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Mark Dantonio: Michigan State 'extremely concerned' about allegations

With his program embroiled in a sexual assault investigation, Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio decided more conventional questions about spring practice would have to wait. There are far more serious issues facing the Spartans this offseason.

Oregon next obstacle for Cinderella Michigan

There are two compelling stories heading into the NCAA Tournament Midwest Region matchup between Michigan and Oregon. The Wolverines and the Ducks face off in the first of two semifinals on Thursday night at Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri.

Big Ten Q&A: Purdue AD Mike Bobinski

Tom Dienhart caught up with first-year Purdue AD Mike Bobinski as the Boilermakers celebrate a Big Ten title in men's basketball and first-year football coach Jeff Brohm builds his program.

Watch Ohio State football players put on dunk show

It’s no secret that football players are as athletic as they come. And it’s no secret that Ohio State players are as athletic as they come. The video in the tweet below is your proof. Advice: Watch the full video, because the last two dunks, courtesy of Rashod Berry and Malik Harrison, the eventual champion, are must-see stuff. Hey @espn @ESPNAssignDesk you just let us know when you need us to send you this video for #SCTop10 😎#BallIsLife #MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/P1LwSKgHuf — Ohio State Football (@OhioStateFB) March 1, 2017

Big Ten Spring Football Preview: Rutgers Scarlet Knights

Chris Ash endured a challenging debut at Rutgers. The problems were many on both sides of the ball. How bad was it in 2016? After a 2-1 start, the Scarlet Knights finished the season with nine losses in a row. RU got shut out four times.

Big Ten Spring Football Preview: Penn State Nittany Lions

Penn State is coming off a stunningly surprising season that saw it win the Big Ten title in James Franklin’s third season. Who saw that coming? No one. What will Penn State do for an encore? Well, the Nittany Lions could repeat, as most of the key cogs from last season are back.

Big Ten Spring Football Preview: Purdue Boilermakers

A new era is dawning in West Lafayette, Indiana, as Jeff Brohm takes over a woebegone program that won a scant nine games over the last four years. Now, the only way to go is up, right? That’s the hope.