Nebraska led the way with 10 signings on Wednesday. Ohio State and Illinois each inked five players. Every school signed at least one player on Wednesday expect for Minnesota, which inked none.
Stop me if you’ve heard this before: Ohio State has the top recruiting class in the Big Ten. It’s the seventh consecutive year the Buckeyes have sat on top of the Big Ten recruiting board, which just happens to parallel the arrival of Urban Meyer in Columbus.
The official list of the 2018 NFL Combine has been released, and 50 former Big Ten stars received an invitation. Big Ten champ Ohio State leads the Big Ten with 11 representatives, followed by Penn State (8) and Wisconsin (6), and 12 of the conference's teams have at least one representative.
Michigan State has named Bill Beekman as interim athletic director, the school and interim president John Engler announced Monday. Beekman, who recently served as acting president at Michigan State, will remain vice president and secretary of the Board of Trustees, a title he's held since 2008.
Several former Big Ten stars shined in Super Bowl LII on Sunday night in Minneapolis. Corey Clement (Wisconsin) and Brandon Graham (Michigan) had big nights to lead Philadelphia to its first Super Bowl crown. See how all one-time Big Ten stars performed inside.
How the Buckeyes' have remained conference champs for 6 straight years.
The deadline for underclassmen to declare for the NFL draft has passed, as a record 106 players have been granted special early eligibility for the 2018 draft. The previous record for early entrants was 98 in the 2014 draft.
Wisconsin loses some key players, including DE Chikwe Obasih, OLB Leon Jacobs, DE Conor Sheehy, LB Jack Cichy (turned pro), S Joe Ferguson and CB Derrick Tindal. Here are the top five players the Badgers must replace.
The building process continued for Chris Ash in his second season at Rutgers. No doubt, progress was made in 2017, as the Scarlet Knights improved from 2-10 (0-9 in the Big Ten) in 2016 to 4-8 overall (3-6 Big Ten) last season.
Some have described the debut of Jeff Brohm at Purdue as “storybook.” Consider: Brohm walked into a train wreck of a program that had won a total of nine games under the previous regime. And he squeezed out a 7-6 record that included the school’s first bowl appearance since the 2012 season.