If We learned one thing from the New Year’s Day football games it is that Big Ten football is back and relevant again which is good for college football. The crown jewel of the three game Big Ten sweep
49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh will be headed back to college to coach the University of Michigan and that is great news for college football fans. According a long time friend of mine, and an outstanding reporter Dave Feldman
What I thought would be a boring weekend for the Big Ten turned out to be a very good day indeed.
Tuck and O’Neill recaps Big 10 Media Days and previews the upcoming season in the Big 10 with College Football writer Andrew Coppens. Who is the favorite to win the Big 10? Why You Should Listen : Tuck and
Sports writer and analyst Phil Steele talks NCAA preseason Football with Tuck and O'Neill
Four good reasons why divisions have become outdated in college football and the advantages of doing away with them.
“Breaking news” reports, or pranks I should say, started early this morning. While you were driving to work, the Testudo Times “broke the news” that Maryland will leave the Big Ten for the SEC. They even included fake quotes
Rutgers will pay $11.5 million to the American Athletic Conference as part of an agreement that will allow the school to enter the Big Ten this summer. The school and the conference announced the deal Wednesday. Rutgers has also