The Detroit Lions announced today that they have entered into a six-year partnership with the Big Ten Conference for a bowl game that will be played at Ford Field beginning in 2014.
Indiana is making its first trip to the College World Series. And the Hoosiers have broken a long CWS drought for the Big Ten along the way.
Rutgers’ recent troubles will not interfere with its entry into the Big Ten, conference Commissioner Jim Delany says.
Rutgers University’s president, a neuroscientist, was brought in last year to turn the school into a medical sciences powerhouse, but he has quickly become a target of criticism from some lawmakers who question his ability to lead the university amid a series of embarrassments in the high-profile athletic department.
Penn State guard Jermaine Marshall, the team’s second-leading scorer, is foregoing his senior year of eligibility to pursue a professional career overseas.
In conjunction with the Big Ten, the ACC and ESPN, the University of Michigan men’s basketball team announced today the Wolverines will travel to Durham, N.C., to face Duke for their 2013 Big Ten/ACC Challenge matchup on Tuesday, Dec. 3, at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
No more “Legends.” And no more “Leaders.”
The Big Ten will realign its divisions in 2014 with the additions of Rutgers and Maryland, according to a report from ESPN.com.
Blood is thicker than water and good will doesn’t mean you cheer on a rival even in your own Big Ten conference.
First things first: Bret Bielema is not the first football coach — and won’t be the last, either — to make an impression on a new fanbase with some big-chested talk behind a podium.