Ohio State To Reduce Scholarships

Ohio State University will reduce its football scholarships by five over the next three years as part of the university’s latest self-imposed punishment it hopes will satisfy NCAA investigators weighing how to respond to the school’s football scandals, according to the Associated Press. The university previously announced it will repay the $338,811 it received for playing in the Sugar Bowl, a 31-26 victory over Arkansas, along with vacating the 2010 season including the Sugar Bowl win and going on two years of NCAA probation.

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2011-12 Season Preview: Nebraska

Our season previews continue in reverse order of projected finish. Penn State, Iowa, and Northwestern have been covered. We now move on to the newest member of the Big Ten, the Nebraska Cornhuskers.

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Big Ten Blast: Penn State Update

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Big Ten Blast: Nov. 10, 2011 Afternoon Update

Mike Hall reports an update on Penn State’s Board of Trustees asking interim head football coach Tom Bradley to keep assistant coach Mike McQueary off the field during Saturday’s game. Hall also has an update regarding Ohio State’s NCAA investigation. Watch it now in this post. Also, read  a statement posted today from Interim Penn State President Rodney Erickson.

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MSU vs. UNC: See the aircraft carrier hoops court

We already know Michigan State will wear camouflage basketball uniforms against North Carolina on Veterans Day. But here’s a really cool photo of the court on the deck of the USS Carl Vinson. Magic Johnson, a Michigan State alum, and James Worthy, a North Carolina alum, will serve as honorary captains for their alma maters at the game. Read the full AP story here. And the “Daily Edition” on MSUSpartans.com offers up a glimpse of the trip in the latest installment of “Michigan State All-Access.”

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Recapping the latest from Penn State

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Tom Bradley Press Conference

The announcement that Penn State assistant coach Tom Bradley is now the interim head coach of the Penn State football team is the latest in a whirlwind of events swirling around Penn State University. Late Wednesday night the Penn State Board of Trustees announced that Joe Paterno and Graham Spanier had been fired, a stunning development that brought reaction from players and came on the heels of the news that the 84-year-old Paterno had hoped to remain and retire at the end of the season. Our TV crew on Big Ten Football & Beyond covered it all Wednesday night.

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Gimme 5 audio interview: Purdue's Drey Mingo

Throughout the season the “Gimme 5″ audio segment will spend about five minutes with Big Ten Conference women’s basketball players with compelling stories or interesting backgrounds or who are making news on the court. The interviews are hosted by analyst Patricia Babcock McGraw, a former basketball player at Northwestern and now sports reporter at The Daily Herald. This week our analyst spoke with Purdue’s Drey Mingo (full bio at PurdueSports.com).

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Read Osborne's statement on Saturday's game

Here’s the full text of a statement released by Nebraska Athletic Director Tom Osborne regarding the Huskers’ upcoming game at Penn State on Saturday: “I am saddened to learn of the recent events at Penn State and we will continue to monitor the developments on their campus. We will hold the alleged victims and all those involved in our thoughts and prayers.”

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