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Latest Big Ten QB buzz includes Buckeyes' timeline to name a starter

Urban Meyer wants to name a starting quarterback by the middle of Ohio State's training camp (pssst, Ohio State's spring game is on BTN/BTN2Go Saturday). And there's a QB battle at Rutgers, too. And where dopes Jake Rudock fit in at Michigan? We take a spin around Friday's Big Ten headlines.

Photo: Check out Ohio State’s latest national championship rings

It was just three weeks ago when the Ohio State football team received their first national championship rings. [ MORE: Watch Ohio State’s spring football game Saturday on BTN/BTN2Go ] Well, it looks like the Buckeyes’ newest national title rings have arrived. As expected, their new rings are very impressive, and look even more shiny than the first ones. OSU tight end Jeff Heuerman tweeted a photo of his ring, which can be seen above. Ohio State, which hosts its spring game Saturday, April 18, opens its national title defense on Monday, Sept. 7 at Virginia Tech, the lone team

Audio: Listen to your team's spring football teleconference

This week, the 14 Big Ten football coaches and a player from each team are fielding questions from reporters around the country. On Wednesday, reporters spoke with West Division coaches and players.  Check back on Thursday to hear from players and coaches from the East Division.   Illinois: Tim Beckman and Wes Lunt Indiana: Kevin Wilson and Jason Spriggs Iowa: Kirk Ferentz and Drew Ott Maryland: Randy Edsall and Andrew Zeller Michigan: Jim Harbaugh and Joe Bolden Michigan State: Mark Dantonio and Shilique Calhoun Minnesota: Jerry Kill and Briean Boddy-Calhoun Nebraska: Mike Riley and Jordan Westerkamp Northwestern: Pat Fitzgerald and

Brian Kelly: 'I would take our two (quarterbacks) over Ohio State's'

In J.T. Barrett, Cardale Jones and Braxton Miller, Ohio State has a trio of quarterbacks that is second to none. [ MORE: Watch Ohio State spring game at 1:30 ET Saturday on BTN2Go ] Let’s see, for starters, all three won a national championship ring last year. That’s impressive. There’s so much more. The trio has combined to go 36-3 (.923) the last three seasons, not including Kenny Guiton’s two starts in 2013, all while tossing 80 touchdowns, compared to 25 interceptions, and running for 38 scores. Want more? They’ve combined for three top 10 Heisman Trophy finishes (Miller No.

Dienhart: Check out Ohio State's 10-year NFL draft snapshot

Prolific. There is no other way to describe Ohio State’s performance in the last 10 NFL drafts. It’s a proverbial football factory in Columbus. But, I think we already had an inkling of that.

Ohio State's Michael Thomas shows off 'gold pants' for beating Michigan

It has been an ongoing tradition for 80 years now. When Ohio State defeats Michigan in football, Buckeyes players are given a “gold pants” trinket, to symbolize the win over their rivals. [ MORE: Watch Ohio State spring game at 1:30 ET Sunday on BTN2Go ] This past season, Ohio State defeated Michigan 42-28 in Columbus, marking the Buckeyes’ third consecutive win over the Wolverines. Tuesday, Thomas posted a photo of his gold pants on his Twitter account, @CantguardMike. The tweet reads “somewhere in my Letter of Intent it said ‘and you will win a pair of Gold Pants every

Ohio State spring game to feature QB Skills Challenge at halftime

Troy Smith won the 2006 Heisman Trophy, and J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones combined to help lead Ohio State to the 2014 national title. [ MORE: Watch Ohio State spring game at 1:30 p.m. ET Saturday on BTN2Go ] On Saturday, at halftime of the team’s annual spring game, the decorated trio will compete in a QB Skills Challenge, @OhioStAthletics tweeted Tuesday. This will be fun. For what it’s worth, we haven’t seen Smith in action in a few years; his last NFL season was in 2010. Still, he completed 65.3 percent of his passes during his Heisman season. Barrett

College football bowl game payouts surpass $500 million

(AP) Thanks to the College Football Playoff, bowl games paid more than a half billion dollars to conferences and schools last season, the largest payout ever and an increase of almost $200 million from the final season of the Bowl Championship Series. [ MORE: Watch Ohio State spring game at 1:30 p.m. ET Saturday on BTN2Go ] According to an NCAA report released Tuesday, the 39 postseason FBS games distributed $505.9 million to the participating conferences and schools. The schools spent $100.2 million to take part in bowl games. The revenue figures were reported by the bowls and the College