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Pat Fitzgerald

Dienhart: 3 questions for Wildcats this spring

Entering 2013, Northwestern was coming off a 10-win season that saw the program win its first bowl game since the 1948 season, ending a nine-game postseason losing skid. But the Wildcats are ready to turn the page on a 2013 season that opened with great promise but morphed into a season to forget. The Wildcats started strong, racing to a 4-0 start. But the wheels fell off from there, as Northwestern lost seven in a row before ending the campaign with a win over Illinois. The 5-7 mark ended NU’s five-season bowl streak, as the Wildcats finished last in the

Traevon Jackson

No more tweets at Iowa? Read Tuesday's links

Yes, Nebraska is rolling. But no team is rolling better than Wisconsin, which has won five in a row. The Badgers are still two games off the Big Ten pace, but that doesn’t matter. What does matter is the fact Wisconsin is back on track after losing five of six games before going on its recent run. And the Badgers may be headed to Milwaukee to play their first two NCAA games as a No. 3 seed. *** After beating Michigan State twice this season (and six of the last eight times) and resting atop the Big Ten standings as

NCAA Football: Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl-Michigan vs Kansas State

Dienhart: Hoke set for fourth spring in Ann Arbor

Brady Hoke is set to begin his fourth spring in Ann Arbor. And, make no mistake about it: There is a sense of urgency. Michigan is coming off a highly disappointing 7-6 season that saw the Wolverines start 5-0 and go 2-6 the rest of the way. Michigan finished 3-5 in the Big Ten, good for fifth in the Legends Division. All this after some felt the Wolverines would win the division. The season ended with a resounding thud, as Michigan was shellacked 31-14 in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl by Kansas State in a game that really wasn’t that

Terran Petteway

Player of the Year Tracker: Petteway new No. 1

With a couple weeks left in the regular season, there’s a new No. 1 in my latest Big Ten Player of the Year Tracker. That man is Nebraska’s Terran Petteway, who knocks Devyn Marble out of the top spot. Agree? Feel free to enter your thoughts in the comment box at the bottom of the post. [ MORE: View Stephen Bardo’s latest Big Ten Power Rankings ] 1. Terran Petteway, Nebraska – 45%, 18.4 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 1.6 apg, 0.9 spg, 0.7 blk. If people still aren’t buying Petteway as a top candidate here, well, I’m not sure what more

Ra'Shede Hageman

NFL Combine: Watch our Bullough, Hageman interviews

The NFL Scouting Combine is underway at Lucas Oil Stadium, which means former Big Ten players are busy trying to improve their pro stocks before the 2014 NFL Draft on May 8-10. BTN analysts Howard Griffith and Russ Lande are in Indianapolis to report on all of the familiar names. Watch our interviews with Minnesota’s Ra’Shede Hageman and Michigan State’s Max Bullough in this post. Max Bullough interview: Here are some tweets about the two players: Ra'shede Hageman puts up 32 reps on bench. #NFLCombine https://t.co/cWEo64wYgF — CollegeFootball 24/7 (@NFL_CFB) February 23, 2014 Ra'shede Hageman's 35.5" vertical jump led all D-tackles.

Sam Dekker

Badgers pace Big Ten in latest AP & Coaches Polls

The latest AP and Coaches polls came out Monday, and surging Wisconsin leads Big Ten teams at No. 14 in both. Michigan, fresh off its impressive victory over rival Michigan State, comes in No. 16 in each poll, followed by the aforementioned Spartans (No. 18/18), Iowa (No. 20/19) and Ohio State (No. 22/20). [ MORE: Listen to your coach’s teleconference | View our Power Rankings ] Here’s a look at the Coaches Poll: Coaches Rankings Rankings as of 2/24/2014 Rank School Record Votes Prev Rank 1 Florida Gators 25-2 791 (24) 2 2 Wichita State Shockers 29-0 771 (8) 3

Noah Vonleh

Merriman: Ranking Big Ten's top 10 freshmen

As the Big Ten hoops season comes down the final stretch, the play of several freshmen could make-or-break a team’s NCAA Tournament chances. Be it on the offensive or defensive end on the court, there are plenty of Big Ten freshmen who have made their presence felt. Here is my ranking of the top 10 freshman performers. [ MORE: Check out Stephen Bardo’s latest Big Ten Power Rankings ] 1. Noah Vonleh, PF, Indiana. Vonleh has been outstanding in his first year in Bloomington. The 6-10, 240 pound big man is averaging 11.7 points and 9.4 rebounds per game, which

Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

Big Ten Geeks: Full Stauskas & top defenders

First, a recap of the weekend’s games. But jump to the end for our take on the Big Ten’s best defensive players so far this season. Or as I’ve come to know it—Our Annual Solicitation of Hate Mail from Buckeye Fans. Let’s start things off with Michigan, shall we? The Wolverines took firm control of the conference race by completing their sweep of the in-state rival Spartans. The Wolverine offense—and Nik Stauskas in particular—could not be stopped in the second half. What has to make this loss burn even more is just how well Michigan State played at the other

Devyn Marble

B1G Whiteboard: Who's on upset alert this week?

There isn’t a marquee matchup this week, but there are some interesting subplots to follow as we hit the homestretch of the season. Among them: Iowa. The Hawkeyes will play three games this week, traveling to Minnesota and Indiana while playing host to Purdue. That’s three games in five days. How will the Hawkeyes respond to this grueling run? Game of the week: Iowa at Minnesota – Tuesday. This is a big game for both team’s postseason positioning. The Hawkeyes are coming off a disheartening home loss to Wisconsin that ended a two-game winning streak and probably trashed their Big

Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

Sterling Carter tears ACL, out for rest of season

Matt Painter announced Monday that senior guard Sterling Carter will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a knee injury in Sunday’s loss at Nebraska. Carter tore his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and his medial and lateral meniscus in his right knee while making a drive in the second half. “We are obviously disappointed for Sterling and really feel for him,” Painter said in the team release. “It’s very unfortunate to see his collegiate career end like this. Sterling gave all he had for the program this year and did everything we asked of him since his arrival last