Maryland's maiden Big Ten voyage is a success. Jerry Kill might be the Big Ten's best coach. See what else our guy learned Saturday.
How did the BTN.com team, guest picker Mike Carmin and Big Ten fans do with their Week 13 Big Ten picks? Find out inside!
Ohio State hasn’t lost a Big Ten regular-season game since Nov. 26, 2011, a span that includes a Big Ten-record 23 straight wins following Saturday’s 42-27 victory over Indiana. To get a sense of just how long ago Ohio State’s last Big Ten loss was, here’s some context. It’s been 1,093 days. Ohio State quarterbacks have accounted for 132 touchdowns. Devin Gardner was wearing No. 7, his first of three numbers. Jared Sullinger was in his final year in Columbus. Nick Swisher was still with the New York Yankees. Robert Griffin III was on his way to winning the Heisman
What was the biggest Week 13 surprise? How about the biggest disappointment? Check out Tom Dienhart's weekly Big Ten recap.
Week 13 is in the books, and Ohio State has clinched a berth in the Big Ten title game. The Buckeyes will play the winner of next week’s Minnesota-Wisconsin game on BTN. Relive all of the Week 13 action on our Big Ten scoreboard. Here are today’s full results: Wisconsin edged Iowa and Maryland rallied past Michigan in afternoon action. In a busy slate of early action, Ohio State took down Indiana, Michigan State rolled Rutgers, Minnesota stunned Nebraska, Illinois nipped Penn State and Northwestern dropped Purdue. Get links to catch up on all of the Week 13 games below.
Jalin Marshall entered Saturday’s game vs. Indiana with four touchdowns. He matched that total in the second half of Ohio State’s 42-27 victory. Or, to be more exact, in the final 17:20. It all started with a 54-yard punt return to give the highly favored Buckeyes the 21-20 lead with 2:20 left in the third quarter. From there, it was all Marshall, as he scored on a six-yard shovel pass, a silly one-handed 15-yard scoring strike and, to finish it all off, a 54-yard reception, also on a shovel pass. It was just the kind of performance Marshall was looking
A new episode of “Big Ten Elite” spotlighting the 1996 11-1 Ohio State football team airs Sunday night at 9 p.m. ET. In the extended video clip in this post, watch key members of that Buckeyes team describe the tough loss to Michigan before the Buckeyes went on to the Rose Bowl. The 1996 Buckeyes opened the season with 10 straight wins highlighted by back-to-back triumphs over Notre Dame and Penn State. After losing 13-9 to the Wolverines, the Buckeyes capped off their season with a thrilling come-from-behind win against Jake Plummer and Arizona State in Pasadena. Ohio State finished
Is Tom Dienhart buying or selling Urban Meyer as the Big Ten Coach of the Year? What about Michigan and Northwestern's bowl hopes? See his thoughts inside!
The final two weeks of the season are on our doorstep. Ohio State remains in firm control of the East Division. But the West is up for grabs among four schools.
Welcome to Week 13, the first time all 14 teams are in action during the conference season. We have a trio of games on BTN/BTN2Go, including two at noon ET: Indiana at No. 6 Ohio State (watch live on BTN2Go) and Rutgers at No. 11 Michigan State (watch live on BTN2Go). To make sure which game you will get at noon ET, use BTN’s GameFinder. Our other game, at 3:30 p.m. ET, is Maryland at Michigan (watch live on BTN2Go). The Wolverines, one win away from bowl eligibility, will be looking to punch their postseason ticket. Just follow the instructions