Big Ten Football: Spring Practice All-Big Ten Team for 2013

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Big Ten Football: Spring Practice All-Big Ten Team for 2013
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You can bet the top Heisman candidate in the Big Ten makes the list

The Big Ten entered a state of transition over the past two years, with great longtime coaches like Jim Tressel and Joe Paterno moving on and many new coaches stepping in all over the conference. Although Wisconsin has carried the flag for the conference for three straight seasons in Pasadena, the conference race has been largely unsettled behind the Badgers.

That has resulted in competitive conference races and a lot of different teams represented on the Big Ten football all-conference teams for the past three seasons.

Heading into 2013, the stars are still spread out very well in the conference, as 10 teams make an appearance on the following slides.

A good mix of upcoming stars and returning veterans fill the Big Ten all-conference team for spring practices, which bodes well for the future of the conference. If Michigan and Ohio State lead the other programs to continue raising the level of recruiting, then this conference could once again become one of the elite in college football.

Let's take a look at the complete list of the young men who are on your All-Big Ten team this spring.

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