After three straight weeks of a new No. 1, sizzling Purdue remains atop my latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal. The entire top four remains the same, actually, while surging Iowa moves up one and into the top 5.
For the third time in as many weeks, there's a new No. 1 in my Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal. This week, it's white-hot Purdue, winner of seven straight, taking the place of Michigan, now No. 2.
Registration is now open for the BTN Big 10K, the summer race that turns Chicago into a Big Ten tailgate party. The eighth annual BTN Big 10K and 5K takes place on Sunday, Aug. 11, with a course navigating city streets and a start and finish in Grant Park along Chicago’s picturesque lakefront. Registration begins at $55 for adults for the 10K and $40 for the 5K. For children 12 and under, registration is $25 for the 5K. For all additional information on the BTN Big 10K, visit www.BTNBig10K.com or Facebook. Those who register will also receive a school-specific technical
One week, that's how long Michigan's stint at No. 2 lasted in my latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal. The Wolverines return to No. 1, thanks to wins over Minnesota and Indiana, coupled with Michigan State's loss at Purdue.
The service-learning project is celebrating 10 years of cultural exchange in Rwanda and Bloomington.
With Michigan suffering its first defeat of the season, coupled with Michigan State's win over previously surging Maryland, there's little debate over who's the top team in the Big Ten.
Thirty-five former Big Ten stars, not including Maryland, Nebraska or Rutgers players who were in school before entering the conference, are on AFC and NFC Championship Game rosters. See the full list inside.
Outside of undefeated Michigan and Michigan State, no team's playing better than Maryland. The Terrapins, behind Big Ten player of the week Bruno Fernando, are on a roll, winners of five in a row.
The return of Big Ten play saw three teams suffer their first conference defeat. That leaves two unbeatens: Michigan and Michigan State, both 4-0. Get Jon Crispin's latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal, inside.
The NFL playoffs are set, and former Big Ten standouts are all over the rosters. There's 84 in all (not including Maryland, Nebraska and Rutgers players who were in school before entering B1G), paced by an even dozen for both Dallas and New Orleans.