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Fourteen Big Ten programs combined to produce four first-round NFL draft picks. Louisville, Northern Illinois and Buffalo together had five. Eleven of 32 came from the SEC. Discuss.
Ohio State's defensive duo, Ryan Shazier at No. 15 to the Steelers and Bradley Roby at No. 31, went to the Broncos.
And Michigan State's Darqueze Dennard found a home with the Bengals at No. 24.
Michigan’s other offensive tackle, Michael Schofield, has used a family struggle as his motivation to prepare for this draft.
Former Indiana receiver Cody Latimer went to New York to hear his name called at the draft. He’s still waiting.
Tracking the Maryland prospects for the second through seventh rounds.
Meanwhile, Purdue’s 15-year streak of landing at least one player in the draft is in jeopardy.
What to do this offseason? Shane Morris can play catch ... with himself.
Michigan State appears interested in the younger brother of tight end Dylan Chmura.
Former Rutgers quarterback Tom Savage earns the endorsement of ex-coach Greg Schiano.
Minnesota loses a backup defensive lineman to North Dakota.
Kirk Ferentz marches to the beat of his own drum in recruiting, but even he occasionally extends a scholarship offer to a high school freshman.
Fourteen Big Ten programs combined to produce four first-round NFL draft picks. Louisville, Northern Illinois and Buffalo together had five. Eleven of 32 came from the SEC.