Head coaches get plenty of accolades and awards. The players? They have myriad trophies they can win and postseason all-league teams they can be named to. But what about the assistant coaches? It’s time to shine the spotlight on the guys at heart of every program’s engine.
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The 2013-14 bowl schedule has been released, and that means it’s time for the national pundits to rank the games, from 1 to 35. Regardless of the ranking, the Big Ten’s best bowls are all over the top of the lists. No surprise there. See where several sites ranked the Big Ten bowls in this post.
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A Tuesday morning tweet from the Capital One Bowl’s official Twitter account surely got the attention of Wisconsin football fans across the country. The news? The officials for the Badgers’ New Year’s Day Bowl vs. South Carolina will come from the Pac-12. Yes, the same conference’s officials who played a role in the crazy Wisconsin-Arizona State finish.
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In the wake of Saturday’s Big Ten Football Championship, we’re taking a look at the game’s two quarterbacks. If you’re on Twitter, you can vote in our ongoing series of Big Ten Twitter polls for our weekday TV show #BTNLive weekdays at 6 p.m. ET. On tonight’s #BTNLive show, our experts discuss this question: Who had a more surprising performance on Saturday? We tally votes using two hashtags: #BTNConnor (Connor Cook) or #BTNBraxton (Braxton Miller)
(AP) With an early start time, a late-arriving crowd and a huge rivalry game to look ahead to, No. 23 Iowa could have easily overlooked heavy underdog Fairleigh Dickinson. The Hawkeyes still had more than enough energy to put aside the Knights.