BTN's morning and evening shows to originate live from High Point Solutions Stadium when renewed East Coast rivals Penn State and Rutgers clash this Saturday night on BTN for the first time since 1995.
Each Tuesday morning during the Big Ten football season, the 14 Big Ten football coaches hold a Big Ten teleconference with reporters from around the country.
It's time to turn our focus to Week 3. We have our first Big Ten game and a couple rivalry games, too. Get our expert's previews and game rankings.
The Cincinnati Bengals will sell Devon Still's No. 75 jersey, with all proceeds going to support pediatric cancer research and the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.
The NCAA announced Monday that Penn State’s postseason ban has been lifted effective immediately. Also, the school’s full complement of football scholarships will be restored for the 2015 season.
Don’t forget about Penn State in the East Division. The NCAA announced early Monday afternoon that it has restored Penn State’s postseason eligibility, effective immediately, and has returned all 85 scholarships, starting in 2015. Read full release. Moments later, the Big Ten announced Penn State was eligible for this year’s Big Ten title game. [ MORE: Penn State fans: Learn how to reserve title game tickets! ] Here are the @NCAA tweets: Due to Penn State’s progress in ensuring athletics dept functions with integrity, NCAA immediately restores football postseason eligibility. — NCAA (@NCAA) September 8, 2014 The NCAA has also
Week 2 is in the books. And, what a crazy week it was. The Big Ten's 8-5 record made this week's Power Rankings no easy task. The top two remains the same, but after that, it's really anyone's guess.
The results are in, and now it's time to see how the BTN.com team and Big Ten fans did with their Week 2 game predictions. Find out inside!
It's time for Tom Dienhart's Week 2 Big Ten honors, grades and stock reports. Find it all in here!
The state of Florida has the third-highest number of low-income working families with children in the country, behind only California and Texas, and with the economic instability of the past few years, that statistic has grown steadily. That’s where former Penn State All-American O.J. McDuffie is trying to help. With the poverty rate in South Florida much higher than the state as a whole and nearly twice the national average, McDuffie’s Catch 81 Foundation focuses on the region’s underserved and underprivileged children. The Catch 81 Foundation is a not-for-profit public fundraising organization that raises money for children’s charitable causes in