The opening week of the 2017 season finally is here. All the speculation and conjecture are finished. It’s time to get down to business. And Week 1 should be revealing in many respects.
Smile, Big Ten fans, you’re on TV. And video proof is on its way to your phone. Starting with Thursday’s Buffalo at Minnesota showdown at TCF Bank Field (7 p.m., BTN), for the first time ever, fans who appear on Big Ten Network game telecasts can have their TV moment sent directly to their phone thanks to a free app called 15 Seconds of Fame (15SOF). Fans simply download the app through iTunes or Google Play, take a “selfie” when they sign up, and check in to the game that they are at. If they are filmed by BTN’s cameras
It’s game week … finally! And after visiting each Big Ten camp on the BTN bus tour and with the season on our doorstep, here is BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's premiere Power Poll.
It's only August, but our preseason coverage has me looking into my crystal ball to predict which stars will be hosting Big Ten hardware come season's end. Here are Tom Dienhart's top three candidates for the Big Ten's end-of-the-year superlatives.
After 20 days, roughly 3,700 miles, 14 practices and two pairs of lost sunglasses, it’s official: The 2017 Big Ten Network football bus tour is over. Here is a look back at the Best of the Tour.
One day after releasing its preseason top 25 poll, the AP released its preseason all-america team. Nine Big Ten stars made the list, including four first-teamers, headlined by Penn State RB Saquon Barkley.
The preseason AP poll was released Monday, and four Big Ten teams are ranked in the top 11. Ohio State leads the quintet at No. 2, behind top-ranked Alabama. See where the other Big Ten teams are ranked inside.
Paul Chryst took Wisconsin through a two-hour scrimmage under the lights in Camp Randall Stadium on Friday. The pads were popping. Here are some fun takes.
Wisconsin is the defending Big Ten West champ. And the Badgers have a good chance to repeat in 2017. Here are five things Tom Dienhart learned at Wisconsin practice.
Sometime early in training camp, Wisconsin linebacker Chris Orr launched himself into a pileup on the practice field during to make a tackle. He took a hit to his surgically repaired right knee during the scrum.