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Four Big Ten standouts make midseason Wooden Award list

Indiana’s Yogi Ferrell, Maryland’s Melo Trimble, Ohio State’s D’Angelo Russell and Wisconsin’s Frank Kaminsky were named to the 25-man midseason Wooden Award list. Trimble and Russell, both freshman stars, are new entrants since the preseason list was announced; Ferrell and Kaminsky are carryovers from the initial list. Michigan’s Caris LeVert, Michigan State’s Branden Dawson, Maryland’s Dez Wells, Nebraska’s Terran Petteway and Wisconsin’s Sam Dekker all fell of the latest list. Not to worry, though, because all players are eligible to be named finalists, which will be announced in March.

Empire State Building shines in scarlet & gray to honor Ohio State's title

Congratulations to @theohiostateuniversity! Our lights are now shining in scarlet and grey to honor their #CFBPlayoff victory over the University of Oregon. A photo posted by Empire State Building (@empirestatebldg) on Jan 12, 2015 at 9:19pm PST Yes, that’s the Empire State Building. And yes, that’s the Empire State Building shining in scarlet and gray. [ MORE: Top 5 Ohio State tweets | Ohio State No. 1 in AP Poll | Brutus to Disney ] The iconic building went with Ohio State colors to honor the Buckeyes’ victory over Oregon in the first championship game of the playoff era Monday

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Dienhart: For Ohio State, 2015 is a time to dream really big

BTN's Tom Dienhart writes: "Ohio State is on the precipice of becoming an "it" program, a college football bellwether and 10,000-pound beast. Urban Meyer's program is 38-3 in three years and has yet to lose a Big Ten regular-season game en route to posting a 24-0 mark. This win last night may be first of a run of national championships for the Buckeyes."