Who wins Week 3 Big Ten football games? This week, Iowa beat writer Scott Dochterman joins the BTN.com team's weekly game predictions feature. Cast your votes inside, too.
Rutgers has suspended football coach Kyle Flood for three games and fined him $50,000, school president Robert Barchi announced Wednesday. Read the full release inside.
Marvin McNutt is one of the recent greats to don Iowa's black and gold. We caught up with the former Iowa wide receiver to talk about Hawkeyes, Tyler Sash and his favorite Iowa memory.
Week 3 offers some intriguing matchups—and it also has the first Big Ten game of the year with Rutgers at Penn State opening conference play for the second consecutive season.
It was just a season … but it felt like an eternity for Northwestern wideout Christian Jones. The veteran wide receiver is back now, though, and he and his teammates have lofty goals this fall.
Trash talk? Between Northwestern and Duke? This is sweet. You know what they say: If you live long enough, you’ll see everything. Turns out Wildcats DE Ifeadi Odenigbo said he expects NU to shutout Duke. Blue Devils RB Shaun Wilson fired back on Twitter. So far this season, Northwestern has allowed just six points (two field goals), while Duke has averaged 46 in its first two contests. The Blue Devils have been held scoreless just once under head coach David Cutcliffe. I actually can’t wait for this game! *** I am a sucker for nostalgia. So, that’s why I pass
Each Tuesday morning during the Big Ten football season, the 14 Big Ten football coaches hold a Big Ten teleconference with reporters from around the country. We post the audio for each segment of the call here.
Big Ten fans were treated to several outstanding performances in Week 2, and now, with Week 3 ahead, it’s time for BTN senior writer Tom Dienhart and web editor Sean Merriman to release their updated Big Ten Player Rankings.
Week 2 was a successful one for the Big Ten. Not only did Michigan State exact revenge on defending national runner-up Oregon, but four Big Ten teams recorded shutouts.
It was a great opening week of the NFL season for former Big Ten players. Tom Brady (Michigan) started it off with four touchdown passes and Carlos Hyde (Ohio State) finished it with 168 yards and two touchdowns.