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Miles Ahead: Nebraska Has Another Eventful Offseason, but Pieces Are There for Successful 2018-19

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The college basketball offseason is relatively tame. There are coaching changes and player departures that come with it, but it’s mainly a time for players to work on their individual skills and hit the weight room, for new players to get their first taste of college, and for coaches to recruit, watch film, and work on new strategies. 1,591 more words

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Ohio State grabs five-star 2019 point guard D.J. Carton

Ohio State landed one of the biggest commitments so far this summer on Saturday as five-star Class of 2019 point guard D.J. Carton pledged to the Buckeyes. 268 more words

Recruiting

The 6 Reasons Why Ohio State Will Go Undefeated in 2018

The Ohio State Buckeyes did everything they were supposed to do to earn a College Football Playoff berth in 2017. They went 12-2 and won the Big Ten Conference title, but were snubbed in favor of Alabama, who didn’t even win its own division in the SEC. 947 more words

College Football

Wins and losses alone won't show how improved Nebraska will be in 2018

The Nebraska Cornhuskers failed to make a Bowl game last year for the first time since 2007 and their four wins were the fewest in a season since 1961. 444 more words

College Football

Illini regain recruiting traction with big-time commitments from McCray, Eifler

University of Illinois football fans were ecstatic to hear about two new commitments for the 2019 class, regaining some traction on the recruiting trail heading in to a pivotal Summer stretch that eventually leads to Lovie Smith’s barbeque, a recruiting event held at the Illini coach’s home. 530 more words

Fighting Illini Football

Illinois lands grad transfer big man Adonis De La Rosa

Illinois added some much-needed interior size on Monday afternoon as Kent State center Adonis De La Rosa announced his pledge to the Illini.

The 7-foot, 260-pound De La Rosa started his career with a redshirt year at St. 187 more words

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