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Heisman Trophy Power Rankings: Week Two

<strong>Teddy Bridgewater,</strong> QB, Louisville<br>
<strong>Week Two</strong><br>
Passing: 22-232, 397 yds, 4 TD, 0 INT<br>
Rushing: 1 rush, -1 yd, 0 TD<br>
<strong>Week One</strong><br>
Passing: 23-28, 355 yds, 5 TD, 1 INT<br>
Rushing: 2 rush, 1 yd, 0 TD<br><br>
Against Eastern Kentucky on Saturday, Bridgewater put up more big numbers. That should be consistent this entire season, which is a double-edged sword for Bridgewater's Heisman candidacy; Louisville has a weak schedule, so while he should put up enormous numbers, the lack of a marquee victory could ultimately hurt his case.
Last week we looked at how some of the front-runners for the Heisman Trophy performed, and threw a couple sleepers into the mix. Now that we’re thru Week Two of the college football season, the sample size is larger and some of the wins (and losses) have been bigger as well. One significant name you... Read more »

NCAA Tournament Field Set: B1G Ready To Dominate?

NCAA Tournament Field Set: B1G Ready To Dominate?
The United Center proved to be every bit the appropriate home for the┬áBig Ten men’s basketball conference tournament this weekend. Every game on Friday, Saturday and Sunday had more than 20,000 fans in attendance – well over the arena’s basketball capacity. There were NBA scouts and general managers in attendance to watch future lottery picks,... Read more »

Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament: Indiana, Wisconsin Advance

Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament: Indiana, Wisconsin Advance
The United Center provided a magnificent setting for some of the better basketball teams in the country on Friday. Announced attendance for the first two games was 21,793 – more than 2,500 over the basketball capacity for the arena. It was loud and exciting throughout, and the fans were treated to some fantastic action. Sharing... Read more »
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Big Ten Conference Tournament Predictions

Big Ten Conference Tournament Predictions
Starting Thursday morning, the best group of college basketball teams in the country will begin what should be an incredible weekend tournament. This year’s Big Ten Conference has been, without question, the best in the nation. The final AP poll of the regular season saw the following Big Ten teams ranked: 3. Indiana 6. Michigan... Read more »

Big Ten Announces Divisional Alignment

Big Ten Announces Divisional Alignment
The Big Ten Conference, which will have 12 school in it starting in 2011, will reportedly align the schools into two divisions. One division will include Illinois, Indiana, Purdue, Wisconsin, Penn State and Ohio State. The other division will include Michigan, Iowa, Northwestern, Minnesota, Michigan State and the newcomer to the party, Nebraska. According to ESPN,... Read more »