This is typically the Tweet that James Franklin puts out every time a new High School Football player decides to continue his Scholar-Athlete endeavors at Penn State. This tweet was not seen by the Penn State fan base on Wednesday … Continue reading Penn State Picks Up 5-star Transfer
Ohio State reached their second NCAA Tournament in three years in 2018, losing both of their tournament games in extra innings to South Carolina and UNC Wilmington. The early exit may of been disappointing, but also a successful season for … Continue reading Ohio State Baseball 2019 Season Preview
Last night Penn State pulled off an improbable 75-69 win against No. 6 Michigan. Penn State outplayed the Wolverines in nearly every facet of the game. Lost in the controversy of last night’s game was Lamar Stevens 26-point double-double. There … Continue reading John Beilein Had Every Right to be Upset With the Officials Last Night
This past weekend proved one thing, football is king. The Alliance of American Football captured the hearts and minds of football fans around America in it’s debut. The debut of the AAF was so successful the ratings beat the NBA’s … Continue reading Can the AAF Succeed in Big Ten Territory?
There is no question that the Big Ten is one of the premier conferences in the nation. And that is on display day in and day out no matter what season it is. Let’s take a look back at some … Continue reading Big Ten Briefing Feb. 11, 2019
As expected Ohio State transfer quarterback Justin Fields has been granted his eligibility effective immediately. So what does this mean for head coach Ryan Day and the Ohio State Buckeyes? A question that could be answered during Spring ball. Now … Continue reading Justin Fields Granted Immediate Eligibility
Illinois has not made the NCAA Tournament since 2013 and it appears the team will continue that streak in 2019. However, head coach Brad Underwood appears to have finally gotten the program back on it’s feet. Despite going 14-18 last … Continue reading Welcome Back Illinois Basketball
Believe it or not the Big Ten Conference has not produced many Super Bowl MVPs. Purdue Boilermaker quarterback Len Dawson was the first former Big Ten player to win the MVP award when the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Minnesota … Continue reading Can Another Former Big Ten Star Win Super Bowl MVP?
Michigan State will officially be without one of their top guards for the remainder of the season. Joshua Langford, a junior and a co-captain, will miss the rest of the season with an ankle injury. Langford has not played since … Continue reading Spartans Lose Langford for Rest of the Season
Last night No. 5 Michigan throttled Ohio State 65-49. Despite what the scoreboard showed the game was actually hard fought. Both teams left it all on the court. In fact Ohio State was leading most of the first half until … Continue reading Emotions Flared Last Night Between Michigan and Ohio State
Getting a road win in the Big Ten in January is huge. Ohio State snapped their five game losing streak 70-60 at Nebraska. The Buckeyes were able to crash the boards and grab rebounds as they out rebounded the Huskers … Continue reading Buckeyes End Their Five Game Skid at Nebraska
College basketball is officially nearing the halfway point of the season. Soon enough it will be March and the conference tournaments will determine who goes to the big dance and who sits at home. There have been some unreal individual … Continue reading 2019 Midseason Big Ten Basketball Awards