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Minnesota's Trevor Mbakwe

Player Rankings: No. 4 Trevor Mbakwe

BTN.com’s Brent Yarina is in the middle of unveiling his 2012-13 preseason Big Ten Player Rankings one by one. The countdown goes in reverse order, of course, and each installment includes player stats and one video highlight from last season. Once the season starts, Yarina will release a weekly Player Rankings every Monday. Up next, at No. 4: Minnesota’s Trevor Mbakwe. THE COUNTDOWN No. 10: Jared Berggren, Sr., Wisconsin No. 9: Branden Dawson, So., Michigan State No. 8: Keith Appling, Jr., Michigan State No. 7: Drew Crawford, Sr., Northwestern No. 6: Aaron Craft, Jr., Ohio State No. 5: Tim Frazier,

Penn State Nittany Lions quarterback Matthew McGloin (11) warms up before the game against the Temple Owls at Beaver Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rob Christy-US PRESSWIRE

Big Ten Links: Plenty at stake in OSU vs. PSU

Yes, neither Ohio State nor Penn State can win the Leaders Division because of NCAA probation. But David Jones of the Harrisburg Patriot-News says a lot still will be on the line when the schools meet on Saturday—especially for the Nittany Lions. I have that and more in Tuesday’s Big Ten Links. For Penn State, a win would send a message to recruits that it can compete and beat the best, possibly helping to fuel a roster that will need all the talent it can get in coming years as it deals with having only 65 instead of 85 scholarships

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Soccer Report: Hoosiers, Wildcats go down

Just when you thought the Big Ten was a straight forward two-horse race, Penn State and Michigan produce heroics and throw huge spanners in the works! Aron Hyde and I predicted wins for Indiana and Northwestern on last week’s BTN Soccer Report, and it seemed like a logical assessment. But from a neutral’s standpoint, it’s a great thing that we were so wrong. With just one conference game to play, Penn State now finds itself at the summit of the standings. Ohio State provides the opposition on Sunday, and you’d have to fancy the Nittany Lions to take all three

Urban Meyer & Rick Pizzo

Football Report: Time to talk Big Ten Coach of the Year

Eight weeks in the books, the “Big Ten Football Report” guys decided to address the topic of Big Ten Coach of the Year on a special web-only video Monday. BTN.com’s Tom Dienhart and Brent Yarina debated the topic a couple weeks ago, as well. There are a few worthy early candidates, from Urban Meyer to Bill O’Brien. But who are Howard Griffith and Chris Martin’s picks? Watch the video in this post to find out. Both guys, it seems, favor a co-Coach of the Year this season. Here’s what Martin said: “Well, you can make a vote for Urban Meyer

Ameer Abdullah

Best of Week 9: Strength vs. strength in Lincoln

This shapes up as a great weekend that is headlined by Michigan’s visit to Nebraska in a huge Legends clash that will go a long way toward determining who will win the division. Ohio State’s visit to Penn State will have no bearing on the Leaders Division race, since each squad is on NCAA probation. But it still will be a heavily watched game, as both are among the hottest teams in the Big Ten and among the best overall. It will be fun to watch the Buckeye offense take on the Nittany Lion defense. And how healthy will Ohio

Dennis Norfleet

Dienhart: My Week 9 Big Ten bowl projections

Michigan further solidified its status as the Rose Bowl front-runner in the Big Ten with a third win in a row. This time, the Wolverines dumped Michigan State, 12-10, ending the Spartans’ four-game winning skein in the series. A victory at Nebraska this week will put Michigan in the driver’s seat in the Legends Division—and as the Big Ten’s best bowl-eligible team. Wisconsin also padded its resume with a 38-13 domination of Minnesota. The 6-2 Badgers look to be in control in the Leaders and may round into the best team in the Big Ten before it’s all said and

Jake Ryan

Week 9 Player Rankings: Ryan on the rise

With Week 8 behind us, it’s time for my latest Big Ten Player Rankings. Again, I’m doing these a little different this year. Whereas I used to rank the top 10 players – a practice that was tough due to all the talent on both sides of the ball – I’ll rank the top six offensive and defensive players each week. Why six of both? Because it opens up the field, plus there are six teams in each division. So, consider offense the Legends Division and the defense the Leaders Division, or vice versa. [RELATED: Week 9 Power Rankings |

Penn State's Tim Frazier

Player Rankings: No. 5 Tim Frazier

BTN.com’s Brent Yarina is in the middle of unveiling his 2012-13 preseason Big Ten Player Rankings one by one. The countdown goes in reverse order, of course, and each installment includes player stats and one video highlight from last season. Once the season starts, Yarina will release a weekly Player Rankings every Monday. Up next: Penn State’s Tim Frazier. THE COUNTDOWN No. 10: Jared Berggren, Sr., Wisconsin No. 9: Branden Dawson, So., Michigan State No. 8: Keith Appling, Jr., Michigan State No. 7: Drew Crawford, Sr., Northwestern No. 6: Aaron Craft, Jr., Ohio State Frazier’s career stats: Per Game Team

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Big Ten Links: Rounding up Monday's headlines

Took a quick spin around the headlines this morning and here’s what I found. How can Michigan’s offense keep it going? What’s fueling Penn State’s attack? How worried are the Hawkeyes? And here comes that rematch. Let’s dive in. Change it up: What must Michigan’s offense do to help keep the team on a roll? Avoid predictability, says Kyle Meinke of MLive.com. Coordinator Al Borges says the Wolverines’ identity is as a run-first team. It’s all about playing to the strengths of quarterback Denard Robinson. That works—when you are playing a lesser foe. But Michigan State’s defense bottled up Michigan’s

James White & Montee Ball

Week 9 Power Rankings: Badgers stay white hot

This is the Wisconsin we all expected at the beginning of the season. The last three games, the Badgers have outscored foes 107-41 and outgained them 1,485 yards to 781. Those offensive line troubles are ancient history and the defense has played well all season long. Where do the surging Badgers land on my latest Power Rankings? See my Week 9 Power Rankings in this post. [RELATED: Where are Big Ten teams ranked in latest polls?] 1. Ohio State (8-0, 4-0). The 29-22 overtime win over Purdue wasn’t pretty—but the team showed toughness and resourcefulness in the face of adversity.