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Designer releases Michigan football uniform designs

In early February, people gobbled up our post that spotlighted a designer’s renderings of fake Big Ten helmets. The designer, Charles Sollars, also does uniforms, and he just released a bunch of Michigan designs. I know what you’re thinking: “Why would Michigan ever change uniforms?” It isn’t, and it probably won’t any time soon. These are all for fun and to spark some conversation. See renderings of Sollars’ Michigan uniforms in this post.

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Spring Football: What's On The Horizon

Big Ten football is almost back. Spring practices are set to begin with Northwestern kicking off on March 3 and most sessions culminate with a spring game of sorts. Three schools have new head coaches (Illinois, Ohio State, and Penn State) and the usual roster turnover hits every squad, too. In anticipation of these practices, I took a quick look at three primary areas of development for each school. And here’s the list of spring dates I posted a while back.

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Football Report: Borges & NFL Combine

On Tuesday night’s Big Ten Football Report, BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart joined Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith to discuss the most intriguing secondary in the Big Ten, among other things. Also, Chris Martin and draft expert Russ Lande provided a report from the NFL Combine and Griffith sat down with Michigan offensive coordinator Al Borges, who enters his second season in Ann Arbor. Watch our interview with Borges now and get your combine updates in this post.

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Big Ten products make CFB Hall of Fame ballot

The 2012 Football Bowl Subdivision Ballot for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame was released Tuesday, and the list features 15 former Big Ten players, one former coach, in addition to three Nebraska players and two Penn State players who competed before their schools were a Big Ten member.

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Iowa names Greg Davis OC, QB coach

Greg Davis, who has 33 years of experience as a college football coach, has been named offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Iowa, Kirk Ferentz announced Monday.

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