Northwestern made the biggest leap in my latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal. The top half of the rankings held firm, but the bottom was shuffled quite a bit.
Inside the creation of a modern Lamassu.
Matt VandeBerg is back and healthy, and his return has helped Nate Stanley add a passing dynamic to the Iowa offense. Read BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's Q&A with the Iowa wide receiver inside.
Each Tuesday morning during the Big Ten football season, the 14 Big Ten football coaches hold a Big Ten teleconference with reporters from around the country. We post the audio for each segment of the call below.
TheAthletic.com released the official unofficial 2017-18 Big Ten men’s basketball media poll Tuesday. Michigan State is the unanimous selection to win the Big Ten, and Michigan State sophomore star Miles Bridges is the unanimous player of the year pick. Reigning Big Ten champ Purdue is picked second, ahead of Minnesota, Northwestern and Maryland/Michigan to round out the top five. See the full predicted order of finish and All-Big Ten team below. The official unofficial B10 media poll is back and Michigan State is on top All that, plus a history lesson, here:https://t.co/UFBhRfAsrz pic.twitter.com/lT0KrXIcc8 — Brendan F. Quinn (@BFQuinn) October 17,
Can you believe it? The season has passed the halfway point. We have seven weeks in the books, and each team has played half of its 12 games. So, let’s pause and hand out some midseason awards.
Feeding a hungry planet takes some B1G ideas.
Maryland announced Monday that athletic director Kevin Anderson is taking a six-month professional development sabbatical.
Week 8 is here, and all eyes will be on Michigan’s trip to Penn State. In a word, it will be “Titanic.” Get BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's early Week 8 preview.
The Big Ten office released its Week 7 individual honors, and Ohio State QB J.T. Barrett claimed his eighth offensive laurel, tying former Purdue star Drew Brees for the third-most in conference annals.
New director of athletics Bill Moos should fit well at Nebraska, writes Tom Dienhart.