It's time for Tom Dienhart to reach into his mailbag. Lots of football queries ruminating throughout the minds of Big Ten fans. There are some hoops, too. Let’s get to it!
How will Rutgers' QB race play out next season? What does Ohio State's 2015 projected depth chart look like? BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart points out the top stories on those topics in Tuesday's Big Ten links.
If you're an Ohio State fan and you missed the national championship celebration Saturday morning at Ohio Stadium, the video inside is must-see stuff.
It was a wonderful scene at Ohio State's national championship celebration Saturday morning at Ohio Stadium. Watch the Buckeyes sing "Carmen Ohio" inside.
When Braxton Miller took the podium at Ohio State’s national championship celebration Saturday morning at Ohio Stadium, people listened carefully. [ MORE: Watch the Ohio State celebration again on BTN2Go! ] Would the 2012 and 2013 Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year and Silver Football Award winner put an end to the rumors and announce his decision to stay at Ohio State for his final year of eligibility? Heck, even the fans chanted “One More Year!” as Miller approached the podium and gathered himself before addressing the crowd. Miller’s message was quick. “Man, it’s a privilege and an honor
The first national champions of the College Football Playoff era have been honored. Ohio State held its national title celebration Saturday morning at Ohio Stadium.
With the sports world still buzzing about the New England Patriots and the inflation rates of NFL footballs, BTN.com's Tom Dienhart spoke with a few Big Ten coordinators about how they use their college footballs. Here's what he learned.
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer posted a must-see photo of Ezekiel Elliott and LeBron James doing the same celebration. Check it out inside this post!
Just one week after beating Oregon in the inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship, the Ohio State Buckeyes football program has already hung up a banner in their football facility. Check it out inside this post!
Dublin, Ohio, a city located about just less than 15 miles north of Columbus, recently renamed two streets in honor of the Buckeyes' national title.