Archive for January 2012

Tom Izzo Earns 400th Win

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Joe Paterno Dies at 85: R.I.P., Coach

Joe Paterno Dies at 85: R.I.P., Coach
Joe Paterno, 85, died on Sunday after complications from  lung cancer. Timeline Scott Paterno, Joe’s son, made it known that the legendary coach was being treated for lung cancer on Nov. 18, shortly after he was fired on Nov. 9 in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal. On Jan. 13, Paterno was admitted to... Read more »

Is the Big Ten Conference Good for College Hockey?

Is the Big Ten Conference Good for College Hockey?
  If you think the college football landscape was altered this past season, take a quick look at the future of college hockey! In football, teams left and joined other conferences, thereby  challenging the intricacies of the mathematical world— Big Ten=12…Big Twelve=10 — and the geographical layout of the United States. Since when are Boise... Read more »
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Best Conference Ever: 2011 Big Ten Football Review

Best Conference Ever: 2011 Big Ten Football Review
In the middle of writing my football season review, I came across this multiple-page football review done by bigten.org. The statistics and stories I read in the report were too interesting not to share; however, I read through the entire story so you wouldn’t have to and I picked out the main points and statistics... Read more »

Jay Paterno Leaves Penn State

 Jay Paterno Leaves Penn State
Jay Paterno, son of former Penn State head coach Joe Paterno, will not be joining the Nittany Lions coaching staff for the 2012 season. This marks the first time since 1950 that a Paterno will not be present on the Penn State coaching staff. Jay Paterno, a quarterback for Penn State from 1986-1990, rejoined the... Read more »

40% Is Good Enough For Me

40% Is Good Enough For Me
The Big Ten football season is over with another disappointing bowl record of 4-6. For a conference that is continuously trying to justify their football prowess, they have to do better than win less than half their bowl games. In fact, the Big Ten has only two winning records in bowl games since 2002; 2009... Read more »
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