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'Journey' tells Cosgrove, Hitchens' emotional stories

Connor Cosgrove

The Journey 2012: Big Ten Football (Episode 6, Segment 3)

On Wednesday night’s “The Journey 2012: Big Ten Football,” we featured Minnesota wide receiver Connor Cosgrove and Iowa linebacker Anthony Hitchens. Both players have emotional stories, as the former’s battling leukemia and the latter’s mentor recently needed a liver transplant. Watch a clip from Wednesday’s show that  tells the powerful story of each Big Ten personality now and catch a couple bonus clips in this post.

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Kirk Ferentz

Big Ten Blast: Nov. 7th Morning Edition

Looking for a way to unwind from the dizzying amount of election coverage? You have come to the right place. Sink your teeth into this barrage of Big Ten football news. If your favorite person lost an election last night, they can take a cue from Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz, who is handling some tough times with great decorum and aplomb.

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Next 'Journey' tells 3 more Big Ten stories

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Watch Episode Six of "The Journey 2012: Big Ten Football" This Wednesday

On tonight’s episode of “The Journey 2012″ presented by Best Buy at 7:30 p.m. ET, our crew continues to chronicle the Big Ten football season while telling the stories of  Iowa linebacker Anthony Hitchens, Illinois cornerback Terry Hawthorne, and Minnesota’s Connor Cosgrove, who is battling leukemia.

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Week 11 questions: How will Badger O look sans Stave?

Joel Stave

Every Single Week 10 Touchdown

Like the November rain, the questions never stop coming. Each week I pose a key one for each Big Ten squad. There are some vexing queries this week. Chief among them: How will the Wisconsin offense look without injured quarterback Joel Stave? See what other questions I have as we head toward Week 11 of the Big Ten season.

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Heisman watch: Miller can't bolster case this week

Braxton Miller

Miller Rolls Right, Throws Left for 51-Yard Score

Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein remains the Heisman front-runner, but his future may be murky after he got hurt last week. If Klein misses time or is ineffective, that would open opportunities for Ohio State’s Braxton Miller and others like Notre Dame’s Manti Te’o and Alabama’s A.J. McCarron, among others, to climb the Heisman ladder.

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