With the sports world still buzzing about the New England Patriots and the inflation rates of NFL footballs, BTN.com's Tom Dienhart spoke with a few Big Ten coordinators about how they use their college footballs. Here's what he learned.
Big Ten fans love their campuses, and for good reason. The conference, after all, is home to some of the nation’s most beautiful and fun college towns. One site, schoolstreetposters.com, is selling school street posters that will make you think of your time on campus every time you look at it. Good thing is, the site has 10 Big Ten school maps available (click links to view and purchase): Ann Arbor, Bloomington, Champaign-Urbana, Columbus, East Lansing, Evanston, Iowa City, Madison, University Park, West Lafayette. So, if you’re in the market for a present for the Big Ten fan that has
The five most powerful conferences passed NCAA legislation that increases the value of an athletic scholarship by several thousand dollars to cover the federally determined actual cost of attendance.
BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart and web editor Sean Merriman came up with one burning question facing every Big Ten team heading into next season.
How will the Big Ten East race shape up in 2015? Find out BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's answer inside this post!
Historic? Tide turning? However you wanna label the Big Ten’s bowl season, it sent a message that the conference still carries a big stick and may be primed for a run of domination.
Decades ago, before there were collective bargaining agreements, television rights mega-deals and a galaxy of corporate sponsorships, players in the National Football League worked in other vocations during the offseason. Auto dealerships, real estate offices, corporate jobs — they went wherever they could leverage name recognition (even just a little bit) and make a buck for the half a year they weren’t playing football. And if they were lucky, those part-time gigs turned into full-time jobs when their playing days ended. Most NFL players now earn sizeable salaries, relatively speaking, both in comparison to their pro football forebears and today’s
With the New Year just about here, BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart is taking a look back at the bets of 2014 Big Ten football.
Big Ten fans were treated to several outstanding individual performances in 2014. But now we ask, who had the top individual 2014 seasons?
Indiana running back Tevin Coleman is leaving school early to enter the NFL draft. As a junior, Coleman rushed for 2,062 yards, a school record, and 15 touchdowns.