Yesterday, we took a look at the Big Ten East receivers and tight ends. Now, we’ll check out the Big Ten West, where the jury remains out on several corps.
Lots of juicy matchups dot this week’s menu with Michigan State at Michigan and Nebraska at Minnesota leading the way. Get Tom Dienhart's early preview and game rankings inside!
The unit rankings continue with a look at the offensive lines in the Big Ten West. And it all begins with Minnesota—yes, Minnesota.
This is the first week of full-scale Big Ten action, with seven conference games. Highlighting the action is the large Big Ten West matchup of Wisconsin at Nebraska.
Week 5 features just one non-conference game, with Penn State hosting Army, and the Big Ten's first bye of the season (Rutgers).
he college football season is still a good three months away, but that isn't stopping publications from releasing their 2015 previews. Athlon Sports posted their picks Thursday.
The final week before all-out Big Ten action typically features a less-than-stellar slate of games, and this year will be no different.
As it had been rumored, the Big Ten is changing the format of its annual football media days in an attempt to better facilitate media coverage. See all of the details inside!
The Big Ten announced on Wednesday the 28 honorees named Outstanding Sportsmanship Award winners for the 2014-15 academic year. These standouts were chosen from a group of more than 350 students honored throughout the academic year who had displayed positive sportsmanship. One member of each varsity sports team on every campus was chosen by his or her institution as a Sportsmanship Award honoree, and two Outstanding Sportsmanship Award winners were then selected from each institution. All of the Sportsmanship Award winners have distinguished themselves through sportsmanship and ethical behavior. In addition, these honorees must be in good academic standing and
Not a lot of “wow” factor in Week 3, with Nebraska’s trip to Miami (Fla.) earning top billing. These programs twice battled for the national title, after the 1983 and 1994 seasons. Alas, neither program is of that ilk at the moment—no Tom Osborne, no Howard Schnellenberger, no Dennis Erickson … no legit national title dreams. Still, it will be a fun trip to south Florida for the Cornhuskers, who can send a message with a convincing win under first-year coach Mike Riley. [ MORE: Get all of Tom Dienhart’s Big Ten football coverage ] Pitt’s trip to Iowa will