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Purdue's Otis Armstrong gets Hall of Fame nod

Former Purdue running back Otis Armstrong was one of 14 players inducted into the 2012 College Football Hall of Fame class. Armstrong shined for the Boilermakers from 1970-72, running for 3,315 yards and 17 touchdowns, to go along with 389 yards and five touchdowns through the air. Armstrong still holds the Purdue record for rushing attempts (670) and ranks second in career rushing yards. See the entire 2012 Hall of Fame class in this post.

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Nebraska adds Texas Tech transfer Terran Petteway

Nebraska basketball coach Tim Miles announced Tuesday that Terran Petteway has transferred to the Huskers. Petteway, who spent the 2011-12 season at Texas Tech University, will have three years of eligibility beginning with the 2013-14 season.

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Analyzing Penn State's 2012 Schedule

Penn State's Silas Redd

Bill O'Brien - Gerry DiNardo Conversation Part 1

In my latest Big Ten schedule analysis post, I take a look at the Penn State Nittany Lions, which are under the direction of a new coach for the first time since 1966. What will be Penn State’s toughest non-conference and conference games? Where is the schedule seemingly easiest, and then when does it get really rugged? Go ahead and guess which game I call their “must win” game, then read the rest of this post and see what I picked.

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Tuesday's Links: Big Ten Talks Over Playoff

Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany and league athletic directors will meet today in Chicago to discuss a playoff, our colleague Teddy Greenstein from the Chicago Tribune writes. A four-team playoff appears imminent. But issues need to ironed out before a playoff can begin with the 2014 season. Chief among them: 1. How to pick the teams. 2. Where to play the games. In this post I look at that story and some others, including a few bowl tidbits in Tuesday’s Big Ten links (full archive here). Football news and lovely weather. Isn’t life good?

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4 B1G teams make Rowing Championships

Big Ten champion Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State and Wisconsin were selected to the 2012 NCAA Division I Rowing Championships, the NCAA Rowing Committee announced on Tuesday. The championships will be held May 25-27 at Lake Mercer in West Windsor, N.J.

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Dienhart: Ranking 2012's Big Ten Running Backs

Wisconsin's Monte Ball

Montee Ball Interview - Wisconsin Spring Football Game

Is there a conference with a better collection of running backs than the Big Ten? Maybe not. The group instantly became one of the best in the nation when Wisconsin’s Montee Ball announced he would return for his senior season. Add it all up, and 12 of last season’s top 13 rushers are back. The only departure: Iowa’s Marcus Coker, who transferred to FCS Stony Brook after ranking No. 2 in the Big Ten in rushing with 1,384 yards in 2012.

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