Jeff Brohm’s office is a work in progress. Please forgive him. He has unpacked. But everything isn’t in its place just yet. And, that’s OK. Brohm has had much more important things to do since becoming Purdue coach in early December. He has a football program to build.
BTN.com Senior Writer Tom Dienhart offers five observations from Saturday's Green vs. White spring football game at Michigan State.
Northwestern has more talent than ever on both sides of the ball entering 2017. In fact, the Wildcats could be the favorite in the Big Ten West this fall. The team concluded spring drills on Saturday with a practice, and here are four observations.
Wisconsin's spring season is less than two weeks away. Tom Dienhart breaks down three areas to watch as the Badgers get back on the gridiron.
Chris Ash endured a challenging debut at Rutgers. The problems were many on both sides of the ball. How bad was it in 2016? After a 2-1 start, the Scarlet Knights finished the season with nine losses in a row. RU got shut out four times.
Penn State is coming off a stunningly surprising season that saw it win the Big Ten title in James Franklin’s third season. Who saw that coming? No one. What will Penn State do for an encore? Well, the Nittany Lions could repeat, as most of the key cogs from last season are back.
A new era is dawning in West Lafayette, Indiana, as Jeff Brohm takes over a woebegone program that won a scant nine games over the last four years. Now, the only way to go is up, right? That’s the hope.
Pat Fitzgerald has one of the most underrated programs in the Big Ten—if not the nation--a consistent force that always is competitive. But, a big breakthrough remains elusive. Here are three key areas to keep an eye on this spring in Evanston.
The excitement level is running high at Minnesota, as the P.J. Fleck era begins to take flight. Fleck made a splash on Signing Day by inking a good class to add to an already-solid roster.
There might not be an up-and-coming program in the Big Ten with as bright a future as Maryland, coming off a bowl trip in DJ Durkin’s debut followed by a monster recruiting class. But work remains to be done if Maryland wants to move up the pecking order in the rugged Big Ten East.