The Big Ten was dotted with a bevy of good freshmen this fall. Jump inside to see Tom Dienhart's 2014 All-Big Ten Freshman Team.
Wisconsin or Ohio State? See our team's 2014 Big Ten Football Championship Game predictions and pick your winner inside.
Few will ever forget Devin Gardner's act of sportsmanship last Saturday at Ohio State. That includes an Ohio State at Marion employee who sent the Michigan quarterback a letter.
Why's Illinois so improved? What does Branden Dawson need to do to get back to last season's late form? And, what will it take for a Bo Ryan assistant to get a head gig?
BTN will provide extensive coverage surrounding the Big Ten Championship Game in Indianapolis this weekend, when Wisconsin takes on Ohio State.
Football is a game about matchups. Who has the edge in the most categories? See who Tom Dienhart thinks has the edge in the Big Ten title game.
No. 12 Nebraska topped No. 9 Duke, 60-54, Wednesday night in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. Read more about the big win inside.
Wisconsin and Ohio State didn’t meet this season, adding intrigue to this Saturday night’s clash in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis for the Big Ten championship. But the teams did meet last year on Sept. 28. The Buckeyes (4-0 overall) were No. 4 and Wisconsin (3-1) was No. 24, as Ohio State took a 31-24 decision in Columbus with none other than LeBron James in attendance to watch the Buckeyes push their national-long winning streak to 17. Yes, rosters have changed and the chemistry of each squad has been altered, as teams take on different personalities from year to year.
The top 50 watch list for the Naismith Trophy was released Wednesday, and seven Big Ten stars made the cut.
Attendance was an issue at Michigan this season. How much so? It dropped to No. 3 in the nation. This is a big deal, folks. The Wolverines had paced America in attendance every year since 1998. Ohio State led the country this season, with an average attendance number of 106,296 in the Shoe. Texas A&M was No. 2 at 105,122. Nick Baumgardner of Mlive.com says Michigan reported an average drop of 6,683 fans per game this season, as last year’s average worked out to 111,592 per home contest. *** Mike Griffith of Mlive.com thinks five Michigan State football players deserved