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NBA Draft: B1G prospects ready for tonight

The 2014 NBA Draft is just hours away. Needless to say, the Big Ten’s top prospects woke up this morning well aware just how big of a day it is. See their draft day tweets, plus a few interesting updates from across the web, in this post.

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Big Ten teams celebrate Twitter allowing GIFs

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Twitter users, rejoice! As of today, the site now allows users to tweet animated GIFs. You aren’t the only one excited about this. Several Big Ten basketball and football teams celebrated the news by tweeting GIFs of memorable 2013-14 moments. Check out our favorite examples in this post.

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Photos: Maryland icons celebrate move to Big Ten

Maryland has done a fantastic job promoting the school’s move to the Big Ten. In the month leading up to the official day (July 1), several of the school’s famous faces have posted selfies – wearing sunglasses with the Maryland logo on the right lens and the B1G logo on the left – to social media to celebrate the move.

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Urban Meyer tweets photo of Ohio Stadium expansion

Like several other stadiums across the nation, Ohio Stadium has undergone several renovations since the the 2013 season. Last month, the team added new field turf and unveiled renderings of a new locker room. The one fans will notice the most is nearing completion, and that’s the addition of approximately 2,600 seats to the south end zone.

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Dave Butz, Shane Conlan make College Football HOF

The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame announced Thursday the 2014 College Football Hall of Fame Class, and former Purdue star defensive tackle Dave Butz (1970-72) was one of 14 players honored. Former Penn State linebacker Shane Conlan (1983-86), who starred in Happy Valley before the Nittany Lions entered the Big Ten, also made the cut.

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Twitter: Updates from Big Ten spring meetings

It’s the second day of the annual Big Ten AD spring meetings. There’s been no shortage of topics discussed, including future schedules, Big Ten tourney and Big Ten title game locations and unionization. Get updates from Big Ten beat reporters on the scene throughout the day in this post.

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Photos: B1G first-round picks visit NFL teams

The Big Ten’s four first-round NFL draft picks all visited their new teams Friday. Taylor Lewan, Ryan Shazier, Darqueze Dennard and Bradley Roby visited with team brass, toured team facilities and met the media. Get a look at the players’ first trips to their new homes in this post.

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Ohio State P Zach Farmer diagnosed with leukemia

Ohio State freshman pitcher Zach Farmer will miss the rest of the season while being treated for leukemia. Farmer, a left-hander with a 6-4 record and a 3.28 ERA, has been diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. He had been feeling sick for about a week when he went to see Ohio State’s team doctor Monday. Originally thought to have mononucleosis, a blood draw confirmed he had abnormalities in his blood counts.

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Twitter: Big Ten reaction to Donald Sterling ruling

NBA commissioner Adam Silver handed down a lifetime ban and an NBA maximum $2.5 million fine to Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling in a much-anticipated press conference Tuesday afternoon. Sterling recently made racial comments that were released by TMZ. See Big Ten basketball players’ reactions to the news in this post.

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Maryland, Rutgers excited for BTN prime-time

BTN/BTN2Go released its 2014 prime-time football schedule Tuesday, and each of the Big Ten’s newest members are pumped to play under the lights. Maryland will host reigning Big Ten and Rose Bowl champ Michigan State on Nov. 15, while Rutgers will entertain Penn State on Sept. 13, its inaugural Big Ten game, and Michigan on Oct. 4. See the graphics and hashtags the schools tweeted out to announce the news in this post.

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Photos: Get images from today's B1G spring games

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Buckeye D Scores Off Sack/Fumble

Eight Big Ten football teams are holding their spring football game today, and BTN2Go is airing each and every one. Here’s the complete schedule, all times ET: Purdue (1), Ohio State (1:30), Penn State (1:30), Nebraska (3), Illinois (3), Indiana (3), Minnesota (3:30) & Wisconsin (4). Check out some of the best photos from the day’s action in this post.

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Spartans, Big Ten mourn Lacey Holsworth's death

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Adreian Payne Journey Feature

The Michigan State family and the Big Ten basketball community are mourning the loss of Adreian Payne superfan Lacey Holsworth. Holsworth, the adorable 8-year-old who suffered from neuroblastoma, died late Tuesday night. Read more here. The news hit the basketball world hard, and many people went to social media to offer their condolences. See the messages in this post.

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Twitter: Final Four 'Teamcasts' leave fans confused

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Evidently, a lot of people did not get the memo that the Final Four was trying an experiment that included three telecasts of each Final Four game. There was the national crew on TBS and “Teamcasts” on TNT and truTV that were geared toward the teams’ fanbases. The confusion led to some really entertaining tweets; it even had Charles Barkley saying, “Some of you people are idiots,” at halftime. Watch Barkley.

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Jordan Morgan passes out 'Thank Yous' on Twitter

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Jordan Morgan Game Winner

There are few classier acts than Michigan big man Jordan Morgan, who saw his career end with the heart-breaking loss to Kentucky in the Elite Eight in Indianapolis on Sunday. Morgan was a glue-guy whose production in the pivot was a boon for a team that had to play almost the entire season without Mitch McGary. Morgan took to Twitter (@JustJMo) after the loss yesterday to give thanks.

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Twitter: Are Michigan, MSU fans rooting for rival?

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Spartans Talk Sweet 16 Win

It’s no secret Michigan and Michigan State are fierce rivals. Sometimes, however, conference pride and a chance to make rare history can supersede a rivalry. Consider this: If Michigan and Michigan State both win today, the Big Ten will be the first conference to put three teams in the Final Four since the Big East did it in 1985.

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Big Ten roster updates: Who's on the move?

Noah Vonleh

Players Leaving Early for Pro Basketball

The college basketball season is coming to a close and the NBA draft is fast approaching. As is this case every year around this time, Big Ten players are busy announcing their future plans, whether it be a jump to the pros or a transfer. Get caught up on all the decisions in this post.

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Indiana WR Isaac Griffith discharged from hospital

Indiana wide receiver Isaac Griffith was discharged from Sarasota Memorial Hospital on Sunday. Griffith had been in critical condition and in a medically induced coma following a near-drowning accident earlier this month. Check out tweets from Shannon Griffith, Isaac’s father, that chronicle the family’s big day in this post.

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Ohio State's Amedeo Della Valle to pursue pro career

Ohio State sophomore Amedeo Della Valle announced Saturday that he is leaving the Buckeyes to pursue a professional career in Europe. Della Valle averaged four points and 1.8 rebounds in 33 games this season. He did score double figures in six games, including 12 in Ohio State’s comeback win over Nebraska in the Big Ten tourney. Read Della Valle’s message about the decision in this post.

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Twitter: See tweets in support of #teampat

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Best & Worst Men's NCAA Tournament Draws

Fran McCaffery’s son, Patrick, 13, underwent surgery to remove a thyroid tumor Wednesday morning, and the coach said the surgery “went as planned.” After the surgery, McCaffery headed to Dayton, Ohio, for Iowa’s first NCAA tourney game since 2006. The Twitter world showed incredible support for Patrick, to the point that #teampat was trending nationally, and here is a (large) sampling of some of our favorite tweets.

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Nebraska back in NCAA tourney for first time since 1998

Tim Miles

Coach Tim Miles Talks Making it to the NCAA Tournament

For the first time since 1998, Nebraska is back in the NCAA tourney. The Huskers, who finished fourth in the Big Ten with an 11-7 record, earned the No. 11 seed in the West Region and will play No. 6 Baylor. Check out some of the team’s reaction to the big news from its watching party at Pinnacle Bank Arena in this post.

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Six Big Ten men's teams make NCAA tournament

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John Beilein Interview - 2014 Men's Basketball Tournament Championship

Six Big Ten teams earned NCAA tournament berths Sunday night, including Nebraska, which is back in the field for the first time since 1998. The other Big Ten teams include Iowa, Big Ten regular-season champ Michigan, Big Ten tourney champ Michigan State, Ohio State and Wisconsin. See each team’s draw in this post.

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Twitter: How would you fix Iowa before NCAA tourney?

Melsahn Basabe

Marble Layup, Gets Eye Poked

Iowa’s struggles continued vs. Northwestern on Thursday night in the opening round of the Big Ten tourney, as the Hawkeyes lost for the sixth time in their last seven games. What’s wrong with Iowa? What do they need to fix or change before the NCAA tourney? I asked Iowa fans on Twitter for their answers, and they were quite entertaining.

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Twitter: D.J. Byrd responds to being 'called out'

Tom Izzo tore into Russell Byrd during Sunday afternoon’s loss to rival Michigan. College basketball analyst and BTN contributor Seth Davis noticed it and tweeted it. Problem is, he was thinking about a former Big Ten Byrd, the Purdue one, and tweeted “D.J Byrd.” Twitter being what it is, the former Boiler responded to Davis – all the way from Germany.

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