Friday night games. The race in the West. Ohio State's muted offense. Doing a little thinking out loud as we head toward Saturday.
Jonathan Celestin wants more. The Minnesota linebacker wants to lead his school to the Big Ten West title. And, it just might happen.
Friday night football is coming to the Big Ten. Beginning in 2017, the Big Ten will play six prime-time games on Fridays, likely to be televised by an ESPN channel, FOX, or FS1.
They always say that you play the games to remember in November. Well, November is here. And here is a look at the nine biggest games left on the Big Ten schedule.
Finally, the day has arrived for the inaugural release of the College Football Playoff poll. But if you’re looking for drama when the poll is announced at 7 p.m. ET, keep looking.
All 14 Big Ten teams are in action on the first Saturday in November. And, no doubt, a big focus will be on Columbus, Ohio, where Nebraska travels to play Ohio State.
Nine weeks down, believe it not, and here is what I’m buying and selling as the season enters the home stretch.
Michigan continues to hit on all cylinders, as it distances itself from the pack. Can anyone beat the Wolverines? See BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal, inside.
Michigan continues to show that it’s clearly the best team in the Big Ten. In fact, it’s now the only unbeaten left after Nebraska went down at Wisconsin. The Big Ten West race is gonna be fun to watch in November.
So much, so fast for a program that is in just its second season under Jim Harbaugh and ranks No. 2 in the land. Few could have envisioned such a rapid ascent for Michigan. But, here are the Wolverines, all bright, shiny and thinking big after making another notch in its belt.