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6 Nebraska Cornhuskers 2017 NFL Draft Prospects to Watch

By Brandon Cavanaugh, 1 year 1 month ago
The 2016 NFL Draft is over and four Nebraska Cornhuskers (Maliek Collins, Vincent Valentine, Alex Lewis, Andy Janovich) heard their names called. However, it’s never too early to look to next year and see which members of the Big Red could keep the Huskers’ impressive half century-plus long streak of putting players into The League alive.   Jordan Westerkamp, WR A near-...

Top 25 Big Ten 2017 NFL Draft Prospects to Watch

By Kevin McGuire, 1 year 1 month ago
Another NFL Draft has come and gone, and the 2016 edition was a big year for the Big Ten, specifically the Ohio State Buckeyes. Looking forward in time, however, and it looks as if next year could be big for Ohio State's archrival, the Michigan Wolverines.   Related: Early 2017 NFL Draft Prospect Top 50 Rankings   Power Five Conference 2017 NFL Draft Prospects to Watch...

Four Nebraska Cornhuskers Look to Extend 53-Year NFL Draft Streak

By Brandon Cavanaugh, 1 year 1 month ago
Nebraska is a school rich with tradition and putting players into the NFL is most definitely a part of it. In fact, over the past 53 years, more than one Cornhusker has heard his named called in every NFL Draft. Four have a chance to follow in their predecessors’ footsteps, but who can truly be counted on to extend this streak?   Andy Janovich, FB While Kansas State’s Glenn...

Loss of Apathetic Defensive Tackle Duo Leaves Plenty of Questions to be Answered as Nebraska Wraps Up Spring Practice

By Brandon Cavanaugh, 1 year 2 months ago
When former Nebraska defensive tackles Maliek Collins and Vincent Valentine made their intentions to enter the NFL Draft known, it wasn’t a total shock. Losing two more bodies in Greg McMullen and Kevin Williams at the end of spring may seem like an even bigger blow, but whether or not Nebraska lost true athletes at the position is questionable.   Related: Nebraska Cornhuskers 2016...

Ranking the Big Ten's Toughest Non-Conference College Football Schedules in 2016

By Kevin McGuire, 1 year 2 months ago
The Big Ten looks to make some noise this season with some high-profile, non-conference matchups against the ACC, Big 12, Pac-12 and SEC. Will the conference hold its head above water or will it crumble under pressure and lead many around the nation to declare the Big Ten dead before mid-September?   Related: Ranking the Big Ten’s Toughest College Football Schedules in 2016...

Ranking College Football's Top 25 Toughest Schedules for 2016

By Kyle Kensing, 1 year 2 months ago
The true measure of a college football team's strength of schedule cannot be determined until the regular season approaches its end. That said, some schedules stand out as obviously better than others before a game is ever played.   The 2016 college football season opens with one of the best single days in the sport's history, which sets a fitting tone for the fall to follow...

NCAA Closes Imaginary Set of Flood Gates with Camp Ban While Opening A Real One

By Brandon Cavanaugh, 1 year 2 months ago
The NCAA: Protector of Student-Athletes Everywhere. At least that’s the tagline they want you to swallow hook, line and sinker while passing a ban on college football satellite camps.   For those of you just tuning in, Big Ten schools such as Michigan and Nebraska were setting up shop in SEC and ACC country. This didn’t sit well with either conference and it didn’t help...

Nebraska’s De'Mornay Pierson-El’s Best Option is a Different Red Shirt in 2016

By Brandon Cavanaugh, 1 year 2 months ago
There was a time when Nebraska wide receiver De’Mornay Pierson-El wasn’t just the best thing since sliced bread. He shoved aside the invention of the peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Since his serious leg injury (fractured left leg and torn knee ligament) in the Purdue game last season, Pierson-El’s been on the sideline recovering with an estimated return time of...

Big Ten Football 2016 Returning Starters Analysis

By Steven Lassan, 1 year 2 months ago
Returning starter data in college football preseason charts or magazine pages isn’t an exact science. The numbers and data can vary among different websites, magazines or other resources. However, even if there’s some disagreement on the numbers, the data is an interesting early look at how teams are shaping up for the upcoming season.   The Big Ten features one of the nation...

Ranking the Big Ten's Toughest College Football Schedules in 2016

By Kevin McGuire, 1 year 2 months ago
The 2016 college football season is shaping up to be a wild ride in the Big Ten with matchups in September against the SEC, Pac-12, ACC and Big 12 (and Notre Dame) highlighting the non-conference slate. Big Ten play will also open with a number of games that could set the tone for the division and conference championship hunt.   Ohio State and Michigan State may have some holes to plug,...