Every week during the 2015 football season, BTN.com’s Tom Dienhart, Brent Yarina, Sean Merriman and a Big Ten beat writer make their Big Ten game predictions. [ MORE: Keys to Iowa victory | Keys to Michigan State victory | Big Ten title game, A-Z ] This week, Yahoo’s Dan Wetzel joins us to predict the fifth annual Big Ten title game. We also provide polls for Big Ten fans to select their winners. See our predictions below and scroll down to vote for your winners. Rotating Beat Writer: Dan Wetzel (@DanWetzel), sports.yahoo.com 2015 record: 92-20 Big Ten title game: Michigan
It was another great season for Big Ten football. One year after Ohio State won the inaugural College Football Playoff national title, the Big Ten has five teams in the top 15 of the final CFP rankings of the regular season. Even better: Three of those teams come in at No. 4 (Iowa), No. 5 (Michigan State) and No. 6 (Ohio State), with the Hawkeyes and Spartans meeting in the Big Ten title game Saturday night in Indianapolis. It should come as no surprise that another great season produced more than its share of unforgettable highlights. Relive the BTN.com team’s
On Wednesday’s episode of “The Journey: Big Ten Football 2015” at 9 p.m. ET tonight, it was a special Thanksgiving for Michigan State’s Shilique Calhoun as he prepared to play his final game in East Lansing. Did you know two former in-state high school rivals are closing out their careers on the same team? Meet Northwestern’s Dean Lowry and Dan Vitale. Also, take a trip back in time to 1969 and the legendary Michigan vs. Ohio State game and compare it to this year’s version of The Game. We also have game treatments from all the drama in the Big Ten East division. Are
No. 4 Iowa vs. No. 5 Michigan State. The Big Ten title game figures to be a great matchup. To preview the playoff play-in game, Tom Dienhart asked Big Ten coaches for their insights on both Iowa and Michigan State.
It was a good year for freshman running backs in the Big Ten. The best of the bunch, Penn State's Saquon Barkley, highlights our annual All-Big Ten Freshman Team. See the full team inside.
The College Football Playoff committee released its fifth set of rankings Tuesday night, and as expected, Iowa remains in the No. 4 spot in the poll. Michigan State remains No. 5 after beating Penn State, while Ohio State moved up to No. 6 after a commanding 42-13 win over Michigan.
One night after unveiling the 2015 All-Big Ten Defensive Team, BTN Live announced the official 2015 All-Big Ten Offensive Team and the remaining individual award winners Tuesday.
The last College Football Playoff rankings before the league championship games comes out tonight. And, there is still a chance the Big Ten could get two teams in the playoffs. Really.
Lots going on as we head toward the Big Ten title game. Speculation swirls around job openings at Maryland and Rutgers. And some people have a beef with my latest Big Ten Power Rankings. On to your love letters …
The Big Ten announced its postseason volleyball awards on Tuesday, with standouts from Minnesota, Nebraska and Wisconsin earning individual recognition following the conclusion of the 2015 regular season. Nine Big Ten teams will be competing in the NCAA tourney, starting Thursday. Read more about the tourney here. See the complete complete list of All-Big Ten honorees, individual award winners and Sportsmanship Award honorees below: PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Daly Santana, MINN DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Justine Wong-Orantes, NEB SETTER OF THE YEAR: Lauren Carlini, WIS FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Samantha Seliger-Swenson, MINN COACH OF THE YEAR (COACHES AND MEDIA):