Week 4 taught us a few things: Wisconsin is really good, Michigan State has work to do, Nebraska is lurking and Michigan is rolling. Here is a look at a busy Saturday. Biggest surprise: Most figured No. 11 Wisconsin had a chance to win at Michigan State. But no one envisioned the Badgers waltzing into East Lansing and blowing out the No. 8 Spartans, 30-6. It was complete and total domination by Wisconsin, which is now 4-0 and thinking big as it heads to No. 4 Michigan next week. This was Michigan State’s most lopsided defeat at Spartan Stadium since
Wisconsin’s big win at Michigan State has shaken up my latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal. Things don’t get any easier for the surging Badgers, as their October schedule looks like this: at Michigan; vs. Ohio State; at Iowa; vs. Nebraska. See my latest list below: 1. Ohio State (3-0, 0-0). The Buckeyes were off, fine-tuning a program that is humming along. Can this team be beaten? Last week: 1 Up next: vs. Rutgers 2. Wisconsin (4-0, 1-0). The Badgers suddenly look like a very dangerous team after demolishing the Spartans in East Lansing. And, how about Alex
A star was born today. His name? Alex Hornibrook. Remember it.
Growing up together in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Michelle McMahon and Mike Sadler became best friends. Now, the BTN reporter remembers the late Michigan State punter as a person who live life to the fullest. Watch her report and read more about their friendship.
Michigan State is set to take on Wisconsin in a top 15 matchup at noon ET Saturday on BTN. The school will honor former punter Mike Sadler by placing his No. 3 on the Spartan logo at midfield in Spartan Stadium.
The Big Ten is coming off a big week, notching three huge wins with Ohio State ripping Oklahoma, Michigan State eviscerating Notre Dame and Nebraska stuffing Oregon. Now, conference season begins.
Who wins Week 4 Big Ten football games? Jump inside to pick your winners for all of Saturday's games, including a quartet of Big Ten tilts.
The Big Ten takes the lid off conference action, as the league is playing nine Big Ten games for the first time since 1984. The headliner is No. 11 Wisconsin at No. 8 Michigan State (noon ET, BTN/BTN2Go).
Each Tuesday morning during the Big Ten football season, the 14 Big Ten football coaches hold a Big Ten teleconference with reporters from around the country. We post the audio for each segment of the call here.
Jerry Palm finally has a Big Ten team in the playoff of his latest bowl projections, slotting Ohio State No. 3 vs. No. 2 Clemson in the Fiesta Bowl.