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Video: Jim Harbaugh goes 'skins' at satellite camp in Alabama

Harbaugh playing Peru ball (video) A post shared by @marksnyder1 on Jun 5, 2015 at 9:51am PDT Jim Harbaugh was a popular topic on social media Friday, and, naturally, it had something to do with his trademark khakis. [ MORE: Check out all of our Gone Viral posts ] Sort of. While conducting his second satellite camp in Prattville, Alabama, where the temperatures reached the 90’s, the new Michigan football coach decided to go topless. So, there was Harbaugh, running drills with high-school football prospects, wearing nothing but his usual hat and khakis. h/t: freep.com And here’s how Harbaugh was dressed at the beginning

Video: Wisconsin K Rafael Gaglianone kicks field goal off nose hold

Rafael Gaglianone is one of the best kickers in the nation. [ MORE: Video: Remember when Dare Ogunbowale posted this trick kick? ] The Wisconsin rising sophomore nailed 19-of-22 (86 percent) field goals last season, including the overtime-forcing and game-winning field goals in the 2015 Outback Bowl vs. LSU. Yeah, but can he make trick kicks? You better believe it! On Wednesday afternoon, Gaglianone tweeted a video of him drilling a field goal with the holder holding the ball down with his nose. Watch the video in the tweet above. h/t: Yahoo! Sports

Penn State athletics commemorates 25 years in Big Ten Conference

Thursday marks the 25th anniversary of Penn State becoming an official member of the Big Ten Conference. To celebrate the occasion, Penn State assistant communication director Tony Mancuso (@GoPSUTony) wrote the story below. *** Just four months into his tenure as commissioner of the Big Ten Conference, Jim Delany recalls an idea brought to the table by former Illinois President Stan Ikenberry. It was October of 1989 when Ikenberry, who spent time as a senior administrator at Penn State earlier in his career, broached the thought of adding an institution to the Big Ten for the first time since Michigan

Big Ten links: Michigan season tickets, Eric LeGrand rehab & much more

Get ‘em while they’re hot: Michigan football season tickets. Oops. They already are sold out. The athletic department released information for two separate football ticket packages earlier this week, and also announced that full season tickets for the 2015 season are no longer available for purchase. The deadline to join the 2015 interest list passed April 30, Earlier in April, Mlive.com says interim athletic director Jim Hackett spoke about the return of Michigan’s season ticket waiting list, something that had been absent from the program for roughly seven years. All of the school’s 81 luxury boxes have been sold out,

Big Ten announces Outstanding Sportsmanship Award winners

The Big Ten announced on Wednesday the 28 honorees named Outstanding Sportsmanship Award winners for the 2014-15 academic year. These standouts were chosen from a group of more than 350 students honored throughout the academic year who had displayed positive sportsmanship. One member of each varsity sports team on every campus was chosen by his or her institution as a Sportsmanship Award honoree, and two Outstanding Sportsmanship Award winners were then selected from each institution. All of the Sportsmanship Award winners have distinguished themselves through sportsmanship and ethical behavior. In addition, these honorees must be in good academic standing and