Ten former Big Ten standouts, not including Nebraska’s Ndamukong Suh, were named to the 2015 NFL Pro Bowl, which will be played Jan. 25, 2015 at the University of Phoenix Stadium. New England quarterback Tom Brady (Michigan) and Houston defensive end J.J. Watt (Houston) highlight the Big Ten representatives. See the full list below. [ MORE: NFL.com looks at Pro Bowl offensive players | And defense ] ILLINOIS Vontae Davis, CB, Indianapolis IOWA Marshal Yanda, OG, Baltimore MICHIGAN Tom Brady, QB, New England MICHIGAN STATE Le’Veon Bell, RB, Pittsburgh NEBRASKA Ndamukong Suh, DT, Detroit* OHIO STATE Nick Mangold, C, New
Don’t know about you, but I’m always a fan of FOX columnist Bruce Feldman’s “Freaks” lists. [ MORE: View our bowl schedule | Polls: Pick your winners! ] With bowl season underway, Feldman has posted his top 10 Freaks you must watch during bowl season. The list includes two Big Ten players, headlined by Iowa offensive tackle Brandon Scherff at No. 2. No surprise there. He did do this earlier this year. The other Big Ten player? Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa, right? Nope! It’s Ohio State tight end Jeff Heuerman, who comes in at No. 9. Here’s a
Highly respected Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi appears to be getting his shot. According to reports, Narduzzi will be named Pitt head coach.
It's Jim Harbaugh's birthday, and the Michigan football Twitter account (@umichfootball) sent birthday wishes to the former Wolverine.
What was Michigan State's high and low point in 2014? What about its offensive and defensive MVP? Get Tom Dienhart's 2014 Michigan State season review inside.
What was Maryland's high and low point in 2014? What about its offensive and defensive MVP? Get Tom Dienhart's 2014 Maryland season review inside.
We were asked by the execs at BTN.com to pick a winner for each Big Ten bowl game. Make your picks, too! But, my confidence in each pick wasn’t the same. Some picks I felt VERY confident about. Others, not so much so. [ MORE: Top plays | Most Improved Players | MVPs | Players to watch ] So, here are my Big Ten bowl winners from a confidence standpoint, with “10” being most confident and “1” being the least. 10. Alabama over Ohio State. Can a third-string QB really beat a Nick Saban-coached team that will have had almost
The penultimate week of the 2014 NFL regular season featured plenty of highlights for former Big Ten stars. See some of the best plays inside.
What was Iowa's high and low point in 2014? What about its offensive and defensive MVP? Get Tom Dienhart's 2014 Iowa season review inside.
Nationalchamps.net has released its 2015 College Football Top 25 Preview, the site’s annual early look at where teams will be ranked in the preseason polls. Big Ten champ and inaugural playoff participant Ohio State paces the Big Ten at No. 4, behind No. 1 TCU, No. 2 Oregon and No. 3 Florida State. Alabama rounds out the top 5. Only two other Big Ten teams make the top 25: Michigan State (No. 8) and Wisconsin (No. 21). See the site’s full preseason top 25. Don’t get too upset if your team didn’t make the list. That doesn’t mean it won’t