Redshirt sophomore quarterback Hayden Rettig be under center for Rutgers’ season opener, Kyle Flood announced Tuesday. “Hayden Rettig will start our Sept. 5 game against Norfolk State,” Flood said in a team release. Rettig and Chris Laviano were battling for the starting job, but Laviano and four other players are suspended for the first half of the season opener due to a curfew violation, the team also announced Tuesday. Leonte Carroo, Kevin Marquez, Tim Gleeson and Ruhann Peele are the other four players the Scarlet Knights will be without for the first half. Rettig transferred to Rutgers after his freshman
Here's what Tom Dienhart will be watching at Purdue's practice.
As BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart noted in his “news and notes” piece from Ohio State’s practice on Monday evening, Miss Ohio 2015 Sarah Hider attended the Buckeyes’ practice on Monday evening. [ MORE: 5 things Tom Dienhart learned | See our Ohio State football tweets ] “She even wore a sparkly crown,” Dienhart notes. “She posed with players for photos afterward.” Need some evidence? Check out the photo Ohio State defensive line coach Larry Johnson Sr. tweeted out at the top of this post. Hider also posted the following photo with Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer. One thing
Our countdown to kickoff series continues, and today it's all about Big Ten West top newcomers. Check out our panel's picks for first-year players who could make an immediate impact inside.
The BTN bus has left Indiana practice, and now it’s time to share some nuggets I gathered while watching the Hoosiers in action Monday morning. [ MORE: 5 things Tom Dienhart learned | View our tour schedule ] There is a football attached to a spring on a pole on both sides of the entrance to the practice field. As defensive players walk onto the field, they slap at the ball. Hey, it’s all about getting used to creating turnovers. This season, Kevin Wilson has altered his practice routine, having the team go hard early and taper down as the
The annual summer trek through Big Ten country continues as the 13th stop on our tour brought us to Bloomington, Indiana, where we watched the Hoosiers practice Monday morning.
Tuesday morning marked the 13th stop on our annual summer football tour across the Big Ten. Before we wrap things up with Purdue on Wednesday, check out our team's tweets from Indiana practice.
The BTN bus has left Ohio State, and now it’s time to share some news, notes and nuggets from the Buckeyes practice. [ MORE: 5 things Tom Dienhart learned | See our Ohio State football tweets ] Tim Beck arrived from Nebraska and is co-offensive coordinator. He’ll work with offensive coordinator Ed Warinner, who will call the plays with Tom Herman off to coach Houston. Beck will work from the press box and Warinner will be on the field. Beck and Warinner worked together at Kansas under Mark Mangino, pushing the buttons on some explosive offense. The 2007 KU squad
The 12th stop on our annual summer BTN bus tour across the Big Ten brought us to Columbus, Ohio, where we watched the Buckeyes practice Monday night. [ MORE: Ohio State practice notebook | See our Ohio State tweets ] Here are five things I learned at Ohio State practice. 1. The receivers look good. This was one unit that suffered some significant attrition with Devin Smith and Evan Spencer gone. But the Buckeyes have a legit star/No. 1 in junior Michael Thomas, one of the nation’s most underrated wideouts. There also is sophomore Noah Brown, sophomore Terry McLaurin and
On Monday evening, the BTN bus stopped in Columbus, Ohio, to watch the defending national champion Ohio State Buckeyes. Check out our guys' tweets from the practice inside.