Latest Big Ten Transfers News

Indiana QB Tre Roberson announces he will transfer

Well, this comes as a surprise: Indiana QB Tre Roberson announced Wednesday that he will transfer. Roberson, who threw six touchdown passes in the 2013 finale vs. Purdue, and Nate Sudfeld were expected to share time again in 2014. Last fall, Roberson, the dual-threat option, threw for 1,128 yards and 15 touchdowns and ran for 423 yards and five scores.

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Iowa senior safety Nico Law will transfer

Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz confirmed Wednesday that defensive back Nico Law will transfer. Law, a native of Clinton, Maryland, has played three seasons for the Hawkeyes. He saw limited action in all 13 games in 2013, recording four solo tackles and one assist.

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Spartans add West Virginia transfer Eron Harris

High-scoring guard Eron Harris is transferring to Michigan State from West Virginia.

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OSU adds Virginia Tech transfer Trevor Thompson

Welcome to Ohio State, Trevor Thompson. A 6-11 forward from Indianapolis, Thompson, who played his freshman season at Virginia Tech, has announced he will transfer to Ohio State. He chose the Buckeyes over a pair of other Big Ten schools — Indiana and Purdue.

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Report: OSU adds Temple transfer Anthony Lee

According to a report, Temple’s Anthony Lee will transfer to Ohio State.

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Big Ten roster updates: Who's on the move?

The college basketball season is coming to a close and the NBA draft is fast approaching. As is this case every year around this time, Big Ten players are busy announcing their future plans, whether it be a jump to the pros or a transfer. Get caught up on all the decisions in this post.

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Purdue sophomore PG Ronnie Johnson to transfer

What had been speculated soon after the final buzzer sounded on another disappointing season for Purdue has become reality: Ronnie Johnson will transfer. Official word came from Purdue coach Matt Painter on Saturday.

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Here's a look at past Big Ten-to-Big Ten transfers

With news of former Minnesota quarterback Philip Nelson transferring to future Big Ten member Rutgers, we decided to take a look back at some of the conference’s other Big Ten-to-Big Ten transfers. Check out our list in this post. Are we missing someone? Let us know in the comment box at the bottom of the post.

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Reports: Philip Nelson to transfer to Rutgers

Turns out, Philip Nelson is going to stay in the Big Ten. News has broken that the disgruntled Minnesota quarterback is transferring to Rutgers, which officially will join the Big Ten for the 2014 football season. He’ll sit out next season and have two years of eligibility beginning in 2015.

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Brandon Paul's brother, Darius, transfers to Illinois

Darius Paul, the younger brother of Illini product Brandon Paul, tweeted late Saturday night that he is transferring to Illinois. Paul, who must sit out the 2013-14 season due to NCAA transfer rules, averaged 10.4 points and 5.7 rebounds as a freshman at Western Michigan.

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Maurice Creek to transfer for final season of eligibility

Tom Crean announced Wednesday that Maurice Creek, who graduates next week, will not play for the Hoosiers next season. Creek will look to play his final season immediately at another school and begin work on a graduate degree.

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Abell to transfer from Indiana

Even with Cody Zeller and Victor Oladipo turning pro early earlier this week, Indiana coach Tom Crean faced a scholarship crunch. Someone had to leave to open up a scholarship, as the Hoosiers had 14 players and just 13 scholarships even with Zeller and Oladipo gone early. Well, a spot opened with Indiana announcing tonight that sophomore guard Remy Abell will transfer in pursuit of more playing time.

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Drake G Rice transferring to Illinois

Illinois announced Tuesday that Drake’s Rayvonte Rice has signed a tender of financial aid and will transfer to Illinois following the completion of the spring semester.

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