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Ra'Shede Hageman

Ra'Shede Hageman: 'I still have soft hands'

Ra’Shede Hageman arrived at Minnesota in 2009 as a tight end, fighting for a place to fit in on Tim Brewster’s roster. Now, the 6-6, 311-pound senior has become arguably the best defensive tackle in the Big Ten under a new regime in the Twin Cities. Hageman began to emerge in 2011, when he recorded 13 tackles (10 solo, three assisted) with four tackles for loss, including two sacks and forced one fumble. Last season, Hageman notched 35 tackles and was second on the team with 6.0 sacks en route to being named honorable mention All-Big Ten by the media.

Jerry Kill

Video: Jerry Kill's emotional locker room speech

Jerry Kill wasn’t expected to be at the Minnesota-Northwestern game Saturday. The head coach was on a leave of absence to get his epilepsy under control, after all. But there was Kill in the Minnesota coaches box at Ryan Field. Kill’s wife, Rebecca, drove him to the game, because he couldn’t stand not being there with his team after missing the Michigan game. Kill spoke to the team at halftime, and he did the same after the game. As expected, his speech was emotional. Here’s what Kill told his team: “I love every one of you. And I’ll tell you

Joe Paterno

B1G Clicks: Tracking today's Big Ten trends

Did you miss something while you stepped away from your computer? We’re tracking some of the best Big Ten social media happenings and posting them all right here. Check out today’s edition, including an all-access video of Chris Collins telling walk-on James Montgomery he has a scholarship. Like what you see? We do this every weekday. Visit our Clicks archive. Here are Tuesday’s B1G Clicks: GoogleMaps reveals tribute to Joe Paterno in Minnesota #B1G #PennState #JoePa @Michael_Mauti — ChiTownLionPSU (@ChiTownLionPSU) October 22, 2013 Our take: You see it? Find the “JOEPA” in the lower middle of the shot.

Devin Gardner

Mailbag: Top tight ends, Connor Cook & more

It’s that time of the week, time for me to reach into my mailbag. Keep those cards and letters coming, as there is much to talk about. This week, Ohio State’s BCS title game hopes, Michigan’s defense, Purdue’s Darrell Hazell and much more. So, let’s get started. [ MORE: Power Rankings | Bowl Projections | Week 8 picks revisited | Week 8 honors ] Wisconsin continues to develop good tight ends who can play at the next level. Who are your top TEs in the B1G? I would like to see where you rank the Badgers Jacob Pedersen, among others.

Shilique Calhoun

Tuesday links: Is MSU defense a 'paper tiger?'

Here is an interesting place to start today’s daily links. The great Mike Griffith of has five alarming things we don’t know about this Michigan State team. Griffith’s most revealing item: Is the Michigan State defense a paper tiger? Interesting. Check out his take: Purdue ran the ball down Michigan State’s throat on its opening drive last Saturday. The defense adjusted, but not before we saw the Spartans get knocked off the ball by arguably the worst rushing attack in the Big Ten. What will happen against a quality run attack? Nebraska, anyone? Then, the secondary. We all saw

Jared Abbrederis

Bowl Projections: Two Big Ten teams in BCS bowls?

Ohio State is still on the outside looking in when it comes to playing in the BCS title game (BCS Standings), but plenty of time remains. Don’t fret, Brutus. The Big Ten has a decent shot to get two teams into BCS bowls, with Wisconsin a good bet to finish 10-2 and claim a sweet postseason slot. In fact, I have the Badgers slotted to be an at-large BCS bowl team in this week’s rankings. [ MORE: Power Rankings | Week 8 grades & stocks | What did Tom learn? | Week 8 picks revisited ] BOWL GAME MATCHUP TOM’S

Jeremy Gallon

Big Ten office hands out Week 8 individual honors

The Big Ten office released its Week 8 Big Ten Players of the Week on Monday, and it includes a pair of first-time honorees. Michigan receiver Jeremy Gallon, the Offensive Player of the Week, highlights the list following his record-breaking 369 receiving yards in a wild win over Indiana. See all the honorees in this post. Offensive Player of the Week: Jeremy Gallon, Michigan, Sr., WR Established a Big Ten record with 369 receiving yards, the second-most in Football Bowl Subdivision history, in Michigan’s victory over Indiana Broke the Big Ten’s previous mark of 301 yards set by Purdue’s Chris

Kofi Hughes

Video: Watch our Week 8 top 10 plays

What was your favorite play from Week 8 Big Ten action? Was it Carlos Hyde’s video-game-like touchdown run in Ohio State’s comeback win over Iowa? Or maybe Kofi Hughes’ ridiculous catch and touchdown run in Indiana’s wild loss at Michigan? Whatever it was, see if it made our Week 8 top 10 plays. Watch the video in this post. Sound off: What was your top play from Week 8? Watch our top 10 plays #orvillemoment – — Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) October 21, 2013


The week that was:'s top 10 stories, videos

It’s Monday, and that means it’s time to take a look at’s top 10 most-read stories and most-watched videos from the past week. See both lists in this post. TOP 10 STORIES 1. Power Rankings: Wildcats continue descent 2. Ohio State CB Roby ejected for targeting 3. Football report cards: How will season play out? 4. Dienhart: 2018-19 football schedule analysis 5. Video: OSU band honors Michael Jackson, moonwalks 6. Check out what Purdue band formed at halftime 7. Week 8: We predict all five Big Ten games 8. Dienhart: Check out my All-Big Ten Midseason Team 9. Tom’s

Urban Meyer

Ohio State No. 4 in initial BCS standings

The first BCS standings were released on Sunday night. Alabama is No. 1, which was no shock. It was a shock that Florida State is No. 2 over Oregon, which is No. 3. Ohio State came in at No. 4, which was not a surprise. Missouri is No. 5. The only other Big Ten teams in the standings: Michigan No. 22; Nebraska No. 24. The big question for the Buckeyes: Can they get to No. 1 or No. 2 in the standings by the end of the season to secure a spot in the BCS title game? Even if Ohio