It’s official: Yogi Ferrell is coming back to Indiana. That means the Hoosiers can be very good next season with Ferrell, Troy Williams and James Blackmon at the core. And stud big man Thomas Bryant is arriving, too.
For decades now, Flint, Mich., located about 60 miles northwest of Detroit, has been dogged by a terrible reputation. From the film “Roger and Me,” a chronicle of the city’s descent into poverty as manufacturing jobs dried up, to the steady stream of national headlines about its high ranking in areas such as violent crime and population decline, the place is cast in an overwhelmingly negative light. But there’s been one recent bright spot, thanks to a collaboration involving the municipality, the University of Michigan, and various neighborhood, city and county partners. These institutions worked together to establish a large
All-Big Ten guard Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell has announced Sunday that he will return for his senior year at Indiana University.
Former Nebraska star Alex Gordon is a regular when it comes to making the jaw-dropping defensive play. The four-time Gold Glove winner made a catch Sunday that you have to see to believe.
Few sports have athletes who are more superstitious and goofy than baseball. It's a long season, there are a lot of games, and you see the same opponents several times a year.
It was all Megan Betsa in Michigan's 1-0 victory Sunday at Maryland. The Michigan sophomore twirled the first 7-inning no-hitter of her career, to go along with 15 strikeouts.
With a 4-0 victory over No. 2-seeded Ohio State, top-seeded Michigan won the 2015 Big Ten Women's Tennis Tournament Championship on Sunday at Combe Tennis Center.
With a 4-0 victory over No. 2 seed Ohio State, top-seeded Illinois claimed the 2015 Big Ten Men's Tennis Tournament Championship on Sunday afternoon at Illinois’ Atkins Tennis Center.
Melvin Gordon and Trae Waynes have been best friends, high school teammates, college rivals and Big Ten stars. In a few days, they'll add NFL draft picks to the list.
The Fighting Illini dominated the field at the 2015 Big Ten Men’s Golf Championship taking home the team title with a staggering 32-shot victory Sunday afternoon. All five Illinois golfers finished in the top 11 of the field. Freshman Nick Hardy finished 4-under par and earned co-medalist honors – becoming the fifth-straight year an Illini golfer closed the tournament on top of the tournament leaderboard. Junior Thomas Detry won the Les Bolstad award for the lowest season stroke average in the Big Ten this season. The victory is Illinois’ sixth Big Ten title in the past seven seasons. Read full