There’s a pretty good chance no one feels worse about Nebraska’s 3-6 start than Jack Gangwish.
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Think the Iowa offense is all about C.J. Beathard, a strong offensive line, and a long list of running backs?
We’ve seen Purdue rock an all-anthracite Nike alternate uniform, and now we’ll see Minnesota, another Nike school, do the same.
Saquon Barkley is as exciting as any college football player with the ball in his hands.
Sometimes it’s better to be lucky than good, they say, and college football fans witnessed a quick example of it in the Rutgers-Wisconsin game on Saturday.
Sometimes the best and most entertaining content from Big Ten media days comes weeks, if not months, after the actual event.
Wild sports plays get special treatment these days in the age of social media.
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The 2015-16 NBA season tips off Tuesday night. Thirty-two former Big Ten players, not including three former Maryland stars, are listed on NBA rosters, according to NBA.com team pages.
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Eight weeks down, and bowl eligibility is a popular topic. As we enter the final week of October, no Power 5 conference has more bowl-eligible teams than the Big Ten (6).
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Is it too early to call Stefon Diggs the steal of the 2015 NFL Draft?
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Don’t be surprised if Kirk Cousins fans churn out some “You like that?!” t-shirts in time for the next Washington Redskins game.
Here’s a safe assumption: No one arrived at Hoosier Hysteria in more style than Troy Williams.
When you’re the Ohio State marching band, you get to do really cool stuff.
Perhaps you’ve heard that today is Back to the Future Day. Yep, it’s 10-21-2015. Several Big Ten teams have gone to social media to celebrate the day, and you can see the tributes inside.
A really cool vintage picture of former Indiana baseball star and current Chicago Cubs rookie Kyle Schwarber and Ohio State standout Braxton Miller was a big hit on social media Tuesday, and for good reason. See it inside.
The 2015-16 college basketball season tips in less than a month, and that means it’s time to take a look at new Big Ten uniform designs.
Illinois and Maryland will wear alternate uniforms for their respective homecoming games in Week 8, the teams announced Monday.
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The Big Ten loves its trophy games, and the conference’s newest one – an unofficial one, at that – received its share of attention this weekend.
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Former Ohio State defensive lineman Cam Heyward doesn’t care about the money. He just wants to honor his late father and support the fight against cancer.
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Seventy-three seconds. That’s how long a rally lasted during the Nebraska-Illinois women’s volleyball match Saturday night.
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Braxton Miller is a known commodity, a two-time Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year, but his surname was misspelled on his new Ohio State all-black alternate jersey to open Saturday night’s game vs. Penn State.
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Jalen Watts-Jackson forever has a place in the storied Michigan-Michigan State football rivalry.
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Things didn’t look good for Rutgers in the second half Saturday at Indiana.
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No Jordan Canzeri, no problem. After Iowa’s starting running back suffered a leg injury early in Saturday’s win at Northwestern, backup Akrum Wadley exploded for four touchdowns, tying the Iowa single-game record.