What is your favorite Big Ten campus? BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart provides his list of the top seven college campuses in the Big Ten. Check it out!
Wallethub.com, a personal finance resource site, ranked East Lansing as the top college town for football fans. See where other Big Ten towns landed in this post!
It's time for Tom Dienhart to reach into his mailbag. Lots of football queries ruminating throughout the minds of Big Ten fans. There are some hoops, too. Let’s get to it!
How will Rutgers' QB race play out next season? What does Ohio State's 2015 projected depth chart look like? BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart points out the top stories on those topics in Tuesday's Big Ten links.
Jim Harbaugh appears to be enjoying being back on campus. The new Michigan coach spent some time with the Michigan band today, and he even played the piccolo.
Michigan turns the page to a new regime, as Jim Harbaugh has returned to his alma mater looking to restore luster to a program that hasn’t won the Big Ten since 2004.
With the sports world still buzzing about the New England Patriots and the inflation rates of NFL footballs, BTN.com's Tom Dienhart spoke with a few Big Ten coordinators about how they use their college footballs. Here's what he learned.
Big Ten fans love their campuses, and for good reason. The conference, after all, is home to some of the nation’s most beautiful and fun college towns. One site, schoolstreetposters.com, is selling school street posters that will make you think of your time on campus every time you look at it. Good thing is, the site has 10 Big Ten school maps available (click links to view and purchase): Ann Arbor, Bloomington, Champaign-Urbana, Columbus, East Lansing, Evanston, Iowa City, Madison, University Park, West Lafayette. So, if you’re in the market for a present for the Big Ten fan that has
Super Bowl XLIX is set, and it will be Seattle vs. New England battling Feb. 1 in Glendale, Arizona. That means we'll have an all-Big Ten QB Super Bowl.
The five most powerful conferences passed NCAA legislation that increases the value of an athletic scholarship by several thousand dollars to cover the federally determined actual cost of attendance.