As you would suspect, the reaction to Jim Harbaugh’s hiring at Michigan created quite a wake around Big Ten country. Here are some reactions from various outlets. Let’s begin with some video of Harbaugh addressing the Crisler Center crowd at a basketball game on Tuesday. He’s already a rock star. And Harbaugh’s mojo must have helped the Wolverines rally to beat Illinois. Pennlive.com: Michigan’s coaching hire is a boon to the Big Ten and Penn State. NJ.com: Harbaugh’s contract takes Big Ten arms race to another level. Mlive.com: Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio acknowledged Harbaugh’s hiring, but he’s staying focused
Braxton Miller will be back with Ohio State in 2015, according to Urban Meyer. Speaking to the media this morning, Meyer indicated he had talked to Miller—who will be a senior next season--about the situation after he suffered a season-ending shoulder injury in August.
America loves the underdog. And it may love the upset even more. Welcome to Ohio State's world, where it is an underdog with a shot--maybe even a good one--to upset Alabama in the Sugar Bowl, writes BTN.com's Tom Dienhart.
This wasn’t how Maryland wanted to end its season, getting drubbed by Stanford, 45-21.
How big is Ohio State's Sugar Bowl matchup with Alabama? Check out the photo in this post!
Can you feel it Big Ten fans? The first annual College Football Playoff is almost here. Check out this Sugar Bowl video inside.
How did Michigan football players react to the hiring of Jim Harbaugh? See some of the best tweets we saw on Twitter inside.
Soon enough, it will be 2015. Before we officially flip the calendar, I wanted to take a look back at the top 2014 moments in Big Ten football and basketball.
Today is day for Michigan fans to celebrate the arrival of Jim Harbaugh. But let's look ahead to five things we can expect to see in the weeks, months and years ahead in Ann Arbor.
It's official: Jim Harbaugh is Michigan's coach. BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart calls it a game-changing move that immediately changes the power structure of Big Ten football.