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Tuesday Oct 25
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7:00 PMColumbia at Rutgers Watch
7:00 PMSt. Louis at IndianaWatch
7:00 PMDelaware at MarylandWatch
8:00 PMW. Illinois at WisconsinWatch
Wednesday Oct 26
6:00 PMMichigan at IndianaWatch
7:00 PMAkron at Ohio St.Watch
7:00 PMOhio St. at Penn St.Watch

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Wisconsin at Ohio State

Video: Ohio State football players showed off dance moves Sunday

We know the Ohio State football team can play football really well. But can the national champs dance? The Buckeyes showed off their moves with the dance team at halftime of the Ohio State men’s basketball season finale vs. Wisconsin on Sunday afternoon. Whether they can dance or not, well, just check out the video above. One thing’s for sure: Ezekiel Elliott won’t be wearing his cropped jersey in 2015, per a new NCAA rule. ALL THE RIGHT MOVES on & off the field! 2014 National Champion #Buckeyes perform w/ @OhioStateDT #GoBucks — Ohio State Buckeyes (@OhioStAthletics) March 9,

Big Ten Football: Six key coaching changes made on existing staffs

The Big Ten saw three schools make coaching changes after last season, with Michigan, Wisconsin and Nebraska all bringing in new leaders. But other schools didn’t stand pat, making significant changes to their staffs. Here’s a look at the six key coaching changes made on existing staffs after 2014. 1. Ohio State: Tim Beck, co-offensive coordinator: When offensive coordinator Tom Herman took the Houston job, Urban Meyer scored a home run when he landed this former Nebraska play-caller. Beck is a Youngstown, Ohio, native who is well-connected in Ohio and Texas recruiting circles. And he’s smart. Beck will double as

Randy Gregory knocks the head off of ESPN’s Sport Science Dummy

So, @RandyGregory_4 knocked the #SportsScience tackling dummy's head off. Never been done before. — Rand Getlin (@Rand_Getlin) March 5, 2015 It is no secret that former Nebraska standout Randy Gregory is a hard hitter. The 6-6, 235 pound DE/LE prospect is projected to be a top 10 selection in the upcoming NFL Draft. But what he did during a recent shoot of ESPN’s Sports Science is truly incredible. During a test on the show, Gregory hit the tackling dummy with such force that he knocked the dummy’s head off, which has never been done before. At this year’s NFL

Wisconsin at Minnesota

Big Ten links: Badgers take title, White revives Iowa & spring football news

Take a spin around Friday's Big Ten headlines starting with Wisconsin's impressive run to the regular season title. Also, we've got a great story on how Iowa's Aaron White revived the Hawkeyes and a few more updates on a handful of Big Ten football teams. Spring football games are less than a month away. Read on.

Ohio State fan’s College Football Playoff trophy snow sculpture

The snow version of the College Football National Championship Trophy! #GoBucks #buckeyes — The Buckeye Nut (@TheBuckeyeNut) March 4, 2015 It’s been a long, cold winter in the Midwest and throughout Big Ten country. With winter comes snow, and with snow comes snowmen, snow angles and snow sculptures. One Ohio State fan put together a must-see snow creation of this year’s College Football Playoff National Championship trophy, which of course, belongs to the Ohio State Buckeyes. Check it out in the photo on top of this post. Can anyone sculpt a Big Ten Championship trophy? If so, send me

Former MSU RB Le'Veon Bell goes on Twitter rant about Mel Kiper Jr.

Former Michigan State standout Le’Veon Bell, who is set to enter his third NFL season, has already developed into one of the top running backs in the league. The 23-year-old running back rushed for 1,361 yards last season, which ranked second in the NFL, to go along with 83 receptions for 854 yards and three more scores. Bell was named a first-team All-Pro and was selected to his first NFL Pro Bowl this past season. However, NFL Draft Analyst Mel Kiper Jr. did not give Bell great reviews coming out of Michigan State, and Bell went off on the analyst

RB: Tevin Coleman

NFL draft's top running back? One expert picked Tevin Coleman

The debate lasted most of the 2014 season, and it doesn’t appear to be slowing down as the 2015 NFL Draft approaches. Along the way, though, the debate has gone from arguing the Big Ten’s best running back to the NFL’s top running back prospect. Is it Melvin Gordon, the Big Ten Running Back of the Year and 2014 Heisman Trophy finalist? Is it Ameer Abdullah, the all-time all-purpose yards leader at Nebraska and NFL Combine star? Is it Tevin Coleman, the star out of Indiana? Or, is it former Georgia star Todd Gurley? It’s Coleman, according to former Chicago

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Dienhart: Six spring quarterback hot spots in Big Ten country

No position garners attention like quarterback. And, it’s an unsettled position at several Big Ten schools, as spring drills have begun to open. Here is what we know: Penn State (Christian Hackenberg), Minnesota (Mitch Leidner), Iowa (C.J. Beathard), Illinois (Wes Lunt), Nebraska (Tommy Armstrong), Michigan State (Connor Cook), Maryland (Caleb Rowe) and Indiana (Nate Sudfeld) all appear to have a good grasp on who will be their starter in 2015, eliminating much drama in spring drills. But the quarterback situation on some other campuses isn’t as clear. Here’s a look at the “Six Spring Quarterbacking Hot Spots” in Big Ten