There has been lots of change at Indiana since the Hoosiers won the Old Oaken Bucket for a fourth time in a row, as Kevin Wilson is out as coach and now is the OC at Ohio State. In his place, Indiana promoted defensive coordinator Tom Allen, who has never has been a head coach.
Say “hello” to the Pacific Pro Football. What is that, you say? It’s a new professional league that will launch in 2018. Its intent: To develop players, not compete with the NFL. The great Dan Wetzel of Yahoo! detailed the fledgling league.
BTN.com's Tom Dienhart is taking an offseason look at the top five football players each Big Ten team needs to replace for the 2017 season. First up: Illinois.
It’s no surprise to see freshmen have an immediate impact each season in college basketball. Players arrive more and more ready to not just contribute, but also to be stars. And this year’s crop of freshmen in the Big Ten is emerging as a formidable unit.
In a shock to no one, Michigan’s Jabrill Peppers has declared for the 2017 NFL Draft. Peppers was one of the most dynamic players in college football in recent memory, conjuring comparisons to fellow Wolverine and 1997 Heisman winner Charles Woodson.
In a big move, Urban Meyer is tabbing former Indiana coach Kevin Wilson to jazz up a Buckeye attack that too often goes stale in big games. Wilson is regarded as a bright offensive mind who elevated the Hoosier program the last six seasons, guiding IU to consecutive bowl bids the last two seasons.
Just two weeks into the conference season, and every Big Ten team has at least one league loss. And there are four teams atop the conference standings with 3-1 marks: Minnesota, Nebraska, Purdue and Wisconsin. Here's a look-ahead to the third week of Big Ten play.
The Big Ten race got a whole lot more interesting, as Nebraska and Wisconsin each suffered their first conference defeats Sunday. Now, as we ready to tip off Week 3 of conference play, Purdue, Michigan State, Nebraska, Minnesota, Maryland and Wisconsin all have one Big Ten loss.
Minnesota wanted a change in culture and it's clear they got it. P.J. Fleck talked fast and furious on his first day as the Gophers football coach, and his energy will make things very interesting to watch.
Multiple reports say Westerrn Michigan's P.J. Fleck will be the fifth Golden Gophers coach since 2006, following Glen Mason, Tim Brewster, Jerry Kill and Tracy Claeys.