National Signing Day is Wednesday, in case you haven't heard. We know, you didn't need the reminder. Until tomorrow, enjoy these old signing day photos.
A baker’s dozen worth of games dots the Big Ten menu this week, as the season chugs into the second half. See Tom Dienhart's ranking of this week's slate of games.
All but three teams have reached the midway point of their conference slates. See what Jess Settles' latest Big Ten Player Rankings looks like inside.
Each Monday morning during the Big Ten men’s basketball season, the 14 Big Ten men’s basketball coaches hold a Big Ten teleconference with reporters from around the country. We post the audio for each segment of the call here, and we do this every Monday afternoon.
As the Big Ten seasons hits the halfway point, clarity is needed. Perhaps definition will come to the conference chase this week. One thing is certain: Wisconsin remains the team to beat.
No. 5 Wisconsin sealed the season sweep of rival Iowa and No. 21 Indiana bounced back against Rutgers to highlight Saturday Big Ten’s action. Catch up on all of Saturday’s scores on our Big Ten scoreboard. In other action, Illinois held off Penn State, 60-58, Minnesota took down Nebraska, 60-42, and Purdue bested Northwestern, 68-60. Looking for the latest Big Ten standings? We have those right here. National polls? We have those, too. And here are the latest Big Ten statistical leaders. Use the links below to catch up on today’s action. WISCONSIN 74, IOWA 63: BOX | PBP |
A total of 13,603 fans packed the arena to see the 100th all-time meeting between the Hawkeyes and Gophers. Catch up on all the action inside this post!
Iowa WR Tevaun Smith set out to break Odell Beckham Jr.'s Guinness record of most one-handed catches in a minute. Check it out in this video.
The Big Ten suffered some key attrition with players declaring for the 2015 draft, which will be April 30-May 2 in Chicago. Tom Dienhart ranks the 11 Big Ten players who have declared for the NFL Draft.
Interesting take from Bleacher Report that says the Big Ten needs to fight back on recruiting rules that favor the SEC. The author of this piece, Greg Couch, says unofficial visits hurt Big Ten schools, who can’t get as many from top players as SEC schools on those “unofficials” because of proximity. Unofficial visits aren’t paid for by the school, so it’s cheaper for a recruit in the south to drive to many SEC schools than it is for them to fly to a Big Ten one. The story quotes BTN’s very own Gerry DiNardo, too. “The Big Ten can advocate for