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Corn Flakes: Maryland, Rutgers Draw Closer to Big Ten Membership

Jon Johnston

Countdown to the B1G move: Nebraska - Testudo Times

As Maryland counts down the days until the school’s official move to the B1G, we’re getting to know our future conference foes one school at a time. Today, we preview Nebraska.

Maryland and Rutgers draw closer to becoming one of us.

Previews of them are coming soon. SOON.

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Big Ten fighting for survival by adding Maryland, Rutgers in 2014 - College Football - Stewart Mandel -
Brian Cook lives in Ann Arbor and is the founder of the popular Michigan fan site, yet he's in no rush to drive the two miles from his house to the Big House this season. The Wolverines' home conference schedule consists of four teams -- Minnesota, Penn State, Indiana and newcomer Maryland -- that failed to crack the final top 50 of the Sagarin ratings last season. Michigan has been sending emails pleading with fans to renew their season tickets. "It seems like they keep pushing and pushing to see what our breaking point is," Cook says of the conferences's power brokers. "They keep doing things they know people will hate."

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Maryland and Rutgers are probably going to make it a bit harder for you to see Iowa games, particularly if you live out of market.

We certainly don't care about Iowa, but this will apply to Nebraska as well.

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