With the 2017 college football season ending late Monday night, in dramatic fashion, to boot, it's time to take a look at the annual way-too-early top 25 polls. Several of them are out, and reigning Big Ten champ Ohio State and reigning Big Ten West champ Wisconsin pace the Big Ten.
Just when BTN analyst Jon Crispin thought the top 2 in his Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal, were safe, Ohio State completely dismantles the No. 1 team in the country. See his full latest list inside.
The action is heating up as the Big Ten wades deeper into conference action. This week figures to go a long way in shaping the league race. Here is a look at the week ahead in the conference.
Isaiah Livers helped Michigan through a first-half struggle, and Moe Wagner scored 11 of his 14 points in the second to lift the Wolverines to a 79-69 victory over Illinois on Saturday.
Answering questions such as, "Do raccoons prefer a full moon?"
It’s never too early to start looking ahead to the 2018 season. So, here is an early, early, EARLY look at how Tom Dienhart thinks the Big Ten East will stack up.
When the Big Ten ditched the Legends and Leaders divisions that was based on competitive balance and went to a geographic East-West split in 2014, many felt the power went to the East with the presence of traditional powers Michigan, Ohio State and Penn State. And, that has played out on the field.
Michigan got 15 points apiece from Zavier Simpson and Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman as it went on the road and beat Iowa, 75-68, to reboot Big Ten play.
With another bowl season behind us - a highly successful one, at that - we decided to pick BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's brain about the conference's 7-1 performance. Get our full Q&A inside.
The Big Ten posted a glistening 7-1 mark in bowls. Only an Outback Bowl loss by Michigan on New Year’s Day kept the league from going 8-0. Bottom line: There was a lot to enjoy. Here is the Best of the Big Ten Bowl Season.