The 2015 NFL draft is history. But, the analysis continues. I caught up with Charles Davis of the NFL Network to get his views on the 2015 draft from a Big Ten angle, while also looking ahead to 2016.
In a year full of talented Big Ten running backs, Tevin Coleman often was overlooked. [ MORE: Round 1 picks | Rounds 2-3 picks | Rounds 4-7 picks ] Coleman had a similar experience in the 2015 NFL Draft, as the former Indiana star was the fifth running back off the board, going No. 73 to the Atlanta Falcons. Coleman’s family invited BTN to its watch party in Park Forest, Illinois, and we were able to talk to the man of the hour and his father, Wistor. Our cameras also captured the attendees’ reactions to the T.J. Yeldon and Ameer
The debate lasted most of the 2014 season, and it doesn’t appear to be slowing down as the 2015 NFL Draft approaches. Along the way, though, the debate has gone from arguing the Big Ten’s best running back to the NFL’s top running back prospect. Is it Melvin Gordon, the Big Ten Running Back of the Year and 2014 Heisman Trophy finalist? Is it Ameer Abdullah, the all-time all-purpose yards leader at Nebraska and NFL Combine star? Is it Tevin Coleman, the star out of Indiana? Or, is it former Georgia star Todd Gurley? It’s Coleman, according to former Chicago
Indiana is still searching for its first bowl since 2007–and just its second since 1993–but Kevin Wilson continues to make progress as he embarks on his fifth season in Bloomington. The Hoosiers will welcome back some key cogs in 2015, including QB Nate Sudfeld, safety Antonio Allen, guard Dan Feeney and tackle Jason Spriggs. But Indiana will have some holes to fill. Here are the Top Five Indiana players who have departed. RB Tevin Coleman. He left campus a year early as an all-time great. Coleman rushed for a school single-season record 2,036 yards with 15 TDs, averaging 7.5 yards
Big Ten fans were treated to several outstanding individual performances in 2014. But now we ask, who had the top individual 2014 seasons?
Indiana running back Tevin Coleman is leaving school early to enter the NFL draft. As a junior, Coleman rushed for 2,062 yards, a school record, and 15 touchdowns.
Many felt this could have been a breakthrough season of sorts for Indiana coach Kevin Wilson. Get BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's 2014 Indiana football season review.
The 2014 Associated Press All-America Team was released Tuesday, and four Big Ten stars garnered first-team honors.
What does Tevin Coleman's pregame routine consist of? What is his favorite play in the playbook? Find out in this Q&A with Tom Dienhart.
Who were the top Big Ten individual performers in Week 12 of the college football season? Find out inside!