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Draymond Green and Nik Stauskas are in the midst of an outstanding Twitter battle leading up to tonight’s Michigan vs. Michigan State game. Check it out.
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Ohio State signee Mike Weber, out of Detroit, was spotted working out in a Michigan t-shirt, and it got the attention of people on social media.
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Legendary North Carolina men’s basketball coach Dean Smith had no Big Ten ties, but his impact on the game is impossible to ignore.
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Big Ten names took to social media all day Monday to pay respect to Martin Luther King Jr. See some of their tweets and Instagram photos inside.
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Nearly three weeks into the conference hoops season, it’s time to single out a handful of impressive stats.
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Several Ohio State players and coaches took to Twitter to celebrate Monday night’s national championship victory. See our favorite postgame tweets in this post.
With Ohio State in the inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship Game tonight, the O-H-I-O photos are aplenty.
Former Nebraska two-sport star and current Huskers baseball coach Darin Erstad received one vote for the MLB Hall of Fame on Tuesday. His reaction to it was classic.
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Former Ohio State running back Raymont Harris found an SEC toughest conference t-shirt on deep discount in New Orleans.
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Cardale Jones has had plenty of motivation in his first two career starts. He’ll have even more vs. Oregon, as he tweeted that his uncle has less than two weeks to live.
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Ohio State is headed to the inaugural College Football Playoff Championship Game!
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How did Michigan football players react to the hiring of Jim Harbaugh? See some of the best tweets we saw on Twitter inside.
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The Jim Harbaugh-to-Michigan reports are gaining steam, this after Bleacher Report, citing two members of the 49ers staff and a third NFL source, broke the news Saturday.
Four of the nation’s top men’s basketball programs are in Chicago on Saturday for the CBS Sports Classic.
Reigning national champ and No. 5 seed Penn State is headed to its seventh Final Four in the last nine years. It will face top-seed Stanford in the national semifinals Thursday night.
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Gary Andersen announced Wednesday that he has taken the Oregon State job. It was a surprising move, and one look at his players’ tweets proves just that.
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Ohio State is in the inaugural College Football Playoff, it was announced Sunday, and several Buckeyes players tweeted their reaction to the news.
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Iowa is on a bye this week, but offensive coordinator Greg Davis announced Tuesday that Jake Rudock, the starter to open the season, and C.J. Beathard, the backup who started last week’s win at Purdue, will share quarterback duties moving forward.
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We’ve had plenty of time to digest what we saw on the gridiron last Saturday. So, in this social media world, let’s slap a hashtag on it, OK?
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It’s Sunday, and that means it’s time to spotlight the best tweet from Week 4 action. The winner this week is from Maryland’s athletic handle (@umterps), which tweeted a classic celebratory tweet after winning at Syracuse.
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Kenny Bell had a pretty great caption for a photo of him in Saturday night’s win at Fresno State.
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There’s nothing better than a classic knock-knock joke to poke fun at a rival before the big game. See what we mean inside.
Don’t forget about Penn State in the East Division. The NCAA announced early Monday afternoon that it has restored Penn State’s postseason eligibility, effective immediately, and has returned all 85 scholarships, starting in 2015. Read full release. Moments later, the Big Ten announced Penn State was eligible for this year’s Big Ten title game.
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It’s Sunday, and that means it’s time to look at the best tweet from Week 2 action. This week’s winner is Indiana QB Nate Sudfeld, who succinctly tweeted what everyone was thinking while watching Ameer Abdullah’s incredible game-winning touchdown.
You know Robbie Hummel as a basketball player who battled injury throughout his Purdue career. Did you know he’s also a great jokester?