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Which former B1G player would make a good owner?

Russell Wilson

Super Bowl champion quarterback Russell Wilson, a former star at Wisconsin, recently told The Wall Street Journal that he would like to be an owner of a professional sports team one day, whether it’s baseball, football, or maybe even both. “For me, I’d love to get around to as many people as I can,” Wilson said. “Because at the end of the day, I want to learn as much as I can so that way, in my future — down the road after playing 20 years hopefully for the Seahawks — I can do that.”

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ESPN lists Ohio State as nation's most stable program

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2014 Signing Day - Ohio State

When talking about the Big Ten’s most consistent football programs, Ohio State is one school that certainly comes to mind. The Buckeyes have won 10-or-more games in nine of their past 12 seasons (went 12-1 in 2010 season, but wins were vacated), including six Big Ten Championships.

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Tonight: Big Ten commits appear on #BTNLive

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Meet B1G commits Jamarco Jones, Ian Bunting, Enoch Smith, Jr.

We have a number of special guests in the studio for tonight’s “#BTNLive” and Big Ten football fans will want to get to know them. On tonight’s show hosted by Rick Pizzo, Glen Mason, and Howard Griffith, we talk to nine Chicago area high school football players who have committed to play for Big Ten football teams next fall.

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Braxton Miller receives second Silver Football

Braxton Miller

Braxton Miller Awarded Chicago Tribune Silver Football

Braxton Miller received his second consecutive Chicago Tribune Silver Football, awarded to the Big Ten’s top football player, during a timeout in the first half of Ohio State’s basketball game vs. Northwestern on Wednesday night. Miller, who will be a senior in the fall, will try to become the first three-time winner of the award in his final season. Watch the presentation in this post.

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