Scott Chandler, TE, New England Patriots – No stats Mike Daniels, DT, Green Bay

Tom’s Take: Honors, stock watch, top performers, notes & quotes

It was a big week for Iowa, which solidified its status as the team to beat in the Big Ten with a rousing triumph at No. 4 Michigan State on Thursday and a victory over a hot Michigan club on Sunday. [ MORE: Follow @BTNJonCrispin | Polls | Standings | Stats | Scores ] And keep an eye on Indiana, which has won 10 in a row, and is tied with Iowa atop the Big Ten standings after the first three weeks of conference play. Biggest surprise: Nebraska. How about those Cornhuskers? After opening Big Ten play with losses to Northwestern,

Watch: Wisconsin edges Michigan State, 77-76, in wild finish

Ethan Happ scored underneath the basket with 10 seconds left and Wisconsin beat No. 4 Michigan State 77-76 on Sunday. The Spartans had a final chance to win but Denzel Valentine missed a 3-pointer and Matt Costello's last-second side jumper bounced off the rim.

Who lands on your Purdue men's basketball Mt. Rushmore?

Who gets your vote for the best player in Purdue basketball history? We came up with a list of 12 Boilermaker greats, and now it’s your job to rank them! Read each player’s bio below, then scroll down and rank them, 1-12, via our SurveyMonkey poll. You can only submit your list once, so make sure you get it right. The top results of this fan survey will be announced on TV’s “BTN Live” in February. We’re rolling out a survey per school throughout the coming weeks. Chad Austin, 1995-98: Two-time First-team All-Big Ten selection (1997-98). Member of Purdue’s 1995

BTN LiveBIG: Big Ten students bring their 'A' game to national startup tournament

College basketball is in full swing, and in just a few weeks, we’ll be talking about seeds, bubbles and Cinderellas. But there’s another tournament that kicks off sooner: Student Startup Madness (SSM). This tournament features 64 startup “teams” created by students from 38 public and private colleges and universities across the country. And the Big Ten is well represented in this competition with 18 teams, more than a quarter of the total. As with men’s basketball, Michigan State is particularly strong, with 12 teams, the most of any university. The first two rounds of the “SSM64” will be held online,

Ex-Michigan coach Brady Hoke new defensive coordinator at Oregon

(AP) Former Michigan head coach Brady Hoke joined Oregon’s staff Saturday as defensive coordinator. Hoke replaces Don Pellum, who was defensive coordinator for two seasons and has returned to coaching linebackers for the Ducks. Hoke coached the Wolverines for four seasons from 2011-14, going 31-20. He was the Maxwell Football Club national coach of the year in 2011. “We are extremely excited to welcome coach Hoke to the Oregon family,” Ducks coach Mark Helfrich said in a statement. “He’s passionate, knowledgeable and tough, and has an outstanding track record of success from a defensive standpoint.” Under Hoke, Michigan’s defense went

Jess Settles: 5 reasons why 5-0 Indiana is a contender

With its 70-63 win at Minnesota on Saturday afternoon, Indiana guaranteed itself a piece of first place in the Big Ten following three weeks of conference play. The Hoosiers are 5-0, and there seems to be much debate about whether they are for real. Here are five reasons they could be for real: 1. The favorable schedule. Look, we knew entering Big Ten play that Indiana received one of the most favorable draws. The 5-0 start has come against teams with a combined 8-20 conference clip, and here is Indiana’s upcoming schedule, before hosting Iowa and traveling to Michigan State