Bowl season is over, and now it's time to consider the Big Ten's biggest stars from a statement-making 6-5 postseason. See Tom Dienhart's All-Big Ten postseason team inside.
Maxx Williams! #SCTop10 In the play of the day thus far, Williams hurdles 2 defenders on this 54-yd TD http://t.co/EjdpMV4ARZ #CitrusBowl — ESPN CollegeFootball (@ESPNCFB) January 1, 2015 What’s better than one hurdle? Two hurdles, of course! Minnesota TE Maxx Williams made yet another highlight play in Thursday afternoon’s Citrus Bowl vs. Missouri. This time, instead of making a head-turning sideline grab, he took the pass from Mitch Leidner and hurdled twice, over two Tigers defenders, on his way to the end zone. The play was so nice it earned one of ESPN play-by-play man Mike Patrick’s “Holy Cow!” calls. Holy cow,
A good hurdle is certain to get fans out of their seats. Maxx Williams had Minnesota fans jumping out of their seats in Thursday night's opener.
Spring football is nearing a close. There are three more spring games Saturday (Iowa, Michigan State, Rutgers), and that will mark the end of the Big Ten’s spring season. With most eyes already on the 2014 season, I decided to rank my top five offensive players (I took some liberties with that number) who should be receiving more attention entering the season. 1. Indiana quarterbacks. Whether it’s Tre Roberson or Nate Sudfeld, or a mixture of the two, under center, the Hoosiers figure to feature the Big Ten’s elite offense. The two signal-callers combined for 3,651 passing yards, 36 TD