It appears Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon and Michigan State athletic director Mark Hollis will tee off against each other again on July 24 in their ongoing friendly competitive golf series. Brandon and Hollis hammered out the deal on Twitter and we have the tweets to prove it. Looks like Brandon gets to pick the course, too. Do you remember who won last year? And these guys are so into it, the showdown has its own Twitter account (@B1GADGOLF). You can watch video from last year’s match at MSUSpartans.com.
A Big Ten-SEC bowl game? In St. Louis? Maybe, according to this story in STLToday.com. Long story short: This is a LONG shot. A big long shot, as a lot of hurdles would have to be cleared for this to be a reality. But I love any concept that has the nation’s two best leagues meeting.
One draft expert, ESPN’s Todd McShay, fell in love with Mike Martin before the 2012 NFL Draft. Apparently, the Tennessee Titans were fond of him, too. Tennessee selected the former Michigan defensive tackle in the third round of last week’s draft. Martin’s YouTube account, GoMikeMartin, chronicled the defensive tackle’s draft party, and it includes its share of raw emotion. Watch the video now and see more all-access draft videos in this post.
What’s going on around the Big Ten football landscape today? BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart links you to Wednesday’s best Big Ten headlines in this post.
Several Big Ten teams took to the diamond Tuesday night for some non-conference action. Watch highlights of Michigan’s exciting nine-inning win over Eastern Michigan now and jump inside for more, including baseball wrap-ups from Illinois and Iowa.
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The 2012 NFL Draft draft just completed Saturday night, and many of the experts are already looking ahead to the 2013 class. See links to early 2013 mock drafts and much more in BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart’s latest daily links.
Five Big Ten teams land on ESPN’s College Football Live’s 2012 preseason top 25, and each will be featured on a segment of the show at 3:30 p.m. ET in the coming weeks. Ohio State’s turn came Monday (watch it here), while Nebraska and Wisconsin are up Thursday and Friday, respectively. See where the five teams are ranked in this post.