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Cardale Jones' backup, Bob Shoop's stock & more in today's links

So, what if Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones gets injured? Who will take snaps for the Buckeyes? True freshman Stephen Collier is on deck, according to Cleveland.com. The staff wants to redshirt the kid, but they are bringing him along just in case. A former three-star prospect from Leesburg (Ga.) Lee County, Collier maintains that he’d be capable in the event the Buckeyes need him. If they do, it will be on college football’s biggest stage. “What’s it like to be No. 2? You just always have to be ready,” Collier said. “When you’re at No. 4 you kind of have

BTN LiveBIG: NU professor effects social change by shaking up the traditional education model

During football and basketball games, BTN LiveBIG will spotlight notable examples of research, innovation and community service from around the conference. In-Game stories will provide more background on these features, and the opportunity to view the videos again. In some respects, higher education has changed a great deal during the past few decades. For instance, women make up the majority of today’s college students, degrees can now be earned online, and there are more academic majors than ever before. But the foundation of a university education hasn’t transformed much since, say, a century ago. “You go to class, you read

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Here's what Tom Dienhart's Heisman Trophy ballot looked like

There were no gasps. No screams of shock on Saturday night when the Heisman Trophy winner was announced. Everyone knew it was going to be Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota. The only question: How big would his winning margin be? It was big, over No. 2 man Melvin Gordon of Wisconsin and No. 3 Amari Cooper of Alabama. See the final tally. That finish almost mirrored my ballot. I had Mariota No. 1; Gordon No. 2; TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin No. 3. The argument for Cooper being No. 3—or even higher—was a good one. The guy may be the best wideout

Mississippi Valley State at Northwestern

Big Ten hoops recap: Northwestern drops 101 points in blowout win

There was a quartet of Big Ten men’s basketball games Sunday, including Northwestern toppling Mississippi Valley State, 101-49. Catch up on all of Sunday’s hoops action on our Big Ten scoreboard. In other action, No. 23 Michigan State destroyed Oakland, 87-61, Penn State took down George Washington, 64-51, and Rutgers dropped Manhattan, 63-55, at Madison Square Garden. Get updated links, stats and select video highlights below. Penn State 64, George Washington 51: BOX | PBP | AP RECAP D.J. Newbill scored 20 points, Brandon Taylor added 17 and Penn State defeated George Washington 64-51 Sunday for its eighth straight win. Jordan Dickerson

BTN LiveBIG: For innovative new battery, Maryland researchers pore over pores

When it comes to building a better battery, researchers at the University of Maryland are discovering that it’s the little things that matter. “Our original thinking was about making batteries smaller,” said Eleanor Gillette, a Maryland student working on the project. “We wanted to understand what the limiting dimensions are. How small can we go before we are using every piece of material we put in?” With smallness as their target, a team of UMD chemists and material scientists worked together to develop a “nanopore” battery. Essentially, that involves taking a microscopically thin ceramic sheet pierced with millions of tiny