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Watch Penn State DT Anthony Zettel roundhouse-kick water bottle

Anthony Zettel is one of the Big Ten’s elite players and athletes. [ MORE: Like this story? Check out our full Gone Viral section ] The Penn State defensive tackle also likes to have fun, and do so on camera. Earlier this summer, Zettel tackled a tree, which drew more than its share of attention. Sunday night, he was back at it, this time roundhouse-kicking a water bottle out of a teammate’s raised hand in the Penn State locker room. Zettel kicked the bottle so hard that it nearly took out a teammate. Luckily, the teammate, believed to be Saquan

Follow our Summer Football Camp Tour & watch BTN Live for updates

BTN’s annual summer football camp tour is back as we visit all 14 Big Ten training camps and count down the days to #KickoffOnBTN. Watch “BTN Live” weekdays at 6 p.m. ET for various camp coverages, and find the daily show on Facebook and Twitter. Also, follow BTN on social media for bonus coverage from the road, too. That includes: Pictures & videos on BTN’s Instagram page Camp updates via BTN’s Facebook page Camp reports from senior writer Tom Dienhart (@BTNTomDienhart) Find us on Snapchat at bigtennetwork for stories from each stop Occasional live video reports from various stops via

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3 things Tom Dienhart will be watching at Illinois football practice

The 2015 BTN bus tour is officially underway. We will trek to all 14 schools to watch a practice and talk to coaches and players, getting one last time to “kick the tires” on each team before the season kicks off. The tour heads West first. And stop No. 1 is Illinois, which will be working out off campus in nearby Rantoul, Illinois, where the Fighting Illini will practice 14 times on the former Chanute Air Force Base. The squad lovingly refers to it as “Camp Rantoul.” Here are three things I’ll be looking for as I watch Tim Beckman’s

Watch this incredible Michigan football hype video

There is plenty of hype surrounding the Michigan football program heading into the 2015 season. However, if you are in need of a little something extra to get you excited, we've got you covered!

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Predict It: Who will be 2015 Big Ten rushing TD leader?

The last time we saw Ezekiel Elliott he was running all over teams like Wisconsin, Alabama and Oregon. Will the Big Ten's returning leader in touchdown runs finish atop the leaderboard this fall?

BTN Hits the Road to Open 2015 Football Season Coverage

CHICAGO – BTN kicks off its 2015 football coverage with the season debut of BTN Live on Monday, as the ninth annual football bus tour departs for all 14 Big Ten campuses. BTN Live, airing at 6 PM ET Monday through Friday and simulcast on select Fox Sports Radio affiliates, will include analysis and interviews from the various campuses over the duration of the bus tour. Complete tour details can be found on Facebook, Twitter and BTN Live throughout the month of August is presented by Culligan. Also included in BTN’s studio coverage this season is B1G Football and

Michigan Stadium lowers seating capacity, remains largest venue

Michigan Stadium is reducing its seating capacity in 2015, however it will remain the nation’s largest stadium. The athletic department announced Friday morning that the Big House’s new official capacity is 107,601, a decrease of 2,000. Penn State’s Beaver Stadium is the second-largest stadium with a capacity of 106,572. The iconic 88-year-old venue lowered seating capacity in an effort to increase its accessibility and configuration adjustments for major non-football events. ADA accessibility will be the biggest changes fans notice, as seats were eliminated to widen aisles and install hand railings around the entire bowl, with the exception of the student

Eric W. Kaler

Minnesota accepts resignation of AD Norwood Teague

The University of Minnesota announced Friday morning that it has accepted the resignation of athletics director Norwood Teague. Teague, 48, was hired in April 2012, replacing Joel Maturi; he hired men’s basketball coach Richard Pitino and women’s basketball coach Marlene Stollings, among other hires. Teague came to Minnesota from VCU, where he spent six seasons and hired Shaka Smart, now the head coach at Texas. Minnesota president Eric W. Kaler held a press conference Friday afternoon to address the resignation. Watch his opening remarks in the video above. Friday morning, Teague filmed this statement. Here’s a quick look at Minnesota’s