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Twitter: Jim Harbaugh congratulates Judge Judy on extension

RT @CoachJim4UM: Big Congrats to Judge Judy on signing her contract extension thru 2020 from a Devout Fan! pic.twitter.com/sFJL6f6FDm — Nick Baumgardner (@nickbaumgardner) March 3, 2015 One doesn’t rack up nearly 200,000 Twitter followers in a little more than two months without providing unique takes. Jim Harbaugh (@CoachJim4UM) has done just that since rejoining Twitter upon his hire late last year at Michigan. And it’s a big reason why he immediately became the Big Ten’s second-most followed coach, behind rival Urban Meyer (@OSUCoachMeyer). On Tuesday afternoon, he delighted social media again with this tweet congratulating Judge Judy on her contract

Sporting News: Ohio State nation's No. 1 program top to bottom

Which college football program is the best top to bottom? It’s reigning national champ Ohio State, according to Sporting News’ Matt Hayes. [ MORE: Get Tom Dienhart’s Ohio State spring preview ] Hayes put the Buckeyes atop his top 10 program rankings, ahead of national powers Texas and USC. The list is a who’s who of college football, as one might expect, and it also includes another Big Ten team: Michigan, at No. 6. With two schools, the Big Ten is tied with the Pac-12 (USC and Oregon) for second-most teams on the list, behind the SEC’s three (LSU, Florida

Stipend figures? Here's a look at potential Big Ten numbers

Much has been written about the stipend that will be granted by “Power Five” conference schools beginning in 2015-16 as part of radical NCAA reforms. David Jones of Pennlive.com put together an interesting story and graphic on the subject. Now, student-athletes will not just receive tuition, books and room-and-board but also an extra amount to be used toward incidental living expenses—Little Caesar’s crazy bread, gas for the Vespa, iTunes downloads, “Cracked” magazine subscriptions … stuff like that. It is known in university parlance as “cost of attendance.” Me? I like to call it “kicking around cash,” or “Friday night loot.”

Six Big Ten teams land on ESPN's list of College Football's Top 24 jobs

If every college football head coaching job became available tomorrow, which would be the most desirable? ESPN.com’s Travis Haney (@TravHaneyESPN) recently headed a project, which ranked each of the 65 college football jobs at the Power 5 level. He released them in three categories: Bottom of the barrel jobs, middle of the road jobs, and top 24 jobs. According to the article, the list includes factors such as location, administrative stability, support from those bosses, facilities, recruiting base, path to conference titles/playoff, sense of tradition, fervor of fan base, too much fervor from a fan base, etc. Our friends over

Big Ten links: Spring football starts, Traevon Jackson & much more

Big Ten spring football officially kicks off today. Yep. It’s true. The calendar still says “February,” but they have the neck rolls and J-pads out in Ann Arbor for Jim Harbaugh’s first spring practice. The Detroit Free Press will be at every practice, Tweeting about each broken shoe lace, Harbaugh whistle blow and bobbled snap—in addition to these five things to watch. At the top of the list? Do you really have to ask? *** This is amazing: The draft stock of Michigan State’s Connor Cook continues to soar—and he’s not even in the draft. Funny how this works, isn’t

Dienhart: Reviving freshman ineligibility is not the way to go

There is a growing buzz around the idea to make freshmen students ineligible to play football and men's basketball, and that buzz stems from recent reports that several conferences - including the Big Ten - want to discuss the idea.

Video: Former Michigan WR Devin Funchess shows off leaping ability

Thought I didn't have it. I guess I still do @carislevert @dw10_ A post shared by Devin Funchess (@dfunch) on Feb 15, 2015 at 7:41am PST Devin Funchess flashed his athletic prowess numerous times during his Michigan career. The tight end-turned-wide receiver boasts ups that often led coaches, teammates, opponents, announcers, beat writers and fans to rave about his athleticism. A couple days after the NBA dunk contest, Funchess posted a video to Instagram of him dunking. The video, which features Funchess throwing down a powerful one-handed dunk in slow motion and getting his head above the rim on another