Ohio State’s pulsating and heart-stopping 30-27 double-overtime win vs. Michigan adds another delicious chapter to an already illustrious rivalry steeped in lore. The Buckeyes domination in a series known simply as “The Game” continues, as they are 13-2 since 2001.
Iowa won’t repeat as Big Ten West champs, but the Hawkeyes closed the regular season with three wins in a row as one of the hottest teams in the conference following a dominating 40-10 win vs. Nebraska.
Three scenarios but only one can play out. We asked a few college football writers to predict who will win the Big Ten East division. Here's what they told us.
It’s the final week of the season. And, even better, it’s rivalry week! Division titles are on the line, in addition to cool trophies, as schools also jockey to stay in the playoff conversation.
The College Football Playoff committee released its fourth rankings Tuesday night. The Top Four remains unchanged, which is great for the Big Ten, the conference with four of the top 7 teams.
Before we enter rivalry week, also the final week of the regular season, BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart shares what he is buying and selling the Big Ten.
"The Game: 2006 ... Remembered" debuts tonight at 9 p.m. ET on BTN. BTN.com's Tom Dienhart looks back at that epic Michigan-Ohio State game.
Week 12 didn't feature any surprises in the Big Ten, resulting in little change in BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's latest Big Ten Power Rankings. See the full list inside.
No big surprises in Week 12, as the leaders in both divisions held serve. Now, Wisconsin and Michigan can wrap up the West and East titles, respectively, with wins next week.
It’s all about surviving and advancing in November. And that’s exactly what Ohio State did in Saturday's 17-16 win at Big Ten East rival Michigan State.