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Christian Hackenberg

B1G spring football: Top 3 players at each position

Iowa, Michigan State and Rutgers wrapped up the Big Ten spring football season with spring games on Saturday. After 13 games, one practice and an infamous cat leading Nebraska onto the field, it’s safe to say that this year’s spring was a success. Many Big Ten teams faced questions heading into the spring, and a number of those questions were answered. So now we ask: Who are the top players in the conference heading into the 2014 Big Ten football season? Here is a breakdown of the top three Big Ten players at each position. QUARTERBACK 1. Braxton Miller, Ohio

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Dienhart: Iowa spring football wrap

Iowa is coming off a nice rebound season in 2013, forging an 8-5 mark (5-3 Big Ten) a year after going 4-8 (2-6). Now, expectations are high in Iowa City for a Hawkeyes program that brings back lots of talent and could win the inaugural Big Ten West as Kirk Ferentz begins his 16th season. The biggest reason for optimism? An offense that teems with as much skill-position talent as it has had in years. Here are some observations about spring ball in Iowa City. [ MORE: Read all of our Big Ten spring football coverage ] 1. Iowa may

NCAA Football: Norfolk State at Rutgers

Dienhart: Rutgers spring football wrap

Rutgers is ready to turn the page on a 2013 season that began with the promise of a 4-1 start but melted into a 6-7 finish. The program seemingly has been energized by its maiden Big Ten voyage. Great possibilities loom—as do challenges. Is this roster up to the challenge? Kyle Flood has some talent to work with. Here are some thoughts from the Scarlet Knights’ spring practices, which concluded Saturday. [ MORE: Read all of our Big Ten spring football coverage ] 1. The spring featured a quarterback battle. And, it looks like Gary Nova has the edge—a big

NCAA Basketball: Penn State at Indiana

Four B1G stars listed in's mock draft’s Gary Parrish pegs four former Big Ten stars as lottery picks in his latest mock draft. Parrish predicts Noah Vonleh (Indiana) to go No. 5, Gary Harris (Michigan State) No. 10, Nik Stauskas (Michigan) No. 11 and Adreian Payne (Michigan State) No. 12. See what Parrish says about each player in this post. [ MORE: 2014 Mock Draft ] Noah Vonleh, No. 5 (Boston) Vonleh was the rare bright spot for an all-over-the-place Indiana team. He basically averaged a double-double in 26 minutes per game, and his upside is too good for him to go much lower than

Byron Hetzler-USA TODAY Sports

Start your week off with these 10 Big Ten headlines

The Spartans put a bow on spring drills on Saturday. And, this team looks good. Yes, it has some areas to shore up, like defensive tackle and the offensive lines. Still, there is a lot to like. So much so that there is … national championship talk? Yes, your ears aren’t deceiving you. “We kept saying Rose Bowl, Rose Bowl, since I’ve been here, and we finally achieved it,” said Bennie Fowler, a departing fifth-year senior receiver told Mike Griffith of “The next step is a national championship. “They don’t need to think about the Rose Bowl anymore, they

osu football

The week that was:'s top 10 stories

It’s Monday, and that means it’s time to take a look back at’s top 10 most-read stories of the week that was. See all 10 stories, plus our top video, in this post. 1. BTN releases 2014 prime-time football slate 2. Yarina: A super-early look at 2014-15 hoops predictions 3. Dienhart: Here are my final Big Ten hoops grades 4. NFL Draft history: Big Ten stunners & surprises 5. Bardo: Top returning Big Ten basketball players 6. NFL Draft: Where could Big Ten prospects land? 7. Video: Michigan State spring game highlights 8. Dienhart: Michigan State defense still has

Wide receivers

Who will be Big Ten's best wide receiver in 2014?

The Big Ten lost a lot of talent at receiver, including, but not limited to, Jared Abbrederis, Corey Brown, Quincy Enunwa, Jeremy Gallon, Cody Latimer and Allen Robinson. With all of that top-flight production gone, which receiver will have the best 2014 season? See’s Sean Merriman and Brent Yarina’s predictions in this post. Sean Merriman Stefon Diggs, Maryland. From a pure talent standpoint, Diggs gets my vote for the top wideout in the Big Ten next season, and it really isn’t even that close. The only question is, how will Diggs respond after having surgery to repair a broken fibula

Northwestern Tennis

NU nips Michigan, wins 16th B1G crown in as many years

The run the Northwestern women’s tennis team is on is nothing short of amazing. The Wildcats made it 16 straight seasons with a Big Ten title – either the regular season title or tourney crown – Sunday afternoon at the Combe Tennis Center. This time, Northwestern rallied in the title match, erasing a 3-1 deficit en route to a 4-3 victory over top-seed Michigan. [ MORE: ‘Cats rally to defeat Michigan, 4-3, for Big Ten title ] Senior Belinda Niu clinched the title by rallying and outlasting Ronit Yurovsky. #16 Northwestern 4, #17 Michigan 3 Singles 1. #10 Emina

Kyle Flood

Kyle Flood gives thoughts on Rutgers spring game

Rutgers completed its spring drills with the Scarlet & White Spring Game on Saturday afternoon. Now, the next time you see Rutgers take the field, it will be as a member of the Big Ten. The Scarlet Knight, along with Maryland, become an official member July 1. Hear Flood’s post-spring impressions in this post. FINAL: White 21, Scarlet 0. Desmon Peoples leads the way rushing for 85yds and 2 TDs to give the white squad the win! — Rutgers Football (@RFootball) April 26, 2014 Photo Gallery: Some of the sights from today’s Scarlet & White spring game #RFootball –

Ohio State Tennis

Ohio State claims Big Ten men's tennis tourney

The Ohio State men’s tennis team continued its dominance Sunday, claiming its eighth Big Ten tourney in the last nine years. The top-seeded Buckeyes dropped No. 2 seed Illinois, 4-2, at Michigan State. Hunter Callahan clinched match-point with a 7-6, 6-4 victory over Ross Guignon. Big Ten Tournament Champions! That's eight tournament crowns in nine years! #GoBucks #Dominant @bigtenchamps — Ohio State M Tennis (@OhioState_MTEN) April 27, 2014