Yesterday, we took a look at the Big Ten East receivers and tight ends. Now, we’ll check out the Big Ten West, where the jury remains out on several corps.
John Clay was, well, John Clay, and J.J. Watt was making J.J. Watt-like plays. Relive Wisconsin's 2009 Champs Sports Bowl win over Miami at 8 p.m. ET Thursday on BTN/BTN2Go.
Quarterback play has been an issue for Purdue for a few seasons. Who is the best option in 2015? Austin Appleby? Danny Etling? David Blough? Elijah Sindelar? Would Darrell Hazell consider a rotation? “No,” said Hazell. “No. Absolutely not.” Appleby figures to be the guy, but he may be little more than “pedestrian.” Ditto Etling. Would the staff have the guts to turn over the reins to a greenhorn like redshirt freshman Blough or true freshman Sindelar? I have my doubts, seeing as how this is a critical season for Hazell who needs to produce more in his third season
Inspired by their experiences in college and elsewhere, these Pathfinders are passing by the typical, well-trod career paths and blazing their own trails. We’ll explore the unconventional approaches these Big Ten alums and faculty are taking to work. Dr. Angela Panoskaltsis-Mortari, professor of pediatrics and medicine at the University of Minnesota, recently received the gift of a lifetime — a new bioprinter, one of 20 worldwide distributed by a company called BioBots. “I was just ecstatic because I had been wanting one for years,” she said. What, exactly, is a bioprinter, and why is she so excited about it? Essentially,
Wondering what Taylor Martinez is up to these days? His football days over, the former Nebraska quarterback has turned his attention to a social media app for people with disabilities and diseases. The app is called “Journey: A Positive Social Network,” and it’s the first IOS app exclusively dedicated to connect real-life heroes battling courageously with mental and physical challenges worldwide. “Journey is going to help change lives one connection at a time,” Martinez said in a press release. “This is more than just an application, it’s a community. It celebrates and honors the heroic journey of every struggling individual.
Ohio State announced Wednesday that former football coach Jim Tressel and 13 others will be enshrined in the Ohio State Athletics Hall of Fame. The class, consisting of two coaches and 12 former student-athletes, will be inducted Sept. 18 and introduced to the public at halftime of the football game vs. Northern Illinois on Sept. 19. In addition to Tressel, the 2015 class includes Tim Anderson (football), Justin Cook (men’s soccer), Terence Dials (men’s basketball), Lara Dickenmann (women’s soccer), Natalia Diea (women’s diving), Annabelle Fago (rowing), Joey Galloway (football), Therese Hession (women’s golf coach), J Jaggers (wrestling), Perry Martter (wrestling),
The 2015 MLB First-Year Player Draft comes to a close Wednesday. Track every Big Ten selection from the third day of the event inside.
The Big Ten East lost some very nice wide receiver and tight end talent to the NFL, but plenty of talented pass-catchers return. Check out Tom Dienhart's full ranking.
Lots of juicy matchups dot this week’s menu with Michigan State at Michigan and Nebraska at Minnesota leading the way. Get Tom Dienhart's early preview and game rankings inside!
Even before Little Giants, the 2010 Notre Dame-Michigan State game was incredible. Then, in overtime, the Spartans won it on the famous fake field goal. Watch the game at 8 p.m. ET on BTN/BTN2Go.