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Cows don't look like cows on film. You gotta use horses.
With Father's Day approaching, Michigan coach Brady Hoke reflected -- sometimes with tears -- about his biggest fan and toughest critic, John Hoke, who passed away in 2012.
James Franklin and the rest of the Penn State staff spent Wednesday at a satellite camp in Florida, and the move seemed to be a "win-win" for both the Nittany Lions and Stetson.
Doug Lesmerises continues his series on Ohio State NCAA issues by speaking with Chris Cicero, the lawyer who first warned Jim Tressel about the tattoo scandal. Also, Buckeyes assistant Luke Fickell is apparently quite the threat at dodgeball.
Athlon offers an overview on the Big Ten, from predictions and projections to their all-conference team.
Iowa DB Nico Law announced he's leaving the Hawkeyes football program, just a few days after being charged with disorderly conduct.
Wisconsin's official Twitter account released some photos of alternative uniforms, including an all-red getup.
Maryland is hosting quite a few events in celebration of officially joining the B1G on July 1, including a block party, giveaways on Mitchell Field and the release of new Terps apparel.
Rutgers AD Julie Hermann said she believes football is key to the athletic department's success.
BTN takes a look at the top matchup in Week 9 of the conference season.
Minnesota safety Cedric Thompson received the Wilma Rudolph national achievement award for overcoming the odds to achieve success.
Cows don't look like cows on film. You gotta use horses. With Father's Day approaching, Michigan coach Brady Hoke reflected -- sometimes with tears -- about his biggest fan and toughest critic, John Hoke, who passed away in 2012.