The Big Ten has made major improvements since Urban Meyer arrived in 2012. Urban Meyer made his debut at Big Ten Media Days as Ohio State’s head coach about five years ago. While noting the “cyclical” nature of college football, Meyer pointed to things like team speed and offensive styles, but he also made sure to note the most obvious thing: winning.
Yesterday afternoon, Jon Rothstein of FanRag Sports reported that the Indiana Hoosiers and Arizona Wildcats are in the process of working on a home-and-home series in the years to come. This would bring two marquee college basketball programs together on the court for a foreseeable future. There are plenty of reasons to be excited about the potential of this season, but here are five of the most important: 1. Everyone loves a sibling rivalry. So, let me get this straight: Archie and Sean Miller are going to coach again each other in a four-year non-conference series? Everyone loves a good sibling rivalry and this could very well end up being the best one ever at the college basketball level.
Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer Close ACC reporter. Joined ESPN.com in 2010. Graduate of the University of Florida. Follow on Twitter Harold Landry and Bradley Chubb could not avoid watching each other play last season as each racked up the sacks and tackles for loss and became elite defensive ends in the same division of the same conference. But it was not until last March that the two actually met. Landry and Chubb ended up rooming together at the first Elite Student-Athlete Symposium, held at NCAA headquarters for 16 select rising seniors with high NFL draft projections. Clemson defensive tackle Christian Wilkins also was there, giving the ACC three elite defensive linemen handpicked for