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Dienhart: Here's our 2016 All-Spring Football Offensive Team

2016 Big Ten spring football season is over and the 2016 NFL Draft is here. As recent Big Ten football stars move on to their pro careers, new names line up to take their place next fall. BTN.com's Tom Dienhart watched plenty of spring football and he names the offensive players who caught his eye.

Everything you need to know about Satellite Camps

BTN.com's Sean Merriman goes one-on-one with ESPN's Tom VanHaaren to explain everything you need to know about satellite camps and where they stand today.

Video: Relive some of BTN's previous NFL draft profiles

The 2016 NFL Draft is Thursday-Sunday in Chicago, marking the second consecutive year that the highly anticipated event will call the Big Ten’s backyard home. [ MORE: Get all of our 2016 NFL Draft coverage ] This draft figures to be a big one for the Big Ten, in particular perennial power Ohio State. The Buckeyes could flirt with a pair of modern day draft records: most first-round picks (6; Miami in 2004) and most overall picks (14; Ohio State in 2004). With the draft just a couple of days away, we wanted to share and relive some previous BTN

Draymond Green shuts down odd question about Houston floods

After another strong all-around performance vs. Houston in the NBA playoffs Sunday, former Michigan State star Draymond Green faced an odd question in the postgame press conference. It was an awkward and insensitive query, something trying to relate Golden State’s success from the 3-point line (it made a single-game playoff record 21 treys) to the tragic flooding that has hit Houston. Green, the 2012 Big Ten Player of the Year, nailed his response. See part of it below, and watch the full question and answer in the video above. “People are losing their homes, losing their cars, losing their lives,

2016 NFL Draft Feature: Michigan State tackle Jack Conklin

Jack Conklin didn’t expect to be here. With no Division I scholarship out of Plainwell High School in Plainwell, Michigan, Conklin has defied odds en route to becoming one of the Big Ten’s premier offensive lineman and a likely first round NFL draft pick. Here he is, though, just days away from being a high pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, which starts with the first round Thursday night in Chicago. Before Conklin hears his name called in Chicago, BTN host Mike Hall profiles the former Michigan State walk-on-turned-star’s story, one that would make a great movie script. Watch the

Tyler O'Connor trying to emerge as Connor Cook's successor

(AP) Tyler O’Connor has been keeping a list of goals in a spot near and dear to any 22-year-old’s heart. [ MORE: Watch replay of Michigan State spring game on BTN2Go ] “The background of my phone has been the goals that I’ve had for this spring,” the Michigan State quarterback said. “I do feel like I’ve accomplished those things, so I feel very good.” O’Connor wrapped up spring practice Saturday, throwing for 138 yards and a touchdown in the Spartans’ spring game. His Green team lost 14-11 to the White team, but O’Connor put up the best passing numbers

Questions remain, but Spartans look poised for big 2016 season

EAST LANSING, Mich. – If you came to Michigan State’s spring game looking for concrete answers, you most likely left unsatisfied. [ MORE: Watch replay of the Michigan State spring game on BTN2Go ] Is the offensive line ready to go? Maybe. Is Tyler O’Connor the answer at quarterback? I guess. Is LJ Scott capable of being a workhorse running back? Possibly. Are the young receivers ready to step up? Perhaps. For the record, the White defeated the Green, 14-11. But the answer to those aforementioned queries is mostly a collective shrug of the shoulders. Still, no one left sun-splashed