Wisconsin and Penn State have both outperformed expectations this season, and now both have realistic paths to the Big Ten Championship Game. But which team has been more impressive?
Bo Schembechler is an icon, a coach who became the personification of a school and an institution. Bo was Michigan. Michigan was Bo. Tom Dienhart writes about the coach on the 10th anniversary of his death.
This isn’t how Riley Bullough wanted his senior season to go. Not like this. Not with a losing record. Not without a bowl game. But, that’s the reality that’s staring the star Michigan State linebacker in the face as he preps to play the last two games of his Spartan career.
The third installment of the College Football Playoff rankings was released Tuesday night, and the Big Ten continues to occupy 40 percent of the top 10.
Welcome to the penultimate week of the Big Ten schedule. And the stakes continue to get higher and higher, as the margin for error for division contenders decreases with the finish line in sight.
There's only two weeks remaining in the college football regular season, believe it or not, and here's what I’m buying and selling as we head into Week 12.
An upset-filled Saturday didn’t have a huge impact on the playoff and bowl projections of Jerry Palm of CBSSports.com.
Michigan’s stunning 14-13 loss at Iowa means there is a new king in the Big Ten. It's a familiar one, at that, in Ohio State, which spent most of the season atop the list before losing at Penn State.
A wild Saturday saw Michigan be one of three Top Four unbeaten teams get beaten. The Wolverines’ last-second loss at Iowa makes things more interesting in the Big Ten East. The West? Well, Wisconsin is in firm control.
It was a crazy Saturday in college football, as No. 2 Clemson, No. 3 Michigan and No. 4 Washington all lost, promising big changes in next week’s College Football Playoff poll. It was the first time since October 1985 that three top-four teams lost on the same day.