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Twitter: Big Ten players make Super Bowl picks

As we all know, Super Bowl XLVIII is tonight. Before Seattle and Denver kick things off from MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., we thought we’d take a look at who current Big Ten players are picking tonight. See their Super Bowl picks in this post.

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Twitter: Funny reactions to MSU's new Nike uniform

Michigan State is debuting its new Nike “Hyper Elite Dominance” alternate uniform Saturday afternoon vs. Georgetown at Madison Square Garden. The uniform, which Nike says “draws on past successes for motivation,” is a modern “bronze” version of Michigan State’s Magic Johnson-era threads. See the new design and the Twitter reaction to it in this post.

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Ex-NU QB Kain Colter states case for union on Twitter

Kain Colter

Northwestern Players Forming a Union

Former Northwestern quarterback Kain Colter took to Twitter on Wednesday morning to further explain why he’s spearheading the effort to unionize college football and is willing to be the face of the College Athletes Players Association. Colter thinks a players union is necessary in the today’s game, to address players’ health and safety, and he’s doing all of this work to help future players. See his tweets, the first ones since the news broke, in this post.

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Photos: Big Ten hoops coaches wear suits and sneakers

Tom Izzo

Coaches vs Cancer Suits and Sneakers

In case you haven’t noticed by your Big Ten coach’s attire, it’s Coaches vs. Cancer Suits and Sneakers™ Awareness Weekend. All weekend long, coaches from all over the country are wearing sneakers with their suits to raise awareness for the fight against cancer. See pictures of Big Ten coaches rocking the look in this post.

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Twitter: Reaction to Norm Parker's passing

News of former Iowa defensive coordinator Norm Parker’s death stunned Iowa and college football fans Monday. Parker, who also served as an assistant at Michigan State (1983-1994), Illinois (1977-79) and Minnesota (1972-76), coached at Iowa from 1999 to 2011. See some of the best Twitter reaction to Parker’s passing, both from former players and Iowa personalities, in this post.

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Twitter: Bo Pelini tweets at his faux account, @FauxPelini

Bo Pelini has surprised us a couple of times in the last year. It all started with Nebraska’s Harlem Shake video, and then there was the cell phone prank he played on his team. Neither compares to what the coach did during Monday night’s BCS title game. It’s true, Pelini tweeted at his popular faux Twitter account (@FauxPelini), asking for his faux cat back, the one featured in the account’s avatar.

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MSU's Mike Sadler has some Heisman Trophy fun

If you’re someone who seeks out the funniest athletes to follow on social media, look no further than Michigan State’s Mike Sadler. The Spartans’ junior punter takes the term of being an All-Star on and off the field to a whole new level, especially when it comes to his clever and humorous tweets.

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Twitter: Ex-Spartans react to Big Ten championship

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Mark Dantonio - 2013 Big Ten Title Game Interview

Michigan State players and fans weren’t the only ones proud of their football team late Saturday night. Former Michigan State players were quite pumped about their team beating No. 2 Ohio State and earning the conference’s automatic Rose Bowl berth, too. See some of the Spartans product’s celebratory tweets in this post.

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Twitter: Is title game Big Ten's biggest game since '06?

Devyn Salmon

What Does Alabama's Loss Mean for OSU?

The Big Ten title game is going to be great. Not only do you have 11-1 Michigan State vs. 12-0 Ohio State, you have Michigan State’s No. 1 defense vs. Ohio State’s No. 1 offense. There’s more intriguing storylines, too. Like, Ohio State can make the BCS title game with a win. That got BTN’s Mike Hall wondering if this was the biggest Big Ten game since Michigan-Ohio State in 2006.

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Did that really happen? Relive Hail Mary reaction

Jordan Westerkamp

Nebraska Wins on a Hail Mary

Yes, Nebraska fans, Saturday night’s last-second Hail Mary was real. There’s no need to check your eyes, that was third-string quarterback Ron Kellogg III throwing a 57-yard bomb to redshirt freshman Jordan Westerkamp, he of zero career touchdowns. Just as Bo Pelini and Tim Beck drew it up, right? Relive all the reaction to the memorable finish in this post.

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