Before Big Ten teams open up the the 2017-18 campaign, BTN analyst Jon Crispin wanted to share what he's feeling good about entering non-conference play.
We are almost to the halfway point of the season. Can you believe it? Week 7 offers an interesting array of tilts with just one marquee clash, as all eyes will be on Ohio State’s game at Nebraska.
It's no secret that Michigan and Michigan State don't like each other. The bitter rivals own one of the nation's best in-state rivalries. On Saturday night, though, the schools' marching bands combined for the halftime entertainment.
Michigan State is a fast-riser in my latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal. But Penn State and Wisconsin still rule the roost, while Ohio State continues to improve.
Fresh off its 14-10 win at Michigan, Michigan State debuts in the latest AP and Coaches' polls, released Sunday. The Spartans, No. 21/No. 22, join the usual quartet: No. 3/No. 3 Penn State, No. 7/No. 6 Wisconsin, No. 9/No. 8 Ohio State and No. 17/No. 16 Michigan.
Big day in the Big Ten. Ohio State, Wisconsin and Penn State keep building mojo, while Michigan falls. How good is Michigan State? And Purdue’s magical season continues. Get BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's Best of Week 6 inside.
Before we turn our attention to Week 7, it's time to revisit how the BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart and Big Ten fans did with their Week 6 Big Ten game predictions. For the fourth week in a row Dienhart and the fans tied, this time going 6-1, meaning the fans remain three games ahead of our guy.
Michigan State won the Paul Bunyan Trophy for the eighth time in their last 10 tries, holding on for a 14-10 win over rival Michigan.
The Big Ten has always been home to legendary coaches, and Tom Dienhart lists the best he's seen since 1990.
We're putting numbers through the old cruncher today, with a big assist from @BTNStatsGuys! A few stats for each team to help you sound like an expert: