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Video: Ohio State's Joey Bosa nails standing backflip

Remember Braylon Edwards’ standing backflip following Michigan’s 2004 win over Minnesota? It was impressive. Edwards went on to do an “easier” flip in the NFL. It’s one thing for a receiver to do a backflip, but it’s a completely different thing when a defensive lineman does it. In a J.J. Watt-esque gym video, Ohio State’s Joey Bosa made a standing backflip look way too easy. Update: the video is from two years ago but was just posted.

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Best of Week 1: Wisconsin vs. LSU, what else?

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Gary Andersen Talks with Rick Pizzo

With the season less than 100 days away and preview magazines on the shelves of the local Piggly Wiggly, it’s never too early to start looking forward to the college football season. This week, I begin to take a week-by-week look at the coming season, highlighting what to look for. Consider it an early, early preview. You’re welcome.

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Breaking down the Big Ten non-con sked

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Ameer Abdullah 37-Yard TD Run

The formula for building a non-conference schedule is pretty standard: play one challenging game vs. a team from a Power 5 league (ACC, Big 12, Pac-12, SEC, Big Ten) and three games vs. foes from “lesser” conferences. And ideally, three of the four games are at home. But, as you can see, not all non-conference games are created equally.

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Photos: Buckeye gets engaged to Bryce Harper

Ohio State soccer player Kayla Varner got engaged to boyfriend and MLB star Bryce Harper last week. Varner, a Las Vegas native just like Harper, spent her first two seasons at BYU before playing in Columbus last fall. A forward and midfielder, Varner tallied two goals and five assists in 15 starts.

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Ohio State women win second straight NCAA rowing crown

The No. 1 Ohio State rowing team won its second consecutive NCAA Championship on Sunday morning at Eagle Creek Park, totaling 126 points after claiming individual national titles in the first and second varsity eights and a seventh-place overall finish in the first varsity four.

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BTN.com's breakout players to watch in 2014

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Tom Dienhart Gives His Spring Football Impression

Thursday, the BTN.com panel offered its picks for the Big Ten’s most underrated player entering 2014. Today, it’s time to consider potential breakout players. These are the guys who aren’t household names but have the talent and opportunity to be so in 2014. In other words, guys like Connor Cook, David Cobb and Jeremy Langford prior to last season. See our picks in this post.

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