It's Week 5 of the Big Ten football season and we've got four of the seven Big Ten games on BTN & BTN2Go.
Across campus, Boilermakers learn the profound effect of a simple act.
On Thursday, the six Big Ten hockey coaches participated in a teleconference to take questions from the media ahead of the 2016-2017 season. You can listen to what each coach had to say in the audio player below.
It’s unfortunate whenever a football player goes down with an injury, but losing a generational talent for the rest of the season is especially devastating. Just ask Rutgers. The mood surrounding Rutgers football was somber Sunday when it was reported that Janarion Grant, the Scarlet Knights’ “Mr. Everything” on offense, would miss the remainder of his senior season due to an ankle injury sustained during Saturday’s loss to Iowa. It’s a terrible turn of events for one of the Big Ten’s top talents, as Grant had cemented his status as one of the most electrifying players in the nation. It’s
Penn State must win. Something's going on with Iowa's C.J. Beathard. Purdue has become ... intriguing. And Nebraska is flying low on the radar. BTN.com's Tom Dienhart rolls out 10 things he thinks he knows before Saturday's games.
BTN.com's Tom Dienhart asked five writers to name their early nominee for Big Ten Coach of the year. All five picked the same coach.
A special commemorative Sam Foltz-Mike Sadler coin will be used at all seven Week 5 Big Ten games, it was announced Wednesday afternoon.
The Big Ten had this to say about the Penn State targeting ejection in Week 4: "In this particular play, the defender was making a legitimate attempt to get to the ball and, upon full review, the call of Targeting should have been reversed by the Replay Official."
That whole "you are what you eat" maxim has some science behind it.
Consistency has been an issue for Purdue’s defense in recent years. But defensive tackle Jake Replogle has been a force during his entire tenure in West Lafayette, Indiana. The 6-5, 289-pound senior not only is the best defender for Purdue, he’s one of the top tackles in the Big Ten—if not the nation. He’s enjoying a strong start in his final season as he looks to get the program to its first bowl since 2012. So far, so good, as the Boilermakers are off to a 2-1 start as they trek to Maryland to begin Big Ten play this Saturday.