National signing day for football has become a major happening as Big Ten football programs join the rest of the nation’s teams to officially welcome their signed football recruits. But once the dust settled and the lists were set, BTN.com’s Tom Dienhart pulled together a few more of the interesting notes from around the Big Ten.
The Hockey City Classic college hockey doubleheader at Soldier Field on Saturday includes two games: Michigan State vs. Michigan at 8 p.m. ET ahead of Miami (Ohio) vs. Western Michigan at 4 p.m. ET. The Michigan-Michigan State game airs live on BTN/BTN2Go.
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In Thursday morning’s roundup of Big Ten stories from beat writers, we collected a number of interesting “day after Signing Day” links, including one that says Ohio State’s offensive coordinator is certain Braxton Miller will return. Also, who flipped? And which two schools had surprisingly good days? All that and more in this post.
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It’s no secret that Maryland’s Dez Wells is one of the Big Ten’s elite finishers. The Terrapins star senior stated his case again in Wednesday night’s 64-58 home win vs. Penn State.
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Purdue edged No. 20 Ohio State, 60-58, for its fourth straight win, and No. 16 Maryland held on to knock off upset-minded Penn State, 64-58, on Wednesday night.
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BTN interviewed all 14 Big Ten football coaches on Wednesday’s two-hour “BTN Football & Beyond: Signing Day Special.”