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B1G Player Rankings: No. 8, Devin Gardner

November 17, 2012; Ann Arbor, MI, USA; Michigan Wolverines quarterback Devin Gardner (12) rolls out to pass against the Iowa Hawkeyes in the second quarter at Michigan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE

Devin Gardner Interview - 2013 Fall Football Practice Tour

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We’re eight days from the 2013 football season kicking off. Indiana (Indiana State) and Minnesota (UNLV) get things started for the Big Ten on Thursday, Aug. 29 on BTN/BTN2Go. To help count down the days to kickoff, is ranking the top 25 players. Join us as we count it down, from 25-1, every day.

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Yarina: My preseason All-Big Ten Offensive Team

Allen Robinson

PSU WR Allen Robinson Interview - 2013 Fall Football Practice Tour

The Big Ten football season kicks off in less than two weeks. Before Indiana (Indiana State) and Minnesota (UNLV) get things started Thursday, Aug. 29 on BTN/BTN2Go, it’s time to unveil my preseason All-Big Ten Offense. Who did I miss? Feel free to leave your submission in the comment section at the bottom of the post. I’ll post my defensive team later.

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Twitter: 2013 Big Ten football breakout players?

Michigan Wolverines tight end Devin Funchess

Devin Funchess's 30 Yard Touchdown

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The topic of breakout players can be an ambiguous one. For example, some people view Nebraska’s Ameer Abdullah as a 2013 breakout player. Others, meanwhile, feel that with 1,315 total yards and 10 scores a season ago, he’s well past “breakout” territory. I tend to side with the latter. Either way, I went to Twitter and asked Big Ten fans for their 2013 breakout candidates.

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SI preseason poll: Spartans surprise, Huskers left out

Will Ohio State jump defending National Champion Alabama in any publication’s preseason college football top 25 poll? The chances are looking slim for the Buckeyes as Sports Illustrated released its preseason top 25 poll, and Urban Meyer’s team came in at No. 4, behind Alabama, Stanford and Texas A&M.

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