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Big Ten stars take top three spots in ESPN's 2016 NFL Mock Draft

Now that the 2015 NFL Draft is in the books, fans can’t help but switch their attention to the way-too-early mock drafts for the following season. [ MORE: View McShay’s full 2016 mock draft ] Just last week, we put together a list of several publications that have already released their 2016 mock drafts. Now, other big-name publications are publishing their mock drafts, including ESPN. NFL Draft Analyst Todd McShay released his way-too-early 2016 first-round NFL mock draft today, which includes nine Big Ten stars. In fact, three Big Ten players land in the first three picks of the mock

BTN LiveBIG: IU seeks to preserve 'treasure trove' of audio, visual artifacts

If you wanted to track down hard-to-find audio and film recordings, you might start your search at some venerable Hollywood studio, the Smithsonian or Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., or a storage room in the bowels of Rockefeller Center in Midtown Manhattan. Bloomington, Ind., would probably be pretty far down the list of places you’d look, but perhaps it should be up there with the locations in the preceding paragraph. That’s because Indiana University is home to a collection of more than half a million original audio/visual (A/V) recordings, many of which are very old and rare. This surprisingly

Big Ten Softball All-Conference Teams and Individual Award Winners

The Big Ten Conference announced the 2015 All-Conference Teams and individual award winners on Wednesday. Minnesota’s Sara Groenewegen captured Player of the Year honors, Michigan’s Megan Betsa was named the Pitcher of the Year and Northwestern’s Sabrina Rabin was tabbed Freshman of the Year. Michigan’s Carol Hutchins was named the Big Ten Coach of the Year. During her sophomore campaign, Groenewegen led the Gophers with a .435 batting average, six home runs and a .524 on-base percentage in Big Ten play, while also recording a 12-2 record with 155 strikeouts and four shutouts. She is the third Gopher to be

Indiana at Maryland

Four Big Ten stars named among top players in college hoops next season

The Big Ten is expected to be loaded from top to bottom in basketball next season. ESPN Insider Josh Gasaway recently updated his rankings of the top 25 players in college basketball for 2015-16, and the list features four Big Ten stars.

Big Ten Links: MSU vs. Florida hoops, projected bowl landing spots & more

Looks like Michigan State is talking to Florida about playing some hoops. This is good news. Mlive.com points out that the two schools have met six times, including in the 2000 national championship game—when MSU won the Big Ten’s last title. Each team has won three times, including the Gators taking the last matchup in 2009. Who will be coaching the Gators? *** OK, Penn State A.D. Sandy Barbour offers her take on satellite camps. And, I like it. She says everyone should be able to do them … or no one should. She also recently went on to say:

Diamond Stone

14 Big Ten prospects land in Scout's 2015 Top 100 hoops rankings

When it comes to college recruiting, our friends over at Scout.com do a phenomenal job. [ MORE: BTN.com’s 2015-16 Big Ten hoops power rankings ] Scout’s basketball recruiting team recently released their final rankings for the 2015 class, and it is loaded with future Big Ten stars from top to bottom. A total of 14 Big Ten prospects land on the top-100 list, highlighted by Maryland five-star signee Diamond Stone, who is the No. 6-ranked prospect in the class. Here is a complete look at where all 14 Big Ten signees appear in the rankings. 6. Diamond Stone, Maryland Measurables: