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Dienhart: Ranking 2012 Big Ten games Part IV

Another day, another step closer to the finale of my countdown of the top 2012 Big Ten football games. Today, I’m looking at games 21-39. And tomorrow, of course, it will 1-20. Which game will be No. 1? You’ll have to wait. Earlier this week, I did games 40-59, 60-79 and 80-96. Like rankings like this? You need to check out my Rankings archive, where I rank all things Big Ten, including my top 2012 Big Ten units. 21. Wisconsin at Penn State, Nov. 24. The Nittany Lions may be fighting for bowl eligibility under first-year coach Bill O’Brien, while

Big Ten releases names to attend Kickoff Luncheon

On Wednesday afternoon, the Big Ten Conference released the list of student-athletes who will attend the 2012 Big Ten Media Days and Kickoff Luncheon on Thursday and Friday, July 26 and 27, at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place in Chicago. Three players from every team will be in attendance, as well as all 12 head coaches. See the complete list of players in this post. LEGENDS DIVISION IOWA James Ferentz, Sr., C* Micah Hyde, Sr., DB* James Vandenberg, Sr., QB MICHIGAN Jordan Kovacs, Sr., S* Taylor Lewan, Jr., OT* Denard Robinson, Sr., QB* MICHIGAN STATE Max Bullough, Jr., LB* Andrew

Dienhart: 12 Newcomers to watch in 2012

Every season, there are fresh faces that make impacts–true freshmen, redshirt freshmen, transfers from four-year schools, junior-college transfers. And often times, the newcomers seemingly come out of nowhere to make big impacts. Perfect example: Lavonte David two seasons ago. Following is a look at one newcomer from each Big Ten team who has a good chance to make a significant impact this season. Consider this your chance to learn about these guys now. ILLINOIS Josh Ferguson, RB – The diminutive redshirt freshman (5-10, 180) has a burst and extra giddy-up that make him a threat to score each time he

Big Ten Mascots Join "Call Me Maybe" Craze

The video view counter on YouTube suggests that many of you have seen the variety of video spoofs of Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” video. There was the Harvard baseball team, the SMU rowing team, and the Miami Dolphins cheerleaders. Even Sesame Street’s Cookie Monster got in on the act with his own distinct cookie-related twist. You can now count a handful of Big Ten mascots as inspired fans of the song, too. A sharp-eyed reader spotted this video posted on the YouTube channel for The Real Sparty, which is run by the Michigan State Student Alumni Foundation. If

Dienhart: Ranking 2012 Big Ten games Part III

The countdown of my top 2012 Big Ten football games continues with games 40-59. That’s right, I’m ranking all the Big Ten games for this upcoming season. Yesterday, I did games 60-79, and the day before it was 80-96. I’ll continue to work my way to the top games each of the next two days. Like rankings like this? You need to check out my Rankings archive, where I rank all things Big Ten, including my top 2012 Big Ten units. Also, get all my latest Big Ten football posts right here. 40. Purdue at Notre Dame, Sept. 8: Notre

NCAA Football 13's top 10 Big Ten players

BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart scribes a weekly Big Ten player rankings post during the college football season, and it’s a popular fall staple. Well, with the highly anticipated release of NCAA Football 13, we have a different kind of Big Ten player ranking for you. This one comes straight from the game’s top overall players. See its top 10 rated Big Ten players in this post. 1. Montee Ball, RB, Wisconsin – 98 rating T-2. Kawann Short, DT, Purdue – 95 T-2. Silas Redd, RB, Penn State – 95 4. Chris Borland, LB, Wisconsin – 94 T-5. Travis Frederick,

Dienhart: Q&A with Wisconsin OC Matt Canada

Wisconsin offensive coordinator Matt Canada realizes the situation he’s stepping into in Madison. He’s taking over an attack that ranked No. 1 in the Big Ten in total offense (469.9 ypg), No. 1 in rushing (235.6 ypg) and No. 1 in scoring (44.1 ppg) last season under former coordinator Paul Chryst, who left to become head coach at Pitt following consecutive Rose Bowl trips in the 2010-11 seasons. Canada—one of six new Badger assistants for the two-time defending Big Ten champs–expects the vaunted Badger offense to continue to dominate after arriving from Northern Illinois, where he served under ex-Badger defensive

Dienhart: Ranking 2012 Big Ten games Part II

The countdown of my top 2012 Big Ten football games continues with games 60-79. That’s right, I’m ranking all the Big Ten games this season. Yesterday, I did games 80-96, and I’ll continue to work my way to the top games each of the next three days. Like rankings like this? You need to check out my Rankings archive, where I rank all things Big Ten, including my top 2012 Big Ten units. Also, get all my latest Big Ten football posts right here. 60. Utah State at Wisconsin, Sept. 15: This game could be better than you think. Utah

Never too early: 2012-13 Bowl schedule released

The 2012-13 college bowl schedule was released Tuesday afternoon. There’s a total of 35 bowl games this upcoming season, including eight with Big Ten tie-ins. [BTN.com: 2012-2013 College Football Bowls Schedule] Big Ten Bowl Games Wed., Dec. 26: Little Caesar’s Bowl, Detroit, Mich., ESPN (7:30 p.m. ET) Fri. Dec. 28: Meineke Car Care Bowl, Houston, Texas, ESPN (9 p.m. ET) Sat., Dec. 29: Valley of the Sun Bowl, Tempe, Ariz., ESPN (10:15 p.m. ET)* Tue., Jan. 1: TicketCity Bowl, Dallas, Texas, ESPNU (noon ET) Tue., Jan. 1: Gator Bowl, Jacksonville, Fla., ESPN2 (noon ET) Tue., Jan. 1: Outback Bowl, Tampa,

Dienhart: Click Tuesday's top Big Ten web links

It’s hot out there, people. Be careful. Stay inside, and click on these cool Big Ten football links. HAPPY TO BE IN HAPPY VALLEY: Bill O’Brien has no regrets about taking the Penn State job. Yes, there are some big hurdles to overcome, but O’Brien is choosing to focus on what he can control while pointing toward the future. There still is a lot to sell at Penn State. The fan base is among the most rabid in the nation, the facilities are quality and the resources are abundant. And what offensive player wouldn’t want to play for O’Brien, who