Players are honored with postseason all-conference squads. Why not coaches? BTN.com's Tom Dienhart offers his annual All-Big Ten Assistant Coaching Team inside.
Going to bowls has a lot of perks for programs. Another game to play, good exposure and extra practice time, among other things. But for the players, it’s all about the SWAG--Stuff We All Get.
Michigan and Ohio State took the top spots on the 2016 college football attendance list, while two other Big Ten programs saw some of the largest increases in the country.
Get ready for a classic Rose Bowl. It's Big Ten Champion Penn State (11-2, 8-1) vs. USC (9-3, 7-2) on Jan. 2 at 5 p.m. ET.
Big Ten teams will play in 10 bowl games. And, if you scan the rosters for all 10 Big Ten foes, you can put together a pretty impressive All-Big Ten Bowl Opponent Team. See BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's top opposing players inside.
Best bowl? Best QB matchup? Best chance for an upset? Best chance for a shootout? It’s all here and more in Tom Dienhart's Best of the Bowls!
Pressed for time during the holiday season? Sure you are! Who isn’t? What with the trip to Toys “R” Us to buy a Mr. Microphone and surfing the web for a good deal on a Zamfir pan flute CD, we all are busy. That’s why I’m here. Let me prioritize the Big Ten bowls for you, from best to worst. You’re welcome. 1. Fiesta Bowl: Ohio State vs. Clemson. Good luck trying to find a better postseason matchup than this. This playoff game between No. 2 seed Clemson and No. 3 Ohio State, the first team to make the playoff
The Chicago Tribune announced Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett and Penn State running back Saquon Barkley as co-recipients of their 2016 Silver Football award Thursday, given annually to the Big Ten's MVP.
Every game has a storyline, right? So what are they for the 10 Big Ten bowl teams? From Ohio State and its playoff matchup with Clemson in the Fiesta Bowl to Maryland and its battle vs. Boston College in the Quick Lane Bowl, here is what to watch for.
Ten Big Ten teams are bowling this postseason, including a record four in New Year's Six Bowls. The highlighter: No. 3 Ohio State playing No. 2 Clemson in the semifinals.