No. 4 Iowa vs. No. 5 Michigan State. The Big Ten title game figures to be a great matchup. To preview the playoff play-in game, Tom Dienhart asked Big Ten coaches for their insights on both Iowa and Michigan State.
It was a good year for freshman running backs in the Big Ten. The best of the bunch, Penn State's Saquon Barkley, highlights our annual All-Big Ten Freshman Team. See the full team inside.
So, the College Football Playoff committee discussed jumping Michigan State over Iowa in this week’s poll. The Hawkeyes were No. 4; the Spartans No. 5. But, No. 4? No. 5? It doesn’t matter. The winner of the Big Ten title game is going to the playoff. So, who cares? *** Lots of intriguing storylines around the Big Ten title game. Both Iowa and Michigan State are physical teams. In fact, do any two teams better epitomize traditional, stereotypical Big Ten football than these two clubs? Nope. Which one is most physical? *** The NCAA has come up with a way
The second night of the annual Big Ten/ACC Challenge took place on Tuesday, with six Big Ten teams in action. [ MORE: Power Rankings | Player Rankings | Polls | Standings | Stats | Scoreboard ] Michigan kicked off the night with an impressive 66-59 victory over NC State, while Northwestern followed with a thrilling 81-79 overtime win at Virginia Tech. No. 2 Maryland fell to No. 9 North Carolina in the premier matchup of the night, 89-81. In other Big Ten hoops action: Ohio State fell short to Virginia, 64-58, Nebraska lost an overtime thriller to Miami (FL), 77-72,
The College Football Playoff committee released its fifth set of rankings Tuesday night, and as expected, Iowa remains in the No. 4 spot in the poll. Michigan State remains No. 5 after beating Penn State, while Ohio State moved up to No. 6 after a commanding 42-13 win over Michigan.
One night after unveiling the 2015 All-Big Ten Defensive Team, BTN Live announced the official 2015 All-Big Ten Offensive Team and the remaining individual award winners Tuesday.
Tom Dienhart caught up with Iowa sophomore offensive tackle Boone Myers, a 6-5, 300-pound rising star who arrived on campus as a walk-on after playing tight end and defensive end in high school, as he prepped to play the Spartans.
The last College Football Playoff rankings before the league championship games comes out tonight. And, there is still a chance the Big Ten could get two teams in the playoffs. Really.
Lots going on as we head toward the Big Ten title game. Speculation swirls around job openings at Maryland and Rutgers. And some people have a beef with my latest Big Ten Power Rankings. On to your love letters …
Looks like APR will be used to slot 5-7 teams into bowls—and 5-7 teams will be needed. That’s good news for Nebraska and Minnesota, which have high APRs and 5-7 marks. The Huskers almost look like a lock to make a bowl. *** Rutgers is in the market for a coach. And, it’s a crowded market. And the new AD? He has no experience in football, spending most of his career at Seton Hall. Places like Virginia, Miami, Missouri, South Carolina, Georgia, Syracuse and Maryland also are looking for coaches. This is a big hire for RU … and the