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It’s NBA draft day! Before things get underway at 7 p.m. ET, it’s time to take one last look at the experts’ updated mock drafts. Actually, before we do that, don’t forget that former Purdue standout and current Minnesota F Robbie Hummel will take over @BigTenNetwork during the draft. Have a question for Hummel? Use #AskRobbie! The mocks, as has been the case for the last few months, have three ex-Big Ten stars going in the first round. D’Angelo Russell (Ohio State) is a consensus top 5 pick, with a majority of the mocks predicting him to go No. 3
Louisville coach Rick Pitino offered a bold take on former Ohio State guard and NBA prospect D’Angelo Russell, a Louisville native, in a recent ESPN interview. [ VIDEO: Watch Rick Pitino talk D’Angelo Russell in ESPN interview ] “In the last 30 some odd years, outside of Magic Johnson, he’s the best passer I’ve seen come along in a long time,” Pitino said. “He’s a great basketball player, has great instincts, really understands the game very well. I love his game.” Click the link above to watch Pitino’s full take on Russell. Russell, a first-team AP All-American and the 2015
There’s offense, defense … and special teams, the often overlooked aspect of football. But, special teams can be the narrow difference between winning and losing. Here's a look at the Big Ten East units.
Ohio State wrestler Logan Stieber was named the Big Ten Jesse Owens Male Athlete of the Year and Maryland lacrosse standout Taylor Cummings was tabbed the Big Ten Female Athlete of the Year, the conference announced on Wednesday.
It should be another strong season for the Big Ten. Fresh off the conference's first national title since 2002, the Big Ten boasts a bevy of top-end talent. One look at Athlon Sports' All-America Team proves that.
Tuesday brought the second and final day of Fox Sports’ draft of the best players in college football. If you missed it Monday, Stewart Mandel and Bruce Feldman decided to draft mythical teams, consisting of 25 players (11 offensive starters, 11 defensive starters, backup quarterback, kicker & punter), and put the final rosters to a vote. Michigan State center Jack Allen and Ohio State safety Vonn Bell and guard Pat Elflein were taken on Day 2, after seven Big Ten players were selected on Day 1. This draft, from a Big Ten perspective, was all about Big Ten East powers
It’s long been expected that three Big Ten players will be selected in the first round of the 2015 NBA Draft, and that’s still the case two days before things become official Thursday night. Ohio State’s D’Angelo Russell and Wisconsin’s Sam Dekker and Frank Kaminsky all are sure-fire first-rounders, according to several of the experts’ latest mock drafts. In fact, Russell seems to be the unanimous No. 3 pick, while the Wisconsin duo is less certain. Don’t miss the draft at 7 p.m. ET on Thursday. Also, former Purdue standout and current Minnesota Timberwolves forward Robbi Hummel will take over
One doesn’t need to be a big college football fan to know that the Big Ten is home to some of the nation’s top stadiums. NFL.com’s recent ranking of college football’s best stadiums is more proof. Five Big Ten stadiums make the list, accounting for 33 percent of the countdown. Ohio Stadium leads the way at No. 5, while Michigan Stadium, Memorial Stadium (Nebraska), Beaver Stadium and Camp Randall Stadium also made the cut. The No. 1 stadium, according to NFL.com? That is the Rose Bowl, home of The Grandaddy of Them All. See what NFL.com has to say about
Don’t tell Stewart Mandel and Bruce Feldman that there’s still two-plus months before kickoff. The FOX Sports college football writers are busy conducting a fantasy draft to pick the best team to win this year’s College Football Playoff. Monday featured the draft’s first 25 selections, five of which came from reigning national champion Ohio State. Joey Bosa went No. 2, to Feldman, after Mandel selected Alabama DT A’Shawn Robinson, to pace four Buckeyes in the top 13; J.T. Barrett was taken with the 25th pick. Michigan State’s Shilique Calhoun (No. 17) and Connor Cook (No. 18) rounded out the Big