Indiana hasn’t had a first-round draft choice since wideout Thomas Lewis went 24th overall to the Giants in 1994. But that 23-year dry spell may end this April, as guard Dan Feeney is projected by most draft prognosticators to be a first-round pick.
For Tom Dienhart's latest Big Ten Q&A, he caught up with first-year Indiana head football coach Tom Allen, whose Hoosier roots run deep.
When the Big Ten announced last fall that it would play some Friday night football games in 2017, it raised the eyebrows of some who didn’t think it was right to encroach on the traditional turf of high school football.
Several Big Ten teams are set at quarterback. But there are as many as eight quarterback spots that warrant your attention, writes BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart.
Duke, 88, helped shepherd the Big Ten into the modern era during an 18-year run as commissioner, focusing on academic achievement while also helping build the NCAA tourney into its modern incarnation.
The Big Ten was well-represented within NFL Network expert Mike Mayock's positional rankings ahead of next week's NFL Combine.
The NFL released names of the players invited to the 2017 Combine, to be held February 28-March 6 in Indianapolis. And the Big Ten is well represented with 51 players invited. Michigan leads the way with 14 invitees.
The page has been turned in Bloomington. Kevin Wilson is out. Tom Allen is in. Allen has been in Bloomington one season and never has been a head coach. And Allen already has shaken up the staff, ousting offensive coordinator Kevin Johns and hiring veteran Mike DeBord.
We offer up a team of departing Big Ten football players on both offense and defense with lots of video highlights. Who will step up to fill their shoes? Spring football is not too far away.
The latest bracket projections are out from the national experts. How does the Big Ten shape up this week?