There are nine bowl games featuring a Big Ten team this season, starting with the Quick Lane Bowl (Minnesota vs. Georgia Tech) on Dec. 26 and ending with the Rose Bowl (Ohio State vs. Washington) on New Year's Day.
The 2018 AP All-American team was released Monday, and 13 Big Ten stars earned first-, second- or third-team honors. Wisconsin's Jonathan Taylor and Beau Benzschawel and Purdue's Rondale Moore took home first-team honors to highlight the conference.
Maryland Football announced the hiring of Michael Locksley to be its head coach Tuesday. Locksley spent the last three years as an assistant on Alabama's offensive staff and had previously been on the Terrapins staff for a total of 10 years.
The 2 p.m. ET press conference will be streamed live on BTN2Go as well as BTN's Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages.
Big Ten champ Ohio State didn't make the College Football Playoff, but the Buckeyes got a pretty nice consolation prize in the 2019 Rose Bowl Game. The Buckeyes, who finished No. 6 in the final CFP rankings and face Pac-12 champ Washington in their first trip to Pasadena since the 2009 season, pace nine Big Ten bowl teams.
The Big Ten Conference released the all-Big Ten offensive teams on Wednesday on our “Big Ten Football & Beyond” show. Previously, the Big Ten released the 2018 defensive team and special teams on Tuesday. Unanimous selections are in ALL CAPS. 2018 All-Big Ten Football Offense (as selected by Big Ten coaches) 2018 All-Big Ten Football Offense (as selected by media)
With the Big Ten Football Championship Game coming up, the Big Ten Conference released the all-Big Ten defensive and special teams on Tuesday's "Big Ten Football & Beyond" show.
James Laurinaitis lays out his latest Big Ten Football Power Rankings presented by AercleorMittal.
On Sunday, Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer and Northwestern head coach Pat Fitzgerald held a Big Ten teleconference with reporters from around the country to look ahead to the Big Ten Football Championship Game. On Monday, Ohio State players Dwayne Haskins, Terry McLaurin and Dre’mont Jones and Northwestern players Clayton Thorson, Tommy Doles and Paddy Fisher field questions from the media.
The final week of the season's always special, because it's Rivalry Week. While The Game gets most of the headlines, there's no shortage of trophies up for grabs in the final week.