Tom Dienhart was in attendance for Iowa's first-ever spring game under the lights at Kinnick Stadium, and he came away with five key observations.
Several pieces of Penn State's core of defending Big Ten champions are sticking around in State College, but you'll see some new Nittany Lions in the NFL next year, as well. We have footage from "The Journey" on a couple of them.
Michigan State announced Friday that defensive end Auston Robertson has been dismissed from the football program after being charged with third-degree criminal sexual conduct.
Penn State has been a pipeline to the pros over the years, so Tom Dienhart took a look at the Nittany Lions' 10-year NFL Draft snapshot.
BTN's Tom Dienhart talks spring football with Hawkeyes head coach Kirk Ferentz. Iowa Spring Football airs on BTN/BTN2Go Friday at 9:30 p.m. ET.
Iowa has steadily deposited talent each in the NFL over the years, and we'll see more Hawkeyes playing on Sundays next season. Here's draft tape on a couple of them.
Last year's NFL Draft class out of Ohio State was record-setting, and they've sent a ton of talent to the League over the years. Here's a snapshot of the Buckeye's last decade of NFL Draft classes.
You can go home again. Paul Chryst is proving that. The Wisconsin coach left the head coaching job at Pitt (three-year record of 19-19 with three bowls) and returned to his alma mater and hometown for the 2015 season. And, Chryst has been a smashing success.
The Big Ten will wrap up its spring games the next few days, with Iowa and Wisconsin playing on Friday and Maryland, Rutgers and Penn State conducting their games on Saturday. Here is one big thing to keep an eye on in each of the five spring games.
While Northwestern has been to seven bowls in the last 10 years, it has had only nine NFL draft picks in that span. In fact, since 2007, Northwestern has failed to have a draft pick five times: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2013 and 2014.