You have questions, and I have answers in my weekly mailbag. Ohio State’s playoff chances are on the minds of many of you. And the excitement around Minnesota is tangible.
Michigan State’s loss to Ohio State likely killed any shot the Big Ten has to earn a playoff spot. Yes, the Buckeyes could get it in, but it will take a lot for that to happen.
There is a new team atop my latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal. And, it's white-hot Ohio State, of course!
J.T. Barrett is the Big Ten's best player. Minnesota isn't going away. See what else Tom Dienhart learned in Week 11.
It isn’t a Sunday without BTN analyst Gerry DiNardo’s latest installment of “Sunday Ruminations.” Get DiNardo’s Week 11 thoughts inside. Also, follow @gerrydinardo! Did you miss any Week 11 action? Don’t worry, our Big Ten scoreboard will get you all caught up. We also have your updated Big Ten standings, Big Ten statistics and major polls. Get our latest Week 11 coverage: INDIANA Sunday Ruminations #Hoosiers Looked liked the game plan with their present personnel was right on to put them in position to win. — Gerry DiNardo (@gerrydinardo) November 9, 2014 IOWA Sunday Ruminations #Hawkeyes Before it got ugly
How did the BTN.com team, guest picker Audrey Snyder and Big Ten fans do with their Week 11 Big Ten picks? Find out inside!
Every week, Tom Dienhart singles out the best from the week that was in the Big Ten. See his Week 11 installment inside.
Who were the top Big Ten individual performers in Week 11 of the college football season? Find out inside!
How did Jerry Kill celebrate Saturday's convincing rivalry win over Iowa? Just check out the dance moves inside.
Another week, another nominee for Big Ten catch of the year. Last week, it was Northwestern’s Mike McHugh putting his name into the discussion with a crazy catch at Iowa. This week, also against Iowa, it was Minnesota tight end Maxx Williams. Williams, somehow, managed to get a foot down AND hold onto the ball on a pass overthrown to him near the Iowa sideline. Incredible. This is right up there with McHugh’s, Jordan Westerkamp’s behind-the-back catch, Randy Edsall’s leaping sideline grab and Tony Lippett’s Willie Mays-esque highlight, among others. The catch was first ruled incomplete, but it was reviewed