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1. Michigan State Spartans. The Spartans are absolutely loaded with depth at every position. 2. Ohio State Buckeyes. LaQuinton Ross appears ready to become a big-time scorer this season for the Buckeyes. 3.
The Big Ten Conference has a new $20 million headquarters in the Chicago suburbs that will eventually include an interactive museum. The previous Big Ten headquarters were in a small building in Park Ridge. The Daily Herald reports (http://bit.ly/
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The Big Ten still has the dumbest names for their divisions: Leaders and Legends. Nevertheless, some good football will be played this season in the conference. Here are my picks. Leaders Division
The president of Ohio State University has apologized to the Big Ten conference for "hurtful remarks" he made last year about some university athletic programs. In a statement Sunday, Gordon Gee says he apologized for his "misguided attempt at humor"
Dan Dakich says that Iowa could be the favorite to win the Big Ten basketball title next season...Next year, depending on who leaves, Iowa could be the favorite in the Big Ten with everything they have coming back, said Dakich, the former Indiana
National Invitational Tournament and will host Indiana State on Wednesday...ThoughIowawon 10 Big Ten games, its lack of quality non-conference and road victories proved to be its undoing...Indiana State (18-14) finished 9-9 in the Missouri Valley but
There's a school of thought that after going through a grueling Big Ten schedule that it's not always such a bad thing if you don't end up battling for the championship in the conference tournament in order to be fresher as the Big Dance looms. Yeah,
Women In Minneapolis the day before the conference tournament, Minnesota Coach Tubby Smith discussed the Golden Gophers' lack of a late-game scorer and cited two players who could be counted on to produce in the clutch...That's right: Smith equated a