Big Ten Briefing

2019 NFL Draft Update

University of Iowa tight end and 2018 John Mackey Award winner T.J. Hockenson declares for the NFL Draft.

Ohio State defensive back Kendall Sheffield is declaring for NFL Draft according to reports.

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Junior college running back Dedrick Mills signed with the University of Nebraska.

This season the Garden City Community College running back rushed for 1,358 rushing yards and 19 touchdowns.

Prior to playing at Garden City Community College Mills played for Georgia Tech where he was kicked off the team for a violation of team rules despite leading the team in rushing with 771 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns.

After entering the transfer portal Ohio State quarterback Tate Martell visited the University of Miami yesterday.

This comes after Martell was spotted at West Virginia University the day before. Martell is currently looking to transfer after the arrival of Justin Fields.

Penn State’s Juwan Johnson to leave the program as a graduate transfer. He is expected to visit the University of Oregon during the first week of February.

During his career at Penn State Johnson recorded 81 catches for 1,123 receiving yards and two touchdowns.

Men’s Basketball 

Nebraska invaded Bloomington and knocked off the No. 25 Indiana Hoosiers 66-51.

Four Huskers scored in double figures in the victory. Leading the way was senior guard Glynn Watson Jr. with 15 points.

With this victory Nebraska improves to 3-3 in the conference and 13-4 on the season. With this loss the Hoosiers fall to 3-3 in the conference and 12-5 overall. Freshman guard Romeo Langford led the Hoosiers with 18 points.

Meanwhile the University of Wisconsin had their hearts ripped out by University of Maryland guard Anthony Cowan. The junior had 21 points in the victory including this game winner.

No. 19 Maryland won 64-60 and improved to 15-3 overall and 6-1 in the Big Ten. Meanwhile Wisconsin fell to 11-6 overall and 3-3 in the Big Ten.

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