Time to check in on the playoff and bowl projections of Jerry Palm of CBSSports.com. There have been some big changes from last week, as 10--up from nine--Big Ten teams are penciled into the postseason. And many matchups have changed.
It basically was business as usual in the last week of full-blown non-conference games. And the power rankings reflect that—as well as a growing affinity for all things Michigan.
It’s Sunday, and that means it’s time for Gerry DiNardo’s weekly Sunday Ruminations. [ MORE: Best of Week 4 | Power Rankings | Week 4 picks revisited | What Tom Dienhart learned | Dienhart: Is it time to fear Michigan? | Gerry DiNardo tweets | Latest polls | Week 4 scores | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Week 4 top stars | Week 4 uniform designs | Derek Jeter attends Michigan game ] The BTN analyst goes to Twitter every Sunday morning to give his 140-character analysis on each Big Ten team. What did DiNardo glean in
With 14 games in Week 4, the final week on full-on non-conference play, there was a lot to learn this Saturday in the Big Ten. See what BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart learned inside.
Before we turn our attention to Week 5, it's time to revisit how the BTN.com team, Maryland beat writer Roman Stubbs and Big Ten fans did with their Week 4 Big Ten predictions. See the updated standings inside.
The Big Ten put a lid on almost all of its non-league play (just two games left) in Week 4. And, it was impossible not to notice the dominance of Michigan. Check out BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's fun roundup of Week 4 Big Ten action.
What a day of Big Ten football! [ MORE: Best of Week 4 | Week 4 picks revisited | Dienhart: Is it time to fear Michigan? | What Tom Dienhart learned | Week 4 scoreboard | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Week 4 top stars | Week 4 uniform designs | Derek Jeter attends Michigan game ] The conference finished 12-2 on Saturday, highlighted by Michigan’s impressive 31-0 victory over BYU. With 14 total games on the slate, there were plenty of outstanding individual performances as well. Here is a look at my top 10 performers from
Michigan shut out BYU, 31-0, and No. 2 Michigan State pulled away from Central Michigan, 30-10, to highlight early Week 4 Big Ten action. Also, here are today’s later games on BTN/BTN2Go: San Diego State at Penn State, Ohio at Minnesota, Ball State at Northwestern, and Hawaii at Wisconsin. Looking for available live in-game highlights? We got them! Check us out on YouTube and on Facebook and on Twitter (use the links below for school Twitter accounts): Illinois football highlights Indiana football highlights Iowa football highlights Maryland football highlights Michigan football highlights Michigan State football highlights Minnesota football highlights Nebraska football
Week 4 is on our doorstep—and it’s the last round of non-conference games. After this Saturday, most schools should have a pretty good idea of what type of team they have heading into Big Ten action. [ MORE: Week 4 scoreboard | Week 4 previews | Polls: Pick Week 4 winners | Q&A: Jordan Canzeri | Power Rankings | Bowl Projections | Player Rankings | Latest polls | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats ] Here are some hard takes entering a hefty Saturday of action that features 14 games. 1. It took a few days, but Urban Meyer
It sounds like a supervillain’s doomsday weapon: a device that’s over a kilometer in length and produces radioactive laser beams that are “more than a trillion times brighter than the sun.” In fact, it’s an XFEL (X-ray free-electron laser) machine, and it’s helping University of Nebraska professor Matthias Fuchs rock the scientific world with new insights into some of the most fundamental elements of our universe. “I feel I have new ideas that can be game-changing,” he said of his upcoming work. “I’m betting my career on that … I’m very confident it will work. There are issues, but I