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8:00 PMW. Illinois at WisconsinWatch
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6:00 PMMichigan at IndianaWatch
7:00 PMAkron at Ohio St.Watch

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The week that was:'s top 10 stories

It’s Monday, and that means it’s time to take a look back at’s top 10 most-read stories of the week that was. See all 10 stories, plus our top video, in this post. 1. BTN releases 2014 prime-time football slate 2. Yarina: A super-early look at 2014-15 hoops predictions 3. Dienhart: Here are my final Big Ten hoops grades 4. NFL Draft history: Big Ten stunners & surprises 5. Bardo: Top returning Big Ten basketball players 6. NFL Draft: Where could Big Ten prospects land? 7. Video: Michigan State spring game highlights 8. Dienhart: Michigan State defense still has

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Who will be Big Ten's best wide receiver in 2014?

The Big Ten lost a lot of talent at receiver, including, but not limited to, Jared Abbrederis, Corey Brown, Quincy Enunwa, Jeremy Gallon, Cody Latimer and Allen Robinson. With all of that top-flight production gone, which receiver will have the best 2014 season? See’s Sean Merriman and Brent Yarina’s predictions in this post. Sean Merriman Stefon Diggs, Maryland. From a pure talent standpoint, Diggs gets my vote for the top wideout in the Big Ten next season, and it really isn’t even that close. The only question is, how will Diggs respond after having surgery to repair a broken fibula

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Kyle Flood gives thoughts on Rutgers spring game

Rutgers completed its spring drills with the Scarlet & White Spring Game on Saturday afternoon. Now, the next time you see Rutgers take the field, it will be as a member of the Big Ten. The Scarlet Knight, along with Maryland, become an official member July 1. Hear Flood’s post-spring impressions in this post. FINAL: White 21, Scarlet 0. Desmon Peoples leads the way rushing for 85yds and 2 TDs to give the white squad the win! — Rutgers Football (@RFootball) April 26, 2014 Photo Gallery: Some of the sights from today’s Scarlet & White spring game #RFootball –

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

Video: DiNardo, Griffith talk Iowa spring game

Iowa held its annual spring game Saturday afternoon. The Hawkeyes, fresh off an 8-5 season, will enter the 2014 season as one of the favorites to challenge for the inaugural West Division crown. Hear from Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz and get Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith’s analysis of the Hawkeyes spring and 2014 outlook in this post.

NCAA Football: Rose Bowl-Stanford vs Michigan State

Merriman: 5 stars from MSU's spring football game

The defending Big Ten and Rose Bowl champion Michigan State took the field on Saturday afternoon in the annual Green-White spring football game at Spartan Stadium. There were plenty of stars on both sides of the ball, including quarterback Connor Cook, who hooked up with tight end Josiah Price for a game-winning touchdown pass with 27 seconds left to lead the White team to a 20-13 win over the Green Team. Here’s a look at five players who stood out in today’s MSU spring football game. [ MORE: Dienhart: My take from MSU’s spring game ] 1. Darian Hicks, CB,

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Dienhart: Michigan State defense still has it

EAST LANSING, Mich. – Those were real, live hits on quarterbacks in today’s Michigan State spring game. What else would you expect from a Spartans program renowned for its toughness? At one point in the second quarter, quarterback Damion Terry absorbed a wallop that sent him to the sideline. The famed “Spartan Dawg” defense that roughed up Stanford in the Rose Bowl still has it, in case you were wondering. This will be the last time we see Michigan State until Aug. 29, when the Spartans open the season playing host to Jacksonville State on a Friday. And, frankly, I’m


Sparty takes handoff, and runs for touchdown

It isn’t a Michigan State spring game without a Sparty play. In what has become a tradition under Mark Dantonio, the Michigan State mascot lined up in the backfield and took a handoff in Saturday afternoon’s spring finale. While Sparty scored on the scamper, let’s just say, Pat Narduzzi’s defense didn’t look like a Pat Narduzzi defense on the play. The unit probably felt bad for him after it put a licking on him the last two years. See Sparty’s last three runs in this post. [ MORE: Photo: Get your first look at Michigan State’s Rose Bowl ring ]

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Michigan State's Rose Bowl ring is kind of impressive

BTN’s Lisa Byington gave Michigan State fans a sneak peek at the team’s Rose Bowl ring during Saturday afternoon’s spring game. The ring, which the Spartans haven’t seen yet, is quite impressive. It’s large, too. Like, really large. See a few pictures of the ring in this post. [ MORE: Watch all the top highlights, moments from Michigan State’s spring game ] Our @LisaByington gives you a first-look at @MSU_Football's Rose Bowl ring. — Brent Yarina (@BTNBrentYarina) April 26, 2014 A couple more looks at @MSU_Football's Rose Bowl ring, modeled by @LisaByington. — Brent Yarina (@BTNBrentYarina) April 26,

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Video: Michigan State spring game highlights

The reigning Big Ten and Rose Bowl champ, Michigan State closed out its spring season with its annual Green-White Spring Game on Saturday afternoon. Did you miss the game? If so, watch the replay on BTN2Go. We compiled some of the top highlights and moments from Spartan Stadium in this post. Jermaine Edmondson gets INT on first play: Damion Terry takes sweep into end zone: Connor Cook throws TD pass, rides OL’s Tom Dienhart joins booth: Keith Mumphrey makes diving TD grab: Mark Dantonio addresses crowd, honors Rose Bowl players: Sparty takes the handoff and runs it into the end

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Northwestern players vote on union question

In a historic vote, Northwestern football players cast secret ballots Friday on whether to form the nation’s first union for college athletes – a decision that could change the landscape of American amateur sports. “You got to give the people what they want!” one of the players shouted at reporters, who were kept away from the players as they entered a campus building to vote. Some waved and another busted out dance moves. [ MORE: Read all of our unionization coverage ] Results of the unprecedented vote won’t be revealed any time soon. After the vote, the ballot boxes will