Injuries are a part of football. And sometimes, they can ruin a team’s season. Last season saw several key Big Ten players miss significant time due to injury. Here is a look at the top player from each squad who missed a lot of time after suffering an injury in 2016 and hopes for better times in 2017.
On Episode 7 of the Take Ten Podcast, former Wisconsin basketball player Ben Brust joined BTN.com's Alex Roux to talk about his budding acting career, last week's NBA Draft, the future of Badger hoops and more.
Wisconsin's athletic department has done fantastic community outreach for a long time, and Nigel Hayes' involvement in a specialized wish-granting program last season will leave a lasting legacy.
Not all schedules are created equally. And college football may be the sport most impacted by scheduling, especially in today's divisional setup. Get BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's ranking of the Big Ten West schedules inside.
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The word "explosive" comes to mind when one thinks of Melvin Gordon. The Wisconsin-turned-San Diego Chargers running back is an explosive runner and athlete. That's the case in the weight room, too.
A tough stretch of games can make or break a team’s season. Here is BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's pick for the “toughest stretch” of each Big Ten team’s schedule.
The NFL's countdown of the top 100 players entering the 2017 season is complete, and the Big Ten occupies 18 spots. No. 1 Tom Brady (Michigan) tops the list, while No. 7 Ezekiel Elliott (Ohio State) and No. 9 Le'Veon Bell (Michigan State) help give the Big Ten three top 10 players.
Four Big Ten players were selected in last week's NBA Draft, but some prominent names went undrafted. Where did the Big Ten's undrafted talent end up signing for the summer?
The Atlantic Coast and Big Ten Conferences on Monday announced the dates for the 19th annual Big Ten-ACC Challenge. The matchups, featuring all 14 Big Ten teams and all but one ACC member, were announced on June 8.