Stewart Mandel released his way-too-early top 25 college football poll earlier this month, and now it’s time for another respected FOX Sports personality to do so. Bruce Feldman shared his list Monday, and, like Mandel, he has Iowa, Michigan, Michigan State and Ohio State included. Both put Michigan and Ohio State at No. 5 and No. 9, respectively. They disagree on Iowa and Michigan State, though, with Feldman placing Iowa at No. 14. See where Feldman ranks the Big Ten teams, plus get a portion of his team-by-team analysis, below. 5. Michigan: Jim Harbaugh won 10 games in his debut
Six Big Ten softball teams made the NCAA tournament, it was announced late Sunday night. [ MORE: View the official interactive NCAA bracket ] Big Ten regular season champ Michigan highlights the Big Ten participants, earning the No. 2 national seed and hosting the Ann Arbor Regional. Illinois, Big Ten tournament champ Minnesota, Nebraska, Northwestern and Ohio State round out the Big Ten contingent. See how Big Ten teams celebrated the good news in the tweets below. WE'RE IN!!!!!!! #Illini #D1softball #RoadtoWCWS pic.twitter.com/erfbqwt7N5 — Illini Softball (@IlliniSB) May 16, 2016 Wolverines will host Valpo, Notre Dame, Miami (OH) in the
Congratulations to @OhioState_WROW once again for winning the #B1GRowing Championship! pic.twitter.com/yKKzRcY6wJ — Big Ten Champs (@bigtenchamps) May 15, 2016 Ohio State won its fourth consecutive Big Ten title, and seventh overall, at the 2016 Big Ten Rowing Championships at Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis on Sunday. The Buckeyes recorded 174 team points on the strength of four first-place finishes. Ohio State tallied wins in the first varsity eight, second varsity eight, first varsity four and third varsity four races. Wisconsin followed in second place with 159 points, while Michigan finished third with 154 points. Complete team results and the All-Big
Every spring since Urban Meyer took over, the team that loses the spring game is tasked with mulching the program's proud Buckeye Grove, which features nearly 200 trees, one for every Ohio State first-team All-American.
Your eyes do not deceive you. Yes, that is a smiling Urban Meyer and Jim Harbaugh together, in a selfie taken by ESPN personality Chris Fowler. These are the kind of things that happen when the stars come together for a good cause. Meyer and Harbaugh, in addition to several other A-list personalities, were in attendance for Dick Vitale’s event for pediatric cancer research Friday night. This is excellent. Thank you for sharing, Chris!
Ohio State and Urban Meyer won’t lack for motivation in 2016. The program failed to repeat as national champs in a largely unfulfilling season as the Buckeyes didn’t even win the Big Ten East despite having a roster loaded with 12 NFL draft picks. Now, Meyer faces some big challenges next season as he looks to get back on top in the Big Ten.
This morning, 12 of the Big Ten softball coaches held a Big Ten softball tournament teleconference with reporters from around the country. We posted the audio for each segment of the call here.
The Big Ten office announced the kickoff times for 2016 homecoming games Wednesday morning. See your team’s homecoming time, date and opponent below. ILLINOIS vs. Minnesota, noon ET Oct. 29 INDIANA vs. Nebraska, 3:30 p.m. ET, Oct. 15 IOWA vs. Northwestern, noon ET Oct. 1 MARYLAND vs. Purdue, 3:30 p.m. ET Oct. 1 MICHIGAN vs. Illinois, 3:30 p.m. ET, Oct. 22 MICHIGAN STATE vs. Northwestern, 3:30 p.m. ET Oct. 15 MINNESOTA vs. Rutgers, noon ET Oct. 22 NEBRASKA vs. Illinois, 3:30 p.m. ET Oct. 1 NORTHWESTERN vs. Indiana, noon ET Oct. 22 OHIO STATE vs. Rutgers, noon ET Oct. 1
Why use two arms when you only need one… 😳💪 (via @BR_TheFuture)https://t.co/fxfX0W4uWO — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) May 10, 2016 Ohio State fans will want to see what one of its 2017 five-star commits can do in the weight room. Josh Myers, a 6-foot-3, 306-pound offensive lineman out of Miamisburg, Ohio, recently power snatched 155 pounds … with one hand. Like most weight room feats, no one really knows how this translates to the gridiron; regardless, it’s beyond impressive, especially for a guy who hasn’t entered his senior year or had the luxury of working with a Division I strength and
With spring practice in the books across the country, we continue to inch (slowly, mind you) closer toward the 2016 college football season. [ MORE: Follow @slmandel on Twitter ] It’s still three-plus months away, if you’re wondering, but you wouldn’t know it by the way-too-early top 25 polls, which actually started to come out immediately following the national championship game. Anyway, FOXSports.com’s Stewart Mandel released his early top 25 Monday, and it includes four Big Ten teams. Check out where Mandel places the Big Ten and get one sentence of his analysis below. 5. Michigan – Jim Harbaugh’s second