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Dienhart: A fun look back at the BTN bus tour

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Tom Dienhart's Take Away on Wisconsin

The BTN crew spent almost three weeks on the road travelling over 3,000 miles on visits to every Big Ten training camp. We saw a lot of football, talked to a lot of coaches and ate a lot of bananas and beef jerky on our super-deluxe tour bus that was tricked out with two color TVs, two fridges and Wi-Fi that sometimes worked and sometimes didn’t work. Two cases of Red Bull and a box of Twizzlers later, I put a punctuation mark on the 2012 BTN bus tour with a fun look at our circuitous journey from Lincoln to State College—and points in between.

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Phil Steele considers first-year Big Ten head coaches

There are three first-year Big Ten football coaches for the 2012 season, headlined by Ohio State’s Urban Meyer, he of two national championships at Florida. How will Meyer, Tim Beckman (Illinois) and Bill O’Brien (Penn State) fare in 2012? Phil Steele recently offered his thoughts, placing Meyer and Beckman in the “Right Place Right Time” category and O’Brien in the “Tough Shoes to Fill” section. See what Steele says about all three guys in this post.

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The Week That Was: Last week's top 10 stories

The wait is over, Big Ten fans. Starting Thursday night, the Big Ten football season is here. The Gophers kick of the 2012 schedule late Thursday night at UNLV, Michigan State hosts Boise State on Friday night, and the conference’s 10 other teams get underway Saturday. Before the games kick off, read last week’s top 10 BTN.com stories.

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Sunday Video Roundup

Freshmen Jaylyn Odermann and Katie Kraeutner led the Nebraska soccer team (1-3-0) to its first win of the 2012 season on Sunday afternoon at the Nebraska Soccer Field with a 2-0 shutout of the New Mexico Lobos. Odermann notched both her first career goal and assist on the day, while Kraeutner added her first career goal. Read more at Huskers.com. Watch the New Mexico and Nebraska women’s soccer wrap-up now and jump inside for more soccer and volleyball.

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Saturday Roundup: No. 4 Huskers drop No. 1 UCLA

In front of the 166th consecutive sellout crowd at the Nebraska Coliseum, No. 4 Nebraska volleyball knocked off top-ranked UCLA in five (25-20, 25-23, 23-25, 19-25, 15-13). BTN’s aired the event, one of four volleyball matches on Saturday night. Watch the UCLA and Nebraska volleyball highlights now and jump inside for more video from from BTN.

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