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B1G to open second office in New York City

The Big Ten Conference announced it will open a second office in New York City to help serve the needs of its 14 member institutions. The Big Ten New York City office will be located at 900 Third Avenue and will be fully staffed and operational by June 1.

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Dienhart: Q&A with Maryland coach Randy Edsall

The Big Ten beckons. And Maryland coach Randy Edsall can’t wait to help usher in the new era for the Terrapins. Edsall knows the challenges that loom, beginning with playing in a Big Ten East division that also will include Ohio State, Michigan State, Michigan and Penn State. But Edsall also knows the possibilities. Besides, Edsall isn’t afraid of a challenge as Maryland moves from the ACC.

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Division changes: What do our experts think?

BTN asked for your feedback on three ideas for Big Ten divisional realignment, and thousands of viewers and readers sounded off. On Monday night’s “BTN Football Report,” our experts kicked these ideas around and discussed the topic of divisional alignment.

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Which division ideas do you prefer?

One of the hottest debates around the Big Ten Conference’s announced plan to expand to 14 schools revolves around the future look of the two divisions. Currently, Iowa, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Nebraska and Northwestern reside in the Legends Division while Illinois, Indiana, Ohio State, Penn State, Purdue and Wisconsin are in the Leaders Division.

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Big Ten expansion: Tell the Big Ten what you think

The Big Ten Conference made a little more news recently when it announced Maryland and Rutgers would become the conference 13th and 14th members, respectively. Now, for the entire month of December, BTN will discuss the very questions stirred up by conference expansion and we want you tell us where you stand, too.

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Reader mail: Sounding off on expansion

You have questions, I have answers in my weekly mailbag. Many of your questions this week center on Big Ten expansion. The tenor of most readers was the same: Miffed about the decisions to add Maryland and Rutgers. Read on, folks. There even is a basketball question.

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What to do with Big Ten divisions?

As BTN’s Gerry DiNardo mentioned during Tuesday’s coverage of Rutgers joining the Big Ten, there are three variables to consider when creating the conference’s new divisions: 1. Competitive balance; 2. geography; and 3. rivalries.

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Big Ten Geeks: Regarding Rutgers

Yesterday, it was Maryland. Today, it’s Rutgers. With today’s news, the Big Ten is primed to become a 14-team conference starting in 2014-15. While Big Ten basketball fans have at least some familiarity with Maryland’s hoops tradition, not much is known about these Scarlet Knights. Let’s take a look at what Rutgers brings to the conference from a hoops perspective.

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Video: Watch our clips on Maryland's move

Maryland announced Monday that the school will be joining the Big Ten Conference in 2014, and we’re posting all of video clips from our coverage in this post throughout the evening. Also, listen to the full audio of the teleconference including  the major players in Monday’s announcement.

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Dienhart: Pros & cons to latest Big Ten expansion

The game of conference membership musical chairs continues, with no end in sight. The Big Ten made the latest move, bringing aboard Maryland beginning in 2014-15. The addition was made official today when the school’s board of regents unanimously approved leaving the ACC—of which Maryland is a charter member—for the Big Ten.

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Clothes Call: Meet the Maryland Terps

Other than Oregon, few college teams have garnered more attention through uniforms than the Big Ten’s newest member. Maryland, an Under Armour school, isn’t afraid to push the envelope (like this or this), and much like the Ducks, it rarely sports the same look from one week to the next. Hop inside for a breakdown of the school’s many looks.

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Big Ten Geeks: Regarding Maryland

With the news that Maryland will be joining the Big Ten in 2014, there are all sorts of implications to evaluate. Maintaining our narrow perspective of Big Ten basketball, let’s take a look at what the addition might mean strictly on the hardcourt.

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Rounding up coverage of Maryland's move

On TV, you could watch our continuing live coverage of the news that Maryland will join the Big Ten Conference in 2014 (find BTN on your TV system here). Online, you could watch that same coverage via BTN2Go. Learn more about BTN2Go over here.

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Maryland set to join Big Ten in 2014

(AP) Maryland is joining the Big Ten. The university is announcing its move from the Atlantic Coast Conference at a news conference Monday afternoon with school president Wallace D. Loh, Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany and athletic director Kevin Anderson.

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BTN to air Maryland announcement at 3 p.m. ET

BTN will have live coverage beginning at 2:30 PM ET of the University of Maryland’s press conference announcing it is joining the Big Ten. Following the press conference, BTN will have analysis from a variety of guests. Dave Revsine will host BTN’s coverage, which can be seen on BTN TV & BTN2Go.

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