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Michigan State vs. Ohio State: Who will have the biggest impact?

BTN.com web editor Sean Merriman asked some of the top writers around who they believe will have the biggest impact in Saturday's Michigan State vs. Ohio State matchup. Who did they say? Find out inside!

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Debate It: Who will be 2014 rushing TD leader?

Jeremy Langford’s 2013 season doesn’t seem to get enough fan fare. Did you know his 18 rushing touchdowns led the Big Ten, which was home to names such as Ameer Abdullah, Melvin Gordon and Carlos Hyde, among others? The Big Ten is loaded at running back, once again, so it will be a fun race. See who are panelists pick to win the rushing TD crown in this post. RUSHING TD 2013 leader: Jeremy Langford, Michigan State – 18 2014 returning leader: Jeremy Langford, Michigan State – 18 Tom Dienhart: Jeremy Langford, RB, Michigan State. The Spartans figure to have

Tevin Coleman

Debate It: Who will be 2014 Big Ten scoring leader?

Raise your hand if you predicted Jeremy Langford to lead the Big Ten in scoring a year ago. There should be no hands. Langford came out of nowhere last season to register a Big Ten-leading 114 points. Will the talented Spartan defend his scoring crown, or will someone dethrone him? See Tom Dienhart, Sean Merriman and Brent Yarina’s picks below. SCORING 2013 leader: Jeremy Langford, Michigan State – 114 points 2014 returning leader: Jeremy Langford, Michigan State – 114 points Tom Dienhart: Tevin Coleman, RB, Indiana. Once again, the Hoosiers are going to have one of the Big Ten’s most

Braxton Miller

NFL.com puts 4 B1G stars on Heisman candidates list

NFL.com continues to churn out its 14 for ’14 lists, and it was the nation’s top 14 Heisman Trophy candidates turn Monday. Braxton Miller led a quartet of Big Ten representatives, at No. 3, behind reigning Heisman winner Jameis Winston and Oregon’s Marcus Mariota. See NFL.com’s Big Ten Heisman contenders list in this post. [ MORE: NFL.com: Top Heisman Trophy candidates for 2014 ] No. 3 Braxton Miller, QB, Ohio State “Miller performed at a high level in the second half of the season, showing he completely had adapted to the version of the spread offense favored by coach Urban

2014 Big Ten Running Backs

Dienhart: My top 10 Big Ten running backs for 2014

Northwestern received great news Tuesday, as running back Venric Mark was granted a medical hardship for a fifth season of eligibility. Mark’s return bolsters what will be a strong collection of running backs in the Big Ten in 2014. Here’s my ranking of the conference’s Top 10 backs for next season. Before I get to my list, there’s more on Mark. The Wildcat speedster was limited to three games last fall while battling multiple injuries. He played for the last time on Oct. 12 at Wisconsin, leaving in the first quarter with a fractured ankle that sidelined him for the

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Merriman: Once again, Langford answers the call

INDIANAPOLIS — Mark Dantonio showed just about every card he had in his hand. Run, pass, option, quarterback sneaks, even a gutsy onside kick attempt that almost worked early in the fourth quarter in a three-point game. But when it really mattered, when Michigan State led 27-24 with 5:41 remaining, and when it had a chance to put the Big Ten title game on ice, Dantonio went with what had gotten him this far: Jeremy Langford. The offensive MVP of the team throughout the season, Langford was struggling to find any type of running room against a suffocating Ohio State

Jeremy Langford

Langford runs for TD, levels cheerleader

Michigan State running back Jeremy Langford is as hot as any Big Ten back, and he continued his torrid play on the Spartans’ opening drive Saturday vs. Minnesota. The junior running back ripped off a 15-yard scoring run to put Michigan State up 7-0. At the end of the run, after crossing the pilon, Langford’s momentum caused him to run into and over a Minnesota cheerleader. Watch the run and the collision in this post. INSTANT HIGHLIGHT: That was easy! @MSU_Football strikes first on Jeremy Langford 15-yard TD. #orvillemoment WATCH – http://t.co/89tY8dFV0S — Michigan St. on BTN (@BTN_Michigan_St) November 30,

C.J. Olaniyan

Big Ten office hands out Week 7 individual honors

The Big Ten Conference released its Week 7 Players of the Week on Monday. A pair of Nittany Lions took home superlative honors following their thrilling 4OT victory over previously unbeaten Michigan. See all the honorees in this post, plus watch their highlights. Offensive Player of the Week: Jeremy Langford, Michigan State, Jr., RB Accounted for four touchdowns, three rushing and one receiving, in Michigan State’s 42-28 victory over Indiana Recorded his first career 100-yard rushing game, totaling 109 yards on 23 carries, scoring on runs of two, five and 32 yards Scored on an 11-yard screen pass in the

Jeremy Langford

Analyzing the numbers: Jeremy Langford vs. Indiana

Michigan State running back Jeremy Langford put on a show Saturday in the Spartans’ 42-28 win over Indiana. Langford ran for a career-high 109 yards – his first 100-yard game – and three touchdowns, and he also caught a touchdown pass. The four total touchdowns are the most by a Michigan State player since Edwin Baker in 2010 against Minnesota. [ MORE: Week 7 honors, grades & more | Power Rankings | Week 7 lessons ] Langford did most of his damage on rushes to the left side. He averaged 12.5 yards per carry when running that direction, including his