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Twitter: A look at how Big Ten football coaches' accounts stack up

Twitter fan or not, it’s hard not to be impressed with Jim Harbaugh’s incredible success on the social media platform. The new Michigan coach, hired on Dec. 30, 2014, recently became the owner of the most followed account among Big Ten football coaches, a title previously held by rival Urban Meyer (283,246). Think about that for a second: In six-plus months, Harbaugh has garnered 286,512 followers, an average of 1,476 followers per day since his first tweet Jan. 2. That, in a word, is impressive. With a new name in the No. 1 spot, I thought it would be fun

Tonight on BTN/BTN2Go: Wisconsin's 2015 Final Four win over Kentucky

At 8 p.m. ET tonight on BTN/BTN2Go, we will replay Wisconsin’s incredible 71-64 win over top-seeded Kentucky in the 2015 Final Four. This will be remembered as the game that ruined the Wildcats’ pursuit of a perfect season. It will also be remembered as the game that Frank Kaminsky helped lead the Badgers to their first national championship appearance in 74 years. Kaminsky scored a game-high 20 points and added 11 rebounds while leading Wisconsin to arguably the biggest win in program history. Here is a breakdown of Wisconsin’s memorable Final Four win. Top moment: Sam Dekker hit a go-ahead

See our favorite Big Ten-themed fantasy football team names

Fantasy football leagues are open – yes, already – with kickoff just about two months away. So, you have plenty of time to sign up, not to mention to come up with a creative name that gets the attention of your friends/league members. We did this before basketball season last year, and now it’s time to do it for football. Here are two fantasy team names for every Big Ten team: ILLINOIS Dudek, Where’s My Car? Lunt Trauma INDIANA Dominique Booth Ferry Simmie’s Corn on the Cobbs IOWA Three & Ott Ferentzic Science (h/t @chfortfun) MARYLAND Skid Rowe Un-Likely Explanation

Did Braxton Miller consider leaving Ohio State? 'Nah, I'm a Buckeye, man'

Braxton Miller put an end to the never-ending rumors late last week, announcing he will return to Ohio State for his final season of eligibility. [ MORE: Who should start for Ohio State? We asked several writers ] A graduate student, Miller could have transferred and been eligible this fall. Instead, the two-time Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year will battle J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones for the starting quarterback job of the reigning national champs. Did Miller consider leaving? “Nah, I’m a Buckeye, man,” he told 247Sports.com. “I’ve got a tat on my shoulder. My son is going

Ranking top 5 quarterback-wide receiver duos in Big Ten

Last week, I posted an article on the top 5 defensive trios in the Big Ten. The list consisted of the top DL-LB-DB trio in the conference, and was highlighted by Ohio State.