Week 6 is filled with seven games, six Big Ten contests and one non-league title. And there are two marquee contests: Wisconsin at Nebraska and Michigan State at Michigan. Penn State’s trip to Northwestern drips with intrigue, too.
The Big Ten office released its Week 5 Big Ten award winners Monday, and every recipient is a first-time honoree. See all of the winners and watch select video highlights below.
Iowa's "First Quarter Wave" is an immediate hit, and for good reason. Turns out, the tradition works on the road, too. After all, the patients are likely watching the game on TV at the hospital.
Penn State and Wisconsin roll on, while Maryland, Michigan State and Nebraska are upwardly mobile in my latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal.
On a day when the Big Ten learned of the passing of Purdue icon Joe Tiller, the conference saw Penn State continue to dominate, Michigan State and Wisconsin make statements and Maryland show it has life even with a third-team QB.
Before we turn our attention to Week 6, it's time to revisit how the BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart and Big Ten fans did with their Week 5 Big Ten game predictions. For the third week in a row Dienhart and fans tied, this time going 4-2,
The Spartans needed this. And Michigan State players will lay their heads on their pillows tonight knowing things may be OK this season coming off what can best be described as a workmanlike 17-10 victory over Iowa in East Lansing.
Brian Lewerke threw two touchdown passes to Felton Davis in the first quarter, and Michigan State held on for a 17-10 victory over Iowa on Saturday. The Spartans (3-1, 1-0 Big Ten) dominated early, and their defense forced two crucial turnovers in the third quarter.
9, 33, 11-1. What do those numbers and others mean for Big Ten football this week? Come find out.
This week BTN.com's Tom Dienhart rolls out his ten favorite Big Ten football traditions.