What did we learn from Rutgers' Week 1 victory over Washington State? BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart has the answer here!
What did Tom Dienhart learn from Minnesota's season-opening win over Eastern Illinois? Find out inside!
Welcome to the Big Ten, Rutgers. The Scarlet Knights kicked off their college football season and conference debut with a bang.
We’re not sure Frank Caliendo could top Elliott Mealer’s Brady Hoke impersonation. The former Michigan offensive lineman does a spot-on “Hoke,” and he posted proof of it to Instagram on Thursday night. Get our latest Gone Viral posts: Watch Mealer’s impersonation: Back by popular demand.. #FromTheHeart #Truth #GoBlue A video posted by Elliott Mealer (@ewmealer) on Aug 28, 2014 at 4:56pm PDT How great is that?! Mealer, who was at Michigan from 2008-2012, played two seasons under Hoke.
A good hurdle is certain to get fans out of their seats. Maxx Williams had Minnesota fans jumping out of their seats in Thursday night's opener.
Minnesota and Rutgers opened up Big Ten play with impressive victories Thursday night. The Gophers kicked off the action by topping Eastern Illinois, 42-20, and Rutgers followed with a 41-38 comeback win over Washington State in its Big Ten debut.
Former Iowa defensive coordinator Norm Parker, 72, died in January, and the Hawkeyes will honor the longtime defensive coordinator in 2014 with a “Norm” decal on the back right of their helmet. Parker, who joined the Hawkeyes in 1999, retired after the 2011 season. See all of the latest Big Ten fashion trends: Under Parker, the 2011 AFCA Assistant Coach of the Year and 2004 and 2005 Frank Broyles finalist, the Iowa defense ranked among the top 10 nationally in rushing defense five times and in the top 10 in scoring defense three times. In 2010, Iowa was fifth nationally
In the fast-paced world of sports and social media, BTN.com now offers in-game Big Ten highlights on Twitter. When a big play happens or a memorable moment occurs, BTN.com editors will post and share the video in a matter of minutes.
Our Countdown to Kickoff series has reached the end. The final topic: Big Ten champion? See who our panel picks in this post.
The latest batch of Nissan Heisman House commercials are out just in time for the 2014 season. And a couple of them feature Michigan's Charles Woodson, the 1997 Heisman Trophy winner.