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Penn State Tight Ends

Twitter: Our guys' tweets from Penn State camp

The BTN Football Tour has reached Penn State, stop No. 3 of 12 across Big Ten country. Our guys, Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo, Howard Griffith and Tom Dienhart, took in Thursday’s practice, and they tweeted their thoughts throughout the session. Get the best tweets in this post. TOM DIENHART Christian Hackenberg passes the eyeball test. Gotta see if he can digest play book. Would O'Brien shrink play book for him? #PennState — Tom Dienhart (@BTNTomDienhart) August 8, 2013 #PennState is loaded at #PennState loaded at TE. Here are two: 87 Carter and 18 James, who may be best. pic.twitter.com/XWuk4pPFCO —

Ryan Shazier

SI.com: 7 Big Ten stars on Preseason All-America Team

SI.com released its 2013 Preseason All-America Team on Thursday, and seven Big Ten players made the cut. Michigan offensive tackle Taylor Lewan, Ohio State linebacker Ryan Shazier and Ohio State cornerback Bradley Roby led the way as first-teamers, while Nebraska guard Spencer Long, Michigan State linebacker Max Bullough, Wisconsin linebacker Chris Borland and Northwestern kicker Jeff Budzien made the second team. [ SI.com: 2013 Preseason All-America Team ] No, there’s no Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller. That’s not a huge shock, though, because there’s only two slots and reigning Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel returns. Louisville’s Teddy Bridgewater was the

Jim Delany & Urban Meyer

Q&A: Thanks for joining us on the bus, commish!

When it comes to traveling, Jim Delany is the best. The Big Ten commissioner hitched a ride on the BTN bus during the first three stops—Indiana, Ohio State and Penn State–of our tour of training camps. He sat quietly on the back of the bus, surfing his iPad, reading, relaxing. And thinking. I’m sure the most powerful man in college sports is always thinking. It’s one of the things that makes Delany a collegiate icon who has been at the forefront of reshaping and transforming collegiate sports in his 25 years as Big Ten commissioner. His list of accomplishments is

Nebraska vs Wisconsin

B1G Player Rankings: No. 21, Melvin Gordon

We’re 21 days from the 2013 football season kicking off. Indiana (Indiana State) and Minnesota (UNLV) get things started for the Big Ten on Thursday, Aug. 29 on BTN/BTN2Go. To help count down the days to kickoff, BTN.com is ranking the top 25 players. Join us as we count it down, from 25-1, every day. No. 21: Melvin Gordon, RB, Wisconsin With Montee Ball and has gaggle of records gone, there is a big void in the Wisconsin backfield. Look for Gordon to assume a big role—along with senior James White. Gordon flashed potential last season as a redshirt freshman,

November 24, 2012; University Park, PA, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions safety Jacob Fagnano (27) celebrates after getting an interception in the fourth quarter against the Wisconsin Badgers at Beaver Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-US PRESSWIRE

No. 4 game of 2012: Penn State 24, Wisconsin 21 (OT)

BTN/BTN2Go is airing the top 10 football games of 2012, and the countdown has reached No. 4: Penn State’s memorable 24-21 overtime victory over Wisconsin. Watch the game at 8 p.m. ET tonight, and the next three games at the same time through Sunday. Until then, relive the thrilling game in this post. [ RELATED: Check out our previous top 10 games of 2012 ] PENN STATE 24, WISCONSIN 21 (OT) Sam Ficken hit a 37-yard field goal in overtime, and Wisconsin’s Kyle French attempt from 45 yards went wide left to seal Penn State’s 24-21 win Saturday in an

Ryan Shazier

Dienhart: Thoughts from Ohio State camp

COLUMBUS, Ohio – There was a lot to like about Ohio State today. Many NFL teams concur, as there were close to a dozen on hand at Wednesday’s practice to watch the second-ranked Buckeyes work out. Before camp began, there was a lot to like about the power-spread offense, with quarterback Braxton Miller back along with a raft of veteran receivers and running backs. But the emergence of true freshman running back Dontre Wilson has been one of the biggest early stories. [ PROGRAM ALERT: Watch the Ohio State Preview Show at 8 p.m. ET Tuesday on BTN/BTN2Go ] On

Urban Meyer

Twitter: Our guys' tweets from Ohio State practice

Stop No. 2 on the BTN fall tour took us to Columbus, Ohio, to check out Big Ten preseason favorite Ohio State, which has national title aspirations following last year’s 12-0 first season under Urban Meyer. Our guys watched practice Wednesday morning, and we’re posted their best tweets in this post. [ PHOTOS: See all of our Instagram shots from today’s practice ] TOM DIENHART #Buckeye d line looks good. If coaches can get 341-pound Chris Carter to play hard all the time, look out. — Tom Dienhart (@BTNTomDienhart) August 7, 2013 @OsuCoachCoombs coaches like his hair is on fire!

Phillip Nelson

Best Case/Worst Case: Minnesota Golden Gophers

Minnesota could be poised for a breakout in Year Three under Jerry Kill, who got the program to its first bowl since 2009 last season. Playing in the rigorous Legends Division will make Kill’s task difficult with the likes of Nebraska, Michigan, Northwestern and Michigan State looming, but Kill continues to improve the talent on the roster. Here’s my look at the best- and worst-case scenarios for the Golden Gophers this season. MINNESOTA Best case: Minnesota eases into the schedule with five winnable games—four of which are at home. In fact, the Golden Gophers should be favored in each game—and

Deion Barnes

B1G Player Rankings: No. 22, Deion Barnes

We’re 22 days from the 2013 football season kicking off. Indiana (Indiana State) and Minnesota (UNLV) get things started for the Big Ten on Thursday, Aug. 29 on BTN/BTN2Go. To help count down the days to kickoff, BTN.com is ranking the top 25 players. Join us as we count it down, from 25-1, every day. No. 22: Deion Barnes, DE, Penn State Deion Barnes could be Penn State’s next great defensive end. As a redshirt freshman, the physically gifted Barnes tallied 10 tackles for loss, six sacks (both team highs) and thee forced fumbles (tied for team lead). That’s quite

Nov 24, 2012; Columbus, OH, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes defensive tackle Joel Hale (51) celebrates with teammate Braxton Miller (5) after defeating the Michigan Wolverines 26-21 to go undefeated on the season at Ohio Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-US PRESSWIRE.Credit: US PRESSWIRE

No. 5 game of 2012: Ohio State 26, Michigan 21

BTN/BTN2Go is airing the top 10 football games of 2012, and the countdown is at No. 5: Ohio State’s 26-21 victory over archrival Michigan. Watch the game at 8 p.m. ET tonight, and the next four games at the same time through Aug. 11. Until then, relive the latest edition of “The Game” in this post. [ RELATED: Check out our previous top 10 games of 2012 ] OHIO STATE 26, MICHIGAN 21 Carlos Hyde ran for 146 yards and No. 4 Ohio State’s defense shut out 20th-ranked Michigan in the second half to grab a bruising 26-21 victory on