The 10th stop on our annual summer trek across the Big Ten brought us to College Park, Maryland, where we watched the Terrapins scrimmage Saturday afternoon.
Saturday afternoon marked the 10th stop on our annual summer football tour across the Big Ten. [ MORE: 5 things Tom Dienhart learned | Maryland scrimmage notes ] Stop No. 10 of 14 had us visiting College Park, Maryland, on Saturday to watch Randy Edsall’s Terrapins scrimmage at Byrd Stadium. After the scrimmage, our bus hit the road, in order to watch Rutgers’ scrimmage Saturday night. Get host Dave Revsine, BTN analyst Gerry DiNardo and BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart’s tweets from the Maryland scrimmage below. @BTNDAVEREVSINE *** @GERRYDINARDO *** @BTNTOMDIENHART
Rutgers begins its second season in the Big Ten. But, some big issues hang over Kyle Flood’s program. The team is breaking in a new quarterback. How will that go? There also is a new offensive coordinator. And the secondary is being re-worked. Here are three things I will be watching at Rutgers practice. 1. What is the offensive identity? Rutgers is on its sixth offensive coordinator in six years, with Ben McDaniels now pushing the buttons on the offense. Don’t expect a radical difference, as the Scarlet Knights figure to be built around the run to help buffer the
College football is fast approaching. Can you smell it in the air? To get ready for the season, Sean Merriman took a look at the best Big Ten player born in every state.
Maryland’s debut in the Big Ten was mixed. There were wins vs. Iowa, Penn State and Michigan and a bowl trip but a late-season meltdown marred a 7-6 season. Hope floats in College Park, as Randy Edsall may have his best team yet as he begins his fifth season on campus. Here are three things I will be watching at Terrapins’ practice. 1. How does the o-line look? This unit has been underperforming since Randy Edsall has been in charge. A lack of depth and talent have been issues. But, the unit looks to be well-stocked. And there is some
The BTN bus has left Penn State practice, and now it’s time to share some nuggets I gathered from watching the Nittany Lions on Thursday and Friday.
Friday marked the ninth stop on our annual summer football tour across the Big Ten. [ MORE: 5 things Tom Dienhart learned | Fun notes from PSU practice ] Stop No. 9 of 14 had us visiting State College, Pennsylvania, on Thursday and Friday to watch James Franklin’s second Nittany Lions team. As expected, the offensive line, which surrendered 44 sacks last season, was the area our analysts monitored the most, evidenced by their practice tweets. Get BTN analyst Gerry DiNardo, BTN host Dave Revsine and BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart’s tweets from the practices below. @GERRYDINARDO *** @BTNDAVEREVSINE ***
The ninth stop on our annual summer trek across the Big Ten brought us to State College, Pennsylvania, where we watched the Nittany Lions practice Thursday and Friday.
Looking for a reason to give Periscope a try? [ MORE: Visit our summer football tour page ] Our team on board the Big Ten Network summer bus tour is providing a live stream from every training camp stop, save for Michigan. The live streams have included several one-on-one interviews and a couple all-access tours, including the Shilique Calhoun one in the video above. We’ve posted the other seven Periscope streams in the tweets below. Find us on Periscope at bigtennetwork.
Our countdown to kickoff series continues, and today it’s all about Big Ten West most exciting players. [ MORE: Top non-conference game | Top under-the-radar game | East must-see game | West must-see game | East most underrated player | West most underrated player | East surprise team | West surprise team | East breakout player | West breakout player | East most exciting player ] This is a fun category, to be sure, because the Big Ten is blessed with a bevy of players who can drop jaws and be regulars on the highlight reels. Who is your leading