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Leaders, Legends ... and Heroes?


Just when you thought the Big Ten couldn't get any stranger or more pretentious...

Nebraska says bye


Interesting post - not sure who Erin Sorensen is or whether this represents the views of Dr. Tom or Bo or anyone else. Sounds like Neb will miss beating KU and playing OU. But didn't we know that already?

UM could name basketball coach by Monday


Wow, Miami's not even trying anymore... Two guys who failed in the Big Ten, two mid-major guys who signed extensions and likely will turn you down, and two guys who just got fired? Weak sauce. On that note, I officially declare MIAMI HURRI-GATE to be over. What exactly were we all worried about again?

Korie Lucious to transfer to Bigten State


The Iowa State Spartans continue their Big Ten acquisitions. This either is going to work brilliantly — resulting in Fred Hoiberg being named Big 12 Coach Mayor of the Year after his squad finishes third — or it is going to be an epic chemistry fail that will make last year's Texas squad look like a Girl Scout jamboree.

B1G Conference Logo Redesign Contest


As you might have expected, amateurs with too much time on their hands have completely destroyed the folks gleefully spending millions of B1G dollars they received for their "work."

Pullen Named to USA Men’s Select Team


Senior guard Jacob Pullen was one of 20 college players selected to the USA Men's Select Team that will train against the 2010 USA Basketball Men's National Team during its July 19-24 training camp in Las Vegas, Nev., the organization announced Thursday. Pullen was one of three Big 12 players named to the squad, including Baylor's LaceDarius Dunn and Kansas' Marcus Morris. The league was one of three with more than two players on the team, including the Big Ten (five) and ACC (four).

Lots of Grist for the Rumor Mill Today

Sources in Kansas City suggest that Missouri, Nebraska, Rutgers and Notre Dame have been invited to join the Big Ten.

Minnesota Blanks K-State 3-0


A three-run first inning is all Minnesota needed and a trio of Gopher pitchers held No. 20 Kansas State in check en route to a 3-0 victory Wednesday afternoon at Tointon Family Stadium. K-State, which lost its final non-conference game of the regular season, dropped to 31-13 on the year. It was the Cats' first loss to a Big Ten team since a 4-2 setback to Northwestern to open the 2005 season.

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