Penn State and Wisconsin roll on, while Maryland, Michigan State and Nebraska are upwardly mobile in my latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal.
The latest AP and Coaches polls were released Sunday, and the Big Ten continues to field four teams in the top 10. Penn State (No. 4/No. 4) paces the conference, while Michigan (No. 7/No. 7), Wisconsin (No. 9/No. 8) and Ohio State (No. 10/No. 9) round out the league's top 10 teams.
New environments require new science.
On a day when the Big Ten learned of the passing of Purdue icon Joe Tiller, the conference saw Penn State continue to dominate, Michigan State and Wisconsin make statements and Maryland show it has life even with a third-team QB.
Before we turn our attention to Week 6, it's time to revisit how the BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart and Big Ten fans did with their Week 5 Big Ten game predictions. For the third week in a row Dienhart and fans tied, this time going 4-2,
DaeSean Hamilton caught nine passes for 122 yards and three touchdowns and became Penn State's career receptions leader in the No. 4 Nittany Lions' 45-14 victory over Indiana on Saturday.
9, 33, 11-1. What do those numbers and others mean for Big Ten football this week? Come find out.
This week BTN.com's Tom Dienhart rolls out his ten favorite Big Ten football traditions.
The Big Ten Network and the Big Ten Conference, in conjunction with Learfield, today announced the creation of a groundbreaking new partnership through which BTN will offer sponsors and advertisers multimedia, marketing and corporate partnership opportunities associated with Big Ten events. The assets will include in-venue signage, official designations, corporate hospitality, digital and social media integration and on-site promotional activation along with print and radio inventory. Additionally, BTN’s own assets, including television spots, and those of the FOX-owned Home Team Sports, will be leveraged to provide a robust corporate partnership platform. Among the first brands to take advantage of the
The Big Ten Conference announced on Wednesday the 35 men’s basketball standouts, including 20 seniors, tentatively scheduled to attend Big Ten Men’s Basketball Media Day on Thursday, Oct. 19 at Madison Square Garden in New York City.