A very abbreviated week of action with just five games. Why? Iowa, Minnesota, Purdue and Michigan all are off. [ MORE: Best of Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4 | Week 5 | Week 6 | Week 7 ] Maryland and Penn State have a burgeoning rivalry. And last year’s meeting in State College helped fuel it. Maryland was hit with a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty before kickoff when its three captains refused to shake the hands of the three Nittany Lion captains gathered at midfield for the game’s coin toss. Maryland went on to
Yesterday, we took a look at the Big Ten East receivers and tight ends. Now, we’ll check out the Big Ten West, where the jury remains out on several corps.
John Clay was, well, John Clay, and J.J. Watt was making J.J. Watt-like plays. Relive Wisconsin's 2009 Champs Sports Bowl win over Miami at 8 p.m. ET Thursday on BTN/BTN2Go.
Lots of juicy matchups dot this week’s menu with Michigan State at Michigan and Nebraska at Minnesota leading the way. Get Tom Dienhart's early preview and game rankings inside!
The unit rankings continue with a look at the offensive lines in the Big Ten West. And it all begins with Minnesota—yes, Minnesota.
This is the first week of full-scale Big Ten action, with seven conference games. Highlighting the action is the large Big Ten West matchup of Wisconsin at Nebraska.
The Sirius XM 2015 Tradition Tournament bracket was released Monday afternoon, and a pair of Big Ten traditions claimed No. 1 seeds. [ MORE: Vote for your winners on Sirius XM’s Facebook page ] They should come as no surprise, too, as Wisconsin’s Jump Around and Ohio State’s Script Ohio are the field’s reigning champ and reigning runner-up, respectively. Nebraska’s sellout streak (No. 4 seed), Michigan’s Touch the Banner (No. 6), Michigan State’s The Izzone (No. 6) and Indiana’s candy stripe pants (No. 8) round out the Big Ten representatives. The bracket, now in its third year, includes 32 traditions
Week 5 features just one non-conference game, with Penn State hosting Army, and the Big Ten's first bye of the season (Rutgers).
From the cornfields of Nebraska to the vineyards — yes, vineyards — of New Jersey, agriculture is big business in B1G country. So it’s appropriate that Big Ten students will be serving as National Collegiate Agriculture Ambassadors through the National Future Farmers of America (FFA) Organization. The National FFA Organization is committed to providing support to students who want to pursue a career in the broad field of agriculture, which includes biology, chemistry, veterinary science and engineering in addition to traditional farming. It created the Agriculture Ambassadors program for college sophomores, juniors, seniors and graduate students who want to promote
A picture is worth a thousand words, and in the case of the University of Wisconsin’s Cool Science Image Contest, some of those words are going to be a bit lengthier than usual. The university launched this event four years ago with two goals in mind: showcase the artistry of scientific work, and educate the entire student body and faculty on important concepts in various technical, complex disciplines. Judges whittled the 115 submissions in this year’s competition down to a dozen winners — 11 still images and one video — to highlight the marriage of scientific imaging, art and science