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Jim Delany

Jim Delany Press Conference - 2013 B1G Football Media Day

As is the case every year on the first day of Big Ten media days, Big Ten head coaches and commissioner Jim Delany had their time on the podium.  All 12 coaches met the media, starting with Northwestern’s Pat Fitzgerald and ending with Iowa’s Kirk Ferentz.

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Video: Ohio State Urban Meyer's 360 Vine

Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

Ohio State's Urban Meyer - 2013 B1G Football Media Day

CHICAGO – Urban Meyer is a big draw under normal circumstances. Add Ohio State’s recent player discipline to the equation, and the two-time national championship coach easily had the largest throng of media following him at Wednesday’s Big Ten media day. Meyer knew the attention was coming. He also knew he’d be answering plenty off-the-field questions despite being the coach of a popular preseason pick to make the BCS title game.

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Big Ten media day notebook: Updates, video & tweets

Taylor Lewan & Devin Gardner

Michigan Season Preview - 2013 B1G Football Media Day

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CHICAGO – Big Ten media days are underway at the Hilton Chicago. Thirty-six players and all 12 coaches are here and meeting the media. Get caught up on Wednesday’s happenings in this Day 1 Notebook.

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Dienhart: Michigan's offense shifts gears

NCAA Football: Big Ten-Media Day

Michigan's Brady Hoke - 2013 B1G Media Day

The spread offense is all the rage. Just look around. More and more schools are using the scheme—and playing at an up-tempo. Oregon is the standard. But not at Michigan. Nope. It officially is dumping the spread now that Denard Robinson is gone. Truthfully, the Wolverines began a transition to a more pro-style attack in 2012 when Robinson got hurt and Devin Gardner took over for a program whose trademark for years before Rich Rodriguez was hired in 2008 was a conventional scheme.

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