The Maryland Terrapins rebounded from a losing season to earn a bowl bid, but the Terrapins will have to move forward without these players, the five biggest losses from the 2016 squad.
Monday was the deadline for players to declare their intentions for the 2017 NFL Draft. And the Big Ten saw 16 players declare. Seven of the 14 schools saw a player declare: Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Northwestern, Penn State and Wisconsin.
Le'Veon Bell was back at it Sunday night. One week after setting the Pittsburgh single-game postseason yards rushing record (167 yards), Bell bested his own mark (170) en route to helping the Steelers top Kansas City, 18-16, and advance to the AFC championship game.
The New England secondary has a Rutgers feel to it, to be sure. In Saturday's playoff win it was even more so, as Duron Harmon, Devin McCourty and Logan Ryan all intercepted one pass.
First, Dave Aranda left last year to run LSU’s defense. Now, Justin Wilcox is on the move to become Cal's new head coach. Such is life for a successful Wisconsin program led by Paul Chryst.
With progress comes change. At least that’s how the old adage goes. And there have been many changes on coaching staffs in the Big Ten since the end of last season. BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart takes a look at the biggest and potentially most impactful additions to coaching staffs inside.
These five Iowa football names won't be with the team come next fall. Tom Dienhart outlines the impact and who will replace them as we all look ahead to spring football.
There has been lots of change at Indiana since the Hoosiers won the Old Oaken Bucket for a fourth time in a row, as Kevin Wilson is out as coach and now is the OC at Ohio State. In his place, Indiana promoted defensive coordinator Tom Allen, who has never has been a head coach.
Nebraska head football coach Mike Riley issued a statement regarding changes to his football staff, including the departure of defensive coordinator Mark Banker.
Say “hello” to the Pacific Pro Football. What is that, you say? It’s a new professional league that will launch in 2018. Its intent: To develop players, not compete with the NFL. The great Dan Wetzel of Yahoo! detailed the fledgling league.