Rutgers is ready to turn the page on a 2013 season that began with the promise of a 4-1 start but melted into a 6-7 finish. The program seemingly has been energized by its maiden Big Ten voyage. Great possibilities loom—as do challenges. Is this roster up to the challenge? Kyle Flood has some talent to work with.
The Spartans put a bow on spring drills on Saturday. And, this team looks good. Yes, it has some areas to shore up, like defensive tackle and the offensive lines. Still, there is a lot to like. So much so that there is … national championship talk? Yes, your ears aren’t deceiving you.
It’s Monday, and that means it’s time to take a look back at BTN.com’s top 10 most-read stories of the week that was. See all 10 stories, plus our top video, in this post.
The Big Ten lost a lot of talent at receiver, including, but not limited to, Jared Abbrederis, Corey Brown, Quincy Enunwa, Jeremy Gallon, Cody Latimer and Allen Robinson. With all of that top-flight production gone, which receiver will have the best 2014 season? See BTN.com’s Sean Merriman and Brent Yarina’s predictions in this post.
Rutgers completed its spring drills with the Scarlet & White Spring Game on Saturday afternoon. Now, the next time you see Rutgers take the field, it will be as a member of the Big Ten. The Scarlet Knight, along with Maryland, become an official member July 1. Hear Flood’s post-spring impressions in this post.
Iowa held its annual spring game Saturday afternoon. The Hawkeyes, fresh off an 8-5 season, will enter the 2014 season as one of the favorites to challenge for the inaugural West Division crown. Hear from Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz and get Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith’s analysis of the Hawkeyes spring and 2014 outlook in this post.