Purdue quarterback David Blough had the honor of delivering the 2017 Big Ten Football Kickoff Luncheon speech on Tuesday afternoon, and he didn't disappoint. The five-minute speech, which focused on football teaching life, resulted in a standing ovation.
Iowa senior offensive lineman Sean Welsh penned an op-ed Wednesday that chronicled his struggle with depression. Welsh started battling depression as a redshirt freshman in 2014, when the mood disorder had him eating less and spending more time in front of the TV than with friends.
The 5-second rule is one many implement in their daily lives. Drop something on the floor or ground, and you have five seconds to pick it up before it’s no longer edible. Hall of Fame coach Tom Izzo subscribes to the theory, and he showed last week in the video below. Hey @espn @SportsCenter is this #SCtop10 or #SCNotTop10 worthy?#MSU bball HC Tom Izzo picking up popcorn & eating it off floor! #Spartans pic.twitter.com/V6Qc38bgzm — Tyler Cupp (@TCupp13) July 15, 2017 Based on the tweets of those who know Izzo well, the coach is a good sport about being caught
The Big Ten Conference announced Tuesday the 42 students scheduled to attend the 2017 Big Ten Football Media Days and Kickoff Luncheon, held Monday and Tuesday, July 24 and 25, at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place and Convention Center in Chicago.
A primer to prepare potential Buckeyes.
Nebraska assistant and former Iowa player and assistant Bob Elliott, 64, died Saturday night.
Legendary Hawkeyes coach recounts life on and off the mat.
One of the most anticpated annual preseason college football coundtowns came a close Friday. That would be SI's Bruce Fledman's "Freaks" list, which is topped by Penn State RB Saquon Barkley and features six Big Ten players.
From plowing and planting to beekeeping and butter-churning, over 6,000 years of farm life is featured.
It's going to happen. The next time Penn State running back Saquon Barkley runs over a defender, you'll ask yourself, "How did he do that?!" Well, the speedy, powerful, uber-athletic likely 2017 Heisman frontrunner is as strong as anyone on the field. The proof is in the video inside.