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Reflects the injury to Ohio State senior quarterback Braxton Miller that reportedly will sideline him for the season Nebraska sophomore linebacker Michael Rose also would’ve been a first-teamer if not for the knee injury he sustained earlier this month.
Urban Meyer has done an unforgettable job of bringing along young quarterbacks — Alex Smith at Utah, Tim Tebow at Florida, Braxton Miller at Ohio State — before. Now, he might have to do it again, with OSU’s Big Ten and College Football Playoff hopes in the balance.
It was a monumental pair of media days for the Big Ten, as the conference welcomed Rutgers and Maryland, expanding the Big Ten into East and West divisions. The realignment was only the second time the conference has been expanded in the last sixty years. There has been speculation swirling around the Big Ten of
Sharp reader @adamstar83 tweeted a photo to me of Illinois coach Tim Beckman surrounded by a decent gathering of media at his podium Monday in Chicago, on the first day of Big Ten media days. Can’t tell how many media are in the photo (go on, check it out and take a guess) but I’m
If you’ve ever been to SEC media days at the Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover, Ala., you know that Nick Saban can’t buy a key chain in the gift shop without being mauled — in the most loving of ways — by upward of a billion crimson-clad supporters. And those are just the reporters who are
Being the champion always comes with a little something special. And the Spartans, who took home the Big Ten crown and a Rose Bowl victory, know that the storm is coming. “We’re certainly one of the hunted in this conference now,” Spartains head coach Mark Dantonio said. “Being hunted is obviously where you’d rather be,
Northwestern asked the full National Labor Relations Board on Thursday to overturn the decision by the regional director of the Chicago office, which catgeorizes the universities football players as employees and allows them to unionize. The university contends that the regional director overlooked evidence the university presented that indicates that its football players are primarily
Tyler Griffey is best known by Illinois basketball fans for a single second — the final one of a Feb. 7, 2013 game in which his layup beat the buzzer and No. 1-ranked Indiana. To get to that moment, though, Griffey, a senior that season, was pouring dozens of hours per week into basketball. Routinely
Northwestern announced Monday it will install a new video board at Ryan Field, nearly triple the size of the current one, in advance of the 2014 college football season. Additionally the university will install two LED ribbon boards overlooking both end zones. “This is an exciting announcement for members of the Northwestern Football family and