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Big Ten announces revamped bowl lineup

The Big Ten unveiled its most diverse postseason lineup in conference history on Tuesday, with at least 11 different bowl partners spread across the country beginning with the 2020 college football season.

See Big Ten names on 2020 College Football Hall of Fame ballot

Sixteen former Big Ten stars are on the 2020 College Football Hall of Fame ballot, it was announced Monday. First-timers include two-time Big Ten DPOY and current BTN analyst James Laurinaitis (Ohio State) and former Indiana QB Antwaan Randle El.

View the matchups for the 2019 Gavitt Games

The matchups for the 2019 Gavitt Games were released Wednesday afternoon, and the fifth year of the series between the Big Ten and BIG EAST will be played November 11-14. It all starts with DePaul at Iowa on Monday, Nov. 11, with at least two games a night Tuesday-Thursday.

Five Big Ten teams make 2019 NCAA Baseball Tournament

The NCAA Division I Baseball Committee announced the field of 64 on Monday, with five Big Ten teams selected. Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Nebraska earned at-large berths, while Ohio State claimed the conference’s automatic bid after winning the Big Ten Tournament title on Sunday.

Ohio State makes history, claims 2019 Big Ten Baseball Tournament

The seventh-seeded Ohio State baseball team won the 2019 Big Ten Tournament title after posting a 3-1 win over fifth-seeded Nebraska in the championship game Sunday at TD Ameritrade Park. The Buckeyes became the lowest seed to ever win the tournament.

Check out the 2019 All-Big Ten Baseball Team

The Big Ten, on Tuesday, announced the 2019 All-Big Ten Baseball teams, as selected by the conference coaches. The complete list of All-Big Ten teams and award winners can be found inside.

Check out the 2019 All-Big Ten softball teams

The Big Ten announced the 2019 All-Big Ten Softball Teams and individual awards Wednesday, with Minnesota, Northwestern and Wisconsin earning individual accolades through a vote of the conference’s 14 head coaches.