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Mark Rudner Q&A: Big Ten set to embark on new bowl era

The Big Ten soon will embark on a new bowl era following some big changes to its postseason structure. BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart talked to Big Ten Senior Associate Commissioner Mark Rudner about the conference’s new bowls and how the process for placing teams has changed.