There were some interesting outcomes in Week 1. Ohio State throttled Bowling Green, 77-10; Wisconsin upset LSU, 16-14; Michigan hammered Hawaii, 63-3. But which team had the most impressive opening salvo?
The first leaf hasn’t fallen off a tree. But it’s never too early to think about bowl matchups, right? See where CBSSports.com's Jerry Palm places the Big Ten following Week 1 inside.
BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart has had time to digest what he witnessed on the opening weekend that saw the Big Ten go 12-2. Here is what he's buying and selling.
One week is in the books, and Wisconsin made one really big statement vs. LSU. In fact, no school scored a more impressive Week 1 victory. The win jumped the Badgers to No. 2 in BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's latest Big Ten Power Rankings.
The opening week of the 2016 season was a success for the Big Ten, which went 12-2. And Wisconsin carried the flag with a scintillating 16-14 comeback win over No. 5 LSU. Jump inside for BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's Week 1 review.
Ohio State impressed in its opener, cruising to a 77-10 win over instate foe Bowling Green on Saturday at Ohio Stadium. BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart writes that the Buckeyes may be headed for greatness.
Michigan State is the defending Big Ten champion and a playoff participant last season. But where is the love? BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart says the Spartans are used to having to earn that respect.
The Big Ten season kicks off tonight, with Indiana traveling to Florida International and Minnesota hosting Oregon State (9 ET, BTN/BTN2Go). Here are 10 things BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart thinks he knows about this opening week.
The wait was long for Darius Hamilton is over. Finally. The monster Rutgers defensive tackle is back on the field, ready to create some havoc and be one of the Big Ten’s best interior linemen. Read our Q&A with him inside.
The countdown to kickoff has begun. We are one day away from the start of the 2016 Big Ten football season. Until then, here are 14 bold predictions to prime the pump for the 2016 season. Illinois: The Illini will miss a bowl, but they will win one game they aren’t supposed to, beat the teams they are supposed to beat and be competitive in losses. And the expression on Lovie Smith’s face never will change. Indiana: The defense will go from bad to solid as the Hoosiers push to back-to-back bowls for the first time since 1990-91. Kevin Wilson