Seeing which school can have the biggest spring game attendance sometimes is more fun than the actual “games” themselves. So far, the Big Ten has the top three attendances in the nation. So, take that. Ohio State is No. 1 with 99,391; Nebraska No. 2 at 76,881 and Penn State No. 3 with 68,000. Michigan is No. 6 at 60,000. *** Ohio State was feted at the White House for winning the 2014 national title. Pretty sweet. Here is the complete transcript of what President Obama said to the team. And, of course, here is Twitter reaction and photos from
Wisconsin has been one of the Big Ten’s bellwether programs of late, and that success has yielded 42 picks in the last 10 NFL drafts. See Tom Dienhart's Wisconsin's NFL draft snapshot inside.
President Barack Obama honored the Ohio State football team for its 2014 national championship on Monday afternoon. See all of the top moments inside.
What's one of the last things Big Ten quarterbacks want to see? Joey Bosa doing this: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ . That's Bosa's sack celebration, and we saw a lot of it during Ohio State's national championship season.
For the second consecutive season, the Michigan State football team will wear a special jersey patch during its spring game.
Athlon Sports recently asked Big Ten personalities, including a quartet of BTN employees, to rank their favorite Big Ten towns. The top spot? That would be Madison.
There was a lot of spring game action across the Big Ten over the weekend. Illinois, Indiana, Ohio State, Penn State and Purdue all hosted spring games Saturday, leaving four Big Ten teams still in action.
Ohio State has received its national championship rings, and now it's time to really make it official. In other words, it's time to meet the President!
Greg Schiano did a pretty good job pumping in the talent during his run at Rutgers from 2001-11. And that manifest into some productive NFL drafts in recent years.
Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany has laid out his plan for freshman ineligibility. In a 12-page letter titled “Education First, Athletics Second: The Time for a National Discussion is Upon Us” and sent to media members Friday, Delany reiterated why he believes a so-called year of readiness would be beneficial at this “critical moment in the evolution of intercollegiate athletics.” The letter is not a proposal, he wrote. He did, however, lay out a plan to raise scholarship limits in FBS football and Division I men’s basketball and add scholarships in women’s sports to stay compliant with Title IX. Under