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Dienhart: Big Ten Championship notes

Injuries are a key factor in any game, and this game is no different. Nebraska will miss the presence of tackle Baker Steinkuhler on the interior of the defensive line. The Huskers need Chase Rome—among others—to step up with Steinkuhler out. And center Justin Jackson is out. It will be Mark Pelini or Cole Pensick at center. In other news, Wisconsin got good news this week when linebacker Chris Borland was cleared to play after hurting a hamstring against Indiana on Nov. 10, forcing him to miss the last two games. His presence will be key in trying to slow

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Pelini, Huskers eye first Big Ten football crown

This Big Ten title game is about more than celebrating the culmination of the season and crowning a conference champ. This Big Ten title game is about validating a program—and validating a coach. I’m talking about Nebraska and Bo Pelini. That’s what’s at stake on Saturday night inside Lucas Oil Stadium—the “House the Peyton Manning Built.” For Nebraska, it hasn’t won a conference championship since defeating Texas, 22-6, in the 1999 Big 12 title game in San Antonio, Texas. Each time I type that fact, I shake my head. But, it’s true. The Cornhuskers played in the BCS title game

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Vote now: We predict Big Ten title game winner

Every week this season,’s Brent Yarina (@BTNBrentYarina) and Tom Dienhart (@BTNTomDienhart) have offered their predictions for each Big Ten football game and provided polls for fans to pick their winners. We’re doing the same for the Big Ten title game and bowl season. Heading into the title game, fans are atop the season standings. Congrats! You are two games ahead of Dienhart and six in front of Yarina. See our title game predictions and choose your winner in this post. Nebraska (10-2, 7-1) Wisconsin (7-5, 4-4) – 8 p.m. ET, Saturday, FOX SEASON RECORDS fans 75-21 .781

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Title IX: Profiling Michigan's Marissa Pollick

Attorney Marissa Pollick is one of Michigan’s first female varsity letter winners and scholarship athletes, and she now works as a legal consultant for Title IX compliance in collegiate sports. Pollick grew up playing tennis against boys before she started playing for Michigan from 1974, just one year after the team was elevated to varsity status. “We didn’t have a lot ,” Pollick said,. “We had a bathroom in the corner. We had a folding chair. And we would go in and change, and throw out stuff on the folding chair in the bathroom. And that I didn’t complain about.

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Friday's links: Gearing up for the B1G game

News of the Big Ten title game percolates, with kickoff set for 8:17 pm ET on Saturday in Indianapolis. One of the interesting stories is Wisconsin quarterback Curt Phillips, a fifth-year senior who will be making just his fourth career start. Read about that—and other conference grid news—in my daily links. Phillips’ story of perseverance and never giving up despite suffering multiple knee injuries is impressive. It’s quite a contrast to Nebraska counterpart Taylor Martinez, who emerged as a star as a true freshman and never has looked back. For either of their teams to win, they will need to

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Thursday's women's basketball roundup

Despite getting double-digit scoring performances from Rachel Banham, Sari Noga and Kayla Hirt, Minnesota dropped its Big Ten-ACC Challenge game to Virginia, 68-90. Jump inside for highlights of Illinois’ win over Wake Forest and get full scores and stats on our women’s basketball scoreboard. Look back at the first day of the ACC-Big Ten Challenge here. Illinois beat Wake Forest, 95-82.

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Debate it: Who plays for Big Ten title ... in 2013?

Nebraska and Wisconsin are set to meet in the 2012 Big Ten Football Championship Game on Saturday night in Indianapolis, and’s Tom Dienhart and Brent Yarina are there to cover it. Given they’ve been debating topics here all season long, the two of them thought it would be fun to look ahead to the 2013 Big Ten title game. So, who will represent the Legends and Leaders a year from now? See what our guys say in this post, and vote for your matchup in this post. We’ve added a few tweets from fans stating their own cases, but

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Big Ten Links: Addressing issues for next year

The good news for Michigan? The Wolverines are going to their second bowl in a row. The bad news? It’s not a BCS bowl. And a big reason why is because of uneven offensive line and tailback play. Oh, and Brady Hoke says there will be no quick fixes to either area. Read about that and other football news in my daily links. How bad was the tailback production in 2012? Kyle Meinke of says Michigan’s tailbacks combined for just 940 yards this year, the worst production in the Big Ten and well off the league average of 1,634.8

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Weekend at Indy: Follow BTN's title game coverage

Tune into BTN/BTN2Go and leading up to the and through Saturday’s Big Ten Football Championship for extensive coverage from Indianapolis this weekend. Join senior writer Tom Dienhart and editor Brent Yarina for a live blog from the press box. In addition to their analysis and observations we’ll be adding selected in-game highlights, photos, tweets and quarterly game stories. On Friday, BTN airs the Big Ten Football Championship team press conferences from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. ET. Dienhart will have updates from those events and Yarina will be filing posts throughout Friday afternoon. Bookmark our Big Ten Football Championship section,

Nov 28, 2012; Champaign, IL, USA; Illinois Fighting Illini forward Tyler Griffey (42) makes a basket and is fouled by Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets guard Brandon Reed (23) during the second half at Assembly Hall. Illinois won 75-62. Mandatory Credit: Bradley Leeb-US PRESSWIRE.Credit: US PRESSWIRE

Fit to be tied: ACC, Big Ten finish challenge 6-6

Six more Big Ten men’s basketball teams played in the second night of the ACC-Big Ten Challenge. While the two conferences finished the two-day event tied with six wins apiece, the Big Ten keeps the Commissioners Cup. The Big Ten won last year’s event 8-4, and with a tie the Cup stays with the conference that won the previous year. After taking the first night of the Challenge four games to two, the second night featured a few close games and some impressive plays, including this swooping layup from Illinois’ Joseph Bertrand. Find links to all of the results in