Former Wisconsin linebacker and 2013 Big Ten DPOY Chris Borland announced Monday that he is retiring from the NFL over concerns about head trauma. See tweets about his decision inside.
I usually don't tweet things like this, so forgive me but this is just really too funny not to! haha #ImDone pic.twitter.com/Muk5ZcVYzd — Boss Tagaloa (@_BT75) March 14, 2015 Spring is here, and that means high school students are busy coming up with creative ways to ask classmates to prom. It’s also a time for college coaches to make a good impression on future recruits. New Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh knows this, so much so that he copied a recruit’s prom proposal sign and turned it into a fun recruiting tool. The recruit is Boss Tagaloa, a four-star defensive tackle
Michigan offensive lineman Jack Miller is passing up his final season of eligibility. A team spokesman says Miller wants to focus on his studies and pursue business opportunities.
In Wednesday's Big Ten links, we touch on the Big Ten men's tournament. Plus, Tom Dienhart has a few spring football stories to catch up on, too. Dive, read, click and enjoy.
Our Nebraska Cornhusker Helmet Concepts #football #GBR pic.twitter.com/ZhBvyXeng9 — Big Red Nation (@NebBigRedNation) March 9, 2015 Alternate uniforms and concept helmets… You either love them or hate them. Well, the staff over at bigrednation.com had some fun and created four different Nebraska helmet concepts. Check them out in the photo above. Two of the helmet designs feature a “Blackshirts” theme, while another one is a red and white look with an all-red facemask. Remember, these are concept designs, meaning Nebraska won’t actually be wearing them. However, if the Huskers did wear something like this, there’s no question the fans would
We know the Ohio State football team can play football really well. But can the national champs dance? The Buckeyes showed off their moves with the dance team at halftime of the Ohio State men’s basketball season finale vs. Wisconsin on Sunday afternoon. Whether they can dance or not, well, just check out the video above. One thing’s for sure: Ezekiel Elliott won’t be wearing his cropped jersey in 2015, per a new NCAA rule. ALL THE RIGHT MOVES on & off the field! 2014 National Champion #Buckeyes perform w/ @OhioStateDT #GoBucks http://t.co/jQLgPXmF0A — Ohio State Buckeyes (@OhioStAthletics) March 9,
Jim Harbaugh is a busy guy. Between coaching football and tweeting Judge Judy, the new Michigan football coach is staying busy.
March Madness is here, but Ohio State college football fans haven't forgotten the Buckeyes' memorable national championship run.
The Big Ten saw three schools make coaching changes after last season, with Michigan, Wisconsin and Nebraska all bringing in new leaders. But other schools didn’t stand pat, making significant changes to their staffs. Here’s a look at the six key coaching changes made on existing staffs after 2014. 1. Ohio State: Tim Beck, co-offensive coordinator: When offensive coordinator Tom Herman took the Houston job, Urban Meyer scored a home run when he landed this former Nebraska play-caller. Beck is a Youngstown, Ohio, native who is well-connected in Ohio and Texas recruiting circles. And he’s smart. Beck will double as
So, @RandyGregory_4 knocked the #SportsScience tackling dummy's head off. Never been done before. pic.twitter.com/1EdjiqPoUw — Rand Getlin (@Rand_Getlin) March 5, 2015 It is no secret that former Nebraska standout Randy Gregory is a hard hitter. The 6-6, 235 pound DE/LE prospect is projected to be a top 10 selection in the upcoming NFL Draft. But what he did during a recent shoot of ESPN’s Sports Science is truly incredible. During a test on the show, Gregory hit the tackling dummy with such force that he knocked the dummy’s head off, which has never been done before. At this year’s NFL