Big Ten Conference
Conference officials have announced that the so-called “Big Ten Experience” museum will be open to the public on Saturday, June 7 in Rosemont. It has 13 interactive exhibits that showcase the conference’s notable players and coaches since 1896.
Maryland is set to announce it is joining the Big Ten.
The Chronicle of Higher Education is reporting that the Big Ten is considering a plan to give its commissioner the power to fire coaches in the wake of the Penn State child sex-abuse scandal.
I’m a huge college football fan, but I’ve really never understood the appeal of the “Spring Game,” which involves a school just competing against itself with absolutely nothing on the line. For example, a final score of “White 21, Red 20” just doesn’t carry the same cachet as a final that reads “Wisconsin 21, Iowa 20,” does it?
If this pathetic, blubbering mess of failure and self-flagellation is to be somehow disinfected, it will take some real soul-searching before a reconstruction plan can be created.
Pick-A-Side: Who’s Your Big Ten team?
As the child sexual abuse allegations against former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky continue to evolve, one college football experts thinks the truth behind this scandal runs much deeper than anyone truly knows.
Pick-A-Side: Who’s your Big Ten team?
Pick-A-Side: Who’s Your Big Ten Team?