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Big Ten links: All-Big Ten snubs & BCS bowls

Ryan Shazier

Big Ten Blast: Nov. 27th Afternoon Update

While watching the announcement of the All-Big Ten teams last night, you may have noticed that just three Buckeyes were named to the coaches first-team. And none of them was quarterback Braxton Miller. Nebraska’s Taylor Martinez got that honor at signal-caller. But Miller was picked as the league’s quarterback of the year. Do you follow?

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Rattling the rim: Watch last week's slam dunks

Nov 27, 2012; Blacksburg, VA, USA; Iowa Hawkeyes forward Aaron White (30) dunks the ball over Virginia Tech Hokies forward Joey Van Zegeren (2) during the first half at Cassell Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Peter Casey-US PRESSWIRE

Dunks of the Week

Peter Casey-US PRESSWIRE

As we do every week during the men’s basketball season, BTN.com video editors clipped every Big Ten dunk from games that we own online rights to and put them all into one video highlights. Check out our latest dunk highlight-reel now.

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Meet your 2012 All-Big Ten Football Teams

Allen Robinson

Braxton Miller - Griese-Brees QB of the Year

The Big Ten Conference released the 2012 All-Big Ten Football Teams on Monday night during the “All-Conference Selection Show,” and the list also includes a number of position award winners. In addition to these awards, remember that “#BTNLive” will release the following winners at 7 p.m. ET Tuesday: Graham-George Offensive Player of the Year, Nagurski-Woodson Defensive Player of the Year, Thompson-Randle El Freshman of the Year, Hayes-Schembechler Coach of the Year (coaches vote) and Dave McClain Coach of the Year (media vote).

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Ranking 2012 ACC/Big Ten Challenge games

Ohio State Basketball Fans

Duke at Ohio State - Men's Basketball Highlights

The 14th annual ACC/Big Ten Challenge tips off Tuesday night, starting with Minnesota-Florida State and Iowa-Virginia Tech at 7:15 p.m. ET. On the line: The Big Ten will try to win its fourth consecutive event, this after losing the first 10.

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