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Dienhart: My 2014 Big Ten All-Undrafted Team

The Big Ten had 30 players taken in the just completed NFL draft. But plenty of good players go undrafted every year and end up making NFL rosters and often having good careers. Some notables: Kurt Warner, Tony Romo, John Randle, Priest Holmes and Wes Welker. Here’s a team of Big Ten players who went undrafted the previous three days but have signed free-agent deals—and could end up being stars. [ MORE: Dienahrt: Big Ten well-represented in NFL Draft ] OFFENSE WR: Bennie Fowler, Michigan State (Broncos) WR: Corey Brown, Ohio State (Panthers) WR: Ryan Lankford, Illinois (Dolphins) TE: Jacob

Dienhart: Big Ten well-represented in NFL Draft

The 2014 NFL draft is in the books. And, the Big Ten was well-represented. Things got off to a good start on Thursday during the first round, when the Big Ten had four picks. The Big Ten had 30 picks over the seven-round draft, which is up from just 22 last year with only one first-rounder. Ohio State led all Big Ten teams with six picks. Here’s a look at the draft. [ MORE: NFL Draft: 14 Big Ten players selected on day 3 ] PICKS BY SCHOOL  Illinois: 0  Indiana: 2 TE Ted Bolser, 7th  round 217th/Redskins WR Cody

NFL Draft: 14 Big Ten players selected on Day 3

Day 3 of the NFL Draft was a big one for the Big Ten. A total of 14 players were selected from the conference in rounds 4-7. The Big Ten had four players selected in the first round Thursday, and 12 guys taken in rounds 2 and 3 on Friday. Track all of the Big Ten picks in this post. [ MORE: Track all the 2014 NFL Draft picks | View our draft coverage ] ROUND 4 No. 112: Penn State DT DaQuan Jones (Tennessee) Nittany Lion DaQuan Jones (@RiDQulous_91) is now a @TennesseeTitans! #TitanUp — Penn State

Joe Kerridge's mom taunts him about Clowney hit

College football fans need not be reminded of Jadeveon Clowney’s helmet-dislodging hit on Michigan’s Vincent Smith in the 2013 Outback Bowl. People still talk about the hit – even Michigan fullback Joe Kerridge’s mother. You see, after Taylor Lewan was drafted No. 11 in the NFL draft on Thursday night, Kerridge’s mom texted Joe. [ MORE: Video: Shane Morris catches his own “Hail Mary” ] The initial text was about Lewan being drafted. The second one? It had to with the hit and whether Kerridge missed his assignment. See for yourself below: Even my mom doubts me about @clownejd sack…

Video: Michigan's Shane Morris catches his own pass

You just know football players across the country are attempting to catch their own Hail Mary passes after Georgia prep cornerback Gary Haynes wowed us all in this video. Well, Michigan backup quarterback Shane Morris posted one to his Vine account. Watch the video in this post. OK, while Morris threw the ball higher than he did far (we’re guessing 25 yards), this is still good stuff. Who’s next, Big Ten players? Here’s the highlight that started it all: h/t: @nickbaumgardner

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Check out's 2014 Big Ten NFL mock draft

The 2014 NFL Draft gets underway Thursday night, so the team decided to host its own Big Ten football mock draft. The rules: Only Big Ten NFL draft prospects are eligible, and every manager must draft one of the following positions: QB, RB, WR, TE, OL, DL, ILB, OLB, CB, S. [ MORE: Get all of our 2014 NFL Draft coverage ] Here are the teams. TOM DIENHART QB: Andrew Maxwell, Michigan State RB: Fitz Toussaint, Michigan WR: Allen Robinson, Penn State TE: C.J. Fiedorowicz, Iowa OL: Taylor Lewan, Michigan DL: DaQuan Jones, Penn State ILB: Chris Borland, Wisconsin

Big Ten teams recognized for APR scores

The NCAA released the Academic Progress Report (APR) scores for schools that finished in the top 10 percent across all sports Wednesday. See the Big Ten teams that earned recognition in this post. [ MORE: View results for every Big Ten school ] ILLINOIS Baseball Men’s Golf Women’s Golf Women’s Soccer Women’s Tennis INDIANA Men’s Basketball Men’s Cross Country Men’s Golf Men’s Soccer Men’s Outdoor Track Women’s Tennis IOWA Baseball Men’s Golf MICHIGAN Men’s Basketball Men’s Cross Country Women’s Basketball Women’s Gymnastics Women’s Volleyball Water Polo MICHIGAN STATE Men’s Tennis Women’s Gymnastics MINNESOTA Baseball Men’s Gymnastics Men’s Tennis Men’s

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Dienhart: Big Ten's big, bold move East

NEW YORK — Jim Delany is a man on the move. Catch him if you can. The Big Ten commissioner is tugging a big black bag behind him as he walks toward a waiting Amtrak train that’s headed from New York’s Penn Station to Union Station in Washington, D.C. Train 2109 departs at 8 a.m. And Delany is ahead of schedule. He has a big announcement to make. There is no time to be tired. Only time to think about what’s next. The Big Ten is changing before our eyes. Oh, we all knew this was coming. We have known

#BTNLive poll: Want a B1G football title game out east?

If you’re on Twitter, you can vote in our ongoing series of Big Ten social media polls for our weekday show #BTNLive. On tonight’s episode of #BTNLive at 6 p.m. ET, our experts discuss this question: Would you like to see an East Coast B1G Football Championship Game? The choices: #BTNyes or #BTNno. How do you vote via social media? It’s simple. On Twitter, just use any of the above hashtags and we will tabulate them. There’s another very easy way to vote via Twitter or Facebook – just use click on the poll below.  

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How B1G's NFL draft class stacks up to recent ones

Le’Veon Bell, Russell Wilson and J.J. Watt. All three are former Big Ten standouts, and all three are current stars in the NFL. With the 2014 NFL Draft starting Thursday night, I was wondering if there any future NFL stars in this year’s Big Ten draft class? If so, how does this year’s class compare to recent Big Ten classes? Here is a position-by-position breakdown of the top prospects in this year’s NFL Draft and a look at how they stack up to the past three Big Ten NFL Draft classes. [ MORE: Dienhart: My Top 10Big Ten NFL Draft