With the year coming to a close, it's time to take a look back at the Big Ten's top teams of 2014. See Tom Dienhart's top 5 list inside.
To celebrate the hiring of Jim Harbaugh, the Maize Rage is planning a "Khaki Out" for Tuesday night's Big Ten opener vs. Illinois.
Jim Harbaugh is expected to take the Michigan job, according to several reports. That being the case, check out these fun YouTube videos inside.
The Jim Harbaugh-to-Michigan reports are gaining steam, this after Bleacher Report, citing two members of the 49ers staff and a third NFL source, broke the news Saturday.
According to Bleacher Report, which cites two members of the 49ers coaching staff and a third NFL source, Jim Harbaugh is expected to become the next head coach at Michigan.
Jim Harbaugh is expected to take the Michigan job, according to Bleacher Report, which cites two members of the 49ers coaching staff and a third NFL source. Twenty-eight years after finishing his career at Michigan, Harbaugh appears to be returning to his college campus. Here’s a detailed look at Harbaugh’s trek back to Michigan, where he was the starting quarterback from 1984-86. 1987-2001 – Harbaugh spends 15 seasons in the NFL, mostly with the Chicago Bears and Indianapolis Colts. 2002-03 – Harbaugh enters the coaching field and serves as Oakland Raiders quarterbacks coach under Bill Callahan. 2004-06 – Harbaugh gets
One Wall Street Journal writer dressed up as Jim Harbaugh and walked the streets of Ann Arbor to talk to people about the possibility of the former Michigan quarterback being named the Wolverines' next head coach. See more inside!
It's Jim Harbaugh's birthday, and the Michigan football Twitter account (@umichfootball) sent birthday wishes to the former Wolverine.
With college football's bowl season just around the corner, BTN.com web editor Sean Merriman got in touch with media members from every Big Ten school and asked them for their picks of the top Big Ten bowl performers of all time.
As we await bowl season, BTN.com asked a beat writer from every team to participate in a five-part regular-season recap. Part V, the player to watch in 2015 for all 14 teams.