Every school needs them. They are breakout players. They may come out of nowhere to become key contributors this fall. Or, expectations may be big for these “breakout” players.
Ohio State had a banner 2014-15 season, no doubt about it. In fact, the Buckeyes won five of the Big Ten’s single-season record 10 national titles, it all beginning with the football team’s memorable run to its first national crown since 2002. Wrestling, pistol, synchronized swimming and rowing followed suit, the latter becoming the first to three-peat in the sport’s history. The Buckeyes had some success on the hardwood, too, as the men made their seventh consecutive NCAA tourney and D’Angelo Russell was the No. 2 pick in the 2015 NBA Draft, and the women bounced back to make the
Ohio State uniform concept on Ezekiel Elliot! RATE 1-10 and COMMENT REQUESTS! #OhioState #Ohio #State #Buckeyes #OhioStateBuckeyes #Football #Champions #NationsBest #Shoutout A photo posted by Concept Uniforms (@next_gen_uniforms) on Jul 7, 2015 at 8:24am PDT When thinking of the most traditional uniforms in college football, it’s hard not to include Ohio State in the mix. The classic scarlet and gray tops with the buckeye helmet is one of the most recognizable looks throughout the nation. Well, the folks over at Next Gen Uniforms gave that classic look a bit of a twist. Next Gen Uniform’s Instagram account, next_gen_uniforms, recently posted
It’s July, and hopes run high across the fruited plain of the Big Ten. The possibilities seem endless from Lincoln to Piscataway. Now is the time to dream big.
The NCAA released its latest women’s basketball attendance data on Monday, with the Big Ten setting a conference record of 948,935 fans in attendance.
Our friends over at Collegespun.com recently released an article of the 10 best Ohio State cakes on Pinterest. There are a number of creative cakes featured in the post, ranging from birthdays to weddings to baby showers. This got me thinking: If Ohio State has so many creative cake designs on Pinterest, every Big Ten school probably has some type of extravagant food creations on the popular social media platform. So, I searched all 14 Big Ten schools and picked my favorite food creation for all 14 schools. Here we go. ILLINOIS: 146 birthday cupcakes – University of Illinois INDIANA:
It is no secret, Big Ten fans love their basketball. Here’s the latest proof: The Big Ten Conference led the nation in attendance (3,195,137) during the 2014-15 season, according to data released Monday by the NCAA. For some perspective, the total is the second-highest number in history, trailing the 16-team Big East Conference’s 3,259,992 in 2006-07. Four Big Ten teams finished in the top 10 of all-games attendance, paced by Big Ten champion and national runner-up Wisconsin, which finished second (711,115 fans) behind Kentucky (845,594), which was chasing a perfect season until the Badgers topped the Wildcats in the national
To commemorate this Independence Day, BTN LiveBIG is looking back on some of the incredible stories we’ve shared recently. Read the articles below to learn more about the interesting, important work that your fellow Americans (and Big Ten students, alums and faculty) are doing. Rutgers students put in long-term effort to help Jersey Shore recover from Hurricane Sandy Northwestern alumnus launches start-up business incubator for veteran entrepreneurs Michigan State alumna shows perseverance as she breaks a swimming record and beats breast cancer Penn State grad and Marine vet intends to make his mark in journalism Illini Paralympian Josh George rises above
Throughout the year, members of the Buckeye Nation hit the road to have fun, soak up different cultures and serve communities around the world. But no matter where they go, they’re never far from O-H-I-O. On its website, The Ohio State University compiles photos of students, alums, faculty and fans showing school spirit by doing the famous cheer from Disney World to Düsseldorf. The LiveBIG team picked out some of our favorite recent ones from that collection, and we’re sharing them with BTN readers. Engineering students Cameron Duffner (“H”) and Charlie Goettler (front row, right), worked on a project to keep insulin
The Ohio State University Marching Band will lift off next fall for a trip to London, taking its groundbreaking field performances abroad for the first time on Sunday, Oct. 25.