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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,

Dienhart: What does new OC mean for Michigan?

It looks like Michigan already has hired a new offensive coordinator, as reports indicate Brady Hoke has tabbed Alabama’s Doug Nussmeier. That didn’t take long. Actually, it obviously likely has been in the works for a bit. The chair in deposed coordinator Al Borges’ office is still warm. Heck, pictures of his kids may still be on his desk. As I said in my analysis of Borges’ firing yesterday, Michigan’s next offensive coordinator wasn’t going to be a radical hire. Hoke wasn’t going to bring in a guy who had one of those whacky go-go offenses that was going to

Daily links: 10 Big Ten stories to know Thursday

This just in on the Penn State coaching search: San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman reportedly interviewed for the post on Monday. Wow, he’s a busy guy, as the 49ers have a playoff game at Carolina this weekend. So, if you are keeping track, James Franklin, Mike Munchak and Larry Johnson are in the mix. Oh, and it looks like Franklin has an offer on the table. This thing may end soon. Very soon. *** The big news that hit yesterday was the firing of Michigan offensive coordinator Al Borges. But, really, it wasn’t news. I think we all

Dienhart: Meet Al Borges, Michigan's 'fall guy'

Meet Al Borges, Michigan’s fall guy for the ultra-disappointing 2013 season. Brady Hoke has a head to show the restless Wolverines fan base. Someone had to pay for the 7-6 season. And, it was Borges. See! Hoke is doing something! He isn’t sitting idling by in his short-sleeve shirt doing nothing as Schembechler Hall burns. He’s a man of action! “Decisions like these are never easy,” said Hoke in a statement. “I have a great amount of respect for Al as a football coach and, more importantly, as a person.  I appreciate everything he has done for Michigan Football for

Al Borges won't be back as Michigan OC

University of Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke announced Wednesday that offensive coordinator Al Borges will not be retained for the 2014 season. “Decisions like these are never easy,” Hoke said. “I have a great amount of respect for Al as a football coach and, more importantly, as a person. I appreciate everything he has done for Michigan Football for the past three seasons.” [ MORE: Read all of MGoBlue.com’s football coverage ] Prior to joining U-M in 2011, Borges was a member of Hoke’s staff at San Diego State in 2009 and 2010. The Wolverines will begin spring practice

How much is your Big Ten football team worth? A lot!

How much is your Big Ten football team worth? Thanks to a recent study by Ryan Brewer, an assistant professor of finance at Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus, we have an idea. Let’s state the obvious: every Big Ten program is worth a lot. But, Michigan ($688.5 million) and Ohio State ($674.8) lead the Big Ten and only trail Texas ($875) and Notre Dame ($811.5). Editor’s note: In the first version of this story, we incorrectly used last year’s study and numbers. The error has been fixed. [ MORE: View the total value of top college football teams ] According to

Why each B1G team should feel good about 2014

It’s not too early to start thinking about the 2014 season, right? Right. Others already are in on the action, with super-early top 25 polls. So, here’s why you should be excited about your team’s prospects for next season. Smiles, everyone! [ MORE: View the final 2013 college football polls ] ILLINOIS Fans are jacked out of their mind to see Oklahoma State transfer quarterback Wes Lunt, who could take this improving offense to another level. Don’t forget about Aaron Bailey, too. RB Josh Ferguson is a special jack-of-all-trades. All of the young talent on defense that took its bumps