Tom Dienhart and Sean Merriman have released their Week 9 Big Ten Player Rankings. See who made their top five lists inside.
How do you feel about the College Football Playoff Committee releasing a weekly poll, starting Tuesday? Tom Dienhart isn't a fan, and neither is Jerry Palm. See why inside.
Northwestern football fan Jake Scheid, 8, has lost vision in both of his eyes. Learn more about the bond between Scheid and the Wildcats inside.
Good news, Big Ten football fans: "The Journey: Big Ten Football 2014" premieres at 7 p.m. ET tonight. Watch preview clips inside.
Think Michigan State fans are ready for their annual rivalry game vs. Michigan? Their team has won five of the last six in the series, after all.
It’s always fun to monitor this: Nebraska broke out the Blackshirts yesterday for the first time this season. As if it needs to be said, this is a really cool tradition. *** Penn State has its issues on offense, with a struggling line being the most pressing concern. But the defense has been outstanding, playing well enough to backstop a league champ. The Nittany Lions are No. 1 in the Big Ten in scoring defense (15.2 ppg); No. 1 in total defense (283.3 ypg); No. 1 in rushing defense (60.8 ypg). Not bad. *** The Ohio State offensive line has
Don’t tell the Nebraska baseball team that Halloween is still a week-plus away. Decked out in Halloween costumes, the Cornhuskers closed out their annual Red-White Series on Tuesday. Like it matters, the Red Team won the game, 5-4, on a walk-off bases-loaded single to claim the series victory. To more important and interesting matters, what costumes did the players wear? That’s a great question. Let’s consult head coach Darin Erstad’s lineup card for the answers. Or, should I say Coach Chewbacca? No need to check your eyes, either, because, yes, “Bo Pelini” hit third for the Red Team. “White Power
Two interesting clashes make this Saturday appealing, as Michigan plays at Michigan State and Ohio State goes to Penn State in a light week of action.
SI.com released its NFL Draft Big Board 2.0 on Tuesday, and six Big Ten stars are slated to go in the first round. Nebraska defensive end Randy Gregory comes in at No. 2, behind only Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota, to pace the half-dozen Big Ten players. See what SI.com’s Chris Burke has to say about his predicted Big Ten first-rounders below. 2. Randy Gregory, DL, Nebraska “A minor knee injury slowed the start to Gregory’s 2014. He still leads the Cornhuskers in sacks (4.5), tackles for loss (6) and hurries (9). Two years removed from junior college, Gregory (6-6, 240)
Nebraska fans will love this: Alex Gordon is on the cover of the World Series Game 1 program.