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Illinois Softball

Big Ten softball tourney: Day 1 results, video

Day 1 of the Big Ten softball tourney is in the books. Here are the results: No. 6 Purdue topped No. 11 Indiana, No. 7 Ohio State dropped No. 10 Penn State and No. 9 Illinois ousted No. 8 Iowa and No. 5 Northwestern put away No. 12 Michigan State. See the full schedule and watch Thursday’s top highlights 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 Game 2: No. 7

NCAA Football: Notre Dame at Michigan

Ranking Big Ten's Top 50 NFL Draft prospects

Big Ten football fans have plenty to be excited about at the NFL draft. By almost every expert’s estimation, there should be at least five Big Ten prospects selected in the opening round of the draft, which kicks off at 8 p.m. Thursday night at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. We have all heard about some of the top Big Ten prospects in this year’s draft, but let’s go ahead and get deeper into the rankings. [ MORE:’s 2014 Big Ten football mock draft ] Here is my big board of the top 50 Big Ten

Marc Lebryk-USA TODAY Sports

Check out's 2014 Big Ten NFL mock draft

The 2014 NFL Draft gets underway Thursday night, so the team decided to host its own Big Ten football mock draft. The rules: Only Big Ten NFL draft prospects are eligible, and every manager must draft one of the following positions: QB, RB, WR, TE, OL, DL, ILB, OLB, CB, S. [ MORE: Get all of our 2014 NFL Draft coverage ] Here are the teams. TOM DIENHART QB: Andrew Maxwell, Michigan State RB: Fitz Toussaint, Michigan WR: Allen Robinson, Penn State TE: C.J. Fiedorowicz, Iowa OL: Taylor Lewan, Michigan DL: DaQuan Jones, Penn State ILB: Chris Borland, Wisconsin

Devyn Marble

DraftExpress: 9 B1G stars to attend NBA Draft Combine

Nine former Big Ten basketball players will attend the NBA Draft Combine on May 14-18 in Chicago, according to DraftExpress. The unofficial list is headlined by Indiana’s Noah Vonleh, a projected early lottery pick. See the all the Big Ten names in this post. [ MORE: View the entire NBA Combine list ] Noah Vonleh, Indiana Devyn Marble, Iowa Mitch McGary, Michigan Glenn Robinson III, Michigan Nik Stauskas, Michigan Gary Harris, Michigan State Adreian Payne, Michigan State Aaron Craft, Ohio State LaQuinton Ross, Ohio State It’s no shock to see any of these former Big Ten names receive an

Sierra Romero

Big Ten hands out 2014 All-Big Ten Softball honors

The Big Ten announced the 2014 All-Conference Teams and individual award winners on Wednesday. Michigan’s Sierra Romero captured Player of the Year honors for the second straight season, while Minnesota’s Sara Groenewegen became the first Golden Gopher to collect both Pitcher and Freshman of the Year honors in the same season. Nebraska’s Rhonda Revelle was tabbed the Big Ten Coach of the Year. [ MORE: Watch the 2014 B1G softball tourney on BTN/BTN2Go & BTDN ] 2014 All-Big Ten Softball Honors PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Sierra Romero, So., MICH PITCHER OF THE YEAR: Sara Groenewegen, Fr., MINN FRESHMAN OF THE

Andy Marlin-USA TODAY Sports

Dienhart: Big Ten's big, bold move East

NEW YORK — Jim Delany is a man on the move. Catch him if you can. The Big Ten commissioner is tugging a big black bag behind him as he walks toward a waiting Amtrak train that’s headed from New York’s Penn Station to Union Station in Washington, D.C. Train 2109 departs at 8 a.m. And Delany is ahead of schedule. He has a big announcement to make. There is no time to be tired. Only time to think about what’s next. The Big Ten is changing before our eyes. Oh, we all knew this was coming. We have known

Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

It's NFL draft eve! Read today's 10 Big Ten links

It’s NFL draft eve, people! It’s almost here … finally! Stock up on the Ro-Tel and chips. So, I would be remiss if I didn’t include at least ONE mock draft in today’s links, right? Right. This is a good one from that combines draft experts. The first Big Ten player off the board? Michigan OT Taylor Lewan. I thought Michigan State CB Darqueze Dennard might get that honor. Stay tuned. One guy who is creating a draft buzz as the opening bell approaches is Nebraska corner Stanley Jean-Baptiste. It seems the projections for him are all over the

Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports Gordon, Miller Heisman 'frontrunners'

While everyone is focused on the NFL draft,’s Zac Ellis is thinking about the Heisman Trophy. Yes, in early May. Ellis released his post-spring 2014 Heisman Watch on Monday, and he spotlights a handful of Big Ten stars. Ohio State QB Braxton Miller and Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon pace the Big Ten candidates as “The Frontrunners.” See all five players Ellis lists in the Heisman equation in this post. [ MORE: 2014 Heisman Watch: An early look at potential field ] Here’s a look at Ellis’ complete list: Plenty of Big Ten love here; in fact, it’s a

Ryan Shazier

Merriman: Best of 2014 Big Ten NFL Draft class

The NFL draft kicks off  Thursday evening, and it’s time to take a look at what NFL teams can expect from some of the top Big Ten prospects in this year’s draft class. Here is a list of 10 superlatives to get you ready for the much-anticipated NFL Draft. [ MORE: How Big Ten’s NFL Draft class stacks up to recent ones ] 1. Best passer: Kenny Guiton, Ohio State 2013 stats: 75-of-109, 749 yards, 14 TD, 2 INT Projected draft round: Late to undrafted 2. Best hands: Jared Abbrederis, Wisconsin 2013 stats: 78 rec, 1,081 yards, 7 TD Projected


Dienhart: Big Ten excited to put tourney in D.C.

WASHINGTON – Yesterday, it was New York. Today, it’s Washington. Welcome to the new Big Ten Eastern Wing. Soon after it was announced in 2012 that Rutgers and Maryland were joining the league, Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany pledged to build a bridge to the conference’s newcomers. One was built yesterday with the announcement of Dave Gavitt Tipoff Series between the Big Ten and Big East. Another bridge was officially constructed today, with the announcement that the 2017 Big Ten men’s basketball tourney—the 20th in history–is coming to the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. Since its inception in 1998, the