Lovie Smith is looking to take the next step following a debut season that was filled with more downs than ups en route to a 3-9 season. Year 2 could be a tough one, too, as the 2017 schedule is filled with myriad challenges.
The wheels are in motion for an early signing period in college football. You knew it was coming. The big question: What took so long? BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart takes a look at the possible pros and cons of such a move.
The 2017 NFL Draft is history. And the Big Ten had 35 draft choices among the 253 selections in Philadelphia. But a lot of good Big Ten players went undrafted. Take a look at the top names inside.
The 2017 NFL Draft ended Saturday night, and that means it's time for undrafted Big Ten players to sign rookie free-agent contracts. See where the conference's former starts have signed inside.
The Big Ten saw 35 former stars get selected in the 2017 NFL Draft on Thursday-Saturday. Michigan led all schools with 11 selections, the most in a single draft in program history.
Former Illinois linebacker and current BTN analyst J Leman sat down to re-watch the Illini's 2007 upset of No. Ohio State on Facebook Live. We pulled some of the best moments from the segment here.
The Big Ten saw 16 more former players selected throughout the final four rounds of the NFL Draft Saturday, as Michigan led the nation with a draft total and school record of 11 picks.
Twelve former Big Ten players were selected Friday in the second and third rounds of the NFL Draft, including four more from Michigan and three more from Ohio State.
Seven former Big Ten football players were selected in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft, which is the highest number of Big Ten draftees since 2006. Ohio State claimed the first three Big Ten selections, followed by two from Michigan and two from Wisconsin to close out the first round.
Spring football is in the books for the Big Ten. Now, offseason work begins, as teams point toward training camp this summer. Check out Tom Dienhart's annual BTN.com All-Spring Team.