University of Missouri curators voted Tuesday to consider leaving the troubled Big 12 for another conference.
Business recruiters from Nebraska are still trying to persuade Illinois businesses to either relocate to or expand in the Cornhusker state.
Amtrak says a train carrying about 175 passengers between Chicago and San Francisco has derailed in southwest Nebraska.
The Big Ten coaches and athletic directors will meet in Chicago this week, and a nine-game football schedule is a major item up for discussion.
When the Big Ten expanded to twelve teams, the Nebraska-Iowa matchup seemed like a no-brainer to turn into a rivalry. And now that game will get rivalry-like billing.
When the Big Ten announced they were adding Nebraska, the response was almost all positive. And when the Big Ten announced the names for the new divisions, the response was almost all negative.
OK. Now it’s my turn! There sure has been a lot of talk around Big Ten country in the past 24 hours about the new conference logo and football divisional names.
This past summer, when the Big Ten announced that the University of Nebraska was signing on as the league’s 12th team, the Conference That Can’t Count hit a stand-up triple.
You know how offensive coordinators can get too “cute” with their play calling when they are already having success? That’s basically what Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany has done since announcing Nebraska would join the conference, allowing for a Big Ten Championship Game to be born.
The Big Ten released it’s new logo and the names for it’s two divisions, today. The addition of Nebraska, next year, will allow for the conference to have two divisions and a championship game.
PARK RIDGE, Ill. (AP) – The Big Ten says it’s not looking to expand again in the near future. The conference, which is adding Nebraska as its 12th member next year, released a statement Sunday […]
Joe O breaks down some of the biggest games in this weekend’s college football action, and picks his winners against the spread.
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The expansion silence is finally over. Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delaney revealed Monday that the conference has paused its conference expansion initiatives right now, but is “not necessarily turning our back on expansion.” Right now […]