Picking the bracket: The Big Ten will feel right at home
Second round winners: Michigan, Florida State, Texas, Alabama. On to the upsets ...First round winners: Baylor, North Carolina, Winthrop, Purdue, Texas Tech, Colgate, Virginia Tech, Ohio State. AdFirst round winners: Gonzaga, Missouri, UCSB, Virginia, USC, Kansas, VCU, Iowa. Second round winners: Gonzaga, Virginia, USC, Iowa. The Big Ten tournament gets replaced by a Final Four in the heart of Big Ten country.
The Latest: Padres hoping to have 20% capacity for opener
Padres CEO Erik Greupner said Tuesday that it’s possible the team could be playing before capacity crowds at the 42,000-seat ballpark later in the season. Because of social distancing, “There’s not going to be an inch of Petco Park that isn’t going to have a pod of seating somewhere in it,” Greupner said. Coupled with other protocols, Petco Park “will be one of the safest places to be in San Diego,” Greupner said. ___The Colorado Rockies have gotten permission to have 21,363 fans at home games this season beginning with opening day on April 1. ___Ohio State has halted football team workouts for a week because of an increase in positive COVID-19 tests within the program.
Fields' day: No. 3 Ohio State routs No. 2 Clemson 49-28
Ohio State won 49-28. 11, where Clemson coach Dabo Swinney placed Ohio State on his ballot in the final regular-season coaches' poll. Ohio State beat the Crimson Tide in the semifinals on the way to the 2014 national championship. “This performance by this team I hope will go down in Ohio State history as a landmark victory,” Day said. Ohio State did not give details about their absences, but all four had played in the Big Ten championship two weeks ago.
U of M coach Brady Hoke named Big Ten Coach of the Year
PARK RIDGE, Ill. – According to reports, the Big Ten Conference announced on Wednesday that University of Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke was chosen as the Hayes-Schembechler Coach of the Year. Hoke is the sixth first-year coach to earn the McClain Coach of the Year award, which dates back to 1972. The Hayes-Schembechler Coach of the Year honor pays tribute to Ohio State's Woody Hayes and Michigan's Bo Schembechler. For more check out MGOBLUE.com