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The Big Hit: 15 Years Later

On Saturday’s pregame football TV show, BTN profiled two former Big Ten football players who will be forever linked after a collision in a 1997 football game between Michigan and Penn State. In the feature story, Michigan safety Daydrion Taylor and Penn State tight end Bob Stephenson discuss the hit and what life has been like for the past 15 years since then. Watch the full feature here and read their own words in this post.

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Penn State, Michigan field hockey advance

Michigan - Iowa Field Hockey

2012 Big Ten Field Hockey Tournament - Semifinal Wrap-Up

Penn State defeated Iowa 3-2 in the Friday’s first semifinal of the 2012 Big Ten Field Hockey Tournament while Michigan blanked Indiana 3-0. Both winners advance to play in Sunday’s tournament championship is at 2:30 p.m. ET on BTN/BTN2Go.

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Big Ten's Carollo: Rules evolved since 1997 hit


Player Safety a Growing Concern

Big Ten Coordinator of Football Officials Bill Carollo remembers the hit. Whoever saw that hit will never forget it. The collision that took place between Michigan safety Daydrion Taylor and Penn State’s Bob Stephenson back in 1997 resonates today. “And you know what?” says Carollo. “Back then, it was a legal hit. But today, it would be a penalty.”

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Volleyball Report: Huskers stay in title race

The difference 48 hours can make is striking. Late Friday night, Nebraska’s Big Ten Title chances seemed distant and the message boards were offering scenario after unlikely scenario for why the No. 4 Huskers had fallen to No. 20 Ohio State in four sets. On Alumni Night in front of more than 60 former Husker players, Nebraska saw their 39-match regular season home winning streak come to an end in part because of a tentative effort by the home team and a season-defining display by the visitors.

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