Decades ago, before there were collective bargaining agreements, television rights mega-deals and a galaxy of corporate sponsorships, players in the National Football League worked in other vocations during the offseason. Auto dealerships, real estate offices, corporate jobs — they went wherever they could leverage name recognition (even just a little bit) and make a buck for the half a year they weren’t playing football. And if they were lucky, those part-time gigs turned into full-time jobs when their playing days ended. Most NFL players now earn sizeable salaries, relatively speaking, both in comparison to their pro football forebears and today’s
Former Ohio State running back Raymont Harris found an SEC toughest conference t-shirt on deep discount in New Orleans.
Cardale Jones has had plenty of motivation in his first two career starts. He'll have even more vs. Oregon, as he tweeted that his uncle has less than two weeks to live.
The calendar has flipped to January, and that means it's time for the NFL playoffs. See some of the Big Ten's top Wild Card highlights in this post.
Stuart Scott, a longtime SportsCenter anchor, died Sunday morning after a lengthy battle with cancer. He was 49.
Few pictures will please Ohio State fans more than the one former Buckeyes WR Joey Galloway recently posted on Twitter.
Baylor kicker Chris Callahan is a topic on social media again, and, yes, it has to do with the brutal hit that he took in Thursday's Cotton Bowl.
A new Disney commercial shows Brutus Buckeye and the Oregon Duck waiting to find out who's going to Walt Disney World.
Harbaugh has been on Twitter maybe 24 hours & already has 105k, making him 2nd most followed B1G coach, Meyer is 1st. pic.twitter.com/cTuncVqTSF — Taylor Rooks (@TaylorRooks) January 3, 2015 Michigan owns college football’s most popular Twitter handle (@umichfootball), in terms of followers (257K). Its new coach isn’t far behind. Jim Harbaugh (@CoachJim4UM) rejoined Twitter on Friday, and he already has 126K followers, and counting, as of 2:30 p.m. ET Sunday. For what it’s worth, he had 106K at the same time Saturday afternoon. That’s impressive. So much so, that he’s already No. 2 among Big Ten football coaches on
How did Big Ten fans and the BTN.com team do with their Big Ten bowl game predictions? Hint: No one did better than guest picker Bruce Feldman.