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Big Ten Q&A: Penn State linebacker Jason Cabinda

Oct 3, 2015; University Park, PA, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions linebacker Jason Cabinda (40) celebrates a sack on Army Black Knights quarterback A.J. Schurr (not pictured) during the fourth quarter at Beaver Stadium.  Penn State won 20-14.

Jason Cabinda gives tour of Penn State facilities

Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports’s Tom Dienhart chats with Penn States Jason Cabinda, and asks the linebacker he knows the scenario that could lead to the Nittany Lions winning the East Division. Cabinda says, “Yes, absolutely. And that’s the goal.”

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Danny Anthrop Q&A: 'We just have to rely on each other'

Southern Illinois at Purdue

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Sandra Dukes-USA TODAY Sports

To say Purdue’s season has been a disappointment to date would be an understatement. The team looked like it may be poised for a breakthrough of sorts in its third year under Darrell Hazell. It hasn’t happened, as the Boilermakers are 1-6 overall and 0-3 in the Big Ten.

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Jordan Canzeri Q&A: 'All of Hawkeye Nation got the (Pitt) win'

Sep 19, 2015; Iowa City, IA, USA; Iowa Hawkeyes running back Jordan Canzeri (33) runs for a first down while being chased by Pittsburgh Panthers defensive lineman Jeremiah Taleni (94) at Kinnick Stadium. Iowa beat Pittsburgh 27-24. Mandatory Credit: Reese Strickland-USA TODAY Sports

Jordan Canzeri relives wild Iowa win

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Iowa is one of five Big Ten unbeatens. And that’s a bit of surprise for a program that many had modest expectations for in 2015. But, Hawkeye running back Jordan Canzeri had no reservations that this could be a big season in Iowa City.

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A race to remember: 'I had no idea I fell like that' in inspirational 2008 run


Relive the Heather Dorniden Race


On this Wednesday, June 3, it’s National Running Day. So we reached back into our archives to find one of the most memorable runs in BTN history. Watch this remarkable race video from 2008 and then read our recent Q&A with the Minnesota runner who pulled it off. “After I fell, it was as if a vacuum had sucked all the energy out of the place,” the runner remembers. “Then, as I started to gain momentum, it was like a crescendo of noise and excitement, all the way to the finish line.”

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