With 2015 NFL Draft behind us, I decided to take a look back at the previous 10 drafts and select a best and worst pick for each Big Ten team, including Maryland and Rutgers. See my picks inside.
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No one would argue that having NFL talent will surely help a college team be successful. Ohio State is proof of that. The Buckeyes, winners of at least a share of six of the last 10 Big Ten titles, annually are in the mix for the Big Ten’s most NFL draft picks.
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Thirty-five Big Ten players achieved their dream of being selected in the 2015 NFL Draft, and a majority of them reacted to hearing their names called on Twitter.
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Like fun facts? Well, we have one 2015 NFL Draft factoid for every Big Ten football team. See all 14 facts inside.
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The dust has settled on the 2015 NFL draft, but many good Big Ten players never heard their names called. In fact, you could build a pretty good team with the undrafted players.
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Kirk Ferentz is the dean of Big Ten coaches as he enters his 17th season at the helm at Iowa. But the program finds itself at a bit of crossroads. Check out our Q&A with the Iowa coach inside.