This week on a new episode of “The Journey: Big Ten Football 2015” on Wednesday at 10 p.m. ET, we take you behind the scenes with Penn State senior Anthony Zettel as he prepares for his final home game at Beaver Stadium. Also, see how Michigan’s Jabrill Peppers bounced back from an injury to become one of the elite players in the conference. Our crew was also at Columbus for Michigan State’s upset win over Ohio State and we explore a touching story that motivates Connor Cook. We also have game highlights from Michigan-Penn State and Michigan State-Ohio State. Are you
The final weekend of the season, also known as Rivalry Week, is here. And, to no surprise, there is no shortage of storylines.
BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart caught up with Nebraska’s 6-3, 280-pound junior defensive end Greg McMullen to get his thoughts on this wild-and-crazy season as the Huskers prep to cross the finish line and play Iowa.
It’s an interesting question, especially in the social media age: Will Michael Geiger’s game-winning kick or windmill celebration be the thing college football fans remember most about the final play in last week’s Michigan State victory at Ohio State? [ MORE: Best of Week 12 | Week 12 scores | Stats | Standings | Polls | Power Rankings | Bowl Projections | Mailbag | Week 12 picks revisited | Dienhart: Spartans end Buckeyes’ pursuit of perfection | What did our guy learn? | Week 12 award winners | Twitter: Iowa family reacts to Big Ten West title | YouTube highlights
BTN is airing a 30-minute preview show ahead of Friday’s football game between No. 3 Iowa and Nebraska. Debuting at 11:30 p.m. ET Tuesday, the show will run again several more times, including Wednesday (10 a.m. ET) and Friday (3 p.m. ET) ahead of kickoff. [ MORE: Week 13 scoreboard | Stats | Standings | Polls | Power Rankings | Bowl Projections | Mailbag | Week 12 award winners | YouTube highlights ] Hosted by Dave Revsine, former players and current BTN analysts Chuck Long and Matt Davison look at the last four Hy-Vee Heroes Game. Davison, a former Huskers receiver, and Long,
How will the fourth College Football Playoff rankings look Tuesday night? Expect a bunch of change with unbeatens Ohio State (No. 3 last week) and Oklahoma State (No. 6) both losing.
It’s Ohio State-Michigan week. And, it doesn’t get much better. Well, I guess it could be, if this was a winner-takes-all battle for the East Division title. Alas, it isn’t, since the Buckeyes lost last week at home to Michigan State. Still, the first Harbaugh vs. Meyer clash should be memorable. *** Would there be any fallout from Ezekiel Elliott’s harsh critique of his coaching staff after the Buckeyes’ loss to the Spartans? Nope. Urban Meyer says all is hunky-dory. “It was a very isolated incident, we have a three-year bank on Zeke,” Meyer said. “I couldn’t disagree with his
Jalen Coleman-Lands sank a 3-pointer from the corner at the buzzer, allowing Illinois to escape with an 82-79 victory over Chicago State Monday night.
Javon Bess scored nine of his 13 points in the first half and matched a season high with six rebounds to help No. 3 Michigan State pull away to beat Eastern Michigan 89-65 Monday night.
How good was Denzel Valentine’s triple-double vs. Kansas? So good, it played a big role in the Michigan State star winning Big Ten Player of the Week. [ MORE: Power Rankings | Player Rankings | Big Ten award winners | Polls | Standings | Stats | Scoreboard ] The historic performance also was enough to place Valentine atop my latest Big Ten Player Rankings. That’s right, Valentine, previously No. 2 on my list, has taken the top spot from Maryland’s Melo Trimble. Check out my latest Big Ten Player Rankings below: 1. Denzel Valentine, Michigan State. Valentine’s epic performance against