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NCAA Football: Indiana at Ohio State's 2014 Big Ten football uniform poll

Everybody enjoys a good football uniform. Already home to some of the game’s most iconic uniforms, the Big Ten will garner even more attention for its designs with Maryland and Rutgers’ arrival. Who has the best uniforms? We asked five college football writers to help us form’s 2014 Big Ten uniform poll. The voters: Steven Lassan, Andrew Lind, Stewart Mandel, Chris Vannini and Jim Weber, in addition to’s Tom Dienhart, Sean Merriman and Brent Yarina. Voters ranked the Big Ten uniforms, from 1-14, considering each team’s full ensemble (home, away, alternates, throwbacks, primary helmet and alternate helmets), with a

Devin Gardner

Mailbag: How many games will Nebraska win?

Time to dig through my mail bag. And by the look of things, many of you are eager for the start of football season. I can’t wait, too. So, to whet our appetite, I’ll answer some of your cards and letters. Thanks for writing. How do you feel Ohio State’s defense will be, given the disappointing finish the Bucks had in 2013 mainly due to a lack of defensive? – Caleb Bailor No doubt, the defense figures to determine if this will be a special season in Columbus. The offense should be among the Big Ten’s best, even with four

Bradley Leeb-USA TODAY Sports

Debate It: 2014 Big Ten tackles leader?

Tackles are an inexact science, to be sure. Teams award them differently, so it’s not always as simple as comparing Player A from School A to Player B from School B. Whatever the case, someone will finish the season atop the tackles chart. Who will it be? Tom Dienhart, Sean Merriman and Brent Yarina offer their picks in this post. Get our previous stat leader predictions: TACKLES 2013 leader: Ryan Shazier, Ohio State – 143 2014 returning leader: Steve Longa, Rutgers – 123 Tom Dienhart: T.J. Neal, LB, Illinois. As a redshirt sophomore in 2013, he notched 38 stops. He


Matt Limegrover Q&A: Mitch Leidner has 'it' factor

The Jerry Kill era has featured steady improvement. And the offense has symbolized that ascent, making strides each of the last three seasons. Credit coordinator and line coach Matt Limegrover. The scoring average has gone from 18.4 in 2011 to 22.1 to 25.7 last year. And the total offense has risen from 310.3 to 321.4 to 343.3 in 2013. Limegrover has the makings of perhaps his best offense yet, as he has forged a hard-edged attack that is known for being physical and running the ball. The next step in the offense’s evolution is to augment a passing game that

Drew Brees

Check out these 50 fun Big Ten football facts

With football season just around the corner, decided to offer up a heavy dose of Big Ten football facts. See Sean Merriman’s 50 fun and interesting list of factoids in this post. Have another tidbit? Feel free to leave it in the comment box at the bottom of the post. [ MORE: Get Tom Dienhart’s Big Ten football coverage ] 1. The first-ever Heisman Trophy winner (1935) was awarded to a player from a Big Ten school (Jay Berwanger, University of Chicago). 2. Michigan is 19-2 at home under head coach Brady Hoke, but 7-11 when playing at other

Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports

Six B1G basketball stars land on top 50 players list

It’s the summer, so that means there’s no shortage of countdowns for your consumption. Today, released its 50 best players in college basketball. The Big Ten was all over the list, with six players included. Wisconsin’s Frank Kaminsky and Sam Dekker paced the Big Ten, at No. 6 and No. 9, respectively. See all the Big Ten players included in this post. No. 6 Frank Kaminsky “When he dropped 40 in a December game, I thought it was an outlier. Then, he continued to dominate all season, and was unstoppable at times in March (until Kentucky held him to

2014 Preseason Watch Lists

Dienhart ranks his B1G favorites for every award

America is awash in names, as the official “watch lists” have been revealed for the major college football awards. Who will win the Doak Walker Award? The Butkus Award? Here are my top three Big Ten picks for each bauble. CAMP/MAXWELL (Player of the Year) 1. Braxton Miller, QB, Ohio State. The dynamic Miller is the quintessential big play waiting to happen. His passing continues to improve, but Miller’s best weapon always will be his feet. No offensive player is more feared. 2. Connor Cook, QB, Michigan State. An underrated athlete, Cook showed moxie in taking over the job last


Big Ten names on Walter Camp Award watch list

It’s mid-July, and that means it’s preseason college football awards watch lists season. See which Big Ten players were named to the Walter Camp Award watch list in this post. Also, see the watch list for every award. Walter Camp Award (Most outstanding player): Ameer Abdullah, RB, Nebraska; Chi Chi Ariguzo, LB, Northwestern; Shilique Calhoun, DE, Michigan State; Stefon Diggs, WR, Maryland; Devin Funchess, WR, Michigan; Melvin Gordon, RB, Wisconsin; Randy Gregory, DE, Nebraska; Braxton Miller, QB, Ohio State 2014 PRESEASON AWARDS WATCH LISTS Maxwell Award (Player of the Year): Ameer Abdullah, RB, Nebraska; Connor Cook, QB, Michigan State; Stefon

Vince Biegel

10 new Big Ten starters poised for big seasons

Can you feel it, Big Ten fans? College football is just over one month away, which means it’s time to get you ready for the season. We already know about the big-time stars in the conference, including Braxton Miller, Melvin Gordon and Shilique Calhoun, to name a few. But how about those first-year starters who could make an immediate impact? Here is a look at 10 new Big Ten starters who are poised for big seasons in 2014. [ MORE: Ranking the Big Ten’s Top 10 QB-WR duos ] Vonn Bell, S, Ohio State: The Buckeyes are expected to have

Ralph Friedgen

Ralph Friedgen Q&A: 'I enjoyed myself' last three years

Rutgers coach Kyle Flood’s most vital recruit in the offseason may not have been any player. Rather, it may have been luring Ralph Friedgen out of retirement. Friedgen brings a wealth of experience to Rutgers, where he will be the fifth offensive coordinator in five years. “The Fridge” sat out the past three seasons following a successful 10-year run at Maryland that included an ACC title and Orange Bowl appearance in 2001. Friedgen also has coordinated offenses at places like Georgia Tech, when it won a share of the 1990 national title, and with the San Diego Chargers, when they