The inaugural season of Big Ten lacrosse is in the history books and four teams are heading to the NCAA Tournament with the hopes of claiming the 10th championship in the last eleven years for a Big Ten school.
When it comes to college recruiting, our friends over at Scout.com do a phenomenal job.
With 2015 NFL Draft behind us, I decided to take a look back at the previous 10 drafts and select a best and worst pick for each Big Ten team, including Maryland and Rutgers. See my picks inside.
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No one would argue that having NFL talent will surely help a college team be successful. Ohio State is proof of that. The Buckeyes, winners of at least a share of six of the last 10 Big Ten titles, annually are in the mix for the Big Ten’s most NFL draft picks.
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Get to know Illinois closer Tyler Jay, who has become a dominant reliever in college baseball. Lightly recruited out of high school, the lefty and Illinois’ top prospect, talks about how his father helped him become the pitcher he is today.
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Thirty-five Big Ten players achieved their dream of being selected in the 2015 NFL Draft, and a majority of them reacted to hearing their names called on Twitter.
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