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Thirteen Big Ten stars make 2017 AP All-America teams

Thirteen Big Ten players made the 2017 Associated Press All-America teams, it was announced Monday. Seven of the honorees, , including five defensive standouts, earned first-team laurels.

2017 football season review: Iowa Hawkeyes

Kirk Ferentz’s 19th season in Iowa City was filled with ups and downs. Still, there was a lot to like during a 7-5 season that produced a fourth bowl in a row and 15th in 17 seasons.

Pinstripe Bowl preview: Iowa vs. Boston College

This will be Iowa’s first trip to the Pinstripe Bowl and its first meeting with Boston College, as the Hawkeyes look to cap what has been a season of ups and downs. There was the high of pounding then-No. 3 Ohio State, 55-24, and the low of losing on the last play vs. then-No. 4 Penn State, 21-19.

Dienhart: 2017-18 Big Ten bowl matchups at a glance

The bowl matchups are set. Eight Big Ten teams will be bowling, including three in New Year's Six Games (Cotton: Ohio State vs. USC; Orange: Wisconsin vs. Miami; Fiesta: Penn State vs. Washington).

View 2017 Big Ten Football Individual Award Winners

The conference announced the 2017 All-Big Ten defensive/special teams and offensive teams the last two days. The third and final day of the announcements is dedicated to the individual award winners. See all of the honorees inside.

View the 2017 All-Big Ten Football Defensive Teams

The 2017 All-Big Ten Football Teams are being released in three installments. To start things off, the conference is shining the spotlight on the defensive and special teams stars.