It wasn’t the best day for the Big Ten in Week 3, but the conference’s top team, No. 4 Ohio State, recorded one of the most impressive wins of the week. The Buckeyes rallied past No. 15 TCU, 40-28, behind 20 points in a four-minute outburst out of the halftime locker room at AT&T Stadium. Read full recap at FoxSports.com. No. 4 Ohio State Downs No. 15 TCU
Dalton Ferguson's newborn twins were born five weeks premature last week, and are staying at University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital.
Our Instagram is going Maize and Blue, all week long.
Mobility and outreach are key in the College of Dentistry's goal to see more Ohioans get the dental care they need.
Each Tuesday morning during the Big Ten football season, the 14 Big Ten football coaches hold a Big Ten teleconference with reporters from around the country. We post the audio for each segment of the call here.
It's Monday, and that means it's time for BTN analyst James Laurinaitis to reveal his latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal. Get his latest list inside.
Following Big Ten football games on Sept. 8, the Offensive, Co-Defensive and Special Teams Players of the Week and Co-Freshmen of the Week in the Big Ten were announced Monday morning.
For the fifth straight season, it was all Ohio State in its annual matchup vs. Rutgers. The fourth-ranked Buckeyes rolled the Scarlet Knights, 52-3, and it did so behind a historic day from its quarterbacks.
Just as it had done the previous three seasons, Iowa knocked off Iowa State on Saturday afternoon. The 13-3 decision was the opposite of last year's shootout, but the result remains the same: The Cy-Hawk trophy remains in Iowa City, Iowa.
Former Penn State football player and current BTN commentator Matt Millen needs a heart transplant as a result of a rare disease. Lisa Byington reports on Millen's fight as he waits for a donor.