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Who's the top celebrity fan for every B1G school?

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Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis at Iowa-PSU match

Every college, it seems, has at least one well-known celebrity backer, whether it be on the gridiron, the hardwood, the diamond or the mat. But who are those figures in the Big Ten? I asked our Twitter followers that very question, and then came up with this list of the top celebrity fans for all 14 Big Ten schools.

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Video: 'My Wish' gives Michigan fan recruiting visit

Our friends at ESPN always do terrific work with their “My Wish” series. Tuesday night’s segment was extra special, though, because it featured diehard Michigan fan Stephen Loszewski, 18, who has acute lmyphoblastic leukemia (ALL). Loszewski’s football career was cut short by the cancer, so Brady Hoke and company invited him to Ann Arbor for a recruiting visit.

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Photos: See Michigan State's new locker room

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Someone Get Mark Dantonio a Hat

Fresh off one of the greatest seasons in program history, the Michigan State football team will defend its Big Ten championship in some impressive new digs. Tuesday, Mark Dantonio tweeted pictures of the team’s new locker room and plenty of new decorations around the facility. See the pictures in this post.

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Video: A.J. Hawk tackles fan at golf tournament

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Former Ohio State star and current Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk knows how to tackle. Like, really well. So, if, for some reason, you wanted to find out what it’s like to be tackled by him, simply ask. That’s what happened at the American Century Championship, where Hawk, all in good fun, tackled a willing fan. Watch it above.

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Khaseem Greene changes number to honor Eric LeGrand

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Rutgers product and current Chicago Bears linebacker Khaseem Greene is switching his number to 52 to honor former teammate and friend Eric LeGrand. Greene, in his second pro season, wore No. 59 as a rookie in 2013, but only because veteran Blake Costanzo wore No. 52. Now, the former Scarlet Knight gets to honor LeGrand, who was paralyzed in a 2010 game.

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Photos: See 2014 Big Ten football schedule posters

The countdown to football season is heating up, and that means 2014 schedule posters are being released. We at BTN.com always enjoy seeing what Big Ten teams come up with each summer, from the overall design, the players featured, and the team mottos.

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Photo: Braxton Miller trains with Bane-like mask

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Last offseason, Braxton Miller was spotted wearing a camera on his helmet. This offseason, the Ohio State star quarterback is wearing something on his face. In an attempt to improve his conditioning, Miller is working out with a Bane-like Elevation Training Mask. Learn more about it here, and see a picture of it in this post.

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Photo: College Football Playoff trophy unveiled

Now, we know what college football teams will be playing for in the 2014 season, the first of the new College Football Playoff system. On Monday, the College Football Playoff National Championship Trophy was unveiled. See pictures of it in this post.

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Photo: @ESPNCFB tweet delights Spartans fans

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@ESPNCFB made Michigan State fans’ day Wednesday afternoon, all with one tweet. The handle tweeted a graphic that broke down Michigan State and instate rival Michigan’s success since 2008. This was the text that accompanied the tweet: “Has Michigan State passed Michigan as the top CFB program in the Great Lakes State?”

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Photo: Recruit gets Nittany Lion logo shaved into head

Penn State recruit Adam McLean, a defensive tackle out of Gaithersburg, Maryland, is excited about becoming a Nittany Lion. So much so, the Quince Orchard High School standout was spotted with the Penn State logo shaved into his head. It’s only a matter of time before Beaver Stadium is home, Adam. See photos in this post.

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Video: Wildcats hit beach for team-building event

One of the many perks of going to school at Northwestern is its proximity to Lake Michigan. The Wildcats know this, and they recently went to the University’s north beach for a team-building exercise. The weather, foggy and cool, was perfect for the strenuous activities the players were put through – everything but going into the water, that is. Watch the video in this post.

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Ben Utecht, losing memory, writes song to family

Former Minnesota and NFL tight end Ben Utecht, 33, is losing his memory as a result of concussions. A singer since his retirement in 2009, Utecht recently dedicated a song to his wife and three daughters. It’s called “You Will Always Be My Girls,” and it’s an emotional song about a possible time when Utecht will no longer be able to remember his family. Watch the video in this post.

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Maryland unveils B1G ice cream flavor at party

Maryland is throwing a party today to celebrate its move to the Big Ten. One of the highlights of the festivities is ice cream. Not just any ice cream, though; we’re talking about the school’s new “B1G ice cream.” What flavors make up the delicious  treat? What does it taste like? Find out in this post.

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Taylor Martinez tweets about emergency landing

A United flight, from Chicago to Orange County, California, made an emergency landing in Kansas on Sunday night after a slide deployed mid-air. This is newsworthy for obvious reasons, but it’s also relevant because former Nebraska quarterback Taylor Martinez and his girlfriend, ex-Nebraska volleyball player Kelsey Robinson, were on the flight.

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Photos: Big Ten mascots tour Washington D.C.

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Purdue Pete and Herbie Husker Bust-a-move

Big Ten mascots, including newbies Testudo and the Scarlet Knight, are on the loose in the nation’s capitol to celebrate Maryland and Rutgers’ move to the Big Ten, which become official Tuesday. See some of our favorite pictures from the mascots’ visits to the White House, Washington Monument and so much more in this post.

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