- #48 LB
- Florida A&M Rattlers
- HometownDAPHNE, AL
- Weight205 lbs.
*Defensive statistics not considered official.
It's Wednesday. There's nothing good on TV (except for this). It's mailbag business time.Ed from State of Rutgers writes: How would you rank B1G head coaches on the hot seat in 2014?about 1 day ago | Brian Bennett | ESPN.com
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Quick trivia question: Which Big Ten receiver had the most touchdowns last season?You might have said Penn State's Allen Robinson or Nebraska's Quincy Enunwa, and those would be fine guesses.about 3 days ago | Brian Bennett | ESPN.com
We're recapping all the spring game action from over the weekend today. Next up: Indiana.The Cream team beat the Crimson 24-14 before a crowd of 9,200 at sunny Memorial Stadium.about 4 days ago | Brian Bennett | ESPN.com
Ten league squads wrap up spring practice this weekend, and we’re taking a look at each spring game or scrimmage. Next up: Indiana.When: 3 p.m.about 6 days ago | Brian Bennett | ESPN.com
Head coaches from the Big Ten East Division, along with a player from each team, addressed the media this afternoon on teleconferences. The West Division players and coaches spoke Wednesday.about 7 days ago | Josh Moyer and Austin Ward | ESPN.com
Nine Big Ten programs will feature true quarterback competitions this spring, and we're taking a closer look at the candidates, the circumstances and the stakes of each race.about 39 days ago | Brian Bennett | ESPN.com
Let's beat a case of the Mondays and another depressing winter storm with this edition of the mailbag. Remember to keep your questions coming, as Adam and I are both doing two mailbags per week now.about 45 days ago | Brian Bennett | ESPN.com
ESPN Big Ten reporter Brian Bennett takes a look at potential candidates who can replace Cody Latimer's production at Indiana.about 45 days ago | ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
Here's a team-by-team look at what to watch in the new Big Ten East this spring.IndianaSpring start: March 8Spring game: TBAWhat to watch Getting defensive: The Hoosiers have had no trouble scoring since Kevin Wilson took over the program, but opponents have made it look even easier.about 51 days ago | Austin Ward | ESPN.com
The NCAA rules committee's proposal to slow down hurry-up offenses generated rapid-fire reactions from the Pac-12, as longtime practitioners Rich Rodriguez and Mike Leach voiced their opposition.about 63 days ago | Adam Rittenberg | ESPN.com