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Q&A: Voice of IU baseball ready to squeal like a pig

Sam Travis

Scott Donley Rips Walk-off Single

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Indiana is 48-14 and headed to its first College World Series. Along the way, the Hoosiers have won the Big Ten regular-season and tournament championships and swept its way to the Bloomington Regional and Tallahassee Super Regional crowns.

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Big Ten, Northwestern pace nation in APR scores

The NCAA released its annual Academic Progress rate scores Tuesday, and the Big Ten came in No. 1 among the BCS conferences in football. The Northwestern football team led the nation with a score of 996, three points ahead of second-place Boise State, and Wisconsin (tied fourth) and Ohio State (tied seventh) also landed in the top 10.

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Week 2 preview: Try not to miss Notre Dame-Michigan

Michigan's Jeremy Gallon

Michigan vs. Notre Dame: The Rivalry Continues

Hey, who isn’t looking forward to football season? It’s only June, but I’m itching for kickoff and am starting to look ahead to each week of the 2013 season. From Week 1 to Week 12, I’ll offer the best each week has to offer and rank every week’s games. Up now: Week 2, highlighted by Notre Dame at Michigan.

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View the 2013 College World Series schedule

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Big Ten regular-season and tournament champion Indiana opens its first College World Series at 8 p.m. ET Saturday on ESPN. The Hoosiers, the Big Ten’s first CWS team since 1984 (Michigan), take on streaking Louisville in the event’s second game.

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Week 1 preview: NU-Cal should be good one

Kain Colter

Kain Colter Gets His 3rd TD

It’s time to take a week-by-week look at the 2013 Big Ten schedule. Interesting storylines, matchups and battles within the battles dot each week’s slate of games. Up first, of course: Week 1. Get my opening week preview in this post.

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Debate It: 2013 Big Ten receiving yards leader?

Kenny Bell

Kenny Bell 74 Yard Catch

While the Big Ten doesn’t boast a laundry list of all-world wide receivers, it’s not like it is void of talent at the position. Guys such as Allen Robinson, Kenny Bell and Jared Abbrederis steal most of the headlines, but there’s also plenty of other productive guys. Who will lead the Big Ten in receiving yards this season? Tom Dienhart and Brent Yarina offer their picks in this post.

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