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Photo: Kyle Schwarber vs. Braxton Miller in 2010 Ohio playoffs

A really cool vintage picture of former Indiana baseball star and current Chicago Cubs rookie Kyle Schwarber and Ohio State standout Braxton Miller was a big hit on social media Tuesday, and for good reason. See it inside.

Video: Mark Dantonio dances with players after win over Michigan

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See Michigan AD Jim Hackett's open letter to Michigan community

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Braxton Miller's surname misspelled on nameplate in Week 7

Braxton Miller is a known commodity, a two-time Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year, but his surname was misspelled on his new Ohio State all-black alternate jersey to open Saturday night's game vs. Penn State.

Watch Rutgers K Kyle Federico boot walk-off field goal

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Video: Michigan's Joe Bolden ejected for targeting vs. MSU

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Watch Iowa RB Akrum Wadley break out for four touchdowns

No Jordan Canzeri, no problem. After Iowa's starting running back suffered a leg injury early in Saturday's win at Northwestern, backup Akrum Wadley exploded for four touchdowns, tying the Iowa single-game record.