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          BARVA, LYNN      Cache   Translate Page      
LYNN BARVA, 59, of Fort Wayne, Ind., passed away on Friday, Nov. 30, 2018, at his residence. Born on Sept. 5, 1959 in Fort Wayne, he was a son of...
          BEUCHEL, MARCELLA JOAN      Cache   Translate Page      
MARCELLA JOAN BEUCHEL, 92, of New Haven, passed away peacefully Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018, at Golden Years Homestead, Fort Wayne. Born July 10, 1926,...
          BUSSICK, JANE L.      Cache   Translate Page      
BUSSICK, JANE L.: Celebration of Life is 11 a.m. to noon Saturday, Dec. 22, 2018, at St. Joseph United Methodist Church, 6004 Reed Rd., Fort Wayne...
          BUSSICK, JANE L.      Cache   Translate Page      
JANE L. BUSSICK, 83, of Fort Wayne, Ind., went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018. Survived by devoted husband of 62 years, Donald R....
          CARNEY, NANCY L.      Cache   Translate Page      
CARNEY, NANCY L.: Service is 3:30 p.m. today, Dec. 4, 2018, at Kingston Care Center, 1010 W. Washington Center Road, Fort Wayne, with calling from 2...
          DURNELL, DONALD EUGENE      Cache   Translate Page      
DURNELL, DONALD EUGENE: Funeral service is 10:30 a.m. today, Dec. 4, 2018, at Nine Mile United Methodist Church, 6303 Winters Road, Fort Wayne (IN...
          EHLE, DELORIS S.      Cache   Translate Page      
DELORIS S. EHLE, 92, of Fort Wayne, passed away on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018. Born Dec. 18, 1925, in Fort Wayne, she was a daughter of the late Miles...
          GATCHELL, VERONICA      Cache   Translate Page      
VERONICA GATCHELL, 79, of Fort Wayne, passed away Saturday, Nov. 24, 2018. Arrangements by Midwest Funeral Home & Cremation Society.
          GRAY, VIVIAN L.      Cache   Translate Page      
VIVIAN L. GRAY, 62, died Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. Born in Fort Wayne, she was a daughter of the late Robert and Donna Rousseau. Vivian was active in...
          HIXSON III, ELIJAH      Cache   Translate Page      
ELIJAH HIXSON III, 54, of Fort Wayne, passed away Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018. Funeral service is 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 7, 2018, at Midwest Funeral Home &...
          HOUSE, PATRICIA ANN      Cache   Translate Page      
PATRICIA ANN HOUSE, 82, passed away Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018, at Golden Years Nursing Home in Fort Wayne, Ind. She was a native and lifetime resident...
          HUBARTT, DENNIS JAMES      Cache   Translate Page      
DENNIS JAMES HUBARTT, 75, passed away on Sunday, Nov. 11, 2018, in Seattle, Wash. Born on July 23, 1943 in Fort Wayne, Ind., Dennis was retired from...
          HUMMEL, SANDRA      Cache   Translate Page      
SANDRA HUMMEL, 71, of Fort Wayne, passed away Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018. Arrangements by Midwest Funeral Home & Cremation Society.
          KAISER, NANCY JUNE      Cache   Translate Page      
NANCY JUNE KAISER, 84, of Fort Wayne, passed away on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018. Funeral service is 11 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018, at Hocke meyer &...
          KIMMERLY, FRED G.      Cache   Translate Page      
FRED G. KIMMERLY, 68, of Fort Wayne, passed away on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018, under the care of Parkview Hospice. Fred served in the U.S. Navy . He...
          KLENKE, JOAN RETHA (SNYDER)      Cache   Translate Page      
JOAN RETHA (SNYDER) KLENKE, 88, of Fort Wayne, was called home by her Savior on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018. She was the eldest daughter of James and...
          MARTINEZ, JASIAH GABRIEL      Cache   Translate Page      
JASIAH GABRIEL MARTINEZ, newborn son of Aaliyah Rose Martinez and Shane T. Sturdivant, of Fort Wayne, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018....
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O'KEEFE, TOM: A Mass of Christian Burial is 11 a.m. Friday, Dec. 7, 2018, at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, 4916 Trier Road, Fort Wayne, with...
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TOM O'KEEFE, 78, passed away peacefully on Friday, Nov. 23, 2018, in the presence of his loving family. Born in Fort Wayne on July 15, 1940, he was...
          SPICER, SANDRA K.      Cache   Translate Page      
SANDRA K. SPICER, 69, of Fort Wayne, Ind., passed away Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018. She is survived by her son, John (Cathy) Saylor; grandchildren,...
          STABLER Jr., JOHN C.      Cache   Translate Page      
JOHN C. STABLER JR., 71, of Fort Wayne, passed away Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. Arrangements by Mungovan Simple Cremations & Funerals.
          STRONCZEK, STEVEN H.      Cache   Translate Page      
STEVEN H. STRONCZEK, 76, of Fort Wayne, died Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018, at home surrounded by his loving family. Born April 15, 1942 in Fort Wayne, he...
          TAYKOWSKI, REV. THEODORE R. "TED"      Cache   Translate Page      
TAYKOWSKI, REV. THEODORE R. "TED": Memorial service is 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018, at Trinity Lutheran Church, 1636 St. Mary's Ave., Fort Wayne,...
          VOGES, JUDITH ANN      Cache   Translate Page      
JUDITH ANN VOGES, 73, of Fort Wayne, died Friday, Nov. 30, 2018. Arrangements by Covington Memorial Gardens, Fort Wayne, Ind.
          ZABEL, WILLIAM PETER "BILL" (GARBINI)      Cache   Translate Page      
WILLIAM "BILL" PETER ZABEL (GARBINI), 74, of Fort Wayne, Ind., went to the great theater organ in heaven on Friday, Nov. 30, 2018. Bill worked for...
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          Comment on The 23 Year Story of Change-Promoting Organizations in the LCMS by Martin R. Noland      Cache   Translate Page      
Dear BJS Bloggers, Since the Internet is supposed to be a place for free resources, I thought I would add a link to a free scholarly article on the issues I discussed above in comment #39. It is an article President Harrison published in the "Lutheran Theological Journal," which can be dowloaded for free here: http://cowadmin.s3.amazonaws.com/worship/cowadmin/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/Liturgical-Uniformity-and-Church-Polity-Harrison.pdf This article is a continuation of original research that President Harrison did on this topic back in the 1990s, and published in: ‘Martin Chemnitz and FC X’, in <i>Mysteria Dei: Essays in Honor of Kurt Marquart</i>, eds. Paul T McCain and John R Stephenson (Fort Wayne, IN: Concordia Theological Seminary Press, 1999), 79-99. That book is out of print, but its article is still worth reading, if you can obtain a copy. I hope this helps provide some other resources for those interested in studying this topic. Yours in Christ, Martin R. Noland
          Brandon Lubin (D) from Evansville Thunderbolts to Fort Wayne Komets      Cache   Translate Page      


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          12/2 Through the 1960’s: Ginger, Jeep, Ronnie & Luke Join Up; Tolan, Bob & Pags Leave; HBD Deacon, Roscoe, Mike, Johnny & Andre      Cache   Translate Page      
  • 1847 - Hall of Famer C/3B James “Deacon” (he was a clean-living, religious fellow) White was born in Caton, NY. He played as a 41-year-old for the Alleghenys in 1889, and lasted one more season before ending his 20-year career with the Buffalo Bisons, retiring with a .312 BA. As a member of Forest City of Cleveland, White led off the opening game against the Fort Wayne Kekiongas with a double off Bobby Mathews, considered the first major league hit (the National Association of Professional Baseball Players was the first pro league), and banged into the first double play. Deacon also helped popularize the catcher’s mask and he was the first pitcher to go into a wind-up (he pitched twice, piling up 10 innings of relief work). Sadly, Deacon died on July 7th, 1939, at the age of 91, just after being snubbed for inclusion in the Hall of Fame. It took until 2013 for White to earn a spot in the Hall. 
Deacon White 2012 Upper Deck Goodwin Champions
  • 1876 - RHP Roscoe Miller was born in Greenville, Indiana. Roscoe started out on fire, winning 23 games for Detroit as a rookie. He stumbled along for the next couple of years but seemed to have righted the ship with the Pirates in 1904, going 7-7/3.35. But bad luck intervened. Miller was riding with 14 other Pirates in a carriage when the rear wheel collapsed. Several players were hurt when the carriage folded and was dragged on its side by the horses, including Miller, who injured his wrist badly in the accident. That would become his last MLB season, although he spent five years in the minors afterward. Roscoe had a boatload of nicknames, with Rubberlegs, Roxy and Ross among them. "Ross" and "Roxy" are plays on Roscoe, and he was dubbed "Rubberlegs" after moving from Detroit to New York to Pittsburgh in a 14-month span. 
  • 1896 - C Mike Wilson was born in Edge Hill, Pennsylvania (Montgomery County). Mike’s entire MLB career consisted of five appearances behind the dish and an 0-for-4 career hitting line in 1921 for Pittsburgh. He is notable, though, as one of the early two-sport players who suited up for the Pirates, as he spent four winters playing football with early pro clubs in Buffalo, Rochester and Rock Island. 
  • 1898 - Pittsburgh traded IF Bill Gray and RHP Bill Hart to Milwaukee of the Western League for OF Ginger Beaumont. Gray wouldn’t play in the majors again while Hart tossed one more big league campaign. Beaumont spent eight of his 12 MLB seasons as a Pirate, hitting .321 over that span, winning the NL batting title once and leading the league in hits three times. 
Ginger Beaumont 1906 Fan Craze
  • 1906 - RHP Johnny Welch was born in Washington, DC. Welch tossed for nine seasons, closing out his career in 1936 with the Pirates after being picked up in June from the PCL’s San Diego Padres, where he had been sent by Boston in May. He got a save for Pittsburgh in nine outings with a 4.50 ERA, spent the next season in the minors at St. Paul and hung ‘em up after the 1937 campaign at age 30 - his minor league contract had been sold to San Francisco and Johnny didn’t want to play so far from home. No compromise was reached and Welch walked. He didn’t have much time left - he passed away in 1940 after a nine-month battle with TB. 
  • 1934 - UT Andre Rodgers was born in Nassau, Bahamas. He was with the Bucs from 1965-67, batting .257 over that time, playing all four infield spots while seeing action in left field, too. Rodgers was the first Bahamian to play in the major leagues. A talented cricket player who paid his own way for a tryout with the Giants in 1954, he finally cracked the majors in 1957 and played 11 big league seasons, finishing with a .249 BA. 
  • 1936 - The Pirates signed 23-year-old IF Lee “Jeep” Handley as a free agent after a strong rookie audition with the Reds. He was a dependable sometimes starter, sometimes bench player for the Bucs over eight seasons (1937-46, with time off for WW2), averaging 105 games per year and hitting .269. It’s been speculated (by the Uniontown Morning Herald of 1938) that he got his nickname in 1936 as a Cincinnati rookie when he apparently reminded the veterans of a new Popeye cartoon strip character, “Jeep.” As Popeye said when gifted with Jeep: "Well, blow me down! A baby puppy!" 
Jeep Handley 1937 (photo: The Sporting News Collection)
  • 1963 - Win some, lose some… The Pirates lost OF Bobby Tolan, who just turned 18 with a season at Class A Reno under his belt, to the Cards in the now defunct first-year player draft. Tolan ended up with a solid 13-year career with a .265 lifetime BA and even made a late stop back to his original Bucco club in 1977. Pittsburgh claimed LHP Luke Walker from Boston in the same draft, and Luke spent 8-of-9 MLB seasons with the Pirates, going 40-42-9/3.42 in 243 games (100 starts) as a sort of an all-around pitching handyman. 
  • 1967 - GM Joe Brown worked out a pair of deals, trading minor league 1B/OF Bob Oliver to the Minnesota Twins for 35-year-old reliever Ronnie Kline and selling C Jim Pagliaroni, who had offseason neck surgery, to the KC Athletics the next day. Kline won 12 games and saved seven in a strong ‘68 campaign, then faded the next season and was sent to SF for Joe Gibbons. Oliver seasoned for awhile, then starting in 1969, ran off seven MLB seasons, five as a starter with KC and California, batting .256 lifetime with an OPS+ of 100 on the nose. Pags had two seasons and 120 games left in him, hitting .244 during his last hurrah in the AL.

          Director of Finance      Cache   Translate Page      
IN-Fort Wayne, Director of Finance JobSummary/Objective The Director of Finance position is responsible for maximizing the return on financial assets by establishing financial policies, procedures, controls and reporting systems. This position ensures legal and regulatory compliance for all accounting, financial reporting, and IT functions in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and cu
          What You Get: $550,000 Homes in Florida, Indiana and New Hampshire      Cache   Translate Page      
A modernist duplex in Miami Beach, a 1928 home in Fort Wayne and a 1979 ranch house in Hollis. Reported by NYTimes.com 7 hours ago.
          What You Get for $550,000      Cache   Translate Page      
A modernist duplex in Miami Beach, Fla.; a 1928 home in Fort Wayne, Ind.; and a 1979 ranch house in Hollis, N.H. Reported by NYTimes.com 7 hours ago.
          RIVAL SONS Announce North American Headline Tour      Cache   Translate Page      
Long Beach, California's RIVAL SONS have announced their first full North American headline tour. The dates include stops at New York's Brooklyn Steel, Philadelphia's Union Transfer and Los Angeles's Henry Fonda Theatre. THE SHEEPDOGS will support all U.S. dates. Pre-sales begin Wednesday, December 5 at 10:00 a.m. local time; all remaining tickets will go on sale to the public on Friday, December 7 at 10:00 a.m. local. The upcoming tour schedule marks the release of RIVAL SONS' much-anticipated new album, "Feral Roots", which arrives everywhere on January 25 via Low Country Sound/Atlantic Records. "Feral Roots" was produced by Grammy Award winner Dave Cobb at Nashville's famed RCA Studio A, and the equally legendary Muscle Shoals Sound Studio in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Exclusive pre-order bundles are available via RivalSons.com, including limited-edition vinyl and autographed lithographs of the album's cover art, painted by renowned contemporary artist Martin Wittfooth. All pre-orders are joined by instant grat downloads of the recently released album tracks "Do Your Worst" and "Back In The Woods". Rolling Stone hailed "Do Your Worst" as "a relentless rocker with a gritty verse spearheaded by a sinister lead guitar riff and thumping drums. The track takes a deft turn when it hits the chorus, forgoing out-and-out guitar bombast for rousing gang vocals with singer Jay Buchanan leading the charge." "Do Your Worst" is joined by an official music video that shows rival sons at their onstage best, alongside behind-the-scenes footage and a performance filmed at the aforementioned Studio A. "Back In The Woods" made its debut by way of Consequence Of Sound, which declared it to be "a rootsy rock track, with (RIVAL SONS) not only taking us 'Back In The Woods' but also back in time to big classic rock sounds of the '60s and '70s." The primal intensity of "Feral Roots" reflects a certain unrest at the heart of the album, sparked by Buchanan's recent move to Tennessee. "With all the stimuli we're constantly receiving these days, I think a lot of people have a desire to live with more freedom and simplicity," noted Buchanan. "There's a longing for your truer nature to prevail, and to reclaim some sort of wildness." But with its nuanced explorations of art and love and truth, "Feral Roots" ultimately argues for pushing beyond pure survival instincts and striving for something more exalted: an unbreakable commitment to creating beauty of your own. RIVAL SONS are also set for a special headline performance at 98.9 The Bear's Electric Christmas, on December 15 at Fort Wayne, Indiana's Pierre's Entertainment Center. RIVAL SONS are: Jay Buchanan (vocals), Scott Holiday (guitar), Dave Beste (bass guitar) and Mike Miley (drums). Tour dates: Apr. 04 - Dallas, TX - Trees Apr. 05 - Fort Smith, AR - TempleLive Apr. 06 - Nashville, TN - Cannery Ballroom Apr. 08 - Carrboro, NC - Cat's Cradle Apr. 09 - Atlanta, GA - Masquerade (Heaven Stage) Apr. 10 - Asheville, NC - Orange Peel Apr. 12 - Charleston, SC - Ladson Exchange Fairgrounds** Apr. 13 - Orlando, FL - Central Florida Fairgrounds** Apr. 14 - Tampa, FL - Amalie Arena** Apr. 17 - Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer Apr. 18 - Boston, MA - Royale Night Club Apr. 19 - Toronto, ON - Danforth Music Hall*** Apr. 21 - Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Steel Apr. 22 - Washington, DC - 9:30 Club Apr. 23 - Detroit, MI - The Fillmore Detroit Apr. 25 - Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue Apr. 26 - Chicago, IL - House of Blues Apr. 27 - Lincoln, NE - Bourbon Theatre Apr. 29 - Denver, CO - Gothic Theatre Apr. 30 - Salt Lake City, UT - The Commonwealth Room May 02 - Seattle, WA - Neptune Theatre May 03 - Portland, OR - Wonder Ballroom May 04 - Vancouver, BC - Vogue Theatre*** May 06 - Sacramento, CA - Ace of Spades May 07 - San Francisco, CA - The Fillmore May 09 - Los Angeles, CA - The Fonda Theatre ** Festival Lineup *** No THE SHEEPDOGS

          Dwayne Haskins receives top offensive honor on AP All-Big Ten team      Cache   Translate Page      

Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr. is the offensive player of the year and Michigan linebacker Devin Bush is defensive player of the year on The Associated Press All-Big Ten Conference team released Wednesday.

Freshman receiver Rondale Moore of Purdue was voted newcomer of the year, and Northwestern's Pat Fitzgerald was named coach of the year after leading the Wildcats to the Big Ten championship game for the first time.

Michigan had seven players on the first team, including five from the nation's top-ranked defense. Wisconsin had five first-team picks and conference champion Ohio State had three.

Haskins, in his first year as a starter, set Big Ten records and leads the nation with 4,580 passing yards and 47 touchdown passes. He passed for more than 300 yards in nine games, including five games with better than 400 yards.

Bush has been a disruptive force for Michigan, leading the team with 80 tackles and ranking second from his linebacker position in sacks (five) and tackles for loss (9.5).

Moore occupied two spots, as a wide receiver and all-purpose player. Moore's 103 receptions are most in the nation and second-most in a season by a Big Ten player, and his 1,164 receiving yards lead the conference. Moore also rushed for 203 yards on 18 carries and returned punts and kicks for the Boilermakers.

Four of Wisconsin's five first-team picks are repeat selections — running back Jonathan Taylor, offensive linemen Michael Deiter and Beau Benzschawel and linebacker T.J. Edwards. Taylor was a unanimous choice. Ohio State defensive lineman Dre'Mont Jones also made the first team for the second straight year.

Fitzgerald, Northwestern's 13th-year coach, led the Wildcats to an 8-1 record in Big Ten play, matching the best mark in program history. They went 0-3 in nonconference play and had to overcome a spate of injuries to win their first West Division title.

The All-Big Ten team was selected by 27 writers and broadcasters who cover the conference.

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The Associated Press All-Big Ten Conference football team, with position, name, school, height, weight, class and hometown:

FIRST TEAM

Offense

WR — Rondale Moore, Purdue, 5-9, 175, Fr., New Albany, Indiana.

WR — Tyler Johnson, Minnesota, 6-2, 200, Jr., Minneapolis.

T — Isaiah Prince, Ohio State, 6-7, 310, Sr., Greenbelt, Maryland.

T — Jon Runyan, Michigan, 6-5, 310, Sr., Moorestown, New Jersey.

G — Michael Deiter, Wisconsin, 6-6, 310, Sr., Curtice, Ohio.

G — Beau Benzschawel, Wisconsin, 6-6, 315, Sr., Grafton, Wisconsin.

C — Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin, 6-3, 319, So., Amherst, Wisconsin.

TE — T.J. Hockenson, Iowa, 6-5, 250, So., Chariton, Iowa.

QB — Dwayne Haskins Jr., Ohio State, 6-3, 214, So., Potomac, Maryland.

u-RB — Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin, 5-11, 221, So., Salem, New Jersey.

RB — Karan Higdon, Michigan, 5-10, 202, Sr., Sarasota, Florida.

PK — Chase McLaughlin, Illinois, 6-1, 190, Sr., Cypress, Texas.

All-Purpose — Rondale Moore, Purdue, 5-9, 175, Fr., New Albany, Indiana.

Defense

DE __ Kenny Willekes, Michigan State, 6-4, 260, Jr., Rockford, Michigan.

DE __ Chase Winovich, Michigan, 6-3, 255, Sr., Jefferson Hills, Pennsylvania.

DT __ Raequan Williams, Michigan State, 6-4, 300, Jr., Chicago.

DT __ Dre'Mont Jones, Ohio State, 6-3, 290, Jr., Cleveland.

LB — Devin Bush, Michigan, 5-11, 233, Jr., Pembroke Pines, Florida.

LB — Paddy Fisher, Northwestern, 6-4, 241, So., Katy, Texas.

LB — T.J. Edwards, Wisconsin, 6-1, 242, Sr., Lake Villa, Illinois.

CB — Amani Oruwariye, Penn State, 6-1, 203, Sr., Tampa, Florida.

CB — Lavert Hill, Michigan, 5-11, 181, Jr., Detroit.

S — Josh Metellus, Michigan, 6-0, 204, Jr., Pembroke Pines, Florida.

S — Amani Hooker, Iowa, 6-0, 210, Jr., Minneapolis.

P — Will Hart, Michigan, 6-3, 192, Jr., Hunting Valley, Ohio.

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SECOND TEAM

Offense

WR — Stanley Morgan Jr., Nebraska, 6-1, 195, Sr., New Orleans.

WR — Parris Campbell, Ohio State, 6-1, 208, Sr., Akron, Ohio.

T — David Edwards, Wisconsin, 6-7, 315, Jr., Downers Grove, Illinois.

T — Alaric Jackson, Iowa, 6-7, 320, So., Detroit.

G — Ross Reynolds, Iowa, 6-4, 295, Sr., Waukee, Iowa.

G — Ben Bredeson, Michigan, 6-5, 320, Jr., Hartland, Wisconsin.

C — Michael Jordan, Ohio State, 6-7, 310, Jr., Canton, Michigan.

TE — Noah Fant, Iowa, 6-5, 241, Jr., Omaha, Nebraska.

QB — Trace McSorley, Penn State, 6-0, 201, Sr., Ashburn, Virginia.

RB — Miles Sanders, Penn State, 5-11, 215, Jr., Pittsburgh.

RB — Antony McFarland, Maryland, 5-8, 193, Fr., Hyattsville, Maryland.

PK — Matt Coghlin, Michigan State, 5-9, 190, So., Cincinnati.

All-Purpose — Ihmir Smith-Marsette, Iowa, 6-1, 175, So., Newark, New Jersey.

Defense

DE — A.J. Epensea, Iowa, 6-5, 277, So., Glen Carbon, Illinois.

DE — Rashan Gary, Michigan, 6-5, 283, Jr., Plainfield, New Jersey.

DE — Carter Coughlin, Minnesota, 6-4, 245, Jr., Eden Prairie, Minnesota.

DT — Robert Windsor, Penn State, 6-4, 295, Jr., Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin.

LB — Tre Watson, Maryland, 6-2, 236, Sr., Tampa, Florida.

LB — Joe Bachie, Michigan State, 6-2, 238, Jr., Brook Park, Ohio.

LB — Blake Cashman, Minnesota, 6-2, 235, Sr., Eden Prairie, Minnesota.

CB — David Long, Michigan, 5-11, 198, Jr., Los Angeles.

CB — Justin Layne, Michigan State, 6-3, 185, Jr., Cleveland.

S — Darnell Savage Jr., Maryland, 5-10, 200, Sr., Newark, Delaware.

S — Jordan Fuller, Ohio State, 6-2, 204, Jr. Old Tappan, New Jersey.

P — Drue Chrisman, Ohio State, 6-3, 215, So., Lawrenceburg, Indiana.

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Offensive Player of the Year — Dwayne Haskins Jr., Ohio State, 6-3, 214, So., Potomac, Maryland.

Defensive Player of the Year — Devin Bush, Michigan, 5-11, 233, Jr., Pembroke Pines, Florida.

Coach of the Year — Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern,

Newcomer of the Year — Rondale Moore, Purdue, 5-9, 175, Fr., New Albany, Indiana.

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u-Unanimous selection.

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Voting Panel:

Bob Asmussen, Champaign (Illinois) News-Gazette

Bret Beherns, WCIA-Radio (Champaign, Illinois)

Mike Carmin, Lafayette (Indiana) Journal & Courier

Matt Charboneau, Detroit News

Angelique Chengelis, Detroit News

Graham Couch, Lansing (Michigan) State Journal

Dave Eanet, WGN-Radio (Chicago)

Justin Gaard, KFAN-Radio (Minneapolis)

Parker Gabriel, Lincoln (Nebraska) Journal Star

Jason Galloway, Madison.com (Wisconsin)

Emily Giambalvo, Washington Post

Teddy Greenstein, Chicago Tribune

Mike Jacques, WMTV-TV (Madison, Wisconsin)

Randy Johnson, Minneapolis Star Tribune

Chad Leistikow, Des Moines (Iowa) Register

Tim May, Columbus Dispatch

John McGonigal, Centre Daily Times (State College, Pennsylvania)

Sam McKewon, Omaha (Nebraska) World-Herald

Aaron McMann, MLive.com-Ann Arbor

Mike Miller, Bloomington (Indiana) Herald-Times

Marc Morehouse, Cedar Rapids (Iowa) Gazette

Josh Newman, Asbury Park (New Jersey) Press

Zachary Osterman, Indianapolis Star

Greg Pickel, Penn Live

Kyle Rowland, Toledo (Ohio) Blade

Keith Sargeant, NJ Advance Media

Dylan Sinn, Fort Wayne (Indiana) Journal Gazette


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