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John Rooke and Scott Cordischi take your calls, texts, tweets and emails on the week's hot topics. Southern New England is incredulous over the latest kangaroo court happenings involving deflate-gate. We also cover the latest March Madness movements, how New England will be represented, and it’s a conspiracy filled “Three Things”.
Dale calls it the gift that keeps giving, while some feel it's a voodoo curse... the DeflateGate nonsense just won't go away.
games despite playing through a broken hamate for part of the year. He followed that up with a junior year in which he was Big Ten Player of the Year as well as a second-team All-American. His approach is advanced, as suggested by the fact that
out how to properly execute that brand of offense.) In his first season in O’Brien’s offense, McGloin led the Big Ten with 3,266 passing yards while completing 61 of his passes, to go along with an impressive 24:5 touchdown to
first round next month -- our draft guru DJ Bean has Short going to New England at the end of the first round . The All- Big Ten first-team selection showed some ability to penetrate as a collegian, as the 6-foot-3, 308-pound defensive tackle
started all 14 games at center for the Big Ten champion Badgers in 2012 and was All- Big Ten honorable mention. The Patriots could ..... some pass rushing skills, the All- Big Ten first-team selection led the Boilermakers
Purdue, and he asked me if I thought he could play in the Big Ten . I said, ‘If you give this kid a chance, he’s going ..... after a collegiate career where he was second-team All- Big Ten as a senior in 2005, it took him a few years to find his footing in
s a potential wrinkle we ran by Bill Carollo, a former NFL referee and the current officiating coordinator for the Big Ten — what if the Patriots target Vereen on a lateral, backwards pass, or end-around toss even after he reports as ineligible
s a potential wrinkle we ran by Bill Carollo, a former NFL referee and the current officiating coordinator for the Big Ten ‘ what if the Patriots target Vereen on a lateral, backwards pass, or end-around toss even after he reports as ineligible
Penn State at Wisconsin, 1 p.m. ( Big Ten Network) College basketball: Houston ..... Minnesota at Purdue, 3:15 p.m. ( Big Ten Network) College basketball: Georgia ..... Indiana at Nebraska, 5:30 p.m. ( Big Ten Network) College basketball: Cornell
College basketball: NJIT at Villanova, 7 p.m. (FS1) College basketball: Sacred Heart at Rutgers, 7 p.m. ( Big Ten Network) College basketball: Georgia Tech at Dayton, 8 p.m. (CBSSN) College basketball: Wichita State at Hawaii
into the NCAA s, but to sustain (or better) that production, expansion will need to occur. Otherwise, the ACC, the Big Ten , the Pac-12 and even the football-first SEC will outfight the Big East for postseason spots. Playing in their own