First, Dave Aranda left last year to run LSU’s defense. Now, Justin Wilcox is on the move to become Cal's new head coach. Such is life for a successful Wisconsin program led by Paul Chryst.
With progress comes change. At least that’s how the old adage goes. And there have been many changes on coaching staffs in the Big Ten since the end of last season. BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart takes a look at the biggest and potentially most impactful additions to coaching staffs inside.
These five Iowa football names won't be with the team come next fall. Tom Dienhart outlines the impact and who will replace them as we all look ahead to spring football.
Illinois' Malcolm Hill has been one of the conference's best players for over two years. Tom Dienhart discusses the season, NCAA tournament hopes and more with the Illini senior.
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.