It is a tough time to be a Penn State fan, what with the Nittany Lions coming off a tough loss at Temple that has the 2015 season looking a lot like the 2014 season. Fans, ex-players and even a kid brother of the star quarterback are venting. You know what they say about adversity: It’s when you find out the most about people. And as if things weren’t bad enough for Penn State on offense, it now must live without a top defender in middle linebacker Nyeem Wartman-White, who is out for the season with injury. Into that vast
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Yes, it was a tough opening week for the Big Ten, which went 8-6 to open the 2015 campaign. But, the league also had a rough beginning last season—and things turned out quite well for the conference.
Yes, we just celebrated Labor Day. But, it’s never too early to think about bowl season, right? Right. For that, let’s check-in with Jerry Palm of CBSSports.com, the best in the galaxy when it comes to stuff like this.
This time last week, Chris Laviano was suspended for the first half of the season-opener for a team violation. Now, he’s Rutgers’ starting QB after Hayden Rettig got the nod last week. Laviano hit 4-of-4 passes for 138 yards and three TDs. Not bad. Rettig was pretty good, too, completing 9-of-11 for 110 yard with a TD. “I think the coaches made a great decision with that,” Rutgers running back Paul James said Monday. “Chris is a great player and I think he’s a great leader. (We) appreciate his hard work, (we) appreciate the journey that he’s taken to get
Thank goodness for Ohio State. The Buckeyes’ impressive win vs. Virginia Tech helped salvage what was a disappointing opening to the 2015 season. The Big Ten finished with an 8-6 mark. But against the Power Five leagues, the Big Ten was just 2-4.
Reigning national champion and No. 1 Ohio State sent a loud message to the rest of the nation Monday tonight: Catch us if you can.
If it seems like we’ve been talking about the Ohio State at Virginia Tech game for nine months … it’s because we have. Now, it’s finally here, the much-anticipated Labor Day night clash between the Buckeyes and Hokies. Some think this will be Ohio State’s lone test until it welcomes Michigan State on Nov. 21. Beat the Hokies, and cruise to a 10-0 start with the Spartans on deck. We shall see. Would a loss ruin OSU’s playoff hopes? No. It didn’t last year, when Va Tech beat Ohio State. Here are five things to watch tonight: 1. Quarterback. Finally,
Happy Labor Day! In Monday's Big Ten Links, we look ahead to tonight's Ohio State-Virginia Tech game as well as a look back at the coverage coming off 13 football openers. What will Week 2 bring?
BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart explains why this has not been a great opening week for Big Ten football.