The 2015 Big Ten Football Media Days are set to take place on Thursday, July 30 and Friday, July 31 at the Hyatt Regency McCormickPlace in Chicago. This year, the format will be different from previous years, as seven teams will be featured on Thursday, and the other seven on Friday. Here’s how the days will be broken up: Thursday, July 30: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan State, Ohio State, Wisconsin Friday, July 31: Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Northwestern, Penn State, Purdue, Rutgers Today, the Big Ten will release the list of players at this year’s media day event. However, before
Take the interim tag off Michigan A.D. Jim Hackett. Hey, why would he want to leave just when things appear ready to get really good with Jim Harbaugh on board? Exactly. “I’ve got to get my arms around it, but I’m not there yet,” he said. “It’s working so why mess with it?” See? To help Hackett, the Wolverines added a former longtime major college athletic director in former Oregon State AD Bob De Carolis, who will be a senior advisor. Smart move. *** Speaking of Michigan … its recent deal with Nike will be the largest … in …
Football season is drawing nearer, and that means it's time for BTN.com's annual Big Ten football uniform poll. This year's No. 1? It's Michigan, one year after rival Ohio State staked claim to the top spot.
The Big Ten Conference announced on Wednesday that 781 students competing in intercollegiate athletics have earned the Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award. The list includes students from every institution and 38 different sports who have recorded a minimum grade-point average (GPA) of 3.7 or higher for the previous academic year. [ MORE: View the full list of distinguished scholars (PDF) ] The 2014-15 class of Distinguished Scholar Award recipients includes 119 students who maintained a perfect 4.0 GPA during the previous academic term. This group of honorees is pursuing diverse fields of study with a list of majors that include
Here is Sean Merriman's ideal shoe for every Big Ten basketball team. Did he miss a pair? Tweet him your ideal shoe picks, @BTNSean. He will add some of the top tweets to the list.
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 post shared 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.