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Purdue sports news, notes, and links for February 24.

Bruce Thorson-USA TODAY Sports

Well, I am finally all moved in, so hopefully that means more time to contribute some posts to this blog rather than working and working. Here are some notes from around Purdue and the conference.

Winter Meetings in the Big Ten - Off Tackle Empire
The setting: a conference room in the new B1G headquarters in Rosemont, Ill. Jim Delany walks into the room. He's not in a good mood.

Ohio State DB Bradley Roby: College athletes should be paid - Land-Grant Holy Land
Bradley Roby was as opinionated as ever on the subject of college athletes being compensated more fairly.

Soph. Trio Leads Huskers to Fifth Straight - Corn Nation
Nebraska basketball continues to ride the wave of momentum as they hit the stretch drive. They kept the good vibrations going with a whitewashing of Purdue, 76-57.

Friday Facts: Updated Big Ten adjusted efficiency margins - Bucky's 5th Quarter
The rich get richer.

Big Ten Basketball: The Standings And This Week's Schedule 2/22/2014 - Black Heart Gold Pants
The Hawkeyes sit in third place in the league and are in contention for their first regular season Big Ten title since 1979. Let's look at the standings and the important games this upcoming week.

NCAA Wrestling Conference Allocations: Projections - Black Shoe Diaries
Seven Purdue wrestlers are headed to the NCAA championships.

Matthews & Soldati Win Awards as Big Tens Conclude - PURDUESPORTS.COM - Purdue Official Athletic Site
Francesca Marr, Rhiannon Sheets and MacKenzie Tweardy each qualified for the championship final in an event Saturday to cap the final day of action at the Big Ten Championships for Purdue women's swimming and diving. Casey Matthews was named Diver of the Championships.