Yes, Illinois lost the Zaxby’s Heart of Dallas Bowl vs. Louisiana Tech to finish 6-7. Still, reaching a bowl for the first time since 2011 is progress for a program in its third season under Tim Beckman.
What was Rutgers' high and low point in 2014? What about its offensive and defensive MVP? Get Tom Dienhart's 2014 Rutgers season review inside.
There were two Big Ten bowl games today. Track all the action inside!
What was Ohio State's high and low point in 2014? What about its offensive and defensive MVP? Get Tom Dienhart's 2014 Ohio State season review inside.
A series that covers the true revolutionaries, Game Changers explores how innovators from Big Ten universities — students, faculty and alums — are inventing or reinventing their chosen fields. Finance can be a daunting subject. Just ask Jason Vitug. Just seven years ago, he was a full-time student at Rutgers University who also worked 60-plus hours a week at the Newark Liberty International Airport to help pay his tuition. And at one point, he had $78,000 in unsecured debt due to a variety of education and living expenses. Fast-forward to this year. Vitug, who’s held a senior-level executive role in
What was Nebraska's high and low point in 2014? What about its offensive and defensive MVP? Get Tom Dienhart's 2014 Nebraska season review inside.
Our friends at ESPN always do an outstanding job with their inspirational videos on former and current athletes. The video in this post is extra special, though, because it features former Penn State and current Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still and his daughter Leah, who is battling a rare form of pediatric cancer. See the full video inside!
One Wall Street Journal writer dressed up as Jim Harbaugh and walked the streets of Ann Arbor to talk to people about the possibility of the former Michigan quarterback being named the Wolverines' next head coach. See more inside!
What was Minnesota's high and low point in 2014? What about its offensive and defensive MVP? Get Tom Dienhart's 2014 Minnesota season review inside.
Ten former Big Ten standouts, not including Nebraska’s Ndamukong Suh, were named to the 2015 NFL Pro Bowl, which will be played Jan. 25, 2015 at the University of Phoenix Stadium. New England quarterback Tom Brady (Michigan) and Houston defensive end J.J. Watt (Houston) highlight the Big Ten representatives. See the full list below. [ MORE: NFL.com looks at Pro Bowl offensive players | And defense ] ILLINOIS Vontae Davis, CB, Indianapolis IOWA Marshal Yanda, OG, Baltimore MICHIGAN Tom Brady, QB, New England MICHIGAN STATE Le’Veon Bell, RB, Pittsburgh NEBRASKA Ndamukong Suh, DT, Detroit* OHIO STATE Nick Mangold, C, New