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Here's a look at former Big Ten stars on active NFL rosters

Last week, it was college football’s turn to kick off its season. This week, it’s the NFL’s turn. [ MORE: Polls: Pick Week 2 winners | Q&A: Wes Lunt | Big Ten Mailbag |  Power rankings | Bowl projections | Player rankings ] The 2015 season gets started Thursday night, when former Michigan quarterback and defending Super Bowl champ New England host Pittsburgh. Before the season kicks off, I wanted to take a look at former Big Ten players listed on active rosters, according to‘s team pages. In all, there are 188 former Big Ten players, not including Maryland,

Sep 5, 2015; College Park, MD, USA; Maryland Terrapins quarterback Perry Hills (11) jumps through the line of scrimmage against the Richmond Spiders at Byrd Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Derik Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports

Big Ten Mailbag: QB questions, and more QB questions

It’s that time when I reach into my big burlap mail sack, pull out letters, start reading … and then cry. Let’s answer some of your more pressing queries.

Sep 5, 2015; Champaign, IL, USA; Illinois Fighting Illini wide receiver Sam Mays (9) catches a touchdown pass over Kent State Golden Flashes cornerback Demetrius Monday (21) at Memorial Stadium. Illinois beat Kent State 52-3.  Mandatory Credit: Mike Granse-USA TODAY Sports

Big Ten Power Rankings: Illinois, Northwestern moving on up

One big, thick juicy Big Ten Power Rankings is coming right up. Sharpen your knife and fork ... and enjoy. This is just Week 1, so don't overeat--or overreact--to this poll, presented by ArcelorMittal.

Sep 7, 2015; Blacksburg, VA, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer (left) hugs Buckeyes quarterback Cardale Jones (12) after their game against the Virginia Tech Hokies at Lane Stadium. The Buckeyes won 42-24. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Tom’s Take: Week 1 Big Ten honors, grades, stock reports & numbers

Thank goodness for Ohio State. The Buckeyes’ impressive win vs. Virginia Tech helped salvage what was a disappointing opening to the 2015 season. The Big Ten finished with an 8-6 mark. But against the Power Five leagues, the Big Ten was just 2-4.

Sep 5, 2015; Bloomington, IN, USA; The Indiana Hoosiers raise their hands to get pumped up during warm up before the game at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Marc Lebryk-USA TODAY Sports

How did we do? Week 1 Big Ten football predictions revisited

Before we turn our attention to Week 2, it’s time to revisit how the team, Illinois beat writer Bob Asmussen and Big Ten fans did with their Week 1 Big Ten predictions. [ MORE: Best of Week 1 | What Tom Dienhart learned | Power rankings | Bowl projections ] Everyone but Big Ten fans opened the season 11-3. The fans went 10-4, meaning they trail the pack by the slimmest of margins. Tom Dienhart (@BTNTomDienhart) Week 1 record: 11-3 Week 1 picks: Utah 24, Michigan 17; TCU 28, Minnesota 19; Michigan State 44, Western Michigan 14; Illinois 29,

Michigan fans leave server $3000 tip after opening loss at Utah

Delicious food, killer whiskey, suspect karaoke. #tipsforjesus #tatertots #goblue #hotelcalifornia A photo posted by tipsforjesus (@tipsforjesus) on Sep 4, 2015 at 5:42pm PDT A season-opening road loss isn’t going to get Michigan football fans down. Not this year, not with former Michigan quarterback and successful coach Jim Harbaugh on the sidelines. This was no more evident than through the extremely generous tip a group of Michigan fans left a server following Thursday night’s 24-17 loss at Utah. The fans left their server, Bre Snow, at the Bourbon House a $3,000 tip on a $505 bill, which amounts to roughly a