With the National Letters of Intent signed and sent in, we thought we’d take our annual look at how every Big Ten team announced its signings on Twitter on Wednesday morning.
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For the second time since 2013, Wisconsin finds itself in transition. Gary Andersen abruptly bolted for Oregon State after just two seasons in Madison.
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Rutgers’ debut season in the Big Ten went better than most expected. Kyle Flood led the team to an 8-5 record capped by a bowl victory over North Carolina.
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The building project continues for Darrell Hazell at Purdue. There was progress from Year One to Year Two, as the Boilermakers went from 1-11 overall (0-8 Big Ten) in 2013 to 3-9 (1-7) last season.
Iowa WR Tevaun Smith set out to break Odell Beckham Jr.’s Guinness record of most one-handed catches in a minute. Check it out in this video.
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The debut for James Franklin had its ups and downs. The Nittany Lions opened the season 4-0 and then went in a 2-6 funk to end the season before rallying to beat Boston College in overtime in the Pinstripe Bowl. BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart takes a look at the Top Five Penn State players who must be replaced in 2015.