One night after unveiling the 2015 All-Big Ten Defensive Team, BTN Live announced the official 2015 All-Big Ten Offensive Team and the remaining individual award winners Tuesday.
Tom Dienhart caught up with Iowa sophomore offensive tackle Boone Myers, a 6-5, 300-pound rising star who arrived on campus as a walk-on after playing tight end and defensive end in high school, as he prepped to play the Spartans.
The last College Football Playoff rankings before the league championship games comes out tonight. And, there is still a chance the Big Ten could get two teams in the playoffs. Really.
Lots going on as we head toward the Big Ten title game. Speculation swirls around job openings at Maryland and Rutgers. And some people have a beef with my latest Big Ten Power Rankings. On to your love letters …
Looks like APR will be used to slot 5-7 teams into bowls—and 5-7 teams will be needed. That’s good news for Nebraska and Minnesota, which have high APRs and 5-7 marks. The Huskers almost look like a lock to make a bowl. *** Rutgers is in the market for a coach. And, it’s a crowded market. And the new AD? He has no experience in football, spending most of his career at Seton Hall. Places like Virginia, Miami, Missouri, South Carolina, Georgia, Syracuse and Maryland also are looking for coaches. This is a big hire for RU … and the
The Big Ten announced its postseason volleyball awards on Tuesday, with standouts from Minnesota, Nebraska and Wisconsin earning individual recognition following the conclusion of the 2015 regular season. Nine Big Ten teams will be competing in the NCAA tourney, starting Thursday. Read more about the tourney here. See the complete complete list of All-Big Ten honorees, individual award winners and Sportsmanship Award honorees below: PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Daly Santana, MINN DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Justine Wong-Orantes, NEB SETTER OF THE YEAR: Lauren Carlini, WIS FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Samantha Seliger-Swenson, MINN COACH OF THE YEAR (COACHES AND MEDIA):
The annual Big Ten/ACC Challenge tipped off Monday night, with Rutgers and Minnesota hosting ACC counterparts. [ MORE: Power Rankings | Player Rankings | Polls | Standings | Stats | Scoreboard ] Wake Forest rallied to nip Rutgers, 69-68, in the opening game, while Minnesota got the Big Ten on the board with an 89-83 victory over Clemson. The Challenge ledger entering Tuesday night’s slate of six games sits at 1-1. Here is Tuesday’s schedule: Michigan at North Carolina State; Northwestern at Virginia Tech; Virginia at Ohio State; Miami (FL) at Nebraska; Purdue at Pittsburgh; Maryland at North Carolina. View
Indiana was in action Monday night, meaning Troy Williams was flying through the air with regularity. [ MORE: View Monday night’s Big Ten basketball scoreboard ] The athletic forward soared for dunks, rebounds and blocks in a 112-70 win vs. overmatched Alcorn State at Assembly Hall. The biggest highlight, it being Williams and all, was his first dunk of the night. It came on a perfect pass from point guard Yogi Ferrell, and the alley-oop brought the Indiana faithful to its feet. Williams provided the highlights, but it was James Blackmon Jr.’s career-high 33 points that fueled the Hoosiers to
BTN Live announced the official 2015 All-Big Ten Defensive Team and select individual award winners Monday tonight. See all of the honorees inside.
There are two new Big Ten names appearing on my latest Big Ten Player Rankings. One was on my preseason list (Illinois’ Malcolm Hill), while the other is making his debut (Maryland’s Robert Carter Jr.). [ MORE: Power Rankings | Polls | Standings | Stats | Scoreboard ] The top four remains the same this week, with Michigan State do-it-all star Denzel Valentine coming in at No. 1 for the second consecutive week. See my full latest list below: 1. Denzel Valentine, Michigan State. The Denzel Valentine show hit the West Coast this week for the Wooden Legacy, and those