Not all schedules are created equal. To that end, I wanted to take a look at how many bowl teams each Big Ten squad played this season.
Many felt this could have been a breakthrough season of sorts for Indiana coach Kevin Wilson. Get BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's 2014 Indiana football season review.
As we await the Big Ten’s 10 bowl games, BTN.com asked a beat writer from every team to participate in a five-part regular-season recap. Part II, the top play/moment for all 14 teams.
The 2014 Associated Press All-America Team was released Tuesday, and four Big Ten stars garnered first-team honors.
Ohio State paced the nation in attendance (106,296) in 2014, ending Michigan’s 16-year run on top. The Wolverines were No. 3.
As we await the Big Ten's 10 bowl games, BTN.com asked a beat writer from every team to participate in a five-part regular-season recap. Part I, the season-defining game for all 14 teams.
Players and head coaches have received more than their share of shoutouts since the 2014 regular season concluded. Now, it's time to give the assistant coaches some props.
What FBS schools would be considered to be “destination” jobs? According to BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart, there are 25 such jobs in America.
Which team had the ultimate college football fanbase in 2014? According to USAToday’s first Fan Index, it’s non other than Big Ten champ Ohio State. The Buckeyes topped the publication’s first-ever Fan Index, which combined fan voting and social media activity throughout the season to determine the rankings, ahead of Sugar Bowl opponent Alabama. Four other Big Ten programs landed in the top 15: Nebraska (No. 7), Michigan (No. 12), Penn State (No. 14), Wisconsin (No. 15). Check out where all of the Big Ten teams landed below 1. Ohio State 7. Nebraska 12. Michigan 14. Penn State 15. Wisconsin
Three Big Ten stars were honored on Thursday night at the Home Depot College Football Awards at the Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Read more here!