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Big Ten: Bill O’Brien leaves Penn State for NFL’s Texans

[ 0 ] January 2, 2014

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bill O’Brien inherited a Penn State program rocked by scandal, on the cusp of crippling sanctions, and staring at a murky future. All he ever really cared about was making the Nittany Lions winners. O’Brien succeeded against heavy odds, overcoming a lack of scholarships, a bowl ban, and player defections. He leaves […]

Big Ten: Gator Bowl fails to excite Nebraska fans

[ 0 ] December 11, 2013

The Gator Bowl appears to be a tough sell to Nebraska fans. A season that fell short of expectations will end New Year’s Day in Jacksonville, Fla., with a game against No. 23 Georgia, the same team that beat the Cornhuskers a year ago in the Capital One Bowl. The matchup has elicited little more […]

This week’s Big Ten Football Buzz

[ 0 ] November 20, 2013

– Ohio State will be a heavy favorite to win a school-record 23rd consecutive game Saturday when it hosts Indiana. The Hoosiers are 10th in the Big Ten in rushing defense at 253.3 yards a game, meaning Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde will have a great chance to improve on the career-best 246 yards […]

Video: James Morris on reining in Kain Colter

[ 0 ] October 22, 2013

Can Hawkeyes forge winning identity at Minnesota?

[ 0 ] September 27, 2013

MINNEAPOLIS – An identity will be forged Saturday afternoon. Iowa and Minnesota bring similar attitudes and attributes to Saturday’s 2:30 p.m. showdown on ABC, yet neither has been tested by the grind of a Big Ten Conference schedule. This is a chance to hoist the Floyd of Rosedale Trophy and solidify reputations. “We’re going against […]

Playing word association with Big Ten football

[ 0 ] September 25, 2013

Let’s play a little word association. When I mention a football team from the Big Ten Conference, what comes to mind? The league schedule is beginning to ramp up this weekend, and we’re still looking for trends and traits. Ohio State remains the frontrunner. Purdue continues to be a punching bag. But everything in between […]

Hawkeyes throw away opener, fall 30-27 to Northern Illinois

[ 0 ] August 31, 2013

IOWA CITY – Don’t blame Jake Rudock. Yes, it was Rudock who threw the pivotal interception in Iowa’s 30-27 loss to Northern Illinois. But he had plenty of help. Dropped passes, blown coverages and special-teams gaffes all contributed to Saturday’s season-opening deflater. “When you’ve got a chance to make a play, you’ve got to do it,” […]

Big Ten announces 2014 women’s basketball schedule

[ 0 ] August 27, 2013

  From UI Athletic Communications: The Big Ten Conference announced its 2014 women’s basketball schedule Tuesday. The University of Iowa women’s basketball team will play 16 conference games, including eight on Mediacom Court in Carver-Hawkeye Arena. The Hawkeyes’ conference slate begins at Indiana on Jan. 2, and concludes with the annual Big Ten Tournament, March […]

Bryce Miller: Expect another reunion with Vivian Stringer at Carver

[ 0 ] August 1, 2013

Hall of Fame, former Iowa coach emotional about another reunion.

Big Ten: SEC coach sarcastically takes jab at Ohio State, Urban Meyer

[ 0 ] July 16, 2013

BY USA TODAY SPORTS HOOVER, Ala. — Florida coach Will Muschamp fired a shot Tuesday afternoon at Urban Meyer and Ohio State, which recently turned in the Gators for an alleged secondary recruiting violation. “That’s really a dead issue with me,” Muschamp said at an interview at SEC media days — but then kept talking […]