Ohio is the prime state in the Midwest when it comes to producing football prospects, with 346 ranked three-stars or higher from 2010 to 2013. The state produces great prospects year in and year out, but it isn’t the only place top talent is bred in the region.
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Brad Stevens left Butler for the Boston Celtics, P.J. Hairston’s future is in jeopardy at North Carolina and the ACC is bigger and better than ever thanks to the addition of Syracuse, Pittsburgh and Notre Dame.
The Big Ten needs to add impact players across the board, so this 2014 recruiting class is going to be a crucial one. While Michigan and Ohio State lead the way in the class rankings, each team has important commitments in their own right.
The times and networks have been finalized for the 15th annual Big Ten/ACC Challenge, which will take place Dec. 3-4 on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU.All 12 Big Ten teams and 12 of the 15 ACC schools will participate in the 2013 Challenge, including the three newest ACC members (Notre Dame, Pittsburgh and Syracuse).
Summer Shootaround: Big TenCatching up on news and notes from the Big Ten offseason while looking ahead to 2013-14 with predictions and analysis. ReadGreenberg: 2013-14 Big Ten Power RankingsSeth Greenberg provides his power rankings for the Big Ten, a conference that could produce eight NCAA tournament teams.
Teams are headed into camp, but that doesn't mean recruiting will stop. While it wasn't an overly exciting weekend for Big Ten recruiting, there was a commitment, offers that went out and visits that took place.
Jeff Goodman breaks down the top programs for developing talent, led by the Marquette Golden Eagles. He also provides an update on Duke transfer Rodney Hood.
1. Kansas coach Bill Self said every newcomer but Andrew Wiggins is on campus and in summer school. He said Wiggins' summer plans are still unresolved.
In five months, the 2013-14 college basketball season will begin.It’s always tough to make projections in the weeks following any season. But the dust has settled.
With spring in the books for more than a month, the long march through the offseason and back to football is only beginning. But BuckeyeNation is going to keep doing its part to speed up the journey -- or at least make it more interesting.
MINNEAPOLIS – On Thursday night, Rodney Williams grimaced as he held his left shoulder.With his team facing a deficit in the second half of a 58-53 overtime victory against No.
Kansas coach Bill Self was in the postgame handshake line after his team’s 72-66 loss to Oklahoma when he looked up and saw hundreds of students rushing the Lloyd Noble Center court.
Earlier today, I wrote about the eventful day in the Big East, as Villanova upset No. 3 Syracuse and Louisville dropped its third in a row in a loss at Georgetown.
Let’s get you warmed up for this week’s "College GameDay" road show (live Saturday from the PNC Arena in Raleigh, N.C. at 11 a.m. ET on ESPN) by taking a look at some notes and nuggets from our college hoops advanced-stats research team (a group we call the “Stats in the Paint” team).
The loss of All-American point guard Jordan Taylor affected early projections about Bo Ryan’s ability to lead Wisconsin to the top of the Big Ten in 2012-13, a perennial status for the program throughout his tenure.
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