Hey guys, sorry for the huge gap between posts, we have been figuring some things out and are finally back to business! There has already been some big news around the Big Ten with Nebraska and Illinois hiring coaches, Michigan State's Derrick Nix getting arrested, kicked off the team and then reinstated and the Big Ten Network announcing The Journey for football... it has been busy. The links are below!
Andy Katz: Indiana Hoosiers still lead revised Top 25, but plenty of changes elsewhere - ESPN
With several underclassmen and recruiting decisions in the books, Andy Katz takes another look at the Top 25 for 2012-13.
Big Ten basketball: How the Ohio State roster and conference race shape up next season | cleveland.com
The Buckeyes will be a top 25 team in the preseason but could have four or five Big Ten teams, including highly-ranked Indiana, ahead of them.
NBA decisions good news for Big Ten hoops
Big Ten basketball is in good standing, especially with several key players staying in school.
Michigan State's Derrick Nix back on team after guilty plea | Detroit Free Press | freep.com
"From this point on, I’ve got to become a man," Nix said, wearing a suit as tears rolled down his cheeks.
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Tim Miles, new staff hold meet and greet with students - News - Daily Nebraskan - University of Nebraska - Lincoln : News, Husker Sports, Opinion, and Video
University of Nebraska basketball coach Tim Miles held a meet and greet at the Hendricks Training Complex for University of Nebraska-Lincoln students Wednesday evening.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - New Nebraska coach Tim Miles is selling hope that the Cornhuskers can win in the Big Ten. He's doing it with lots of energy.
CHAMPAIGN - An 87-year-old Illinois fan approached John Groce on the Assembly Hall court with two requests: an autograph and something far more serious. "You have to give me some wins before
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