Michigan State’s playoff stock continues to rise following another win. This week, I have the Spartans (6-1, 3-0) as a No. 3 seed playing in the Rose Bowl vs. No. 2 Ole Miss.
Big Ten mascots, you've done it again! And, you'll want to check out their "Shake It Off" parody.
You have questions, and I have answers in my weekly Big Ten Mailbag. One thing is certain: You all can’t wait for that Ohio State at Michigan State game. Neither can I!
The “Big Three” remain atop the Big Ten, as my latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal, feature little movement.
The latest Coaches Poll was released Sunday, and there's a new Big Ten team in the poll.
Michigan State is still the Big Ten's top team. There's a bit of definition in the wild West Division. See what else Tom Dienhart learned in Week 8 inside!
Week 8 is in the books, and the Big Ten remains in the playoff picture. Check out Tom Dienhart's popular weekly Big Ten recap inside!
It isn’t a Sunday without BTN analyst Gerry DiNardo’s latest installment of “Sunday Ruminations.” Get DiNardo’s Week 8 thoughts inside. Also, follow @gerrydinardo! Did you miss any Week 8 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. There were plenty of highlight plays in Week 8. Did you see the catch Maryland coach Randy Edsall made? In a word, wow! Michigan State’s Tony Lippett made an impressive grab, too. As did Ohio State’s Evan Spencer. Get our latest Week 8 coverage:
How did the BTN.com team, guest picker Brian Christopherson and Big Ten fans do with their Week 8 Big Ten picks? Find out inside!
What kind of a man was Nebraska quarterback Brook Berringer? Well, put it this way: Berringer was trending worldwide late Saturday night following BTN Original’s documentary “Unbeaten: The Life of Brook Berringer.” That says so much about Berringer’s character, the impact he had on people, and Big Ten/Nebraska fans. The film told the story of Berringer, an unheralded quarterback from the small town of Goodland, Kansas. A career backup, Berringer was the No. 2 quarterback behind Heisman Trophy candidate Tommie Frazier as the 1994 season unfolded. When Frazier was diagnosed with blood clots four games in to the season, Berringer