The non-conference season is over. Well, there is one more non-league game, as Charleston Southern plays at Indiana in October. Still, essentially, non-conference season is finished for Big Ten squads, and here's Tom Dienhart's best of the non-con season.
Welcome to Week 5, which has six games. And, they all are Big Ten tilts. Thank goodness. The headliner is Northwestern at Wisconsin. The game has lost some hue, as the Wildcats already have a loss having been beaten down 41-17 at Duke in Week 2.
A wild Week 4 saw Penn State pull out a magical win at Iowa that makes you think this could be another special year for the Nittany Lions. And Michigan is looking better and better, while Ohio State continues to fine-tune for bigger games to come.
Trace McSorley's touchdown pass to Juwan Johnson as time expired capped a thrilling 21-19 victory for No. 4 Penn State at Iowa. The Nittany Lions were led by 358 all-purpose yards from Saquon Barkley.
Michigan’s defense sent a loud message on Saturday at Purdue. The unit, rebuilt with 10 new starters, smothered the Boilermakers in a dominating 28-10 victory.
Tom Dienhart's opening up the memory bank each Friday to list the Big Ten's bests. This week: all-time conference running backs.
The school announced that athletic director Shawn Eichorst has been fired, as the football program struggles to regain its lost national relevance. BTN's Tom Dienhart assesses the latest news out of Lincoln.
In the latest edition of B1G Q&A, Tom Dienhart went one-on-one wtih Penn State defensive tackle Parker Cothren.
Michigan State's win over Notre Dame one year ago seemed significant at the time, but it was one of few positives for the Spartans in 2016. As the rematch looms, Tom Dienhart reflects on a tumultuous year.
Numbers, numbers, numbers. As we enter Week 4, here is a look at one for each Big Ten team that caught my eye from a packet of info from standout BTN researcher Harold Shelton.