The Big Ten is the oldest athletic conference in Division I, and some people have criticized the league at times for being too stodgy and tradition-conscious.
Well, welcome to the new Big Ten. The addition of Nebraska is the most obvious change, as the Huskers bring a new, instantly competitive program into the league. That also meant several other changes to the conference that fans will have to get used to in 2011. As Big Ten boss Jim Delany told ESPN.com this summer, "it's natural that people will have an adjustment cycle."
Here are a few things to cycle through while you prepare for kickoff:
Division play. Forget for a moment the goofy division names (Legends and Leaders), or how long it might take fans to figure out who's where. The
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