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BCS flashbacks: Our top BCS-era teams by school

Last week, I presented my list of the Top 10 Big Ten teams from the BCS era. Many of your responded with, ahem, passion – you can always reach me here. So, let’s keep the ball rolling. Think about any of the 12 programs during those BCS seasons and consider which teams jump to the front of your mind. In some cases, it’s harder than one might think. Here are my picks for the top team from each Big Ten school during the BCS era, which ran from 1998-2013. Illinois, 2001. Ron Zook’s 2007 team that went 9-4, was led

Dienhart: Should college football dump the PAT?

It was interesting to watch to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell talk about various issues recently on NFL Network. One idea he said the league is studying is dropping extra point kicks after touchdowns – just see the NFL Network video here. Would the college game ever consider dumping PATs? It may be worth considering and studying. How good are pros at making PATs? In 2013, NFL kickers hit 1,256 of 1,261 extra points, a cool 99.6 percent accuracy rate. That’s as close to automatic as you can get. The only play duller during a game is when the quarterback takes a

Did You See This: Tom Brady can't get a high five PSA

No one will deny the fact that former Michigan quarterback Tom Brady lives a pretty awesome life. He has three Super Bowl rings, nine Pro Bowl appearances, two NFL MVP awards, an unfathomable amount of money, and yes, a supermodel wife. So what can’t Tom Brady have? A high five. Check out this fake public service announcement, which began airing this week online and on local Denver television. The PSA highlights all of Brady’s career accomplishments, and then shows his inability to receive a high five from any of his Patriots teammates this season. My personal favorite part of the

One look back at Big Ten's best BCS era teams

The BCS era is over, and to me that is a very good thing. The era ran 16 seasons stretching from 1998-2013. As a way to celebrate the end of the BCS and with an eye on the first college football playoff after next season, I present to you my 10 best Big Ten teams of the BCS era. Agree? Disagree? State your case in the comments section below or drop me a note for my mailbag. And if you want a sneak peek at 2014 preseason rankings, I wrote about one I found a little while ago, but it’s

B1G Clicks: Tracking today's Big Ten trends

Did you miss something while you stepped away from your computer? We’re tracking some of the best Big Ten social media happenings and posting them all right here. Check out today’s edition, including a Nebraska football helmet poking fun at the Texas logo. Like what you see? We do this every weekday. Visit our Clicks archive. Here are Thursday’s B1G Clicks: New addition to the helmet for the game #hornsdown pic.twitter.com/dM3yGewxVL — Jeremiah Sirles (@Sirles71_HSKR) January 16, 2014 Our take: Think Nebraska has completely forgotten about those Big 12 rivalries? 2018 on an island? I guess I can say …..

Five B1G players appear in Kiper's Mock Draft 1.0

January is here. College football has come to a close and your hometown NFL team has already been bounced from the postseason. So, what can you focus on now to get your daily dose of NFL and college football news? That’s easy — The NFL Draft. [ MORE: Dienhart: Big Ten to lose just four stars early to NFL Draft ] We all know that ESPN football analyst Mel Kiper Jr. goes together with the NFL Draft like peanut butter goes together with jelly. You want the best insight for the upcoming draft? Kiper is your guy. The ESPN draft

Dienhart: A look at Big Ten early enrollees

National Signing Day is Feb. 5th, but schools have been inking mid-year prospects for a few weeks in the early-signing period. And today is the deadline. The Big Ten will welcome 51 newcomers, who all are enrolled and able to go through winter conditioning and spring ball. Illinois leads the way with nine mid-year enrollees. Michigan and Ohio State each have brought in seven. Indiana has six, while Penn State and Wisconsin have five. Iowa and Northwestern have the fewest mid-year additions with just one each. Among the newcomers are 10 junior college transfers. Illinois leads the way with four

Video: Jeremy Gallon at East-West Shrine Game

The East-West Shrine Game is on Saturday in St. Petersburg, Fla., and BTN reporter Lisa Byington is there to cover the Big Ten contingent in the game. On Tuesday, Byington caught up with Michigan’s Jeremy Gallon. Watch our interview with Gallon in this post. See the Big Ten players on East-West Shrine Game rosters below. [ MORE: Video: Reaction to Larry Johnson to OSU, James Franklin ] EAST OG: John Urschel, Penn State WR: Jeremy Gallon, Michigan CB: Ricardo Allen, Purdue DT: Bruce Gaston, Purdue LB: Glenn Carson, Penn State S: Dezmen Southward, Wisconsin (INJ) WEST OG: Ryan Groy, Wisconsin

BTN LiveBIG: Brian Griese helping kids cope with loss

As a 21-year-old quarterback at Michigan, Brian Griese was on top of the world after leading the Wolverines to their first national championship in 49 years. But on the inside, Griese was hurting. Nine years before playing at college football’s highest level, Griese lost his mother to cancer. Midway through his NFL career, Griese started Judi’s House, a bereavement support community that helps children and families cope with the death of a loved one. His goal was to provide support so that kids didn’t have to bottle up the emotions like he did for so many years. Judi’s House is

B1G Clicks: Tracking today's Big Ten trends

Did you miss something while you stepped away from your computer? We’re tracking some of the best Big Ten social media happenings and posting them all right here. Check out today’s edition, including a ridiculous block by former Indiana star Victor Oladipo. Like what you see? We do this every weekday. Visit our Clicks archive. Here are Thursday’s B1G Clicks: Our take: Not in Victor’s house! I am thankful for everyone assoc with TOSU for 3 great years and my family and I are excited to join the Houston Texans as the LB coach. — Mike Vrabel (@CoachVrabel50) January 9,