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
So, Ohio State is for real – if there was any doubt. No. 14 Ohio State toppled No. 8 Michigan State to highlight the Week 11 slate, while Michigan held off Northwestern, Penn State survived Indiana, Minnesota blew out Iowa and Wisconsin downed Purdue. Catch up on all of the Week 11 action on our Big Ten scoreboard. Here’s a look at what Big Ten teams wore Saturday. Don’t forget about our Week 11 photo gallery, either. Also, get caught up on all of our top Week 11 coverage. Illinois, Maryland, Nebraska and Rutgers were off this week. Get links
Like bold predictions? Of course, you do! Well, BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart offers his Week 11 bold predictions and observations in this post.
With a tip of the hat to hype king Don King, let’s go ahead and call Ohio State’s trip to Michigan State the “game of the year” in the Big Ten.
Who wins Week 11 Big Ten games? See our team's picks and select your winners inside!
Ready for Week 11? Get Tom Dienhart's previews and game rankings for all five of Saturday's Big Ten games inside.
Week 10 is in the books, and I still have Michigan State in the Rose Bowl Game of my latest Big Ten Bowl Projections. Check out my complete list inside.
There's not much movement in Tom Dienhart's latest Power Rankings, but Wisconsin has taken over the No. 3 spot, behind the two Big Ten East powers.