Who wins Week 10 Big Ten football games? See the BTN.com team's picks, including Northwestern writer Henry Bushnell, and cast your seven winners inside.
The college football season is coming down the stretch, and the Big Ten MVP argument is heating up.
We’ve reached the final month of the regular season, meaning it’s time to start considering the path to Indianapolis, home of the Big Ten title game. [ MORE: Week 10 previews | Week 10 scoreboard | Polls: Pick your Week 10 winners | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Latest polls | Power Rankings | Bowl Projections | Mailbag | Q&A: Jake Butt | View your team’s homepage ] With only four weeks left, Iowa, Michigan State and Ohio State are the only teams that control their destiny. The Big Ten West, as it stands, is Iowa’s to
One day after releasing the initial College Football Playoff rankings, the CFP announced future title game locations Wednesday afternoon. [ MORE: 5 Big Ten teams make first CFP rankings ] The winners: Atlanta (2018), Santa Clara, California (2019) and New Orleans (2020). The CFP previously announced title game sites for this season (Glendale, Arizona) and next season (Tampa, Florida). Big Ten cities Detroit and Minneapolis were in the running for the 2018-20 games, but did not end up receiving a bid, for one reason or another. Here’s what Bill Hancock had to say about the Big Ten cities: Will the
Michigan extended John Beilein's contract another two years Wednesday, giving its basketball coach a deal that now lasts through the 2020-21 season.
All 14 teams are in action. But there is only one matchup this week featuring teams that both have winning records: Penn State (7-2) at Northwestern (6-2). Let’s take a look at all seven Week 10 games.
November in Big Ten volleyball means the title race has taken shape and the NCAA tournament push is well underway. Contenders have emerged and the early season surprises have faded into memory as the 10-week conference season pushes onward.
With J.T. Barrett suspended for this week’s Minnesota game, Braxton Miller will back up Cardale Jones. What are reasonable expectations for Miller? The gang at Cleveland.com debates it in this video. Don’t be shocked if Miller takes some snaps. I sure as heck would use him under center. He’s the most dynamic weapon in the nation. *** Mlive.com has a good look at some interesting numbers surrounding Michigan State. And here’s an interesting one: The Spartans haven’t lost a Big Ten road game in three years. MSU last lost a Big Ten road game on Oct. 20, 2012, at Michigan.
BTN/BTN2Go will air the 2015 Big Ten Women’s Soccer Tournament semifinals and final this weekend in University Park, Pennsylvania. No. 3 Rutgers will play No. 7 Ohio State at 3:30 p.m. ET Friday in the first semifinal (watch on BTN2Go), followed by No. 1 Penn State and No. 5 Michigan at 6 (watch on BTN2Go). The Buckeyes upset No. 2 Wisconsin, 2-1, to advance to the semis vs. the Scarlet Knights, who took down No. 6 Minnesota, 4-1, while the Wolverines edged No. 4 Northwestern, 1-0, to take on the top-seeded Nittany Lions, who ousted No. 8 Illinois, 3-1. The
College basketball is back! The Indiana Hoosiers kicked off their Big Ten exhibition season with an impressive 82-54 win over Ottawa on Tuesday night at Assembly Hall. [ MORE: Get the full Big Ten men’s basketball exhibition schedule ] James Blackmon led a balanced Indiana attack with 15 points. Troy Williams and Thomas Bryant chipped in 12 apiece and Yogi Ferrell added 11. The game was broadcasted on BTN Plus, which allowed us to capture the top highlights from the Hoosiers’ victory. Here is a look at the top three plays from Tuesday night’s game. 1. Troy Williams throws down