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Counting down the most iconic figures in Big Ten history.

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aired 160 days ago
Tom Osborne coached the Cornhuskers football program for a quarter of a century, leading the Huskers to three National Championships and a .836 winning percentage.
aired 161 days ago
Gene Keady, the winningest coach in Boilermaker basketball history and second all-time in the B1G, led Purdue to six Big Ten titles and 18 NCAA Tournament appearances, cementing him as an NCAA coaching icon.
aired 162 days ago
The Fighting Illini were coached by Lou Henson for over 20 years. In that time, Henson garnered 423 wins and 12 NCAA Tournament appearances, earning him a spot in the Hall of Fame.
aired 163 days ago
Bobby Knight led the Hoosiers for almost 30 years, resulting in multiple championships, coaching awards and a legacy that will never fade.
aired 642 days ago
Indiana great Steve Alford.
aired 645 days ago
Purdue sharpshooter Rick Mount.
aired 772 days ago
Wisconsin great Ron Dayne.
aired 777 days ago
Counting down the most iconic figures in Big Ten history.
aired 779 days ago
Michigan great Charles Woodson.
aired 784 days ago
Northwestern legend Otto Graham.
aired 787 days ago
"The Galloping Ghost" helps college football take its place as a headline attraction.
aired 788 days ago
It's doubtful there has ever been a more perfect melding of game, player and position than football, Dick Butkus and middle linebacker.
aired 788 days ago
Nile Kinnick and his fellow Ironmen rescue University of Iowa football during a magical 1939 season.
aired 791 days ago
Ohio State's Archie Griffin is the only one to receive the Heisman Trophy twice in the 75 year history of the award.
aired 819 days ago
Minnesota legend Dave Winfield.
aired 820 days ago
"Old 98" is still remembered as perhaps the most talented player in Wolverines history.
aired 829 days ago
Ohio State legend Jack Nicklaus.
aired 832 days ago
Ohio State's Jesse Owens.
aired 845 days ago
Indiana star Mark Spitz.
aired 846 days ago
Purdue great John Wooden.
aired 856 days ago
Jerry Lucas.