The Big Ten office announced its latest Big Ten Men's Basketball Players of the Week on Monday. See the award winners inside.
Nick Baumgardner of Mlive.com sums up the apparent hiring of Jim Harbaugh by Michigan: “It’s a grand slam.” This wouldn’t be just a big move for Michigan. It would be a huge move for the Big Ten … and college football. A true game-changer would be joining the sport. *** Penn State denizens are still buzzing over that Pinstripe Bowl win. Why not? When the Nittany Lions fell behind, 21-7, in the second half, I thought they were done. But Christian Hackenberg rallied the team to a tie and then a win in OT. What a victory to build on
What was Wisconsin's high and low point in 2014? What about its offensive and defensive MVP? Get Tom Dienhart's 2014 Wisconsin season review inside.
To celebrate the hiring of Jim Harbaugh, the Maize Rage is planning a "Khaki Out" for Tuesday night's Big Ten opener vs. Illinois.
Both days of the 52nd Ken Kraft Midlands Championships at Northwestern will be available live and for free beginning Monday morning and running through Tuesday night.
Four Big Ten bowl games down, the Big Ten is 2-2. How are the Big Ten's remaining six bowl teams killing time before kickoff, you ask?
BTN.com has learned that Wisconsin offensive coordinator Andy Ludwig has been hired at Vanderbilt. He will coordinate the Commodore attack. Ludwig pushed the buttons on a Badger offense that finished No. 3 in the Big Ten (464.8 ypg) despite not having a true No. 1 quarterback for most of the season. Wisconsin won the Big Ten West and is headed to the Outback Bowl to play Auburn. Ludwig was hired by Gary Andersen in 2013. He also had coordinated offenses at Fresno State, Oregon, Utah, Cal and San Diego State.
Jim Harbaugh is expected to take the Michigan job, according to several reports. That being the case, check out these fun YouTube videos inside.
Opportunity. It’s all any team wants. The chance to show it can do the job. The chance to show it can be the best. That’s what awaits Ohio State.
The final week of the 2014 NFL regular season featured plenty of highlights for former Big Ten stars. [ MORE: Watch all Week 17 NFL highlights ] Topping the highlights was J.J. Watt, who tallied three sacks, the final of which gave him 20.5 on the season to become the first player to register multiple 20-sack campaigns. Making the accomplishment all the more impressive is the fact Watt’s final sack resulted in a safety, meaning he’s scored points in four different ways this season (TD catch, INT return, fumble return & safety). It was an incredible performance, one that can