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Watch Michigan award Andrew Dakich scholarship in unique way

It’s easy to enjoy those touching walk-on-receiving-scholarship viral videos.

It’s even easier when a team does it in a way that you’ve never seen.

Michigan accomplished just that in a team meeting Monday, when it used university compliance officers to award guard Andrew Dakich a scholarship. 175 more words

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Best of 2017 Cotton Bowl: Troy Fumagalli, Wisconsin too much for WMU

Wisconsin faced a lose-lose situation vs. Western Michigan in the Cotton Bowl.

Win, and the Badgers, the Big Ten West champs, beat a team they were supposed to; lose, and it would have been embarrassed by a Group of 5 team. 344 more words

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Watch Troy Fumagalli make ridiculous one-handed catch in Cotton Bowl

Troy Fumagalli is one of the Big Ten’s elite tight ends, so it’s no surprise when he makes a highlight-reel catch.

Monday, in the 2017 Cotton Bowl, Fumagalli might have hauled in the best reception of his career. 114 more words

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Watch Nebraska celebrate comeback win at Maryland

Here’s what Nebraska’s first week of Big Ten play looked like:

At Indiana. At Maryland.

One can easily make the argument that Assembly Hall at the Xfinity Center are two of the Big Ten’s most intimidating arenas. 72 more words

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Twitter: Ohio State players react to 2016 Fiesta Bowl defeat

Ohio State had plans to play one more week, in an attempt to claim their second national title in three seasons.

It won’t happen, as Clemson, the reigning national runner-up, downed the Buckeyes, 31-0, in the national semifinals Saturday night in Glendale, Arizona. 274 more words

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Michigan TE Jake Butt 'wouldn't change anything' after knee injury in Orange Bowl

Michigan star tight end and Mackey Award winner Jake Butt was injured early in No. 6 Michigan’s loss to Florida State in the Orange Bowl on Friday night. 234 more words

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Best of 2016 Pinstripe Bowl: Northwestern tops Pitt in back-and-forth affair

Northwestern faced a tough draw in Pitt in the Pinstripe Bowl. Not only did the Panthers beat the Big Ten champ (Penn State) and the ACC champ (Clemson), they boasted one the nation’s most explosive offenses. 346 more words

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