Last season the Big Ten was the home to some of the best punters, kickers and returners college football had to offer. That group got a lot smaller this offseason thanks to mass graduations. It means a very inexperienced and inconsistent group of special teams players line the Big Ten.
That said, there’s also some really good talent coming back as well. Names like Mike Sadler, Mike Geiger, Cameron Johnston and Peter Mortell lead the way in 2014.
However, which group of special teams players make up the best overall group in the Big Ten heading in to the season? Let’s dive in to the rankings.
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