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...
The Darrell Hazell era began with a vow to continue recruiting the state of Indiana. A one year later, some strides have been made but there is still much work to be done.
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,...
One of the Boilermakers top linebacker targets in Owings Mills (Md.) McDonogh School linebacker Wyatt Cook is headed to West Lafayette for college.
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...
The last of the June Team Camps finished up last week and the football team has picked up another two commitments. We go more in depth in this VIP Insider Report.
Cleveland (Ohio) Valley Forge fullback Richard Worship III announced his commitment to Purdue on Saturday.
Purdue loses one of their best kickers in recent history with Cody Webster. How will they replace him? We breakdown the rest of the special teams unit as well.
Columbus (Ind.) East running back Markell Jones committed to Purdue on Tuesday.
West Lafayette (Ind.) High offensive tackle Peyton Truitt got his scholarship from the Boilermakers on Monday.