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Video: Happy Mother's Day from 'The Journey'

Happy Mother’s Day to every Big Ten mom! [ MORE: Big Ten names, past and present, tweet Mother’s Day wishes ] To help celebrate the special day, our friends at “The Journey” went back into the archives to compile a montage of moments between Big Ten student-athletes and their mothers throughout the years of the award-winning series. Watch the full feature in the video above.

Michigan clinches ninth straight Big Ten softball crown

Michigan claimed its ninth straight Big Ten regular-season softball crown Saturday afternoon. [ MORE: Watch replay of Michigan’s win vs. Rutgers on BTN2Go ] The Wolverines run-ruled Rutgers, 11-1, in five innings to seal their latest conference championship. Sierra Romero went 1-for-1 with four RBI, including a two-run home run, while Tera Blanco, Aidan Falk and Faith Canfield all added two hits and three RBI apiece. Sara Driesenga allowed three hits and one unearned run en route to earning the victory. With the win, Michigan seals the No. 1 seed in the Big Ten tournament Friday at Penn State. The

Twelve Big Ten players invited to NBA Draft Combine

The list of players invited to the 2016 NBA Draft Combine has officially been released, and a total of 12 former Big Ten standouts appear on the 63-man list. Indiana’s Yogi Ferrell is also listed as an alternate. The combine is set to take place on May 11-15 in Chicago. Here is the list of the 12 Big Ten players invited to participate in the event, along with a look at their projected draft stock and a current NBA comparison. The 2016 NBA Draft rules allow underclassmen players to go through the pre-draft process all the way through the combine. Those

Dienhart: Michigan Wolverines offseason to-do list

Jim Harbaugh’s debut was a smashing success. He inherited a 5-7 team from Brady Hoke and turned it into a 10-3 squad that punctuated the season with a domination of Florida in the Citrus Bowl.

Rutgers, Northwestern advance in Big Ten women's lacrosse tourney

Amanda Turturro scored the overtime winner Thursday as Rutgers beat Ohio State 11-10 to advance in the 2016 Big Ten Women’s Lacrosse Tournament. In the second quarterfinal, Northwestern dominated Michigan, 20-5. No. 4 Rutgers seed will take on No. 1 seed Maryland in the first of two semifinals games on Friday. The Wildcats will play against No. 2 seed Penn State. All of Friday’s games air live on BTN and online via BTN2Go. Full schedule with links below. For Rutgers, Turturro got her second hat trick of the season and scored the final two goals for the Scarlet Knights in the game. Rutgers

Here's what number Big Ten 2016 NFL Draft picks will wear

With the 2016 NFL Draft in the books, several of the 47 Big Ten selections are being assigned their pro numbers. [ MORE: Round 1 Big Ten picks | Rounds 2-3 | Rounds 4-7 ] Check out the full list below. Missing numbers will be updated as they are announced. Know a missing player’s number? Please leave it as a comment at the bottom of this post. ROUND 1 3. Joey Bosa (Ohio State), Chargers – 99 4. Ezekiel Elliott (Ohio State), Cowboys – 21 8. Jack Conklin (Michigan State), Titans – 78 10. Eli Apple (Ohio State), Giants –

Sophomore Kameron Chatman to transfer from Michigan

MICHIGAN BASKETBALL RELEASE — University of Michigan men’s basketball head coach John Beilein announced today (Tuesday, May 3) sophomore forward Kameron Chatman requested and was granted his release from the university and plans to transfer for his final two seasons of eligibility. “Kam is a wonderful young man with the potential to mature into a fine college player,” said Beilein. “We have enjoyed coaching him over the past two years and wish him nothing but the best.” “I honestly don’t think I could have had a more quality life experience than I did in Ann Arbor,” said Chatman. “I am