Web links: Is Saban right about OSU?

The SEC meetings are going on. So, you know some juicy stuff is going to come out. Well, here’s some: Alabama’s Nick Saban was asked how Ohio State would have fared in the SEC last season, when the league had six teams—Alabama, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Texas A&M, South Carolina–in the top 11 of the final BCS standings before bowl season. How many of those teams would the 12-0 Buckeyes have beaten, Nick?

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Dienhart: Which Big Ten team tops our RB ratings?

November 24, 2012; University Park, PA, USA;Wisconsin Badgers running back Melvin Gordon (25) catches a pass on the way to a 57 yard touchdown in the first quarter against the Penn State Nittany Lions at Beaver Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-US PRESSWIRE

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The Big Ten lost its top two rushers in Michigan State’s Le’Veon Bell and Wisconsin’s Montee Ball. And Nebraska standout Rex Burkhead also is gone. But most of the conference’s other top running backs are back. Here is how I rank the Big Ten running back units, and it’s my latest look at how the various football teams units stack up by position. Read the others right here. Agree? Disagree? Tell me in the comments below, email me about here, or track me down on Twitter (@BTNTomDienhart).

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Web links: Hazell's making the right moves

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Darrell Hazell-Gerry DiNardo Conversation

So far, so good for new Purdue coach Darrell Hazell. He’s still 0-0. Optimism bubbles. The honeymoon continues. Purdue A.D. Morgan Burke seems very pleased with his hire. In fact, he thinks Hazell has answered every key question up to this point. I’m not gonna argue with that. Hazell has impressed. He also has built a good staff and energized the players. This is my first link in today’s daily Big Ten headlines.

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Hoosiers, Illini make NCAA tourney

Illinois and Indiana were selected to the 2013 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship. The Hoosiers earned the Big Ten’s automatic bid after winning the conference tournament and are a No. 1 seed, hosting Regional play in Bloomington, Ind. Illinois earned an at-large selection and are the No. 3 seed in the Nashville Regional, marking the second straight season that two Big Ten teams have been selected to the field. Check out the full interactive bracket at NCAA.com.

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Nebraska tops Oregon, makes first WCWS since 2002

It’s official: Nebraska is headed to its first Women’s College World Series since 2002. The 14th-seeded Huskers went into Eugene, Ore., and took two of three from No. 3 seed Oregon in the Eugene Super Regional to advance to Oklahoma City. Nebraska, which won Game 1 on Saturday, lost Game 2 in 11 innings Sunday afternoon before winning the decisive Game 3. Read Huskers.com recap.

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