This is a blockbuster Saturday that merits some type of nickname. So, let’s go with “Shakedown Saturday.” Everywhere you turn, there is a big game, paced by Ohio State’s trip to Oklahoma, in what is the last full-blown Saturday of non-conference action.
If the Colorado-Michigan game Saturday afternoon (3:30 ET, BTN/BTN2Go) comes anything close to matching what the two programs gave us Tuesday on Twitter, college football fans are in luck.
Every week during the 2016 football season, the BTN.com team makes its Big Ten game predictions. We also provide polls for Big Ten fans to select their winners, and to compete with BTN's Tom Dienhart, Sean Merriman, the three-time reigning champ, and Brent Yarina all season long.
Each Tuesday morning during the Big Ten football season, the 14 Big Ten football coaches hold a Big Ten teleconference with reporters from around the country. We post the audio for each segment of the call here.
Michigan doesn't release a depth chart, so Colorado decided to have some fun with its Week 3 depth chart, filling it out with the names of movie and TV characters and former athletes.
The Big Ten office released its Week 2 players of the week on Monday morning. Check out all four of the honorees, plus watch their video highlights, here.
How about those Big Ten quarterbacks? Is it time for 0-2 Northwestern to panic? Here is what BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart is buying and selling in the Big Ten as we enter a big Week 3 that features several marquee matchups.
Time to check out the Big Ten bowl projections from Jerry Palm of CBSSports.com. For the second week in a row, Palm projects no Big Ten teams in the playoffs. He has No. 1 Alabama playing No. 4 Houston in the Peach Bowl and No. 2 Clemson vs. No. 3 Stanford in the Fiesta Bowl. Palm had 11 Big Ten teams in bowls last week; he has just 10 this week, with Northwestern falling out after an 0-2 start that has included losses to a MAC team and a FCS squad. Last week, Northwestern was projected to be in the
The Big Ten is off to a fantastic start, and the major polls continue to prove it. Five Big Ten teams are ranked in the top 12 (Coaches Poll) and top 13 (AP Poll) of the latest polls, released Sunday.
Save for one stunning upset—I’m looking at you, Northwestern—it was business as usual in the Big Ten in Week 2. As a result, there isn't much change in my latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal.