Thursday's Big Ten roundup links to stories from around the Big Ten, including a look at Penn State's offense heading into Michigan, former Wolverines coach Rich Rodriquez looking back at his Big Ten days, and a story on Minnesota's outlook against Northwestern. Plus, more links from Big Ten writers. Dive on in.
Seeing eye dogs are a necessity for many Americans, and one student group at Rutgers is helping to train the best.
Who wins Week 7 Big Ten games? See our team's picks and select your winners inside!
In the latest “BTN Soccer Report” Kevin Egan and Chris Ritter talk about the conference suspending Maryland soccer coach Sasho Cirovski. Northwestern soccer coach Tim Lenahan also calls in to the show to talk about the suspension and his team’s win over Maryland. Here is the text of the Big Ten statement: The Big Ten office today announced a one-game suspension and issued a public reprimand of Maryland men’s soccer head coach Sasho Cirovski. The conference office determined that Cirovski’s actions toward the officials following the Northwestern game on Oct. 5 were in violation of the Big Ten Sportsmanship Policy. In addition,
The Big Ten features plenty of true freshmen who have made a quick and smooth transition to college. Sean Merriman ranks the top 10 through the first six weeks inside.
The Big Ten announced Wednesday that it will ensure any student-athlete recruited to a Big Ten school will be guaranteed his or her scholarship if pursuit of degree is interrupted.
Welcome to the wild, wild Big Ten West, a division race where just about anything seems possible. Who’s gonna win it? Don't count out Minnesota or Northwestern.
Danny Antrhop and the Purdue offense busted out last week at Illinois. Before this week's game vs. Michigan State, Tom Dienhart got this Q&A with the Purdue WR.
Michigan football will sport new uniforms when it hosts Penn State on Saturday night. If you don’t recall, the Wolverines and Adidas revealed the all-blue design in the summer. We say it. We live it. Now, we wear it. #GoBlue pic.twitter.com/7Jff9jrKHi — Michigan Football (@umichfootball) August 9, 2014 Watch the team’s reaction to the uniform, too: Check out our latest Clothes Call posts This marks the fifth time that Michigan and Adidas have collaborated on an alternate uniform. The last time the Wolverines wore an alternate uniform was in the 2013 Outback Bowl vs. South Carolina.
It's Wednesday, and that means Saturday is that much closer. Get caught up on all of Wednesday's top Big Ten headlines inside.