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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Articles tagged: Big Ten Football

Northwestern Sends Nebraska Cookies as Big Ten Welcoming Gift

On July 1st Nebraska officially became the 12th member of the aptly named Big Ten. As a welcoming gift, Northwestern’s athletic department sent Nebraska’s athletic department these cutely decorated cookies. Check out the picture shared by Nebraska video coordinator Jim Shaw via Darren Rovell: What do you know? They’re little footballs! Laces out! Honestly, I’m…Read More

Big Ten Officials and Commissioner Jim Delany Discuss Paying Athletes

The constant and persistent cry for NCAA athletes to be paid has resulted in an interesting development.  Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany, with the approval of NCAA president Mark Emmert, discussed potentially paying student-athletes to help cover living expenses on top of their scholarships.  The meeting recently took place between Big Ten school officials and…Read More

Pac-10, Big East, Big Ten Conference Movement Makes No Sense

Conference jumping. It’s the latest trend hitting the world of college sports. Perhaps it will one day become an official Olympic sport, featuring slightly more polyester pants than golf and certainly less coordination and nose plugs than synchronized swimming. Showing no respect for traditional conference alignments, or 5th grade geography teachers for that matter, colleges…Read More

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