Soon enough, it will be 2015. Before we officially flip the calendar, I wanted to take a look back at the top 2014 moments in Big Ten football and basketball.
NEW ORLEANS – Everyone is saying the right things. Cardale Jones will be ready. Cardale Jones is working hard. Cardale Jones is on top of his game. And on it went from most any player with a microphone or tape recorder shoved in their face during media day at the Sugar Bowl when asked about the readiness of the Ohio State quarterback, who has exactly one career start under his belt as he preps to stare down mighty Alabama for a spot in the national championship game. “He has taken every rep, with the ones and twos,” said offensive tackle
Big Ten fans were treated to several outstanding individual performances in 2014. But now we ask, who had the top individual 2014 seasons?
Forget everything you have heard from coaches over the years about “defenses winning championships and big games.” The Sugar Bowl might be about the offenses.
With the year coming to a close, it's time to take a look back at the Big Ten's top teams of 2014. See Tom Dienhart's top 5 list inside.
Four Big Ten bowl games down, the Big Ten is 2-2. How are the Big Ten's remaining six bowl teams killing time before kickoff, you ask?
Opportunity. It’s all any team wants. The chance to show it can do the job. The chance to show it can be the best. That’s what awaits Ohio State.
With the New Year approaching, Tom Dienhart shares his top freshmen of 2014. Check out his complete top 5 list inside.
A new Disney ad was created involving mascots and super fans from the four College Football Playoff teams. Check it out inside!
Believe it or not, 2015 is almost here. With that in mind, it’s time to take a look at one guy’s top 5 football/basketball surprises of 2014. See my top 5 below. 1. J.T. Barrett, Ohio State. Nobody expected this after Braxton Miller went down with a season-ending shoulder injury. How could a freshman – even a redshirt freshman – replace the two-time reigning Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year? As crazy as it sounds, Barrett more than replaced Miller, leading the Big Ten in QB rating (169.8), touchdown passes (34) and total touchdowns accounted for (45) on his