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7:00 PMSt. Louis at IndianaWatch
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8:00 PMW. Illinois at WisconsinWatch
6:00 PMMichigan at IndianaWatch
7:00 PMAkron at Ohio St.Watch
7:00 PMOhio St. at Penn St.Watch

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Maryland Football head coach Randy Edsall

Dienhart: Pros & cons to latest Big Ten expansion

The game of conference membership musical chairs continues, with no end in sight. The Big Ten made the latest move, bringing aboard Maryland beginning in 2014-15. The addition was made official today when the school’s board of regents unanimously approved leaving the ACC—of which Maryland is a charter member—for the Big Ten. Rutgers of the Big East is expected to soon follow, which would swell the Big Ten’s ranks to 14 schools. That would make the Big Ten and SEC the only two “major conferences” with 14 members. How will this impact the Pac-12, Big 12 and ACC? Will they

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Clothes Call: Meet the Maryland Terps

Other than Oregon, few college teams have garnered more attention through uniforms than the Big Ten’s newest member. Maryland, an Under Armour school, isn’t afraid to push the envelope (like this or this), and much like the Ducks, it rarely sports the same look from one week to the next. Hop inside for a breakdown of the school’s many looks. Here’s what Maryland has worn each Saturday this season: No doubt about it, Maryland loves its State Flag, and it isn’t shy about incorporating it on uniforms, headgear (example, another and another) or footwear. That goes for non-football sports, too,

Seth Allen

Big Ten Geeks: Regarding Maryland

With the news that Maryland will be joining the Big Ten in 2014, there are all sorts of implications to evaluate. Maintaining our narrow perspective of Big Ten basketball, let’s take a look at what the addition might mean strictly on the hardcourt. Maryland has a proud basketball tradition, with the pinnacle coming in the form of the 2002 national championship squad led by Juan Dixon. Otherwise, Maryland has made only one other Final Four (2001) and hasn’t reached the Sweet Sixteen since 2003. Even making the Big Dance has become a bit of a struggle for the Terrapins, who have

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Rounding up coverage of Maryland's move

On TV, you could watch our continuing live coverage of the news that Maryland will join the Big Ten Conference in 2014 (find BTN on your TV system here). Online, you could watch that same coverage via BTN2Go. Learn more about BTN2Go over here. Joining the BTN TV show: Former Maryland and Ohio State men’s basketball coach Gary Williams, Mike DeCourcy of The Sporting News (@tsnmike), Michigan Athletic Director Dave Brandon (@DaveBrandonAD), and Penn State acting AD Dave Joyner. [RELATED: Clothes Call: Meet the Maryland Terps] The University of Maryland’s press conference in College Park included remarks from University President

Devin Gardner

Week 13 Player Rankings: Gardner gets in

There’s plenty of movement in my latest Big Ten Player Rankings following an entertaining Week 12. For starters, white-hot Devin Gardner debuts on the list. See all the changes inside. Remember, this feature ranks the Big Ten’s top six offensive and defensive players. So, consider offense the Legends Division and the defense the Leaders Division, or vice versa. [RELATED: Tom Dienhart’s Week 13 Power Rankings ] OFFENSE 1. Braxton Miller, QB, Ohio State – Not even Miller’s worst performance of the season can knock him from the top perch. Miller struggled against Wisconsin’s underrated defense, to the tune of 145

Taylor Martinez

Dienhart: My Week 13 bowl projections

The Big Ten bowl picture continues to solidify. Nebraska remains the favorite to get to the Rose Bowl. But with Notre Dame—my projection last week to play the Huskers in Pasadena–now projected to play in the BCS title game, the Cornhuskers have a new foe: Oregon. Michigan (Capital One) and Wisconsin (Outback) remain poised to play in Florida on New Year’s Day. And Northwestern (Gator) also looks to be in prime position to join them after beating Michigan State. [RELATED: Week 13 Power Rankings | Week 13 Player Rankings] Minnesota is the only other bowl-eligible Big Ten team. Purdue (vs.

A.J. Barker

Minnesota WR A.J. Barker tweets he's quit team

Minnesota wide receiver A.J. Barker tweeted Sunday that he had quit the football team and plans to transfer. Barker, a junior, is Minnesota’s leading receiver in every major statistical category, with 30 receptions, 577 yards and seven touchdowns, despite missing the last three games due to an ankle injury. See Barker’s tweet in this post. [ Barker says he is quitting team and will look to transfer] Well, its official. I am done playing football for the University of Minnesota and I will be looking to transfer next season for my final yr — AJ Barker (@A_Barker_82) November 18, 2012

Johnathan Hankins

Week 13 Power Rankings: Ohio State stays on top

Some high drama on Saturday, headed by Ohio State’s 21-14 overtime win at Wisconsin. But no upsets. What’s it all mean? My weekly power rankings didn’t change much as we head toward the last week of the regular-season. But there’s still time for some chaos next Saturday! 1. Ohio State. The beat goes on for the Buckeyes, who moved to 11-0 with a 21-14 overtime win at Wisconsin. And what really was impressive was the fact Ohio State escaped Madison despite not playing well on offense. Last week: 1 Next: Michigan [RELATED: Dienhart: Defense wins this one for Ohio State]

Allen Robinson

Tom's Top 10: None better than PSU's Robinson

Here’s a look back at the Saturday that was—along with a few sneak peeks forward—in my weekly top 10. It’s good to be a Nebraska and Michigan fan. Ohio State, too. It’s also not to be bad being a Penn State fan, what with the way Matt McGloin and Allen Robinson are playing. 1. Is Braxton Miller now a Heisman front-runner? Losses by Kansas State’s Collin Klein and Oregon and its candidates has scrambled the race and created an opening for Miller. He’s still a long shot. But maybe the sophomore can at least get to New York for the

Gary Harris

Men's hoops roundup: Spartans roll to easy win

It was a busy day of Big Ten men’s hoops Sunday. There was a total of seven games, including No. 4 Ohio State topping Washington and No. 20 Wisconsin getting revenge against Cornell. Catch up on all the day’s action on our scoreboard. Also, get stats, recaps and in-game highlights in this post. No. 22 MICHIGAN STATE 69, TEXAS SOUTHERN 41 BOX | AP RECAP FINAL: No. 22 Michigan State’s defense shut down Texas Southern, as the Spartans defeated the Tigers 69-41 on Sunday at the Jack Breslin Student Events Center in East Lansing. Michigan State (2-1) held Texas