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Tom Osborne

A look back at last three Big Ten expansions

With Rutgers and Maryland primed officially to join the Big Ten on Tuesday to make it a 14-team conference, I thought it would be interesting to look back on the last three times the Big Ten expanded. There was Michigan State, in 1949, Penn State, in 1990, and Nebraska, in 2010. [ MORE: Mascots on the loose in D.C. | Delany dons first Maryland B1G apparel ] 1949: Michigan State. The school—known then as Michigan State College–was looking for an upgrade when it began a push for membership in the 1940s. Credit school president John Hannah for being a guiding

Christian Hackenberg

Penn State tops offensive backfield rankings

The dog days of summer are settling in. That means two things: The Cubs’ season is officially over, and it’s time to look at the Big Ten units. I’ll begin with a look at the offensive backfields. And, as you’ll see, there is a lot of talent at running back—as well as some top-flight quarterbacks. 1. Penn State. The Nittany Lions have an impressive array of talent led by QB Christian Hackenberg, who has few peers as a passer and is a sure-fire future first-round selection. There also is a collection of nice running backs, including the likes of Zach

Big Ten Mascots

Photos: Big Ten mascots tour Washington D.C.

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. [ MORE: Gallery: Big Ten, BTN celebrate additions at New York party ] .@UWBuckyBadger shows @Testudo_UMD how it's done after a #Badgers TD. #ThinkB1G #B1GWelcome — Big Ten Conference (@bigtenconf) June 30, 2014 We're all just one #B1G family. #selfie #B1GWelcome — Big

Glenn Robinson III

2014 NBA Draft: Grading every Big Ten pick

A total of seven Big Ten prospects were selected in Thursday’s NBA draft. Michigan’s Nik Stauskas was the first player to come off the board at No. 8 overall, while Iowa’s Roy Devyn Marble was the final Big Ten prospect selected at No. 56. After every draft, comes plenty of draft grades. Here is a look at how some of the top sites graded last night’s Big Ten NBA Draft picks. [ MORE: Big Ten’s undrafted NBA prospects | Who was best dressed at the NBA draft? ] No. 8: Michigan SG Nik Stauskas (Sacramento) Marc Spears, @SpearsNBAYahoo, Yahoo Sports: “Viewed

2015 NBA Prospects

BTN experts' top 2015 NBA Draft prospects

The 2014 NBA Draft is hardly in the rearview mirror, but now it’s time to take a super-early look at the Big Ten’s top 2015 draft prospects. Who is the top prospect? BTN analysts Stephen Bardo and Shon Morris have different answers. See Bardo and Morris’ top 5 2015 prospects in this post. [ MORE: Seven former Big Ten stars selected in 2014 NBA Draft ] STEPHEN BARDO 1. Caris LeVert, Michigan. Big guard who can play three positions, including point guard. Ability to shoot, pass, break down defenders off bounce, rebound, and defend makes him a first-round lock. 2.

BTN New York Logo

BTN, Big Ten celebrate at NYC party

BTN threw an exclusive party at Cipriani in New York Thursday for 1,000 alumni and friends of the Big Ten that featured some of the conference’s best-known celebrities along with mascots and cheerleaders. We were there to celebrate the Big Ten’s expansion to the East Coast as well as increased distribution for BTN. On Wednesday, BTN President Mark Silverman told reporters that Comcast will carry BTN on a broader level of service in New Jersey and Maryland, joining Time Warner and Cablevision in expanding the network’s availability. BTN is expected to have more than 60 million subscribers nationwide by kickoff

Adreian Payne

NBA Draft: Adreian Payne's suit honors Lacey Holsworth

Former Michigan State standout Adreian Payne is now a member of the Atlanta Hawks. But, as Payne makes the transition from college to the NBA, there is one memory he vowed to hold on to during this process: Lacey Holsworth. [ MORE: Seven Big Ten players selected in 2014 NBA Draft | Poll: Best dressed? ] Payne honored the late Holsworth by embedding her nickname, Adorable Lacey, into the suit coat he wore to Thursday night’s NBA draft. The pink lining had significance, too, as it matched the color of the bracelet Payne wears to remember Holsworth. Pointing to "Adorable

Noah Vonleh

Seven Big Ten players taken in 2014 NBA Draft

The 2014 NBA Draft is in the books. Seven former Big Ten stars were selected Thursday night, including first-rounders Nik Stauskas (No. 8), Noah Vonleh (9), Adreian Payne (15), Gary Harris (19) and Mitch McGary (21). See where all of the Big Ten draft picks will continue their careers in this post. [ MORE: See where undrafted Big Ten players are headed ] No. 8: Michigan SG Nik Stauskas (Sacramento) Dreams really do come true!! Excited to be a member of the Sacramento Kings! The journey is just beginning and the best has yet to come! — Nik Stauskas (@NStauskas11)

NBA Draft Features

Video: Relive our 2014 NBA Draft features

At night’s end, the Big Ten’s top NBA draft prospects will know where they are continuing their basketball careers. Before Cleveland is on clock, at 8 p.m. ET, relive all of BTN’s 2014 NBA Draft features in this post. [ MORE: Get all of our NBA draft coverage | Track the draft Thursday night ] Adreian Payne talks about promise to grandma and remembers Lacy Holsworth Payne and Nik Stauskas form bond post rivalry Stauskas talks about thrill of being on cusp of NBA career Jim Jackson sits down with longtime friends Gary Harris & Glenn Robinson III

BCS Players

School-by-school: Big Ten's top BCS-era players

Goodbye, BCS. Hello, College Football Playoff. With the new playoff system set to debut this fall, I hit the rewind button and asked one beat writer from all 14 schools for his team’s top player of the BCS era. Here is what I got. * Responses are based on these writers’ personal opinions, and they are not speaking on behalf of the publication for which they write for. [ MORE: BCS Flashbacks: Our top BCS-Era teams by school ] ILLINOIS Matt Daniels (@mdaniels_NG), News-Gazette: Juice Williams (2006-2009) – The BCS era didn’t exactly treat the Illini well. The program only