“We feel like we have a culture shift,” Oliver Purnell says.
The Big Ten is down — and perhaps out of the College Football Playoff already.
The Huskies’ rise to prominence has been years in the making.
The Bears won’t say it, but the concern is quite palpable.
Stability is such a key in the Big Ten, and Ohio State and Michigan State have it.
The Badgers and Tigers will provide an early test for each other Saturday in Houston.
With an elite defense, Mark Dantonio’s Spartans are dreaming of the College Football Playoff.
“You’re just trying to make sure you have more good days than bad days,” D.J. Williams says.
Kyle Fuller and Zach Miller also exited the game early with injuries.
Satisfaction had set in, not too long after the final whistle. It wasn’t an overjoyed celebration; this was just a preseason contest. But the Bears were pleased with their play.
Martellus Bennett slammed Kyle Fuller to the ground after taking issue with an aggressive tackle.
Kyle Long is the engaging personality, while Matt Slauson is quiet and unassuming.
Recovered from a viral infection, Kyle Long strapped on pads for the first time.
Can the Big Ten finally produce a national champion again? Ohio State has the talent.
Also, Kyle Long has been cleared to return to action and should be in pads Saturday.
At 315 pounds himself, Brandon Sherff has famously cleaned 443 pounds three times.
Maryland coach Randy Edsall sounded off at media days, saying there needs to be “big changes.”
On the East Coast, Rutgers coach Kyle Flood says his squad “moves the needle on TV in New York City.”
Jay Cutler’s not a changed man. Circumstances just have him primed as ever to write a new narrative.
The Cubs’ baseball brass knew all along it would end up with Kyle Schwarber, the 21-year-old slugging catcher from Indiana University.