The losses for Michigan are staggering coming off a second 10-win season under Jim Harbaugh. No doubt, the 2017 season will be a year of transition for the program.
When the season dawned, many felt Indiana, the defending league champ, Purdue and Wisconsin were the Big Ten favorites. But one thing is becoming more clear: Maryland may be the team to beat. Really. Who could have seen this coming?
The Maryland Terrapins rebounded from a losing season to earn a bowl bid, but the Terrapins will have to move forward without these players, the five biggest losses from the 2016 squad.
Monday was the deadline for players to declare their intentions for the 2017 NFL Draft. And the Big Ten saw 16 players declare. Seven of the 14 schools saw a player declare: Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Northwestern, Penn State and Wisconsin.
Three weeks into the Big Ten season, and 12 of the 14 conference members have at least two league losses. The only teams with just one Big Ten defeat: Maryland (4-1) and Wisconsin (3-1). BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart previews the fourth week of Big Ten play inside.
If you still are having trouble making sense of the Big Ten, don’t feel bad. You aren’t alone. The conference continues to be difficult to figure out. This week, we saw a hot Minnesota squad ranked for the first time since 2013 lose twice.
We profile Rutgers' 1976 unbeaten men's basketball team on "Big Ten Ekute" Monday at 9 p.m on BTN TV. BTN.com's Tom Dienhart looks back at that magical season here.
First, Dave Aranda left last year to run LSU’s defense. Now, Justin Wilcox is on the move to become Cal's new head coach. Such is life for a successful Wisconsin program led by Paul Chryst.
With progress comes change. At least that’s how the old adage goes. And there have been many changes on coaching staffs in the Big Ten since the end of last season. BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart takes a look at the biggest and potentially most impactful additions to coaching staffs inside.
These five Iowa football names won't be with the team come next fall. Tom Dienhart outlines the impact and who will replace them as we all look ahead to spring football.