The second day of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge featured six outstanding games, and the Big Ten takes a 6-2 lead into the final night. Catch up on Tuesday's action.
The sixth College Football Playoff Poll was released Tuesday night. Ohio State moved up to No. 5 to pace the Big Ten for the fourth straight week. The Buckeyes, fresh off a rivalry win over Michigan, were No. 6 last week. Michigan State moved up two spots, to No. 8, after rolling at Penn State, while Wisconsin jumped just one spot, to No. 13, following its win over then-No. 18 Minnesota. Minnesota dropped out of the poll as a result of its loss at Wisconsin. As has been the case every week in this poll, the Big Ten is shut
Who will be the next head coach at Michigan? BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart points out 11 names that would seem to be possible targets.
According to multiple sources, Michigan has fired Brady Hoke after four seasons and a 31-20 record, including an 18-14 mark in Big Ten play. Get the top reactions on Twitter here!
First, athletic director Dave Brandon resigned. Tuesday, what long had been expected finally became a reality with Michigan dismissing Brady Hoke as head coach, according to multiple sources.
With the regular season complete, it's time to take a look back at the new designs Big Ten football teams debuted during the 2014 season.
The NCAA tourney field is set, and BTN play-by-play man Mike Wolf previews the six teams' draws and offers his bold predictions.
Who is Cardale Jones? Good question. We all want to know. Here's what we know entering Saturday night's Big Ten title game vs. Wisconsin.
We are in the homestretch of the playoff chase, and the question nags: Can Ohio State make the four-team playoff? See what Jerry Palm says inside.
So many questions loom around Cardale Jones. Can he pass? Run? Take a hit? Who knows? But what a stage for discovery, playing in Indianapolis for the Big Ten title and a possible playoff spot. Bill Livingston of Cleveland.com says it basically boils down to this: OSU will be trying to scheme running plays to lessen the pressure on Jones. Wisconsin will crowd the line, daring Jones to throw. It is tough to run in those situations. To prep for Jones, Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen looked at high school tape of the Buckeye sophomore. There just isn’t much OSU tape.