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2:30 PMNorthwestern at Rutgers Watch
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Spring Football: Q&A with former Gopher QB Adam Weber

Adam Weber enjoyed a standout career during his time at Minnesota. The former Gopher signal caller holds school records for career passing yards with 10.917 and career touchdown passes with 72. Currently an NFL free agent, Weber will be taking on a new role and spending his time in the booth on Saturday to call the Gophers’ annual spring football game. I recently caught up with Weber and asked him about Jerry Kill, Big Ten expansion and a number of other fun-filled topics. Watch Minnesota’s spring game live on BTN2Go this Saturday. [ MORE: Spring Football: What to watch for

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Spring Football: What to watch for on Saturday

There will be a lot to watch at the Ohio State spring game this Saturday. How will the defense look? Is the offensive line coming together? Any good running backs with Carlos Hyde gone? Ohio State is one of eight Big Ten schools conducting spring games that day. The rest: Penn State, Purdue, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, Indiana. All of them can be seen live online via BTN2Go and find out when they air on TV via our TV schedule. As for the Ohio State game, I’m also looking forward to halftime. No, not because the band will play or

Penn State Fans

Spring Football Q&A: Mauti to call PSU game

The new-look Penn State Nittany Lions will take the field on Saturday for their annual spring football game. Fans will get a first-look at new head coach James Franklin, who takes over a Penn State team coming off a 7-5 season and a 4-4 mark in Big Ten play. Former Penn State standout Michael Mauti, who is a member of the Minnesota Vikings, will be doing color commentary on BTN’s broadcast of Penn State’s spring game on Saturday. The game will be available to watch at 1:30 p.m. ET on BTN2Go, and then will air on delay on BTN at

Lacey Holsworth

Merriman: If everyone could inspire like Lacey

They say that it doesn’t matter what someone is born, but, instead, what they grow to be. In eight short years of life, Lacey Holsworth, whose battle with cancer and relationship with Michigan State’s basketball program became known nationwide, grew to be an inspiration to anyone who knew her story. Lacey, or Princess Lacey as so many knew her as, passed away late Tuesday night. Only 8, and after a battle with a rare form of cancer known as neuroblastoma, Princess Lacey let go of this world and moved on to a higher place. [ MORE: Twitter: Spartans, Big Ten

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Izzo, Hollis release statement on Lacey Holsworth

Michigan State men’s basketball coach Tom Izzo and athletics director Mark Hollis released a joint statement on the passing of Lacey Holsworth, the eight-year-old Adreian Payne fan who died late Tuesday night. Read both statements in this post. [ MORE: Lacey Holsworth, 8, dies | Twitter: Reaction to Holsworth’s death ] Matt Holsworth texts there will be a memorial for Lacey on April 17 at Breslin. And he adds: "Continue her legacy! Love unconditionally." — Joe Rexrode (@joerexrode) April 9, 2014 Tom Izzo: “Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire Holsworth family today. Princess Lacey has taught us all

Lacey Holsworth Tribute

Video: Michigan State softball honors Lacey Holsworth

The Michigan State softball team honored Lacey Holsworth during its game Wednesday afternoon vs. Indiana. Holsworth, the 8-year-old with neuroblastoma who befriended Michigan State star basketball player Adreian Payne, died from cancer late Tuesday night. Watch the softball team’s tribute in this post.  

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Spartans, Big Ten mourn Lacey Holsworth's death

The Michigan State family and the Big Ten basketball community are mourning the loss of Adreian Payne superfan Lacey Holsworth. Holsworth, the adorable 8-year-old who suffered from neuroblastoma, died late Tuesday night. Read more here. The news hit the basketball world hard, and many people went to social media to offer their condolences. See the messages in this post. [ MORE: Watch all of BTN’s Lacey Holsworth videos ] It was time for my lil princess to go home & feel no more pain,now she's happy & she's my angel watching over me. pic.twitter.com/bpUPCipcif — Adreian Payne (@Adreian_Payne) April 10,

A.J. Hammons

Merriman: What lineups could look like if stars leave

April 27th. Remember that date, Big Ten basketball fans. That is the day in which college basketball players across the nation must decide whether they are going to stay in school or make the jump to the NBA. There are several Big Ten players who currently face that decision and will have to make a choice in the upcoming weeks. On that list is Michigan’s Nik Stauskas, Glenn Robinson III and Mitch McGary, Michigan State’s Gary Harris and Branden Dawson and Purdue’s A.J. Hammons. Wisconsin’s Sam Dekker and Frank Kaminsky are also included on the list, although several media outlets,

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Adreian Payne fan Lacey Holsworth, 8, dies from cancer

Lacey Holsworth, the 8-year-old who befriended Michigan State superstar Adreian Payne, died late Tuesday night. Her parents confirmed the news Wednesday morning with a photo posted to Instagram that read: “Princess Lacey has achieved the ultimate victory. She now dances among angels…. The world is a better place because you were in it. Our hearts are broken. We love you Doll. Dance all night… Mommy and Daddy, Will, Mitchell, and Luke.” [ MORE: Watch all of BTN’s Lacey Holsworth videos ] Princess Lacey has achieved the ultimate victory. She now dances among angels…. The world is a better place because

Trevor Siemian

Trevor Siemian says union push was rushed, wrong

(AP) Northwestern’s Trevor Siemian says it was wrong for former quarterback Kain Colter and other players to explore unionization without first taking their concerns to their coach and administrators. A regional director for the National Labor Relations Board has cleared the way for Northwestern’s scholarship football players to vote April 25 on whether to form what would be the nation’s first union for college athletes. Coach Pat Fitzgerald has told his players to vote against the union. Colter is leading the effort to unionize the players. Siemian, his replacement at quarterback, opposes the move and said Wednesday he has been