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Where Big Ten stars land on 2015 NFL Draft mock drafts

The dust hasn’t even settled on the 2014 NFL draft and some pundits already are looking ahead to the 2015 draft. Oh, brother. Needless to say, a lot can change between now and next May. But, take a gander at a few of the early, early, early 2015 mock drafts in this post. [ MORE: Get all of our NFL draft coverage ] No. 4 Shilique Calhoun, DE, Michigan State No. 8 Randy Gregory, DE, Nebraska No. 17 Michael Bennett, DT, Ohio State No. 19 Brandon Scherff, OT, Iowa No. 31 Noah Spence, DE, Ohio State No. 32 Stefon

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Five Big Ten teams make NCAA Softball Tourney

Five Big Ten softball teams earned NCAA tournament berths Sunday night, led by Minnesota, which won the Big Ten Tournament championship and earned the No. 16 overall seed. The other Big Ten teams include Big Ten regular-season co-champs Michigan and Nebraska, plus Northwestern and Wisconsin. The five teams mark the conference’s most since 2009. See each team’s draw in this post. [ MORE: View the official interactive bracket ] MICHIGAN (42-12) – Tempe Regional (9 Arizona State, Dartmouth, San Diego State) Michigan earns a spot in the @NCAAsoftball Tournament for the 20th consecutive season! #GoBlue #RoadtoWCWS — Michigan Softball

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Video: Watch our Darqueze Dennard NFL Draft feature

On Sunday night, BTN aired a feature on former Michigan State standout Darqueze Dennard, who was selected in the first round of this week’s NFL Draft by the Cincinnati Bengals. The feature gives fans an inside look at Dennard’s rise from Twiggs County High School to the NFL. Watch the complete feature in this post. [ MORE: NFL Draft: Four Big Ten players taken in Round 1 ] Dennard was introduced in a press conference Monday. See photos below: Darqueze Dennard and @Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis respond to questions during Saturday's press conference. — Spartan Football (@MSU_Football) May


Video: Watch Sunday's Big Ten baseball highlights

Looking for the top plays from Sunday’s Big Ten baseball action? We clipped all of the highlight packages from Sunday’s games and posted them here. Watch the highlights in this post. [ MORE: Get Big Ten baseball recaps | Get Big Ten softball recaps ] Michigan 4, Ohio State 1 Minnesota 4, Purdue 3 Other Big Ten baseball scores *Indiana 9, Penn State 2 Nebraska 4, Michigan State 1 Illinois 4, Iowa 2 Northwestern 4, SIU Edwardsville 1 * With its 9-2 victory over Penn State on Sunday, Indiana (35-12, 19-2 Big Ten) claimed at least a share of the

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Dienhart: My 2014 Big Ten All-Undrafted Team

The Big Ten had 30 players taken in the just completed NFL draft. But plenty of good players go undrafted every year and end up making NFL rosters and often having good careers. Some notables: Kurt Warner, Tony Romo, John Randle, Priest Holmes and Wes Welker. Here’s a team of Big Ten players who went undrafted the previous three days but have signed free-agent deals—and could end up being stars. [ MORE: Dienahrt: Big Ten well-represented in NFL Draft ] OFFENSE WR: Bennie Fowler, Michigan State (Broncos) WR: Corey Brown, Ohio State (Panthers) WR: Ryan Lankford, Illinois (Dolphins) TE: Jacob

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Big Ten Softball tourney: Gophers take home title

Sam Macken had the game-winning RBI in the bottom of the seventh to lead No. 3 Minnesota to a 3-2 victory over No. 1 Michigan in the Big Ten Softball Tournament championship game. The victory marked the second Big Ten softball title in program history, and the first since 1999. Minnesota kicked off the day with a 9-0 shutout win over Ohio State in a tournament semifinal matchup. Michigan followed with an impressive 4-3 win over Wisconsin in the second semifinal game, which set up the championship matchup. Catch up on Saturday’s action, get the best video highlights and view

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Big Ten Softball tourney: Day 2 results, video

Day 2 of the 2014 Big Ten Softball Tournament ended with No. 1 Michigan, No. 3 Minnesota, No. 4 Wisconsin and No. 7 Ohio State, which upset co-champ and No. 2 Nebraska, all advancing to Saturday’s semifinals. Catch up on Friday’s action, get the best video highlights and view the semifinals schedule in this post. 2014 BIG TEN SOFTBALL TOURNEY (ALL TIMES CT) HOW TO WATCH LIVE LIVE STATS Thursday, May 8 Game 1: No. 6 Purdue 4, No. 11 Indiana 2 Live stream – BTDN RECAP | BOX | VIDEO Game 2: No. 7 Ohio State 6, No. 10

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Dienhart: My best available Big Ten players

The Big Ten had just one way to go after producing only one selection in the first round of last year’s NFL draft: up. Last night, the Big Ten had four picks, with Michigan OT Taylor Lewan leading the way at No. 11 to the Titans. Ohio State LB Ryan Shazier went No. 15 to Pittsburgh, followed by Michigan State CB Darqueze Dennard at No. 24 to Cincinnati and Ohio State CB Bradley Roby at No. 31 to Denver. The SEC led the way with 11 picks last night followed by the ACC (5), AAC (4), Big Ten (4), Pac-12

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Mailbag: D.C., Gavitt games, 14-team tourney format

It has been a busy week, what with the announcements of a basketball series with the Big East and the hoop tourney moving to Washington, D.C., in 2017. Lots of mail on the subject of the Big Ten moving East. So, let’s dig in with some of your thoughts. While I live here on the East Coast and it benefits me, Jim Delany has cheapened the B1G brand by moving the basketball tourney to Washington. Hanging your hat on an East Coast market that has little college sports interest seems foolish. – Greg Zyntek I think we all know the

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One last look at Big Ten NFL draft prospects

The Big Ten should be well-represented in tonight’s first round of the NFL draft. Colleague Sean Merriman pointed out in a recent piece for that by almost every draft expert’s estimation, as many as five Big Ten players could hear their names called tonight. [ MORE: Get all of our 2014 NFL Draft coverage ] The first Big Ten player most likely off the board? Michigan offensive tackle Taylor Lewan. Michigan State cornerback Darqueze Dennard, Ohio State linebacker Ryan Shazier, Minnesota defensive tackle Ra’Shede Hageman and Ohio State cornerback Bradley Roby also could be selected tonight during festivities at