No one would argue that having NFL talent will surely help a college team be successful. Ohio State is proof of that. The Buckeyes, winners of at least a share of six of the last 10 Big Ten titles, annually are in the mix for the Big Ten's most NFL draft picks.
Former Michigan State star Draymond Green had some fun with Golden State teammate and freshly minted NBA MVP Stephen Curry at his press conference Monday.
Ohio State did OK in the 2015 draft with five picks. Cleveland.com says next year could rival 2004, when the Buckeyes set a record with 14 players drafted. It’s possible Ohio State breaks its own record. “No question Ohio State is a team that’s going to be well represented at next year’s draft,” CBSSports.com NFL Draft analyst Dane Brugler told Northeast Ohio Media Group. “There’s so much talent, we could be talking about potentially double digit draft picks for the Buckeyes next year.” So, what does that mean for OSU on the field this season? Are another unbeaten season and
Get to know Illinois closer Tyler Jay, who has become a dominant reliever in college baseball. Lightly recruited out of high school, the lefty and Illinois’ top prospect, talks about how his father helped him become the pitcher he is today. The Illini (40-6-1, 16-1), winners of a program-record 21 straight games, moved up one spot to No. 6 in the USA Today Baseball Coaches Poll, released Monday. Illinois swept Ohio State in Columbus this past weekend, marking its fifth consecutive Big Ten sweep. Its only Big Ten defeat came March 29 at Michigan State.
Saturday was dubbed by many as the greatest single day in sports history, in large part because of the always-popular Kentucky Derby and the highly anticipated Pacquiao-Mayweather fight. [ MORE: Get all of our Big Ten pros coverage ] Events like these have a history of bringing out the biggest and brightest stars, and Saturday was no exception. The proof is Tom Brady. The former Michigan quarterback and four-time Super Bowl champion attended both events, along with several New England teammates, starting the day in Kentucky and finishing it in Las Vegas. Not a bad Saturday, huh? Making the day
Thirty-five Big Ten players achieved their dream of being selected in the 2015 NFL Draft, and a majority of them reacted to hearing their names called on Twitter.
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The dust has settled on the 2015 NFL draft, but many good Big Ten players never heard their names called. In fact, you could build a pretty good team with the undrafted players.
Kirk Ferentz is the dean of Big Ten coaches as he enters his 17th season at the helm at Iowa. But the program finds itself at a bit of crossroads. Check out our Q&A with the Iowa coach inside.
The decision by Brandon Scherff to return for his senior season paid off—handsomely, as he was the No. 5 overall pick. He won the Outland Trophy that goes to the nation’s best interior lineman. He became the Hawkeyes’ 21st consensus All-American. And Thursday, he became the fifth player in the history of Iowa football to get drafted in the top five. The guy is gonna be a stud. “I set goals for myself that (offensive line coach) Brian Ferentz and coach (Reese) Morgan told me to set for myself, and I accomplished some of those and I’m happy,” Scherff said.