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12:00 PMThe Big Ten's Greatest Games: Football: 2000 Rose Bowl - Wisconsin vs. Stanford
Ron Dayne runs for 200 yards and a touchdown on 34 carries to help lead the Badgers to their second Rose Bowl victory in a row.
2:00 PMThe Big Ten's Greatest Games: Football: 2008 Michigan at Purdue
Justin Siller passed for three touchdowns and ran for another in his first career start, and Greg Orton lateraled to Desmond Tardy after a catch for the final score with 26 seconds left in the Boilermakers' 48-42 victory over Michigan
4:00 PMThe Big Ten's Greatest Games: Football: 2005 Wisconsin at Northwestern
Northwestern Freshman Tyrell Sutton piled up 244 yards rushing with touchdown runs of 62, 14, and 1 yard. Wildcats Quarterback Brett Basanez completed 72% of his passes to 8 different targets for 361 yards and 3 touchdowns.
Eat, sleep, breathe, fantasy football. That seems to be the order of life necessities for the average football fan at this time of the year. I admittingly fall into that category at times throughout the NFL season.
After three days and hundreds of emails, our Big Ten writers’ 2012 Big Ten mock draft is in the books. Here’s how this worked: writers from all 12 Big Ten teams conducted the six-round draft, picking a QB, WR, RB, TE, Defensive player and K. Check out the Round 5 and Round 6 selections in this post. And you can find all six rounds here.
Our Big Ten writers’ 2012 Big Ten mock draft is gaining steam and through Round 4. Relive all the Round 1 selections and Round 2 picks. Here’s how this works: writers from all 12 Big Ten teams partake in the six-round draft, picking a QB, WR, RB, TE, Defensive player and K. Check out all the Round 3 and Round 4 selections in this post.
Our Big Ten writers’ 2012 Big Ten mock draft makes its way to Round 2. You can view Round 1 selections here. Here’s how this works: writers from all 12 Big Ten teams conduct the six-round draft, picking a QB, WR, RB, TE, Defensive player and K. We’re doing this because we thought it would provide a fun new way to showcase the Big Ten’s top statistical performers throughout the season. Plus, we hope it gets Big Ten fans debating the picks.
Everyone, it seems, enjoys mock drafts. And it’s easy to see why. Not only do they create interest and offer predictions, but they often elicit passionate responses. You know the complaints and arguments: that guy’s too high, this guy’s better than that guy, etc. Well, we thought it would be fun to do a 2012 Big Ten football mock draft. How does it work? We invited a writer from all 12 Big Ten teams to conduct the six-round draft, consisting of QB, WR, RB, TE, Defensive player and K.