Northwestern has lost some key players, including WR Macan Wilson, C Brad North, LB Brett Walsh and CB Marcus McShepard. Here are the top five Wildcats to replace.
Nebraska fans want to forget the Mike Riley era as quickly as possible, but the Huskers do lose some talent heading into Year One of Scott Frost. Here are the top five Nebraska players to replace.
Mark Dantonio engineered one of the greatest turnarounds in the nation, taking Michigan State from a 3-9 mark in 2016 to a 10-3 finish in 2017. Making that reversal of fortunes all the more remarkable: The Spartans had a relatively young squad.
There were some bumpy waters during P.J. Fleck’s maiden voyage at Minnesota. The program saw a five-year bowl run end during a 5-7 campaign (2-7 Big Ten).
With Michigan State losing two of three, Purdue has emerged as the team to beat. But keep an eye on Ohio State, which along with the Boilermakers is the lone unbeaten club in conference play. Here is what to keep an eye on this week in the Big Ten.
As winter sets in, this much has become clear: Purdue is the Big Ten favorite. But don’t count out Michigan State. And it looks like Michigan and Ohio State will be factors. Here is the best of the week in Big Ten action.
Who will Michigan miss most heading into 2018? Tom Dienhart breaks down the top five players Jim Harbaugh will need to replace next season.
Hampered by injuries, Maryland took a step back in the second year of the DJ Durkin era, going 4-8 overall and 2-7 in the Big Ten. But he still continues to recruit well, offering hope for big things in the future.
The college football season was punctuated with an exhilarating national championship game on Monday. Now, all eyes point toward next season. Questions loom for all programs. Here are 18 big ones—for 2018--facing the Big Ten.
Kirk Ferentz’s 19th season was a bit of a mixed bag, as Iowa went 8-5 overall and 4-5 in the Big Ten, capping the season with consecutive wins including a victory vs. Boston College in the Pinstripe Bowl. It was the program’s fifth bowl in a row and first postseason triumph since 2010.