The bowl slots are filled. All 38 matchups are set, including a Big Ten record-tying 10 bowls. See how Tom Dienhart ranks the Big Ten's 10 bowls inside.
The Big Ten has announced another step toward improving student-athlete welfare, approving a conference recommendation to establish enhanced concussion protocols.
A Big Ten record-tying 10 teams were selected to a bowl game Sunday, highlighted by Ohio State making the inaugural College Football Playoff.
Before we turn our attention to bowl season, it’s time to revisit how the BTN.com team and Big Ten fans did with their Big Ten championship game predictions. The results were not pretty for the BTN.com crew, which all predicted a Wisconsin victory. The Big Ten fans had it right, though. Sean Merriman (@BTNSean) 2014 record: 82-24 Big Ten title game pick: Wisconsin 31, Ohio State 24 Brent Yarina (@BTNBrentYarina) 2014 record: 78-28 Big Ten title game pick: Wisconsin 31, Ohio State 26 Big Ten fans 2014 record: 78-28 Big Ten title game pick: See poll below Tom Dienhart (@BTNTomDienhart)
Ohio State is in the inaugural College Football Playoff, it was announced Sunday, and several Buckeyes players tweeted their reaction to the news. Ohio State, the No. 4 seed, will face No. 1 Alabama, the SEC champ, in the Sugar Bowl. The winner of that game will face the victor of the Rose Bowl between No. 2 Oregon, the Pac-12 champ, and No. 3 Florida State, the ACC champ. The Buckeyes, as one would one expect, were pumped to hear their favorable playoff fate. See the tweets below. We in there baby !! — EzekielElliott#⃣1⃣5⃣ (@EzekielElliott) December 7, 2014 We
Ohio State is in! The field for the inaugural College Football Playoff was announced Sunday, and Big Ten champion Ohio State finished No. 4.
In just a couple of hours, the College Football Playoff selection committee will make it official. Will Ohio State make it? See what some of the nation's expert think inside.
INDIANAPOLIS — The ball zipped through the air, Wisconsin defensive backs tried for it, and Ohio State wide receivers grabbed it. Another throw, same result. It was that kind of night for Cardale Jones and Ohio State. As time passed, Ohio State’s College Football Playoff resume continued to grow and grow, until the clock hit 0:00 and the final scoreboard read 59-0 in favor of the Buckeyes. Dominance. The biggest story leading up to Saturday’s Big Ten championship game was how would Jones handle the pressure of making his first career start in the biggest game of the season? The
Jim Delany is a smart man. He knows what he’s doing at all times. So, when he took the microphone on Ohio State’s victorious podium following its emphatic 59-0 victory over Wisconsin on Saturday night at Lucas Oil Stadium, it was no surprise to hear him promote Ohio State as a playoff contender. Here’s the message Delany sent to the crowd, the TV audience and, most importantly, the selection committee watching in Texas: Let’s hear it for “one of the four best teams in the country.” Also, to no surprise, the fans loved Delany’s claim. But will Ohio State make
INDIANAPOLIS — Now we wait and wonder: Did Ohio State do enough to earn a golden ticket to the College Football Playoff? The No. 5 Buckeyes stated their case loud and clear with a 59-0 demolition of No. 14 Wisconsin in the Big Ten title game Saturday night at Lucas Oil Stadium. Look at OSU’s resume: wins over No. 8 Michigan State, No. 25 Minnesota and the Badgers, who rode a seven-game winning streak into Indy. The Buckeyes also can call themselves a champion. And, when it comes to the eyeball test, Ohio State passes with flying colors, often winning