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Dienhart: 101 questions for Big Ten media days

Big Ten media days kick off on Thursday in Chicago. Myriad queries will be asked by the Fourth Estate, but not all of them will be posed or answered. Me? I have a long list of questions—101, to be exact–as we sit on the precipice of the 2012 season. See all 101 of my questions in this post. Have any other ones you want me to ask a player or coach? Send it to me in the comment section at the bottom of this post or tweet it to @BTNTomDienhart. 1. Is Andrew Maxwell the answer at quarterback for Michigan

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Go Inside Big Ten Football With Our Crew

We inch closer to another season of Big Ten football every day, and with 2012 conference games comes a fresh season of “The Journey.” If you love watching our award-winning show for moments like the videos in this post, then you’ll love “The Journey: Big Ten Football 2012.” It debuts Oct. 3, but you can follow our Journey crew every step of the way on Twitter and our recently launched Facebook and Instagram (BTNJourney) pages. On Twitter, we’ll be using the Twitter hashtag #BTNJourney both during the shows and all the days in between. In previous seasons this show documented the

Badgers-Boilers to play in Week 4 in 2013

Wisconsin football coach Bret Bielema has long been a proponent of playing Big Ten games during the season’s first four weeks, and he’ll get his wish in 2013. Wisconsin announced Wednesday in a press release that it will host Purdue on Sept. 21, 2013 – also known as Week 4 – one week before the Big Ten typically starts conference play. “One of the things that I’m excited about is adding a conference game to that beginning four weeks of the schedule, much the same as the SEC does,” Bielema said in the release. “It’s similar to the SEC model,

Big Ten web links: Wednesday's top clicks

Big Ten media days kick off on Thursday in Chicago. Get all the latest Big Ten web links in this post. MICHIGAN QUESTIONS: Prior to heading to the event, AnnArbor.com scribe Kyle Meinke posed five questions around the Wolverine program as it heads to the Windy City. Perhaps the most interesting is how Michigan will handle higher expectations after surprising the nation in 2011 with an 11-2 season that was capped by a Sugar Bowl triumph over Virginia Tech. It’s easy to be under the radar. Much tougher to play with a target on your back. MEDIA DAY HOT TOPICS:

Preseason Big Ten Player Rankings: Ball, Short on top

Big Ten media days kick off Thursday in Chicago, so I thought I’d release my preseason Big Ten player rankings. I’m going to do these a little different this year. In previous years, I’d rank the top 10 players, which often became a tough task with all the talent on both sides of the ball. To account for both sides, I’ll rank the top six offensive and defensive players each week. Why six? Well, because there are six teams in each division. So, consider offense the Legends Division and the defense the Leaders Division, or vice-versa. OFFENSE 1. Montee Ball,

B1G Championship Game tickets go on sale Saturday

Tickets for the 2012 Big Ten Football Championship Game will go on sale to the general public on Saturday, July 28 at 10 a.m. ET. The second annual Big Ten Football Championship Game will be played on Saturday, December 1, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis and will begin at 8:17 p.m. ET on FOX. Tickets can be purchased through Ticketmaster at www.ticketmaster.com or by calling (800) 745-3000. Tickets range from $50 to $125 depending on seat location and orders will be limited to eight tickets. In addition, every Big Ten Football Championship Game ticket will allow complimentary admission to

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Big Ten Web Links: More Penn State reaction

News about the NCAA sanctions against Penn State dominated the headlines Monday. Seemingly everyone around the nation had a take, and for the most part agreed with the severe sanctions levied by NCAA prez Mark Emmert. But here are a few aspects of the story that didn’t get as much play. For starters, amid the penalties it was announced that any players already on the Penn State roster could transfer to any school immediately and be eligible. This is devastating news for the Nittany Lions. REDD ON THE MOVE? There already has been this report that running back Silas Redd

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Reader Mail: Can Spartans drop Wolverines again?

You have questions. And, of course, I have answers. It’s time for my latest Big Ten Mailbag and my readers brought some solid questions this week. What’s on your mind? Football, naturally. In this week’s edition, I’m asked if Michigan State can continue its dominance over instate rival Michigan and if a Big Ten city could bid for the national championship game? See all of my answers to your questions in this post. And, as always, thanks for all of the questions! Please tell me that Indiana will beat Indiana State in the season opener? – Ben You have to

Big Ten Daily Links: See Friday's best clicks

It’s Friday … it’s late July … but the Big Ten football news never sleeps. DELANY TALK: If the Chronicle of Higher Learning has its way, Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany could be given the power to fire coaches. Crazy. The report had the nation stirring. Of course, this is all in response to the revelations in the Freeh Report on the Penn State scandal, which exposed a cover up by the university leaders—including Joe Paterno–of horrific sex crimes of former coach Jerry Sandusky. Empowering Delany may sound good in theory, but how would a conference commissioner know what’s going

BTN to Air Thursday's Football Media Day Live

BTN will kick off the 2012 Big Ten football season Thursday, July 26, with nearly five hours of live televised coverage of Big Ten Football Media Days from the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place in Chicago. The show also will be available on BTN2Go. Mike Hall and Chris Martin will anchor the network’s coverage from the BTN studios beginning at 11a.m. ET. Coverage will include full press conferences for all 12 head coaches, as well as Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany and Big Ten Coordinator of Football Officials Bill Carollo.  BTN will also re-air the press conferences at 8 p.m. ET