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BTN to provide extensive coverage from Cotton Bowl and Rose Bowl

BTN will provide extensive, on-site coverage surrounding the College Football Playoff Semifinal matchup between Michigan State and Alabama in the Cotton Bowl, as well as Iowa’s first trip to the Rose Bowl in 25 years. Eight other Big Ten teams are slated to compete in postseason play, with BTN highlighting each of those matchups beginning on Thursday, Dec. 24. Cotton Bowl and Rose Bowl coverage begins on Tuesday, Dec. 29, at 3 p.m. ET with updates on the Spartans from Cotton Bowl Media Day. Rose Bowl Media Day coverage will also air on Tuesday, Dec. 29, bringing viewers up to

Big Ten links: How would this 68-team football playoff shake out?

What if college football had a 68-team tourney like basketball? Ah, it’s fun to dream, isn’t it? Well, Athlon Sports has put together a bracket if we all lived in Fantasy Land. I don’t need a full-blown fantasy 68-team tourney. Still, Look at what the four-team playoff has done to drive weekly debate. Have a look at one publication's projections, the catch up on the rest today's news from around the Big Ten.

How successors to legendary Big Ten coaches have fared

After flirting with retirement in the offseason, Wisconsin’s Bo Ryan made it official tonight: He’s retiring with long-time assistant Greg Gard taking over as interim head coach. [ MORE: Top Twitter reactions to Bo Ryan’s retirement announcement ] “After months of conversation with Barry Alvarez and his administrative staff, as well as my wife, Kelly, I have decided that now is the right time to step down from the head coaching position here at Wisconsin,” Ryan said in a statement. “This was a decision months in the making. I brought this up to Barry back in April. He advised me

LeVert becomes fourth Michigan player to record a triple-double

There are good nights. There are great nights. And then there is the type of night Michigan senior Caris LeVert had on Tuesday. [ MORE: Check out our Big Ten men’s basketball scoreboard ] LeVert recorded 13 points, 10 assists and 10 rebounds in a 77-62 victory over Northern Kentucky, becoming just the fourth player in Michigan basketball history to record a triple-double. The memorable moment came with 2:06 left in the game when LeVert found a cutting Mark Donnal for a basket, giving him his 10th assist of the evening. Check out the play at the top of this

Photos: Take a look at Big Ten football uniforms debuted in 2015

The Big Ten introduced/reintroduced several alternate uniform designs during the 2015 football season. [ MORE: 2015-16 bowl schedule | Best of the Bowls | Ranking bowls, 1-40 | Big Ten bowl bags | Big Ten bowl factoids | Bowl storylines | Get all of our bowl coverage ] Several of the designs were of the new-school variety (Indiana helmets, Minnesota going all gray or Iowa, Nebraska and Ohio State going all-black), while others were nods to history (Northwestern’s Rose Bowl throwback and Michigan’s all-white road uniform). Here’s a look at my top 5 2015 Big Ten designs (Yes, I’m a

Ann Arbor tops Forbes' best college towns; Iowa City No. 3

The Big Ten is home to two of the top three college cities/towns in the U.S., including No. 1, according to a recent Forbes.com ranking. [ MORE: Gallery: View Forbes’ full top 10 best & worst towns ] Ann Arbor, Michigan, tops Forbes’ top 10 college towns, and Iowa City, Iowa, claims the third spot. The town keeping the Big Ten from owning Forbes’ top two spots: College Station, Texas. Here’s what Forbes.com says about Ann Arbor: “Though Ann Arbor gains middling marks for ‘wallet friendliness,’ it scores high on the list for opportunities, and second overall for ‘youth-oriented environment.’