The third installment of the College Football Playoff rankings was released Tuesday night, and the Big Ten continues to occupy 40 percent of the top 10.
Welcome to the penultimate week of the Big Ten schedule. And the stakes continue to get higher and higher, as the margin for error for division contenders decreases with the finish line in sight.
Though Nebraska needs help to reach the Big Ten championship game, it would double its 2015 regular-season win total if they it Maryland on Saturday and Iowa on the Friday after Thanksgiving.
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.
The Big Ten office released its Week 11 Big Ten players of the week on Monday morning. Iowa, which upset No. 3 Michigan, claimed three honors to dominate the superlatives.
An upset-filled Saturday didn’t have a huge impact on the playoff and bowl projections of Jerry Palm of CBSSports.com.
Michigan’s stunning 14-13 loss at Iowa means there is a new king in the Big Ten. It's a familiar one, at that, in Ohio State, which spent most of the season atop the list before losing at Penn State.
After a couple weeks of Michigan leading the Big Ten in the AP & Coaches polls, it's Ohio State's turn again. View both polls inside.
Before we turn our attention to Week 12, it's time to revisit how the BTN.com team and Big Ten fans did with their Week 11 Big Ten game predictions.
Tommy Armstrong Jr. led a 91-yard tiebreaking touchdown drive after being helped off the field with an ankle injury the previous series, and Kieron Williams' interception with 1:29 left secured No. 21 Nebraska's 24-17 victory over Minnesota on Saturday night.