Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa and running back Ezekiel Elliott will skip their senior seasons and declare for the NFL draft.
Cardale Jones hinted at leaving Ohio State for the NFL after the Buckeyes lost to Michigan State. He made it more concrete on Wednesday, telling reporters he will skip his senior season and declare for the NFL draft.
Ohio State freshman big man Daniel Giddens put on a dunk show in the first half of the Buckeyes’ Big Ten opener against Minnesota on Wednesday night. [ MORE: Check out other #BTNStandout performances ] The first highlight-reel dunk from Giddens came early on in the first half with Ohio State holding onto a 13-4 lead over the Gophers. JaQuan Lyle threw a picture-perfect alley-oop pass that Giddens grabbed and threw down a thunderous two-handed reverse dunk. Check it out in the video below. As good as Giddens’ first dunk was, his second one was arguably even more impressive. This
Ohio State is set to take on Notre Dame in the Fiesta Bowl, which is one of the most anticipated matchups of this bowl season. J.T. Barrett and the Buckeyes will go up against Jaylon Smith and the Irish defense in a game featuring two of the most storied programs in college football history. In anticipation for the game, Ohio State put together an incredible hype video on Wednesday afternoon. Check out the entire video at the top of this post. Ohio State and Notre Dame will kick things off at 1 p.m. ET on Friday. Enjoy, Buckeye fans!
There were five Big Ten basketball games on Wednesday, highlighted by Ohio State’s impressive 78-63 victory over Minnesota on BTN. In other action: Indiana topped Rutgers in the first game of the day, 79-72. Michigan followed with an impressive 78-68 win over Illinois, Northwestern picked up an 81-72 road victory over Nebraska, and Maryland came back to top Penn State, 70-64. You can catch up on the other four games with our live men’s basketball scoreboard. Also, look in on the latest standings and stat leaders. Check out some of the top highlights from Wednesday’s Big Ten men’s basketball games. And don’t
BTN's Shelley Till rolls out her first weekly Big Ten Women's Basketball Report for BTN.com with a look at the top teams as the Big Ten moves into conference season. Read her latest thoughts and follow her on Twitter (@ShelleyTill) .
Enter the Buffalo Wild Wings Big Ten Trip to the Tournament Sweepstakes daily for a chance at weekly prizes as well as a grand prize of trip for two to the 2016 Big Ten Tournament. Each week one winner will win a $100 Big Ten Network Store gift card. The grand prize is a trip for two to the 2016 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament held from March 9 to March 13 in Indianapolis. Enter every day. Full rules are here. And you can enter the sweepstakes here.
The Holidays are a great time to spend with family and friends reflecting on the past year, with hope and excitement for the upcoming year and of course…..WRESTLING!! This upcoming week is one of the best weeks on the college wrestling mats. It begins with the 53rd annual Ken Kraft Midlands Championships at Welsh-Ryan Arena in Evanston. [ MORE: View the complete Midlands brackets (PDF) ] The two-day event begins Tuesday with the championship matches Wednesday night. More than 400 wrestlers are expected to compete, making it the largest field in the tournament’s history. Iowa has set the team scoring
With Big Ten conference play tipping off Tuesday night, it’s time to take a look back at the best from an entertaining and successful non-conference season. There were several highlights along the way to today, none bigger than Michigan State cruising to a program-best 13-0 start on its way to sitting atop the national polls. Also of note: The Big Ten registered victories over Kansas (Michigan State) and Kentucky (Ohio State), and it won the Big Ten/ACC Challenge, 8-6, running its unbeaten streak in the annual series to seven seasons. Get BTN analysts Jon Crispin and Jess Settles’ best of
Not all Big Ten conference schedules are created equally. And, that doesn’t make for a fair and level playing field when it comes to crowning a conference champion. But, no one said life is fair. Back before the conference expanded beyond 10 teams, the Big Ten had a nice cut-and-dried system that saw every school play twice—home and road. It was scheduling perfection. But as the league has grown, a round-robin schedule hasn’t been possible. Now, with a 14-team conference, Big Ten squads play five teams twice and eight teams once (four home; four road). And, depending on the rise