Armchair's Commitment Tracker is here to help you keep track of the latest recruits to commit to Power 5 schools. Take a look to see which teams took another step towards greatness this week.
Updates on the fallout from Terrapins offensive lineman Jordan McNair's death for the University of Maryland football program.
Durkin's “tough love” that went too far will be treated as a cautionary tale in an attempt to paint a narrative that there’s a “fine line” when toughening a team for the regular season. We call BS.
Campbell explores all 14 teams in the Big Ten conference. The Urban Meyer investigation continues in Columbus while the pressure mounts for Jim Harbaugh in Ann Arbor. And don’t forget about Michigan State or Wisconsin because both are poised to pull off back-to-back 10-win seasons in the nation’s most competitive conference. [02:06] Indiana Hoosiers [03:51] Maryland Terrapins [06:53] Michigan Wolverines [10:03] Michigan State Spartans [14:09] Urban Meyer? [15:25] Ohio State Buckeyes [19:46] Penn State Nittany Lions [23:23] Rutgers Scarlet Knights [25:41] Illinois Fighting Illini [28:57] Iowa Hawkeyes [31:02] Minnesota Golden Gophers [33:55] Nebraska Cornhuskers [37:31] Northwestern Wildcats [39:44] Purdue Boilermakers [41:55] Wisconsin Badgers [45:45] Big Ten Championship [46:05] Big Ten season win totals Follow us on Twitter @TheDollarParlay for daily betting insights and game-by-game previews. This episode is brought to you by The Armchair All-Americans. #TakeASeat www.ArmchairAllAmericans.com
We're back with another 2019 NFL Draft college football conference preview! This week AJ Marchese and Rob Paul tackle the Big Ten. Is Brian Lewerke a potential first-round pick? Who will continue the recent WRU title for Penn State? Why are there so many Wisconsin offensive linemen? Nick Bosa, Rashan Gary, and then who on the edge? Those questions and more will be answered, and they also talk a ton of linebackers, cornerbacks, and safeties
Does it matter if Tom Herman was the source of the Zach Smith story? Does it matter if ESPN quoted an anonymous source for its investigation of the Maryland football program? The people being investigated in both instances want you to think that it does. Hear what Demetri and Tyler have to say about it.