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Penn State adds #OneTeam sign to sideline

The changes keep coming at Penn State. The latest example is a new sign on the team’s sideline, with the Twitter hash tag #OneTeam. Penn State opens the season Sept. 1 vs. Ohio, and this sign is hardly the only thing that will be different from last season. Earlier this week, Penn State also announced it will have new uniforms for the 2012 season. @KevinOnCFB tweeted a picture of the new sign Thursday morning, and you can see it and other Penn State media day coverage in this post. With all the changes, it comes as no surprise University Park

Big Ten Web Links: Read Thursday's best clicks

We’re in Lincoln, one day after watching Iowa practice on the first stop of our summer bus tour. Don’t forget you can watch Iowa’s preview show at 10 p.m. ET Thursday. Until then, here are Thursday’s best Big Ten web links. MORE ON MEYER: ESPN has a monster story on Ohio State coach Urban Meyer that is fascinating in its gritty and detail—detail that often times makes you wince. Example: When Meyer’s daughter Gigi was making comments at a ceremony at her high school while announcing the college she was attending to play volleyball, she looked at her dad and

Clothes Call: Ranking Big Ten football helmets

When Tom Dienhart wrote that Penn State should put blue ribbon stickers on both sides of its helmet, it got my attention. No helmet, it seems, is as sacred as Penn State’s  – not even Michigan’s. After all, the Wolverines are coming off a season in which they added numbers to their lids and put gray facemasks in the rotation, both nods to the past. It’s back to the usual look in 2012. The last time Penn State made a significant change to its helmet: 1987, when it went from gray to blue facemasks. That’s a commitment to one look.

Big Ten web links: Wednesday's top clicks

I’m in Iowa City today to take in Iowa’s practice. It’s the first stop on our annual summer bus tour, and I’m excited to watch the team’s running backs, among other things. Enough about me, it’s time to bring you all of Wednesday’s top Big Ten web links. VETERAN HUSKERS: If experience matters, Nebraska is in good shape for the 2012 season. According to Steve Sipple of the Lincoln Journal Star, the Cornhuskers have 29 seniors and 26 juniors on the roster. And among that massive senior class are 22 fifth-year seniors. No doubt, that veteran leadership will go a

Dienhart: Penn State should add ribbon sticker to helmet

I like Penn State’s decision to wear a blue ribbon to support all victims of child abuse, all as a result of the heinous Jerry Sandusky scandal that has brought the football program to its knees with crippling NCAA sanctions. But instead of wearing the ribbon on jerseys, I would affix a ribbon sticker on each side of the iconic Penn State helmet. That would have been a much more prominent area to display the ribbon, giving it more exposure and thus more of an impact. [BTN.com: Penn State announces changes to football uniform] US PRESSWIRE It’s important not to

Penn State announces changes to football uniform

There were rumors that it was going to happen, and now it’s official: Penn State will have different uniforms for the 2012 season, its first under head coach Bill O’Brien. The school announced Tuesday that the uniforms will feature a blue ribbon to support all victims of child abuse and, for the first time, player names on the back of the jerseys. [GoPSUSports.com: Penn State announces changes to 2012 football uniform] Here are a couple quotes from the release: “The Penn State community stands with all victims of child abuse,” Acting Athletic Director David Joyner said. “Coach Bill O’Brien and

Clothes Call: Big Ten summer practice edition

When this photo surfaced earlier this summer, I couldn’t help but take a look around Big Ten football camps to see if there was anything similar. I did find this in Iowa City and later this in Ann Arbor, but they’re not nearly as old-school. So, unfortunately, there’s nothing as epic as Auburn’s new practice bottoms. I did notice a few changes from last season, though, and you can see all of them in this post. ILLINOIS I’ve yet to find visual proof of it, but in Tim Beckman’s first camp, Illinois players who are rehabbing don purple jerseys, according

Ready, set, click Tuesday's best B1G web links

Happy Tuesday! I’m on my way to Iowa City, Iowa, the first stop on our annual Summer Football Tour. I’m excited to see the Hawkeyes practice Wednesday. Before I file my report, check out the day’s top Big Ten web links in this post. GHOLSTON TIME: Drew Sharp of the Detroit Free Press sounds off on Michigan State defensive end William Gholston. There may not be a player I am more excited to watch this season than the Spartan defensive end. HUNGRY SPARTANS: Yes, Michigan State has won 11 games in each of the previous two seasons. But the Spartans

How does "B1G" patch look on your team's jersey? Here you go

With the first Big Ten football game still three-plus weeks away, I’m looking for any excuse to talk football. Uniform updates help me pass the time. Today is no different, especially with the release of Wisconsin’s new adidas alternate uniform. On a smaller note, the conference has a new rule that requires every team to wear a “B1G” patch on its jerseys. It’s been reported quite a bit and it’s something I tried to spotlight in my media days Clothes Call recap, but here is photo evidence. Not a big thing at all. It’s something the conference is implementing this

Big Ten web links: Get Monday's best clicks

It’s Monday, and we’re one week closer to football season. There, that should help you get through this day. If not, maybe my latest Big Ten daily links can do the trick. Get to clicking in this post. UNSURE ABOUT ILLINI: How will Illinois do this season? Don’t ask long-time Fighting Illini writer Mark Tupper of the Decatur Herald-Review. He has no idea. None. There are many unknowns in Champaign as Tim Beckman embarks on his first season as coach. Beckman thinks a big reason why the Illini struggled down the stretch during an epic 0-6 collapse to the regular