National signing day for football has become a major happening as Big Ten football programs join the rest of the nation's teams to officially welcome their signed football recruits. But once the dust settled and the lists were set, BTN.com's Tom Dienhart pulled together a few more of the interesting notes from around the Big Ten.
Mail time! You know the drill. You email me nice questions while at work sipping a Macchiato … and I answer them while sipping Sanka. It’s fun. And, it’s free. How can you send me fresh questions? Lots of ways. Tweet at me @BTNTomDienhart. Or use the box at the end of this post to drop me a note. Or bookmark this page and hit me up whenever a question or idea pops into your head. Why would a quarterback of Torrance Gibson’s caliber sign with a team (Ohio State) loaded with quality quarterbacks? Conversely, why would Ohio State even sign
In Thursday morning's roundup of Big Ten stories from beat writers, we collected a number of interesting "day after Signing Day" links, including one that says Ohio State's offensive coordinator is certain Braxton Miller will return. Also, who flipped? And which two schools had surprisingly good days? All that and more in this post.
How did your Big Ten football team do on National Signing Day? Tom Dienhart took a look around the Web and compiled a Big Ten-centric breakdown.
Raphael Davis has been a key cog in the Boilermakers’ recent rise to relevancy. BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart sat down with Davis to talk about the team and so much more.
Happy National Signing Day, Big Ten fans! Are you excited? If so, hop inside to get one recruiting link for all 14 Big Ten football teams.
National Signing Day is just hours away. See BTN.com senior editor Tom Dienhart's Q&A with Kevin Ryan, the Big Ten editor for 247Sports.com, inside.
A baker’s dozen worth of games dots the Big Ten menu this week, as the season chugs into the second half. See Tom Dienhart's ranking of this week's slate of games.
For the second time since 2013, Wisconsin finds itself in transition. Gary Andersen abruptly bolted for Oregon State after just two seasons in Madison.
It’s early February, so, of course, it’s time to talk about the 2015 Heisman Trophy. Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott is the favorite to take home the hardware, according to one source. Elliott isn’t the only Ohio State player in the mix, either. Quarterbacks Cardale Jones, J.T. Barrett and Braxton Miller are all listed among the top contenders, too. So, if you are scoring at home, the Buckeyes have four of the top 12 Heisman contenders. Yep, it’s gonna be a fun fall in Columbus. *** Michigan State QB Connor Cook’s Heisman chances in 2015? They are longer than