[youtube https://youtu.be/lybuyMb55yY?list=PL2RRF9GtC9s3Y3eVqV2DlYjVJawTXSyZZ] What does Jim Harbaugh do to get his football team fired up before a Big Ten football clash? Want to find out? Now you can! Thanks to our exclusive Field Pass cameras only available with BTN2Go, Big Ten fans will get an early live look at both Michigan and Rutgers players and coaches one hour before Saturday’s game at 3:30 p.m. ET on BTN. This Field Pass link is also the same link you can use to watch the game live on BTN2Go. Check out examples of previous Field Pass sessions in the YouTube videos above. One hour before noon kickoff
In Friday's Big Ten news headlines, former Minnesota football coach Jerry Kill says on the radio that he is "hopeful and positive" that interim head coach Tracy Claeys will be given the job permanently. Also, could Michigan State be in trouble vs. Nebraska? How talented is Michigan's Jabril Peppers? And what will Cardale Jones do now that's he's the starting quarterback at Ohio State again? Catch up on all of these stories and more.
It’s a historical week for the Big Ten. With a 31-15 victory over Maryland last Saturday, Iowa continues to keep pace with Ohio State and Michigan State as the three remaining undefeated teams in the conference. But what makes this so special is that the Big Ten has three teams who have all reached 8-0 for the first time in 112 seasons. It was last accomplished in 1903 when Illinois, Minnesota and Northwestern all started a perfect 8-0. [ MORE: Week 10 previews | Week 10 scoreboard | Polls: Pick your Week 10 winners | Big Ten standings | Big
It’s a full load of games this Saturday, as all 14 teams are in action. But this comes with a warning: There is a noticeable lack of marquee appeal. Still, don’t be lulled to sleep. Ohio State, Michigan State and Iowa all look to continue their perfect marches. Will any of the unbeaten fall?
This season we rolled “Extreme Highlights,” a fun way to spotlight a few amazing plays from our Big Ten football games. If you follow the Big Ten Network on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, you’ve seen these fun plays throughout the fall. In case you haven’t seen them, we’ve compiled them below from our YouTube page (which you should also check out and keep an eye on all season). Keep an eye out for the following things: A disco ball, a jet pack, a brick wall, a bar of soap, a very large baseball glove, a magnet, and, well, so much
Time and again over the years, I have heard many coaches roll out the old quote “They play the games to remember in November.” Well, the calendar says November, so here are the seven biggest Big Ten games that will shape the league race down the stretch. Two of them go down this Saturday. Lots of good football left to go, and every game has major implications. 1. Michigan State at Ohio State, Nov. 21. The Big Ten’s 2015 version of the “Game of the Century.” This tilt has been circled on our calendars since the first college football preview mag
On Wednesday, BTN's Dave Revsine talked to Bill Hancock, College Football Playoff Executive Director, an they discussed the new championship sites, the latest rankings and more. Also, Pat Forde has news on Purdue's Darrell Hazell while Michigan State's offensive line appears to be healthier. What's sparked the improvement in Penn State's Christian Hackenberg lately? And Michigan expects Jake Rudock to play this weekend.
Who wins Week 10 Big Ten football games? See the BTN.com team's picks, including Northwestern writer Henry Bushnell, and cast your seven winners inside.
The college football season is coming down the stretch, and the Big Ten MVP argument is heating up.
We’ve reached the final month of the regular season, meaning it’s time to start considering the path to Indianapolis, home of the Big Ten title game. [ MORE: Week 10 previews | Week 10 scoreboard | Polls: Pick your Week 10 winners | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Latest polls | Power Rankings | Bowl Projections | Mailbag | Q&A: Jake Butt | View your team’s homepage ] With only four weeks left, Iowa, Michigan State and Ohio State are the only teams that control their destiny. The Big Ten West, as it stands, is Iowa’s to