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Tuesday's links: Big Ten Columnists discuss playoff

The college football world was abuzz with analysis and opinion about the Big Ten’s stance on a playoff, which the conference discussed during a conference call on Monday. Listen to the audio now: In short, the Big Ten said it prefers the status quo BCS system over a four-team playoff. (I am shaking my head as I type this.) In fact, the league says it even likes a plus-one format better than a four-team playoff. (I am shaking my head faster now.) But, if a playoff is coming, the Big Ten says it will accept it—as long as the bowls

Audio: Big Ten Teleconference on Football Playoff

On Monday, the Big Ten Conference held a teleconference with officials and media. Among those participating for the Big Ten:  Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany, Nebraska Chancellor Harvey Perlman, Northwestern athletics director Jim Phillips, and BTN President Mark Silverman. A college football playoff was discussed on the call, among other things. BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart wrote about this earlier and the AP published this breakdown of Monday’s news, but  now you can listen to audio of the entire Monday teleconference in this post. Nebraska chancellor Harvey Perlman said conference presidents would choose to keep the current BCS system as

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BTN School Days: Indiana Hoosiers

Any talk about Indiana’s 2011-12 athletic year begins and ends with the turnaround of the men’s basketball program. On the heels of a forgettable three-year run that yielded a 28-66 record, the Hoosiers returned to relevancy with a 27-9 season, highlighted by a Sweet 16 berth and upset wins over eventual national champ Kentucky and then-No. 2 Ohio State. The difference between the previous three seasons: Freshman sensation Cody Zeller, the Coaches’ choice for Big Ten Freshman of the Year and an All-Big Ten second-team honoree. Catch Indiana Day on BTN all day Tuesday. View our programming schedule for the

Dienhart: 2012 Big Ten receiving unit rankings

Lots of questions loom on receiving corps across the Big Ten. The top seven pass catchers from 2011 are gone: Illinois’ A.J. Jenkins; Iowa’s Marvin McNutt; Northwestern’s Jeremy Ebert; Michigan State’s B.J. Cunningham; Wisconsin’s Nick Toon; Michigan State’s Keshawn Martin; Minnesota’s Da’Jon McKnight. The corps could receive boosts from two transfers, as USC’s Kyle Prater is at Northwestern and Tennessee transfer DeAnthony Arnett is at Michigan State. The top veteran presences: Wisconsin’s Jared Abbrederis and Iowa’s Kennan Davis, but others will emerge. Here’s my ranking of the Big Ten receiving corps. 1. Wisconsin – Yes, Nick Toon is gone after

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Retweet this: Top 6/4/12 Tweets

Like many of us, Big Ten products are all over Twitter. They let us into their lives and put their personalities on display in 140 characters or less, and they often delight and enlighten in the process. See some of our favorite Big Ten-centric tweets from Monday in this post. Jim Delany says he reads blogs. This is quite the revelation. — Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) June 4, 2012 Who knew?! Not so surprised he reads them, actually, but that he admitted it. Going golfing for the first time this should be interesting lol — Trevor Mbakwe (@TMbakwe32) June 4, 2012

Debate it: 2012 Big Ten scoring leader

In the coming days, BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart and BTN.com web editor Brent Yarina will tackle all the important football statistical categories and offer their predictions for the 2012 Big Ten leader. Up first: Scoring. See Tom and Brent’s email thread in this post and vote for your winner, too. SCORING 2011 leader: Montee Ball, 236 points (39 TDs, 1 2-pt. conversion) Returning leaders: Montee Ball, 236 points; Rex Burkhead, 102; Brett Maher, 100; Dan Conroy 99; Denard Robinson 96. [2011 Big Ten rushing TD leaders; 2011 Big Ten receiving TD leaders] Brent: When it comes to scoring, no

BTN Rolls Out School News Pages on Facebook

Our social media efforts here at BTN are always evolving. You probably know by now that www.facebook.com/BTN is a good place to go for general updates and features on that social network while www.facebook.com/BTNVideo is an excellent way to get every BTN.com video to show up in your timeline. And www.facebook.com/BTNTomDienhart is where the work of BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart appears, too. Now, we’re rolling out school-specific Facebook page so that you can drill down and get the news you want. Initially powered by news, TV programming alerts, and BTN video feeds, they also include news feeds from the

Monday's Web Links: There's more playoff talk!

Playoff talk dominates the headlines on this Monday, as we move closer to a June 20 meeting when all the leagues will convene to hammer out details of a likely four-team playoff to begin in 2014. The Big Ten-SEC rivalry on the field is intense. And it seems to be getting even fiercer off the field, as bold statements—particularly by the SEC–have been flying in the press during the debate on details of how to form a playoff. ONE SOLUTION: Teddy Greenstein of the Chicago Tribune offers his solution on the key nitty-gritty details of which: 1. teams to pick,

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Mellencamp's son to walk on to Duke football team

Here’s something you probably didn’t expect to read today: Hud Mellencamp, the son of Bloomington native and rock star John Mellencamp, is going to walk on to the Duke football team, according to Bruce Feldman. Even more surprising, the younger Mellencamp, a former Golden Gloves boxing champ in Indiana, was home schooled and didn’t play high school football. He is expected to play defensive back for the Blue Devils. [CBSSports.com: Mellencamp’s son to walk on to Duke Football Team] The elder Mellencamp is a big Indiana fan and supporter. He, of course, donated money for the John Mellencamp Pavilion in

Retweet This: Top 6/3/12 Tweets

Like many of us, Big Ten products are all over Twitter. They let us into their lives and put their personalities on display in 140 characters or less, and they often delight and enlighten in the process. See some of our favorite Big Ten-centric tweets from Sunday in this post. Jordan Taylor is working out for the Bucks today and I'm heading over to St. Francis to speak with him afterward. I'll tweet some quotes. — Jim Polzin (@JimPolzinWSJ) June 3, 2012 Good. I was surprised to hear he wasn’t invited to the NBA Combine. Maybe this is his chance.