For the second week in a row, a Penn State opponent was ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct following a late hit on kicker Joey Julius.
On Saturday in East Lansing, BYU decorated the 3- and 6-yard lines during pregame warmups to honor late ex-Michigan State players Mike Sadler, who died in the car accident with Foltz, and Mylan Hicks, who was killed late last week.
Thoughts on feeding our hungry planet.
Our @BTNStatsGuys crank out the fun facts ahead of Saturday's football games.
The NCAA is considering an early signing period, and it’s about time one is implemented, writes BTN.com's Tom Dienhart.
An interactive course of study, Brain3M keeps the mind on the mind.
Northwestern chemist wins Nobel! Here’s how to explain it to your friend who almost flunked chemistry: BTN LiveBIG
How Big Ten thinking expanded the field of nanotechnology and brought international acclaim
Heading into Week 6 of the college football season, BTN.com's Tom Dienhart delivers his weekly collection of things he thinks he knows. Most surprising player in the Big Ten? One team's bowl chances? What's wrong at Michigan State? Dienhart digs in.
Meet Maryland’s Shane Cockerille, one of the most versatile players in America. The 6-2, 235-pound junior arrived in College Park, Maryland, as a heralded quarterback in 2013. Now, three years and two positions later, he finds himself as one of the Big Ten’s better linebackers. Cockerille is No. 8 in the Big Ten tackles, averaging eight per game with 32 stops. Not bad for a guy who is in his first year at the position. After redshirting in 2013, Cockerille saw some action under center in 2014. The next year, he was moved to fullback but also still saw some
From earthquakes to floods, caves formations help mark history.