Though the Big Ten did not follow through with a national championship in 2016, it proved that the conference is indeed on an upward trajectory. Ohio State made the College Football Playoff, Penn State had a legitimate case to get in as well, and both Michigan and Wisconsin flashed at times. Filled with a nice mix of experienced coaches with pedigrees and young talent on the rise, the Big Ten has put itself in position to potentially be the best league in the land in 2017. Will it happen? That's up for discussion, which is why we're here. Keep on reading to see the CBS Sports college football team's unique takes on the Big Ten entering the 2017 season. Most overrated team The Wolverines are
Let’s be honest: The blockbuster Kyrie Irving trade to the Boston Celtics likely means the NBA Finals goes five games instead of four. The Golden State Warriors can be that good. The Warriors will be better.
Antonio Conte’s bumpy summer at Chelsea appeared to get a little smoother with a gritty victory over Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday at Wembley. According to a report in German football magazine SportBild, Chelsea has lost its patience with Conte, who won the Premier League in his first season as a manager in English football. In the Italian’s place, Chelsea is reportedly keen on appointing Thomas Tuchel, the 43-year-old German manager who spent two years at Borussia Dortmund before leaving the Bundesliga giant in May.