The Big Ten coaches took the podium for the Week 3 teleconference before taking the field this weekend. Listen in here.
Who wins Week 3 Big Ten football games? See BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's Week 3 game predictions inside, plus cast your winners.
The Big Ten released its conference schedules for 2020 and 2021 on Tuesday afternoon. Let's take a look at each season's schedule, and highlight some of the interesting aspects.
Numbers, numbers, numbers. Who doesn’t like some good numbers to broaden their knowledge? BTN research guru Harold Shelton assembles some fascinating stats each week. And here is one for each team that will catch your eye.
The third and final week of full-blown non-conference games is here. And, after last week’s strong lineup of game, this week’s slate lacks much pizzazz. The best game looks like Wisconsin’s trip to BYU, but this isn’t a vintage Cougar squad as it is struggling on offense.
The Big Ten office released its Week 2 players of the week on Monday, and Wisconsin RB Jonathan Taylor claimed co-offensive player and freshman of the week laurels. See all of the honorees and get select video highlights inside.
There were some impressive efforts in Week 2. Is Penn State the best team in the Big Ten? I think so. Maryland continues to shine, along with Wisconsin. Illinois and Minnesota are 2-0. How will Ohio State rebound from an ugly home loss to Oklahoma?
There is no denying it: Penn State is the No. 1 team in my latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal. But keep an eye on Wisconsin, assuming it can get some consistent play in the passing game.
Before we turn our attention to Week 3, it's time to revisit how the BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart and Big Ten fans did with their Week 2 Big Ten game predictions. Big Ten fans went 11-3 to lead the way, while Dienhart limped to an 8-6 clip.
Nate Stanley threw a 5-yard TD pass to Ihmir Smith-Marsette in overtime and Iowa rallied to stun Iowa State 44-41 on Saturday, its third straight win over the rival Cyclones.