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Every weekday morning BTN.com’s Tom Dienhart scours the Internet for the latest news worthy headlines, then he tells you what that means for Big Ten teams Today: How does Rutgers handle Penn State’s air game? What’s up with Iowa’s ground game? Plus much more.
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We’re one day closer to Saturday! Catch up on all of Wednesday’s top Big Ten football headlines inside.
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Just what does Monday’s NCAA ruling mean for Penn State, James Franklin and the Big Ten? Find out in today’s Big Ten headlines.
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Rutgers has a huge game this weekend vs. Penn State. It is one of the most anticipated home games in recent school annals. And Dan Duggan of NJ.com has five reasons why Rutgers should feel confident.
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In Friday’s Big Ten links, Tom Dienhart suggests stories about what makes Rutgers running back Paul James so tough, what makes Michigan State’s trip so important, and what makes Ohio State’s future schedule so great.
BTN.com’s daily look at the headlines around the Big Ten include a look at the price of a Michigan-Notre Dame ticket, updates on new facilities at Iowa and Minnesota, and much more. Dive in.
It’s time for Wednesday’s top Big Ten headlines! What’s the latest on the status of the five Notre Dame players held out of the opener for this week vs. Michigan? Find out inside!
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Could Devin Funchess be the best receiver ever to play at Michigan? His quarterback thinks it’s possible. Get this and more in Tuesday’s Big Ten headlines.
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It’s Oregon week for Michigan State. The nation will be watching in what is one of the most anticipated non-conference games of the season. Return from Eugene with a victory, and the Spartans may not lose again. But Mark Dantonio is trying to play down the significance.
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When discussing Michigan’s season, most focus on the offensive line as the key area. No doubt, the unit has a lot of pressure to perform after a lackluster effort in 2013. But quarterback Devin Gardner also has a big role. He must grasp new coordinator Doug Nussmeier’s attack—and play within the system. He can’t try to do too much.
The day has arrived! Big Ten football kicks off tonight, with Minnesota hosting Eastern Illinois (7 ET, BTN/BTN2Go). Before the action, get Thursday’s top Big Ten headlines.
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In Wednesday’s Big Ten links, BTN.com’s Tom Dienhart takes a spin around the headlines they include a look at how Michigan chooses football captains now, Iowa’s preparation for Northern Iowa, and a number of other stories. Dive in and get caught up.
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OSU strength coach Mickey Marotti is famous for his fanatical intensity when it comes to weight lifting and conditioning. Want proof? Buckeyes LB Joshua Perry posted some before and after pictures from over a two-year period after working under the screaming Marotti. This is stunning. Where do I sign up?
The hype surrounding the Ohio State defensive line has been growing. And with good reason. Even Urban Meyer is heaping praise on the Buckeyes’ front, comparing it to his star-studded group in 2006 at Florida that was led by Jarvis Moss and Derrick Harvey that whipped Ohio State in the BCS title game after the 2006 season.
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Where have all the 1,000-yard rushers gone in Ann Arbor? Really. It’s a crisis of sorts. Is there one on this year’s roster? The competition at running back figures to be strong between De’Veon Smith and Derrick Green.
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The move toward autonomy for the nation’s power leagues chugs forward. Ohio State A.D. Gene Smith is confident it will happen. Good enough for me. The NCAA will vote on the issue on Aug. 7. Gotta think it will pass. And this would be a good thing.