Every year, it seems, there are several made-for-TV moments during the NFL draft. The 2016 event is no different, and there was a very cool Big Ten, in particular Ohio State, moment Saturday. San Diego had first-round pick Joey Bosa, the No. 3 selection Friday night, to be exact, announce the team’s fourth-round selection from team headquarters. That was cool in its own right, but the fact the pick was former Ohio State defensive player Joshua Perry made it even more special. Watch Bosa announce the Perry pick in the video above. If you’re counting at home, Perry was Ohio
The final day of the 2016 NFL Draft saw 24 former Big Ten players selected in Rounds 4-7 on Saturday afternoon. [ MORE: Catch up on every pick with FOXSports.com’s draft tracker ] With Saturday’s total, the Big Ten finished with 47 draft picks, second only to the SEC (51); the Pac-12 was third (32). Here are Round 1 Big Ten picks, and Rounds 2-3 picks. Relive all of Saturday’s Big Ten selections below. *** ROUND 4 99. Wisconsin LB Joe Schobert, Cleveland Browns The Show is off to Cleveland! @JoeTheShow58 goes to @Browns with the 99th pick in the
You may not understand the exact meaning of all these words, but give it your beatenest. We’re not going to try to explain everything from a to izzard*. But, if you’re not an aginner**, we promise this won’t be a rantum scoot. You will, of course, be forgiven if you can’t place all of the words and phrases in the preceding paragraph. In fact, if you’re not from the Ozarks circa 1907, you might not know that to give something your “beatenest” is to give it your best effort. Or, if you’ve never taken a trip unbound by destination around
Friday night was a huge success for the Big Ten. [ MORE: Six former Big Ten stars selected in first round ] A total of 17 former Big Ten players were selected in the second and third rounds of the 2016 NFL Draft on Friday. There were six players from the conference picked in Thursday’s first round, which gives the Big Ten a total of 23 selections through the first two days of the draft. The SEC, considered by many to be the most dominant college football conference in the nation, had 22 picks through the first two days. We
In our final part of a 14-part series, BTN.com's Tom Dienhart takes a look at the last ten years of Wisconsin football players in the NFL Draft. Remember these names? There have been some great ones.
The D.J. Durkin era has begun at Maryland. And with it comes hope the Terrapins can move up the pecking order in the rugged Big Ten East.
Well, that was quite a first night of the NFL Draft. We round up a variety of stories from Big Ten outlets, including some good news for Iowa's Drew Ott. Also, one national college football writer says the Big Ten is back in a pretty big way. catch up on Friday's headlines.
Part carnival. Part expo. All fun. It’s Maryland Day, which happens tomorrow at the University of Maryland’s campus in College Park. Along with games, activities and entertainment, Maryland Day features information about a variety of student-run organizations at the university. And Terps Against Hunger, fresh off of its win in Maryland’s annual Do Good Challenge, is looking to make another big splash at the event tomorrow. “[Maryland Day] is an invitation to the community to see what the university’s all about,” said Josh Turskey, a sophomore majoring in architecture and the current vice president of Terps Against Hunger. “We’re opening
The opening night of the 2016 NFL Draft was all about Ohio State and its five first round picks.
A total of six former Big Ten players were selected in the opening round of the 2016 NFL Draft.