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Big Ten links: Football recruiting, basketball updates & more

This is pretty neat: An interactive analysis of Wisconsin recruiting from 2006-2015 from Madison.com. The map and graphs show a detailed look at Wisconsin football recruiting since 2006. On the map, each red circle represents a scholarship recruit signed by Wisconsin. The graphs show a breakdown of recruits by state, class and rating. There are more guys from California than you’d think. *** Penn State and James Franklin are in better shape for 2016 than you think, according to StateCollege.com. Penn State’s returning players for the 2016 season have a collective 276 starts to their credit. That’s more than twice

Big Ten links: Evan Turner jersey retirement, football updates & more

It will be nice to see Evan Turner’s No. 21 jersey hang in the rafters of Ohio State’s Value City Arena. Ohio State announced recently that it will hang the No. 21 in the rafters during halftime of the Buckeyes’ game against Michigan on Feb. 16. Turner’s number will be the fifth to hang in the rafters, joining Jerry Lucas (11), Gary Bradds (35), Jim Jackson (22) and John Havlicek (5). “It’s unbelievable for our program,” Matta said last weekend. “The one thing here is it’s very difficult to get your jersey hung in the rafters. As I reflect back

Jan 28, 2016; College Park, MD, USA; Maryland Terrapins guard Rasheed Sulaimon (0) reacts after defeating Iowa Hawkeyes 74-69 at Xfinity Center.

Big Ten links: Catch up on Friday's football & hoops headlines

Maryland basketball got a signature win, Wisconsin football and Indiana football got new defensive coordinators, there are some Big Ten Senior Bowl standouts, and more in Friday's edition of the Big Ten headlines digest.

Jan 27, 2016; Ann Arbor, MI, USA; Michigan Wolverines guard Zak Irvin (21) goes to the basket defended by Rutgers Scarlet Knights guard Mike Williams (5) in the first half at Crisler Center.

Big Ten links: Thursday's football & hoops news digest

In today's Big Ten headline roundup, we have one look at a critical stretch in Northwestern basketball's schedule. Are they tourney worthy? Meanwhile, Wisconsin needs to enhance their tourney credentials, too. Rutgers football got some good news. Minnesota basketball has some, too. Read these stories and others in today's digest.

Big Ten links: Illinois departures, C.J. Beathard surgery & more

A raft of players is exiting Illinois. The loss of some is no biggie. But to see LB T.J. Neal bolt hurts. With Neal leaving, the Illini will be without six of their top seven tacklers from 2015. Safety Taylor Barton is the lone returnee. *** Iowa QB C.J. Beathard has had a sports hernia operation. The guy was nagged almost all season but still battled on. Tough guy. Iowa spokesman Steve Roe said that coach Kirk Ferentz would be able to address health-related matters at the Feb. 3 National Signing Day news conference. C.J.’s father, Casey, told HawkeyeNation.com that

Big Ten links: Tom Izzo win total, Jarrod Uthoff praise & more

Tom Izzo now stands tied with Gene Keady on the all-time Big Ten wins list with 512. This is perfect. Has there ever been two coaches more alike? Rough, tough, defensive-minded. … The only league coach with more Big Ten wins is Bob Knight with 661. Can Izzo catch The General? Probably not. But, who cares? Izzo is an all-time great. “The only way you accomplish things like that is two things, you’ve got to have an administration that keeps you around, and you’ve got to have good players that have played for you, and I think I’ve got both,”

Big Ten links: White-hot Indiana, football updates & more

Indiana basketball remains hot despite losing one of the Hoosiers' stars. It's an open competition to be the top QB next year at Penn State. One writer takes a look at Jim Tressel's place in Ohio State history while another examines Michigan's strong corps of receivers. An what's all this about a Michigan vs. Michigan State night football game? Read today's headlines now.

Big Ten links: Friday's football & hoops news digest is now ready

Ohio State rolled out a 2015 football highlight reel. Michigan lands a familiar name on the College Football Playoff committee. There's another reason why Michigan State might not be doing so well on the basketball court. And has there ever been a better time to be an Iowa hoops and football fan? We recap the headlines from around the Big Ten in this collection of Friday links.

Jan 20, 2016; East Lansing, MI, USA; Nebraska Cornhuskers guard Andrew White (3) lays the ball up over Michigan State Spartans guard Denzel Valentine (45) and guard Bryn Forbes (5) during the 2nd half of a game at Jack Breslin Student Events Center.

Big Ten links: Read Thursday's football, hoops headlines

With that loss to Nebraska, Michigan State has dropped three straight. One writer is comparing Iowa's basketball team to another pretty good recent Big Ten squad. Meanwhile in football, Nebraska added a familiar foe to the schedule. And contract details are out for Michigan's new defensive coordinator. Catch up on Thursday's headlines in this post.

Big Ten links: Wisconsin's new DC, Penn State defections & more

If you are like me, you can’t wait to see what Jim Harbaugh can do with Houston transfer QB John O’Korn, who sat out last season. The kid was pretty good at Houston. And I bet Harbaugh’s shapes him into a good signal-caller. But he’ll have challengers. Is Shane Morris gonna step up? Finally? *** It looks like Wisconsin may have its new DC in line: Tim Tibesar, the team’s outside linebackers coach in 2015. Tibesar’s last stint as a defensive coordinator came in 2012 at Purdue. Before that he was the defensive coordinator for Montreal of the Canadian Football