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Reader mail: Big Ten questions pouring in

It’s time to reach into my weekly mailbag. Lots of interesting cards and letters this week. Brady Hoke? Penn State schedule predictions? Indiana football on the rise? Ohio State and the chip on its shoulder?

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Video: Close shave in Gophers' dugout

Minnesota lost to Nebraska 7-4 on Friday in the Big Ten Baseball Tournament, ending its run there. But during the game, the Gophers had some more fun after doing the same earlier in the day. Watch closely in the video in this post. One of the Gopher players gets a shave while Minnesota coach John Anderson talks to our BTN announcers. Can’t beat fun at the old ballpark.

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Video: Illini, Gophers bring the dugout antics

During Friday’s Big Ten Baseball Tournament elimination game between Illinois and Minnesota, players from both teams looked like they were rather loose. During the game, Minnesota’s players had some fun behind the back of Minnesota coach John Anderson. For Illinois, several players acted out a little pantomime before the game, with one player playing the role of a dog. Just watch the videos in this post to see what we’re talking about.

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2013 rankings: How do Big Ten QB units rate?

Quarterback play hasn’t been at an elite level in the Big Ten in recent years. In fact, many feel that’s one reason for the conference’s struggles. But this year’s collection of passers teems with potential.

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Big Ten Baseball Tourney: Day 2 roundup

The 2013 Big Ten Baseball Tournament continued Thursday at Target Field with three more games. Illinois survived by eliminating Michigan, Ohio State rallied to top Nebraska, and top-seeded Indiana held off Minnesota.

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Badgers have slate built for success

First-year Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen has a schedule that’s built for success. The Badgers should start no worse than 3-1—maybe even 4-0—as they head to Ohio State on Sept. 28. After visiting the Horseshoe, the Badgers don’t have a lot of heavy lifting.

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