In Thursday's look at Big Ten headlines, we review Purdue's win over Indiana - did you see the locker room celebration in the video above? Also, read about one Super Bowl coach who thinks Jim Harbaugh will thrive again in the college game. Find lots more in this post.
Should it be Braxton Miller? J.T. Barrett? Cardale Jones? BTN.com's Tom Dienhart asked several national football experts for their pick.
After making five bowls in a row, Northwestern has missed the postseason each of the last two seasons—going 5-7 each year. Pat Fitzgerald hopes to break the funk.
In its four seasons in the Big Ten, Nebraska has wins vs. every program it has played—except Michigan. And, the Huskers will have to wait, as they fell again to the Wolverines despite entering the game with some momentum, winners of two in a row and four of five. What’s more, the Wolverines were without star Caris LeVert, who is out for the season, and point guard Derrick Walton Jr. *** Mlive.com’s Kye Austin and Brendan Quinn have his Big Ten hoop power rankings. I always like to check in on how others see the league stacking up. Austin has
New coach Mike Riley walked into a decent situation in Lincoln. The cupboard isn’t barren at a place where departed Bo Pelini won at least nine games in each of his seven seasons.
It's time for Tom Dienhart to reach into his mailbag. Lots of football queries ruminating throughout the minds of Big Ten fans. There are some hoops, too. Let’s get to it!
An 11-game slate has some appetizing matchups, led by Maryland’s trip to Ohio State. And will Iowa payback Wisconsin when the Badgers visit Iowa City?
How will Rutgers' QB race play out next season? What does Ohio State's 2015 projected depth chart look like? BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart points out the top stories on those topics in Tuesday's Big Ten links.
Minnesota is one of the Big Ten’s fast-rising programs as Jerry Kill enters his fifth season on the job. [ MORE: Minnesota team homepage | 2014 Minnesota stats ] The Golden Gophers are coming off consecutive eight-win seasons with a second-place finish in 2014. Kill will be looking to take the program to an even higher level in 2015. And he’ll have some talent to work with, including on offense quarterback Mitch Leidner, some emerging receivers (KJ Maye) and three linemen led by tackle Josh Campion. Corners Briean Boddy-Calhoun and Eric Murray, end Thieren Cockran, tackle Steven Richardson and linebacker
Four weeks down in the conference season, and preseason favorite Wisconsin sits alone atop the Big Ten standings. Get all of the best of the week ahead inside.