National Signing Day is just hours away. See BTN.com senior editor Tom Dienhart's Q&A with Kevin Ryan, the Big Ten editor for 247Sports.com, inside.
Before #UMSigningDay, try to pin @CoachJim4UM's pen. Tweet screengrab using #PinThePen & be entered to win … https://t.co/sOinUR8SYj — Michigan Football (@umichfootball) February 3, 2015 Surely, you didn’t think someone affiliated with Ohio State would let Michigan’s recent Twitter promotion, pictured above, go without trolling it somehow, someway. It happened, and it was @Brutus_Buckeye trolling Ohio State’s biggest rival in grand fashion. The mascot of the national champions didn’t #PinThePen, as the tweet instructed; instead, he added his own little twist to the promotion, along with this text in his entry: “Probably not going to win, am I? #GoBucks.” Not
National Signing Day is Wednesday, in case you haven't heard. We know, you didn't need the reminder. Until tomorrow, enjoy these old signing day photos.
For the second time since 2013, Wisconsin finds itself in transition. Gary Andersen abruptly bolted for Oregon State after just two seasons in Madison.
Rutgers’ debut season in the Big Ten went better than most expected. Kyle Flood led the team to an 8-5 record capped by a bowl victory over North Carolina.
Super Bowl XLIX was an instant classic, and a pair of ex-Big Ten quarterbacks orchestrated much of the excitement. In the end, it was Tom Brady and the Patriots winning their fourth Super Bowl. See how former Big Ten stars played inside.
Ezekiel Elliott will forever have a reminder of Ohio State's unforgettable 2014 college football season. See Elliott's new tattoo inside.
The building project continues for Darrell Hazell at Purdue. There was progress from Year One to Year Two, as the Boilermakers went from 1-11 overall (0-8 Big Ten) in 2013 to 3-9 (1-7) last season.
Tom Brady cannot stop. That’s the title of a profile in The New York Times Magazine issue that went out to print subscribers today. It’s a great description of the New England Patriots quarterback and University of Michigan alum who will lead his team tonight in the Super Bowl for the sixth time in his 15-season career. As the headline would indicate, the article — which is worth reading in its entirety — explores some of the ways in which Brady can’t stop: his commitment to physical upkeep, his study of the game and his obsession with winning. What it
Thirteen former Big Ten players are listed on Super Bowl XLIX rosters, highlighted by star quarterbacks Tom Brady (Michigan) and Russell Wilson (Wisconsin).