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7:30 PMButler at IndianaWatch
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Big Ten writers' 2012 mock draft: Rounds 3 & 4

Our Big Ten writers’ 2012 Big Ten mock draft is gaining steam and through Round 4. Relive all the Round 1 selections and Round 2 picks. Here’s how this works: writers from all 12 Big Ten teams partake in the six-round draft, picking a QB, WR, RB, TE, Defensive player and K. Check out all the Round 3 and Round 4 selections in this post. We didn’t include offensive linemen because they don’t collect stats. To be clear, this is not a 2012 NFL mock draft and it is not fantasy football. There are no weekly standings, trades, points per

Jerry Palm's 2012-13 college football bowl projections

Who’s going to win the Big Ten this football season? Not two-time reigning champ Wisconsin, according to CBSSports.com’s Jerry Palm. Palm predicts Michigan in the Rose Bowl, the bowl reserved for the Big Ten champ, in his latest 2012-13 bowl projections. Fear not, Wisconsin fans: Palm has your Badgers playing in the Fiesta Bowl. [CBSSports.com: 2012-13 bowl prjoections] Here’s Palm’s entire Big Ten bowl list: Rose Bowl: Michigan vs. Oregon Fiesta Bowl: Wisconsin vs. Oklahoma Outback Bowl: Nebraska vs. Florida Gator Bowl: Iowa vs. Mississippi State Capital One Bowl: Michigan State vs. Georgia TicketCity Bowl: Purdue vs. Toledo Buffalo Wild

Road Trip! BTN Football Tour Bus Returns

Our annual summer BTN Football Tour starts next week and our tour bus is getting warmed up for the trip by driving around Chicago. As you can tell from the photo in this post, it stopped by Wrigley Field. Where will it be next? The bus heads downtown to Michigan Avenue, State Street, and Lake Shore Drive around lunch hour on Thursday and then out to U.S. Cellular Field on Friday during the evening. If you’re in Chicago and see it, take a photo and send it to us via our Twitter page or our Facebook page. You’re new to

Dienhart: My analysis of Sporting News preseason poll

The Sporting News released its preseason college football poll. LSU is No. 1. No big shock there. But, let’s get to the important stuff: How does the Big Ten stack up? Michigan is No. 8. Wisconsin is No. 12. Michigan State is No. 13. Nebraska is No. 17. Ohio State is No. 22. My two cents: – Look, I love Michigan, but that schedule scares the bejeezus out of me. And the defense? It isn’t ready-made to dominate, especially up front. – I have said time and again that I feel Ohio State has the most talented team. Couple that

Ready, set, click Wednesday's top Big Ten web links

Hope your week is going well. If not, here are some of the best Big Ten links that I found from around the web. Get to reading! RALLYING AROUND TEAM: If there’s any doubt that the NCAA sanctions have not galvanized the Penn State Nation, they likely were erased during a recent “Rise and Rally” event in State College. While I admire the spirit, I still think people are missing the point why Penn State is being penalized. To me, it sends the wrong message to rally and act vengeful in response to the Penn State sanctions. Don’t forget: The

Northwestern's Kain Colter

Northwestern: 10 reasons to be excited in 2012

It’s four bowls in a row and counting for Northwestern. And that’s a school record. The next goal: Win the program’s first postseason game since claiming the Rose Bowl after the 1948 season. If you are scoring in Evanston, that’s nine bowl defeats in succession. Pat Fitzgerald knows all of this. And it keeps him motivated. His offense has been clicking and doing its part in recent years. Last season, the attack ranked second overall in the Big Ten (420.9). The passing game led the way, ranking first in the Big Ten (254.2 ypg) for an offense that was fifth

Big Ten writers' 2012 mock draft: Round 2

Our Big Ten writers’ 2012 Big Ten mock draft makes its way to Round 2. You can view Round 1 selections here. Here’s how this works: writers from all 12 Big Ten teams conduct the six-round draft, picking a QB, WR, RB, TE, Defensive player and K. We’re doing this because we thought it would provide a fun new way to showcase the Big Ten’s top statistical performers throughout the season. Plus, we hope it gets Big Ten fans debating the picks. We didn’t include offensive linemen because they don’t collect stats. To be clear, this is not a 2012

NCAA: NU WR Kyle Prater eligible for 2012 season

Northwestern received good news Tuesday from the NCAA, which ruled USC transfer receiver Kyle Prater will be eligible to play this fall. https://twitter.com/DaReal_21/status/230403264506654720 Typically, transfers from one four-year FBS school to another must sit out a season. But Prater received a waiver from the NCAA to play this fall. He will bolster what already is a deep and talented collection of Northwestern receivers led by Detmetrius Fields, Christian Jones, Tony Jones and Rashad Lawrence, among others. The 6-5, 215-pound Prater, who was ranked the No. 45 player in the nation by ESPN coming out of Proviso West High in the

Wisconsin Badgers running back Montee Ball (28) and tight end Jacob Pedersen (48) react after a touchdown in the second quarter against the Oregon Ducks in the 2012 Rose Bowl game at the Rose Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Big Ten writers' 2012 mock draft: Round 1

Everyone, it seems, enjoys mock drafts. And it’s easy to see why. Not only do they create interest and offer predictions, but they often elicit passionate responses. You know the complaints and arguments: that guy’s too high, this guy’s better than that guy, etc. Well, we thought it would be fun to do a 2012 Big Ten football mock draft. How does it work? We invited a writer from all 12 Big Ten teams to conduct the six-round draft, consisting of QB, WR, RB, TE, Defensive player and K. We didn’t include offensive linemen (sorry!) because they aren’t stat-collectors, and

Reserve 2012 Football Title Game Tickets Now

We’re excited to announce a new way to reserve a ticket for the 2012 Big Ten Football Championship for your team for as little as $10 today. If your team makes it, you are obligated to purchase each face-value priced ticket associated with each of your reservations. But if your team doesn’t make it, you only forfeit your reservation fee. Tickets can be reserved at BTN.com/TeamTix, a new ticket reservation system launched by the Big Ten in partnership with Forward Market Media (FMM) and BTN. Powered by FMM’s proprietary software platforms, fans can go to purchase, for as little as