The third and final day of the 2015 NFL Draft was a big one for the Big Ten on Saturday. Twenty players were selected in Rounds 4-7, giving the Big Ten a total of 35 draftees. See all of the picks inside.
The drought is over. Brandon Scherff was selected No. 5 by the Washington Redskins in the 2015 NFL Draft on Thursday night, ending the Big Ten's streak of no top 10 picks since 2008.
Randy Gregory was one of the top prospects in the 2015 NFL Draft. He was invited to Chicago to attend the event in the Green Room, after all. [ MORE: Get our NFL draft coverage | View Round 2 & 3 Big Ten picks ] However, due to off-field issues, the 6-foot-6, 240-pound pass-rusher had a longer-than-expected wait to hear his name called. Thursday’s first round came and went without Gregory making the walk across the stage. On Friday, with the second round winding down, the Dallas Cowboys ended Gregory’s wait, taking the ex-Nebraska star with the 60th pick. Gregory,
This was cool: Former Michigan State cornerback Trae Waynes held a Twitter Q&A with Minnesota Vikings fans Friday afternoon.
The San Diego Chargers introduced first-round pick Melvin Gordon on Friday, one day after trading up to select the former Wisconsin running back with the 15th pick.
The Minnesota Vikings introduced first-round pick Trae Waynes on Friday, one day after taking the former Michigan State cornerback with the No. 11 pick in the 2015 NFL Draft. [ MORE: San Diego introduces ex-Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon ] Waynes, the first cornerback off the board and an All-Big Ten honoree in 2014, was introduced in a press conference in Minneapolis. The No. 11 pick signed autographs, posed for pictures with his new No. 26 jersey, and even held a Twitter Q&A with Minnesota fans. Check out more from Waynes’ arrival and introduction in Minnesota.
If Tamara Moore, an associate professor of engineering education at Purdue University, had the power to do so, she probably would strike a certain four-letter word from the dictionary. That word is “nerd.” “Believe or not, I’ve heard that before,” Moore said, laughing. But Moore turns serious when she discusses how the U.S. public education system is shortchanging the future engineers of America. In a research paper published in March 2015 in the Journal of Research in Science Teaching, Moore and her colleagues report engineering education in public schools generally fails to clearly define and lay out engineering topics in
The second day of the 2015 NFL Draft is in the books. A total of 12 former Big Ten stars were selected in the second day of the NFL Draft, with eight of them landing in the second round, and four in the third round.
Big Ten women’s lacrosse fans were treated to a pair of incredible semifinal games on Friday. No. 2-seeded Penn State kicked off the action with an impressive 13-10 victory over No. 3 Northwestern. No. 4 Ohio State followed that up with a memorable 11-10 upset win over No. 1 and reigning national champ Maryland. With the victory, the Buckeyes captured their first-ever win over a top-ranked team in program history. OSU’s incredible win also snapped Maryland’s 27-game win streak. Penn State will take on Ohio State in the women’s Big Ten championship game at noon ET on Sunday. Catch up
Everyone knows that April Fools Day, April 1, is a day dedicated to playing practical jokes on others. Well, on Friday afternoon, the Twitterverse was introduced to a new, fictitious holiday known as “May Fools.” [ MORE: Cardale Jones’ 74-yard throw highlights OSU halftime contests ] It all started when Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones almost shut down the internet by tweeting out that he was leaving OSU to transfer to Akron as a “May Fools” joke. Of course, Jones, who led the Buckeyes to a national championship this past season, is expected to compete with Braxton Miller and J.T.