If every college football head coaching job became available tomorrow, which would be the most desirable? ESPN.com’s Travis Haney (@TravHaneyESPN) recently headed a project, which ranked each of the 65 college football jobs at the Power 5 level. He released them in three categories: Bottom of the barrel jobs, middle of the road jobs, and top 24 jobs. According to the article, the list includes factors such as location, administrative stability, support from those bosses, facilities, recruiting base, path to conference titles/playoff, sense of tradition, fervor of fan base, too much fervor from a fan base, etc. Our friends over
After a great #SWT2015, the tributes keep pouring in for @Sadler_3, this time from his friend @FauxPelini pic.twitter.com/qi3mHCPkdl — West MI Spartans (@WMISpartans) February 25, 2015 @FauxPelini is at it again. The parody Twitter account of former Nebraska coach Bo Pelini sent viral buddy Mike Sadler a congratulations letter for his stellar Michigan State career and academic laurels. On Tuesday night, Sadler (@Sadler_3) was named @WMISpartans‘ top student-athlete, so @FauxPelini decided to send him a fun note. Read the full note in the tweet above. These two made headlines last season for engaging in entertaining Twitter back-and-forths. Remember this? The
Big Ten faculty, administrators and student-athlete representatives met this week to further discuss the importance of keeping education central to the mission of intercollegiate athletics.
There is a growing buzz around the idea to make freshmen students ineligible to play football and men's basketball, and that buzz stems from recent reports that several conferences - including the Big Ten - want to discuss the idea.
We're rolling team-by-team Big Ten football stories over the next few weeks. Here's a look at Michigan State's spring preview.
It’s already time to begin the build toward 2015 with spring football. And, all of the Big Ten dates are in.
Before Trae Waynes left Michigan State for the NFL, he wanted to say "Thank you" to Spartan Nation. He did so with a letter in The State News on Wednesday.
Who are some of the top true freshmen in the Big Ten we should expect to see on the field in 2015? BTN.com web editor Sean Merriman takes a look at one "instant impact" commit from every Big Ten school.
If you can believe it, Duke already has started spring football practice in preparation for the 2015 college football season. The Big Ten won’t break out the pads until March. When it does, the work will begin on replacing some star players. Earlier, I looked at the five biggest shoes to fill for each Big Ten club – read them all here. We all know players come and go each year, which means these departures below make way for a new wave of names to step up and make their mark. So ahead of the Big Ten’s spring football season,
In Thursday morning's roundup of Big Ten stories from beat writers, we collected a number of interesting "day after Signing Day" links, including one that says Ohio State's offensive coordinator is certain Braxton Miller will return. Also, who flipped? And which two schools had surprisingly good days? All that and more in this post.