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Mel Kiper lists six Big Ten early-impact rookies

ESPN NFL Draft guru Mel Kiper Jr. recently posted three pieces on potential early-impact rookies. His first piece focused on rookies drafted in the first round, the second on rounds 2 and 3, and the third on those drafted in rounds 4-7. There were a total of six Big Ten players listed in the three articles. Here is a look at those six Big Ten prospects and what Kiper Jr. had to say about each of them. [ MORE: Replacements for every Big Ten draft pick | Which player landed in best situation? ] No. 57: Ohio State RB Carlos

10 for Tuesday: Follow these Big Ten stories

If Buckeyes fans aren’t feeling good today, we understand. That’s four losses in a row for Ohio State, which fell at Nebraska last night to a Cornhuskers’ squad that was 0-4 in the Big Ten. This is OSU’s longest losing skid since 2007-08. This was coming for Nebraska, which had come oh-so-close to beating Michigan at home earlier this year. And the Huskers could have won at Purdue, too. No doubt, this is the signature victory of the Tim Miles era. How did the Buckeyes lose yet again? The Buckeyes shot just 32 percent (8 of 25). And they were

Big Ten office hands out Week 12 Players of the Week

The Big Ten office released its Week 12 Big Ten Players of the Week on Monday morning. The list features a pair of Buckeyes, including Ryan Shazier, the back-to-back Defensive Player of the Week. See all the honorees and watch select video highlights in this post. Offensive Player of the Week: Carlos Hyde, Ohio State, Sr., RB Rushed for a career-high 246 yards, the fourth-most in Ohio State history, and scored five total touchdowns in the Buckeyes’ road victory over Illinois, becoming the first Big Ten player since 2010 to score five times in a game Averaged 10.3 yards per

High Five! Watch Carlos Hyde's 5 touchdowns

Carlos Hyde had a day for the ages in Ohio State’s 60-35 victory Saturday at Illinois. The senior running back ran for 246 yards and scored five total touchdowns, both career highs. Hyde started his scoring frenzy with an 18-yard reception in the first quarter and went on to add four rushing scores, including a pair on back-to-back possessions late in the fourth quarter. Relive Hyde’s giant day in this post. VIDEO: As easy as 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. We have all 5 of @OhioStFootball Carlos Hyde's TDs today. #orvillemoment WATCH – — Ohio State on BTN (@BTN_Ohio_State)

Big Ten office hands out Week 6 individual honors

The Big Ten Conference announced its Week 6 Players of the Week on Monday, and three Ohio State players were honored following Saturday night’s comeback win at Northwestern. See all the honorees, plus their video highlights, in this post. Offensive Co-Players of the Week: Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska, Jr., IB Rushed for a career-high 225 yards on just 20 carries, an 11.3 average, and two touchdowns in Nebraska’s win over Illinois Had three runs of 30 yards or more to finish with the most rushing yards by a Husker since Roy Helu’s program-record 307 yards in 2010 Scored on Nebraska’s opening

Ohio State suspends Carlos Hyde for at least first 3 games

News that Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde wouldn’t be charged in an assault case is a positive development for the Buckeyes. But on Tuesday night, Urban Meyer announced that Hyde still will face consequences. “Carlos Hyde will be suspended for at least the first three games of the 2013 season for conduct not representative of this football program or this university,” Meyer said in a statement. “He will be required to fulfill additional obligations before he is allowed to play in a game.” [ AP: Police: Ohio State back’s case officially closed ] Hyde isn’t Archie Griffin. But he’s

Ohio State suspends senior RB Carlos Hyde

Previous reports of Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde being dismissed from the team were proven inaccurate when Urban Meyer announced Monday afternoon that the senior running back has been suspended from all team activities pending the outcome of the student code of conduct and criminal investigations. [ AP: Meyer discipline four Buckeyes, including Hyde, Roby ] Hyde was named as a person of interest in a weekend assault against a female in a Downtown bar. As if that wasn’t enough, Ohio State also is looking into a situation regarding star cornerback Bradley Roby in Bloomington, Ind., over the weekend.

Video: Big Ten football players to watch in 2013

In a special web-only “Big Ten Football Report” clip, Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith each offer up a couple of players Big Ten fans should keep their eye on in 2013. While all four talents are coming off breakout seasons, our guys think each is poised to be even better next fall. The candidates: Nebraska’s Ameer Abdullah and Ohio State’s Ryan Shazier (Griffith); Michigan’s Devin Gardner and Ohio State’s Carlos Hyde (DiNardo). Watch the video now to see what DiNardo and Griffith say about their picks. Plus, cast your vote below for the player most likely to have the best

Final Player Rankings: Bell, Hill reenter list

It’s time for my final regular season Big Ten Player Rankings. This week, Le’Veon Bell and Jordan Hill reenter the list following jaw-dropping individual performances. See all the latest changes in this post. 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 Power Rankings ] OFFENSE 1. Braxton Miller, QB, Ohio State – Lost in a season full of eye-popping statistical days, there’s this: Miller’s only thrown six interceptions, including zero in the last three games. Week 13

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