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Big Ten Football Breakout Players for 2014

By Steven Lassan, 4 weeks 9 hours ago
Every year, college football fans are introduced to a handful of players that become household names by the end of the season. Whether it’s a true freshman playing for the first time, a junior college recruit stepping into the lineup or a player on the roster that’s finally ready to assume a starting job, predicting which players will breakout any year is never an easy task. The...

Reviewing the Most Important College Football News of the Summer

By David Fox, 1 month 1 week ago
College football has made plenty of news this summer, and some of it hasn’t involved attorneys or conference realignment.The summer — officially — has recently begun, but it’s starting to feel like the season is just around the corner. Part of that is because we’re less than 50 days away from the first day of the season. And SEC media days, the unofficial...

11 Big Ten Stats You Need to Know for 2014

By Braden Gall, 1 month 2 weeks ago
Here are Athlon Sports' favorite, most important and most interesting Big Ten statistics you need to know about in 2014: 0-0: Big Ten teams in the BCS title game not named Ohio StateNebraska's 2001 national championship game appearance doesn't count for the Big Ten (although, the Big Ten would probably be fine with the Big 12 keeping that one). So other than Ohio State...

Ranking the Big Ten's Running Backs for 2014

By Steven Lassan, 1 month 2 weeks ago
The Big Ten is well-stocked with talent at running back for 2014. Wisconsin’s Melvin Gordon is a projected first-team All-American, while Nebraska’s Ameer Abdullah isn’t far behind. Gordon and Abdullah each averaged over six yards per carry in Big Ten games last year.The depth at running back extends beyond Gordon and Abdullah with Michigan State’s Jeremy Langford,...

The Complete History of Big Ten Realignment

By Braden Gall, 1 month 3 weeks ago
Conference realignment reached a fever pitch a few years ago and it caused great headaches for fans and coaches across the nation. The dollars and “sense” of conference realignment blazed a path through college football for a few years following the turn of the century, however, teams shifting leagues for greener pastures isn’t a new phenomenon. The Big Ten was...

What the Move to the Big Ten Means for Maryland and Rutgers

By Athlon Sports, 1 month 3 weeks ago
Just imagine Jim Nantz saying it now: Maryland and Rutgers in the Big Ten, a tradition unlike any other. Nothing encapsulates the big-money posturing of conference expansion more than two middling East Coast football programs joining a historically celebrated conference thanks to branding and TV viewership. Commissioner Jim Delany sent ripples through college football when plucking the...

How Maryland Is Shocking Everybody on the 2015 Recruiting Trail

By Evan Buhler, 1 month 3 weeks ago
Expectations were clear when Randy Edsall arrived in College Park in 2011. Fresh off an improbable BCS bowl run at Connecticut, he replaced reigning ACC Coach of the Year Ralph Friedgen ...Read the full article on Bleacher Report...

Which Schools Can End Their Heisman Droughts?

By David Fox, 1 month 3 weeks ago
Note to the uninitiated: Charles Woodson is not a good name to drop around Knoxville.In 1997, the Michigan defensive back beat out Peyton Manning for the Heisman Trophy, one of the greatest Heisman heists if you ask anyone in SEC country.Tennessee had Heisman runners up before (four of them total) and had been closer in the voting (Notre Dame’s Paul Hornung beat out Johnny Majors by 72...

Ranking the Big Ten Stadiums for 2014 (Experts Poll)

By Braden Gall, 2 months 2 days ago
Ranking anything in sports is subjective. We may all agree on certain things — like Michael Jordan is better than Kobe Bryant or that Lambeau Field is better than the Edward Jones Dome — but for the most part, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Ranking college football stadiums is not only subjective but also extremely intricate. General atmosphere, fan support, home-field...

Big Ten Football 2014 All-Conference Team

By Steven Lassan, 2 months 1 week ago
The 2014 college football season kicks off on Aug. 27 and concludes in Dallas with the first four-team playoff in the FBS ranks on January 12, 2015. Since it’s never too early to start thinking about the upcoming college football season, Athlon Sports has already released its projected rankings for 2014, as well as conference predictions. With the predictions released, it’s time...