1. Purdue-Tennessee: Lasting Benefits For the Boilermakers

    When it comes to cheering on your favorite team, it is difficult not to get excited about coming away with a win over a quality opponent...

    Jeff Stine Written by Jeff Stine about almost 5 years ago 849 reads 1 comments

  2. One Man's Opinion: Ranking the Big Ten Coaches

    Welcome to the first installment of my new periodic feature titled One Man's Opinion. Here I will provide (and support) my personal evaluation of sports figures, programs, or entities in today's sports...

    Jeff Stine Written by Jeff Stine about over 5 years ago 1,978 reads 21 comments

  3. Prepare For The Outrage Update: Big Ten On Course for Eight Bids

    Earlier this week, I wrote about the likelihood that the much maligned Big Ten would get more bids than either the Big East or ACC: http://bleacherreport...

    Jeff Stine Written by Jeff Stine about over 5 years ago 122 reads 0 comments

  4. Ranking the Big Ten Cheerleaders

    In honor of the upcoming Big Ten Tournament, I thought it appropriate to rank the Big Ten's best cheerleaders. After working tirelessly for several days...er....hours....er.....okay....minutes, I've managed to compile this labor of love...

    Jeff Stine Written by Jeff Stine about over 5 years ago 8,683 reads 10 comments

  5. Why LaDainian Tomlinson Will Be a New Orleans Saint

    I know there are numerous reasons why LaDainian Tomlinson will not make the move from San Diego to New Orleans. Salary cap space issues. Having to give up a draft pick...

    Jeff Stine Written by Jeff Stine about over 5 years ago 2,838 reads 17 comments

  6. Prepare for the Outrage: Big Ten To Get More Bids Than ACC or Big East

    The ACC and Big East are both widely regarded to be superior to all other conferences in basketball in 2009...

    Jeff Stine Written by Jeff Stine about over 5 years ago 870 reads 24 comments

  7. Michigan's Bubble Hopes; Work Left To Do

    At 18-12, the Michigan Wolverines are one of many teams currently sitting squarely on the NCAA tournament bubble. There is much speculation as to what needs to occur to get to the right side of that bubble...

    Jeff Stine Written by Jeff Stine about over 5 years ago 372 reads 5 comments

  8. One Fan's Plea That NCAA Referee Ed Hightower Must Go!!

    In my 25 plus years of following Big Ten basketball, I have seen a great deal of very good basketball (see Michigan State circa 1999-2000) and some pretty poor basketball (see Indiana circa 2008-2009)...

    Jeff Stine Written by Jeff Stine about over 5 years ago 8,679 reads 49 comments

  9. Big Ten Title Preview: Opportunity Lost...or Should I Say Stolen?

    Michigan State entered their game Tuesday evening at Purdue with an opportunity—win and they extend their lead in the Big Ten to two on Illinois and three on Purdue with five games to play...

    Jeff Stine Written by Jeff Stine about over 5 years ago 552 reads 9 comments

  10. Penn State-Purdue: An Uneasy Feeling for the Boilermakers

    The Nittany Lions of Penn State travel to Purdue tonight (6:30 ET on the Big Ten Network) to face a Purdue team struggling to finds its way without star forward Robbie Hummel...

    Jeff Stine Written by Jeff Stine about over 5 years ago 348 reads 1 comments

  11. Purdue's Court Struggles: The Robbie Hummel Dilemma

    There has been much speculation on what Purdue and Matt Painter should do with Robbie Hummel. Purdue's most important player (and the preseason Big Ten Player of the Year) has a hairline fracture ...

    Jeff Stine Written by Jeff Stine about over 5 years ago 673 reads 9 comments