Can you believe the regular season is over? That was a fast season, and now we're headed to the Big Ten title game, a matchup that will pit Wisconsin vs. Ohio State.
Six Big Ten volleyball teams were selected to the 2014 NCAA Volleyball Tournament, it was announced Sunday night. [ MORE: View the official interactive NCAA bracket ] Big Ten champ Wisconsin is the No. 4 overall seed, while No. 5 Penn State, No. 9 Illinois and No. 14 Nebraska, Michigan State and Ohio State round out the Big Ten contingent. After winning its fifth Big Ten title and receiving the conference’s automatic berth, Wisconsin will host first- and second-round matches and will take on Western Michigan in Thursday’s first round of the Louisville Regional. With a first-round win, the Badgers
How did the BTN.com team, guest picker Evan Flood and Big Ten fans do with their Week 14 Big Ten picks? Find out inside!
You’ve probably never even heard of him, but chances are, Charlie Catlett has helped make your life easier and more livable.
Melvin Gordon rushed for 151 yards and a touchdown, while also catching a TD pass to lead the Badgers to a 34-24 win that claimed the Big Ten West title and trip to the league championship game. Find out more inside!
Rivalry week didn’t disappoint, with the Minnesota at Wisconsin game being the headliner. Get Tom Dienhart's Week 14 recap inside!
Who were the top Big Ten individual performers in Week 14 of the college football season? Find out inside!
It was Rivalry Week in the Big Ten on Saturday, the final day of the regular season, but it was also a week of record-breaking efforts and milestone moments. First and foremost, Wisconsin star running back Melvin Gordon broke the Big Ten single-season rushing record, previously held by Ron Dayne (2,109), on his first carry vs. rival Minnesota. [ MORE: Relive Week 14 action on our Big Ten scoreboard ] Speaking of Minnesota, David Cobb broke Laurence Maroney’s program record for rushing yards in a season early in his team’s loss at Wisconsin. The other record to fall Saturday was
Ohio State quarterback and possible Heisman Trophy finalist J.T. Barrett broke his right ankle on the first play of the fourth quarter in Saturday's 42-28 victory over rival Michigan.
"Jump Around" is so much fun that even the opposing players like to get in on the action. Just look at Minnesota's Marcus Jones on Saturday night.