Holding steady with no real changes in this week’s power poll, presented by ArcelorMittal. Ohio State and Iowa remain on course for a showdown in the Big Ten title game. But look at next week's schedule and tell me these rankings could look very different.
There was considerable movement this week for the six Big Ten teams ranked in both the latest AP and Coaches polls. The next Playoff Selection Committee Poll comes out Tuesday night. [ MORE: Big Ten scoreboard | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Highlights on YouTube | Week 11 Grades & Stock Report | Weekly polls | Week 11 top performers | Dienhart: Your move, Ohio State | Week 11: What We Learned | Latest Power Rankings | Bowl Projections ] In the Coaches Football Poll, Ohio State dropped to No. 2, Iowa moved to No. 6 from No. 8, Michigan
Our colleagues behind the Twitter account @BTNStatsGuys spend their Saturday’s looking up at the live football games and looking down at their research sheets. [ MORE: Best of Week 11 | Big Ten scoreboard | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Latest polls | Power Rankings | Bowl Projections | Week 11 picks revisited | Week 11 top performers | Dienhart: Your move, Ohio State | What Tom Dienhart learned | Week 11 honor roll | Gerry DiNardo tweets | Highlights on YouTube ] This week they came up with some gems around the Week 11 games, and we
It’s Sunday, so let’s get to Gerry DiNardo’s weekly Sunday Ruminations. [ MORE: Big Ten scoreboard | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Highlights on YouTube | Week 11 Grades & Stock Report | Weekly polls | Week 11 top performers | Dienhart: Your move, Ohio State | Week 11: What We Learned | Latest Power Rankings] The BTN analyst goes to Twitter every Sunday morning to give his 140-character analysis on each Big Ten team that was in action the previous day. Follow him here: @GerryDiNardo What did DiNardo see this week? Check out what the BTN analyst
Ohio State is building momentum. Michigan's Jake Rudock is in a groove. Do not sleep on Penn State. BTN.com's Tom Dienhart watched all of Saturday's games and touches on these points and much more in his insightful weekly "What I Learned" recap.
No big shocks this Saturday in the Big Ten, as Ohio State and Iowa remained unbeaten. Nebraska won two games in a row for the first time, while Michigan State got back on track, Michigan won the wildest Big Ten game of 2015 and Northwestern pushed its winning streak to three.
There are good days. There are great days. And then there is the type of day Iowa running back LeShun Daniels had against Minnesota on Saturday. [ MORE: Week 11 scoreboard | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats ] The Hawkeyes’ junior running back rushed for a career-high 195 yards and three touchdowns against the Gophers, but it was one special run that put the cherry on top. With Iowa leading 33-28 late in the game, Daniels took a handoff and broke off a huge 51-yard run to put the game away. Minnesota would go on to score late,
What a day of Big Ten football! [ MORE: Week 11 scoreboard | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats ] Fans were treated to some outstanding plays, incredible finishes, and of course, plenty of great individual standouts. Who tops this week’s list of top performers? Well, that’s what I’m here to tell you! Here are my top 10 individual performers from Week 11 of the Big Ten football season. 1. Jake Rudock, QB, Michigan. This guy was simply amazing in Michigan’s 48-41 win over Indiana. The Wolverines’ senior quarterback completed 33-of-46 passes for a career-high 440 yards and six
The No. 5-ranked Iowa Hawkeyes are breaking out some alternate uniforms for their primetime matchup against Minnesota tonight, and they are sharp! [ Watch Iowa vs. Minnesota at 8 p.m. ET on BTN/BTN2Go ] The tops are black with “Iowa” printed in gold, along with the numbers and the Nike swoosh. The Hawkeyes’ pants are also all black with the yellow Nike swoosh on the upper left side and the yellow Hawkeye logo on the right. The normal black Hawkeye helmet will be used with “ANF” printed inside an outline of state of Iowa. Check out the uniforms at the
The NCAA announced its qualifiers for the 2015 NCAA Cross Country Championships to be held on Saturday, Nov 21, with four women’s programs and three men’s squads representing the Big Ten Conference in a race for national titles. Five individual participants from conference schools will also take to the Tom Sawyer State Park course in Louisville, Ky. The women’s squad at Michigan captured its 10th regional crown with six Wolverines garnering All-Region honors at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional. Junior Erin Finn paced Michigan, finishing in fifth place with a 6K time of 20:44.3. Michigan will race at its 14th