Purdue student reporter Tyler Trent continues to battle cancer as he covers his Boilers, and his fight apparently reached the desk of Clemson head football coach Dabo Swinney.
You may not have noticed. But a big change has taken place in college football: recruits now can take official visits in the spring.
On Wednesday, the Big Ten football head coaches joined the Big Ten teleconference to take questions from the media. We’ve posted the audio for each coach on the call here:
In the wake of the Shea Patterson developments, BTN's Gerry DiNardo says it's time to change this outdated rule and not worry about the opinions of the coaches, administrators, and schools.
For new Maryland offensive coordinator Matt Canada, this is home. Not College Park, Maryland, but the Big Ten. An Indiana grad, Canada is back in the conference that first molded him over 25 years ago. Get Tom Dienhart's full Q&A inside.
How a "multi-layered" approach is leading to microscopic imaging.
What will Purdue do for an encore after debuting with a 7-6 record (4-5 Big Ten) during Jeff Brohm’s maiden voyage last season? BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart caught up with the second-year Purdue coach on Monday to get his thoughts on a variety of subjects.
The Big Ten kicked off spring games on Saturday, with Michigan State and Purdue playing. Illinois and Northwestern just conducted a practice. Here are some observations.
Poacher's traps become artistic treasures that benefit the entire community.
April 9-13, Maryland is manning the BTN LiveBIG Instagram feed. Here's what you need to know.