Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones will return to Ohio State for his junior season. Get BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's take inside!
Ohio State QB Cardale Jones will return to school for his junior season. Get all the details and top Twitter reactions here!
Cardale Jones’ run at the end of the 2014-2015 season as Ohio State’s quarterback was short but very sweet as the one-time third-string passer went 3-0 in the three biggest games of the season for the Buckeyes. He led the Buckeyes to wins in the Big Ten Football Championship, the Sugar Bowl and the CFP Championship. Jones has announced a news conference for today to reveal his decision regarding the NFL Draft, and BTN & BTN2Go will carry the event live. For now, here’s a look at some of the better Jones’ photos from those three big games.
A monumental moment occurred in Big Ten hockey over the weekend as Michigan’s Red Berenson earned his 800th win after Michigan swept No. 9 Minnesota. He is one of four college hockey coaches to win 800 games. The Big Ten completed two conference series, a non-conference matchup, and an exhibition game. Here’s how the weekend played out: FRIDAY, JAN. 9 Ohio State def. Penn State, 5-4 (OT) Michigan def. No. 9 Minnesota, 4-3 (OT) Wisconsin tied No. 2 Boston University, 3-3 Michigan State def. U.S. Under-18 Team (exhib.), 4-1 SATURDAY, JAN. 10 Penn State def. Ohio State, 4-1 Michigan def. No.
Today is the day that Ohio State QB Cardale Jones must decide if he’ll return for his junior season or turn pro. I think he should return to Columbus. Three starts aren’t enough even if they were incredibly impressive. Jones needs more seasoning. Then again, his stock never will be higher—and he risks sliding back to third-string. An interesting conundrum. Update: Jones has announced a news conference today to make his decision. BTN & BTN2Go will carry the event live. Life changing decision at 4pm — Cardale Jones (@CJ12_) January 15, 2015 On the subject of Ohio State quarterbacks, here
As part of honoring Martin Luther King Jr. Day in 2015, Michigan State University will celebrate the one-year anniversary of Project 60/50. Finding its title in the 60th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education and the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the goal of Project 60/50 was to engage the MSU campus and greater community in a broad range of civil and human rights conversations. During the past 12 months, the program has featured more than 200 events, thousands of participants and over 20 corporate sponsors and community partners. Here’s a breakdown of the first year of the program from
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Nearly three weeks into the conference hoops season, it’s time to single out a handful of impressive stats. [ MORE: Big Ten Power Rankings | Big Ten Player Rankings | Mailbag ] Don’t forget, it’s Super Wednesday on BTN tonight. It all starts with Rutgers at No. 11 Maryland (7 ET; watch on BTN2Go), followed by Illinois at Northwestern (watch on BTN2Go). Get ready for both games and hear the latest Big Ten news on “BTN Tip-off Show” at 6:30 p.m. ET. Now, back to the statistics: How about these five stats? #B1G stats: #Hoosiers are 3-1 despite Yogi Ferrell