This week, Tom Dienhart has added Northwestern to his latest Big Ten Bowl Projections, putting 10 Big Ten teams on the list.
Is the Northwestern hype legit? Where does Ohio State fit in the playoff picture? Tom Dienhart answers your Big Ten questions.
Northwestern will wear a new Under Armour alternate uniform, inspired by the Northwestern campus, for Homecoming on Oct. 18 vs. Nebraska.
When Kirk Cousins and Russell Wilson duel, it's must-see football. Well, football fans are in luck, because the former Big Ten quarterbacks meet on Monday Night Football.
The Big Ten Conference announced its Week 6 Players of the Week on Monday, and you can see all the winners and select video highlights inside.
BTN2Go, the digital extension of the Big Ten Network, has been redesigned to deliver live games and on-demand programming to BTN subscribers on an improved platform.
Remember when Wisconsin was the preseason pick by many to win the Big Ten West? Yes, so do I. Now, five games into the season the Badgers are reeling. At the crux of the problem is a quarterback situation that remains murky. Tanner McEvoy was pulled in favor of Joel “I’m Over The Yips” Stave last week at Northwestern. It didn’t matter. The not-so-dynamic duo combined to complete 12 of 29 passes (41.3 percent) for 138 yards with one touchdown and four interceptions vs. the Wildcats. Without better play from under center, this team will continue to struggle. Fighting for
Week 6 was a painful for two Big Ten starters, as Illinois quarterback Wes Lunt fractured his leg (out 4 to 6 weeks) and Michigan running back Derrick Green broke his clavicle (out for season). Bad news today. #Illini QB Wes Lunt expected to miss 4-6 weeks with leg fracture. Details: http://t.co/GaYjqyhgV9 pic.twitter.com/8gOVGEFM3X — Illinois Football (@IlliniFootball) October 5, 2014 Hoke: Derrick Green will miss the rest of the season with a broken clavicle. — Michigan Football (@umichfootball) October 6, 2014
This year marks a grim anniversary for the African nation of Rwanda. Twenty years ago, extremists from the country’s Hutu ethnic group massacred somewhere between 500,000 and 1 million people in less than four months. Already one of the poorest countries in the world, this period crippled Rwanda’s fragile healthcare system. Scarce basic resources and overwhelming poverty — 45 percent of Rwandans live on less than $1 per day — resulted in countless preventable deaths beyond those caused by the genocide. Dr. Peter Drobac, an alumnus of the University of Wisconsin, felt called to help. After his medical education and
With Week 6 in the books, it's time for Tom Dienhart's weekly honors, grades, stock reports and numbers inside.