The Big Ten came out with its all-league teams. And, as you would suspect, some of the choices raised eyebrows. So, let’s start daily links there. I love Wisconsin’s Chris Borland, who was picked as the league’s top linebacker. But Ohio State linebacker Ryan Shazier had better numbers. Production should mean something, right?
The 2013 All-Big Ten Football Teams were announced Monday night on BTN. Dave Revsine hosted the 60-minute special that included analysis from Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith. See both of the teams in this post. Earlier Monday, BTN.com released its 2013 All-Big Ten teams.
The Big Ten not only released its 2013 All-Big Ten Football Teams on Monday night, it also awarded 12 of its 17 individual trophies. The remaining five will be announced Tuesday night on BTN/BTN2Go. See all the 2013 trophy winners in this post.
It’s that time of year again, when the powers of the Midwest exert their basketball dominance over the Atlantic Coasters. Or at least that’s been the story in recent years, with the Big Ten taking three of the last four Challenges (last season was an unsatisfying tie). We won’t talk about what happened in the 10 prior Challenges.
The Big Ten office today issued a public reprimand of Ohio State football student-athlete Marcus Hall for his actions while exiting the playing field during the Michigan game on Saturday, which violated the Big Ten Sportsmanship Policy.
This is what the Big Ten needs: A league championship game with some true national big-game appeal that could launch the conference on an upward trajectory.