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Analyzing Michigan State's 2012 Schedule

Michigan State Spartans running back Le'Veon Bell (24) celebrates with teammates after scoring a touchdown during the game against the Youngstown State Penguins at Spartan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mike Carter-US PRESSWIRE

Andrew Maxwell Interview - Michigan State Spring Football Game

Michigan State’s 2012 football schedule is an interesting one, partly because of what happens right from the start. And you can be sure there is a very rugged three-game stretch in the second half of their season. This post on the Spartans is just the latest in my series analyzing the upcoming schedules by Big Ten school. Have a look at my previous posts, and I’ll have the rest of them rolled out in the coming days.

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Dienhart: Q&A with Purdue's Danny Hope

Purdue Boilermakers head coach Danny Hope during the first quarter against the Western Michigan Broncos at the 2011 Little Caesars Bowl at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Tim Fuller-US PRESSWIRE

Danny Hope Spring Football Interview

Danny Hope admits that this is his best team at Purdue. He enters his fourth season in West Lafayette with a 16-21 record (10-14 Big Ten) after first arriving from Eastern Kentucky as Purdue’s head-coach-in-waiting in 2008 under Joe Tiller. Hope assumed command in 2009 and guided Purdue to its first bowl since 2007 last season, when the Boilers downed Western Michigan in the Little Caesar’s Bowl.

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Dienhart: Ranking My Top Big Ten Tandems

When it comes to fabulously famous tandems, there have been many over the years. TV’s Captain Kirk and Spock. Literature and film’s Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson. Google’s Larry Page and Sergey Brin. You see where I’m going. Each individual helps make the duo’s value greater than just the sum of their parts. What are the best tandems in the Big Ten? Glad you asked.

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Monday's Links: Quick Spin Around Today's Stories

Is there a better collection of running backs in the Big Ten than Michigan’s assemblage of talent? Also, come meet Iowa’s new left offensive tackle. And which team wants a real strong non-conference football schedule? All that and more in Monday’s Big Ten football headlines.

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Twitter Tips: Meet Experts Tracking Your Team

Social media on the Internet goes hand in hand with sports, whether it’s getting newsy updates on your teams or talking to other fans and experts during live events. Spend a little time on our Social Media page to see what BTN has been doing. Most recently we collected our favorite Twitter accounts and shared them with you. BTN.com web editor Brent Yarina (@BTNBrentYarina on Twitter) broke out our favorites by school and asked readers to add any others in the comments section of each post.

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Dienhart: Analyzing Iowa's 2012 Schedule

Iowa Hawkeyes head coach Kirk Ferentz looks at the scoreboard late in the fourth quarter against the Indiana Hoosiers at Kinnick Stadium. Iowa won 45-24. Mandatory Credit: Byron Hetzler-US PRESSWIRE

Iowa Spring Game - Football Highlights

As we head into our first football-less weekend after three straight weekends of Spring Games coverage, I continue my Big Ten football team’s schedule analysis with a look at the Iowa Hawkeyes and their 2012 slate. If you missed my earlier ones, we covered Illinois here and Indiana over here. we’re rolling them all out in the coming days right here.

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