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  • First and 20: Thanks for playing, Big Ten

    The Sports Xchange By Anthony Gimino, The Sports Xchange First and 20: Thanks for playing, Big Ten A moment of silence, please, for the Big Ten. The league's demise played out in prime time Saturday night. Each click of the remote brought more damning...
  • Big thud for the Big Ten - Part 1=3

    two interceptions and the running game was a non-factor. Penn State coach James Franklin became the first Penn State coach in 84 years to start with a 2-0 record. The last was Bob Higgins in 1930. Next: at Rutgers, Sept. 13. PURDUE (1-1, 0-0) Game:...
  • Hamilton, Rutgers ready for Big Ten challenge

    CHICAGO Rutgers defensive tackle Darius Hamilton didn't seem fazed in the least when he was informed that the vast majority of offensive linemen in his team's new conference the Big Ten are built along the lines of corn-fed Midwestern cattle. At 6-foot-4...
  • Big Ten rivalry for area recruits on the rise

    CHICAGO After he arrived at a charity golf tournament last month near York, Pa., Maryland coach Randy Edsall was asked about a statement from James Franklin in which Penn State's rookie head coach talked of how a 6-hour radius from Happy Valley would be...
  • Rutgers already benefiting from Big Ten

    PISCATAWAY, N.J. The expectations from the outside are low as Rutgers begins its first season as a Big Ten football team, but the future financial projections are much better. In a writer's poll organized by Cleveland.com, Rutgers was picked to finish...
  • Northwestern's Collin Ellis eyes encore vs. Cal

     Northwestern's Collin Ellis eyes encore vs. Cal
    Collin Ellis scored two touchdowns last year at California — not exactly a common occurrence for a linebacker — but his favorite memory came after the game. "Seeing my mom (in the stands) was awesome," he said. "I broke down in tears."...
  • Miles Shuler ready for second chance at Northwestern

     Miles Shuler ready for second chance at Northwestern
    Miles Shuler did not wait long to broach the subject. Within hours of Venric Mark's decision to leave Northwestern, Shuler extended the courtesy of asking for Mark's No. 5 jersey. "He was a great player and great friend," Shuler said. "I asked if it was...
  • Delany criticizes NCAA's enforcement process

    CHICAGO Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany says he isn't happy with the NCAA's enforcement process. He discussed the need for improvements Monday on the first day of the conference's media days. Delany said he doesn't think the NCAA has been effective in...
  • First-year Penn State coach James Franklin embracing challenges ahead

    STATE COLLEGE, Pa. James Franklin acknowledges that he has the type of personality that makes him a little difficult for others to follow at first. "I think, in the beginning, I'm a little bit hard to figure out," Penn State's first-year head coach...
  • Rutgers edges Washington State, 41-38

    SEATTLE Offense came easy Thursday night as Washington State and Rutgers opened their 2014 football seasons at CenturyLink Field. But in the end, it was a late special teams mistake by WSU that opened the door for the Scarlet Knights to emerge with a 41-...
  • Power conference call: First impressions from college football's opening weekend

    BIG 12 Rising The quarterback game is over at TCU. Trevone Boykin, who has been a starter in each of the past two seasons, got the call in the opener against Samford and looked sharp, completing 29 of 41 for 320 yards. Boykin beat out Texas A&M transfer...