After weeks of games and seemingly endless analysis of schedules, quartiles and any other metric you can conceiver, the College Football Playoff field finally is announced. And, there were no big surprises.
Penn State shocked many by upsetting Wisconsin, 38-31, to win the school’s first Big Ten title since 2008. Here are eight things BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart learned after watching one of the best Big Ten championship games in the short six-year history of the event.
That leaves the Big Ten with one really good hope to get a second team in the playoff: A loss by No. 2 Clemson to Virginia Tech in the ACC title game today.
Kevin Wilson is out as Indiana coach, a shocking development for a program that was riding a wave of momentum. And the school wasted no time naming a replacement on a big day in Bloomington.
We asked 80 members of the media for their Big Ten Football Championship pick. Here they are - now you vote yours, too.
Let’s take a tale of the tape between Big Ten title opponents Penn State and Wisconsin. It’s a heavyweight bout no one envisioned back in August with the league championship—and maybe a playoff bid—on the line.
BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart talked to Big Ten coordinators who faced off vs. Wisconsin and Penn State this season to talk off the record about what makes each unit special—and how to attack it.
Here's an A to Z look at the Big Ten title game on Saturday night in Indianapolis between Big Ten West champ Wisconsin and Big Ten East champ Penn State.
The penultimate College Football Playoff rankings didn’t have any surprises Tuesday night. Ohio State (No. 2), Wisconsin (No. 6) and Penn State (No. 7) all stayed put, while Michigan dropped to No. 5.
Ohio State redshirt freshman Mike Weber leads the way on the 2016 BTN.com All-Big Ten Freshman Team. Weber has run for 1,072 yards, averaging 89.3 yards per game which ranks fifth in the Big Ten to earn BTN.com Freshman of the Year honors.