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.

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Olympic Journal: Getting Herbert Ready for London

Just as we’re running Olympic Journals from our Big Ten names like our U.S. swimmers, our Team Burundi long-distance runner, and our French swimmer, our friends at NUsports.com are publishing posts from Wildcats head wrestling coach Drew Pariano, and we’ll be sharing those here, too. Pariano and associate head coach Tim Cysewski head to London to support Northwestern graduate and U.S. wrestler Jake Herbert as he competes in the the 84 kg freestyle division. In Pariano’s first entry, he explains how Northwestern helped Herbert prepare.

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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.

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NU's Grevers Wins Swimming Gold

Former Northwestern swimmer Matt Grevers set an Olympic record and won gold in the men’s 100 backstroke Monday in the London Olympics.Grevers is part of a team of Big Ten swimmers blogging for BTN.com. You can send him your congratulations here.

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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.

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