Move over, Penn State: Ohio State is the new king of the Big Ten. Do we really know how good Wisconsin is? It's time for BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal.
Everyone’s a fan of Iowa’s “First Quarter Wave.” New Minnesota coach P.J. Fleck may be near the top of the list. He made this much clear a few days before his Gophers traveled to play the Hawkeyes in the latest battle for the Floyd of Rosedale. Saturday night, Fleck had his entire team on the field to participate in the new Iowa tradition that features the entire stadium waving to the young patients at the UI Children’s Hospital watching from across the street. Watch the scene in the tweet below. This so amazing. Fans and teams waving to kids in
Before we turn our attention to Week 10, it’s time to revisit how BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart and Big Ten fans did with their Week 9 Big Ten game predictions. Dienhart went 5-2, while the fans went 3-4, which puts us in a tie atop the season standings.
If you like drama, the Big Ten provided plenty of it in Week 9. Four games came down to the final minute (or triple overtime, in Michigan State and Northwestern’s case), and three of them happened at the same time. It was crazy, really. Below, we spotlight Maryland, Nebraska, Northwestern and Ohio State celebrating their emotional Week 9 victories. MARYLAND Cue the hype. Cue Victory! #FTT pic.twitter.com/03UBhfJmpG — Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) October 29, 2017 *** NEBRASKA Never, never, never, never quit. Never.#GBR pic.twitter.com/DpxLx1xDPl — Nebraska Football (@HuskerFBNation) October 29, 2017 *** NORTHWESTERN You should know this by now: We win.
Tanner Lee found Stanley Morgan for a game-winning touchdown in the final seconds to complete a 12-point comeback in the fourth quarter.
Iowa out-lasted Minnesota 17-10 Saturday to keep the Floyd of Rosedale trophy for a third straight season.
It was billed as the "game of the year." And Ohio State's 39-38 win over Penn State was all that ... and then some. In the process, Buckeye quarterback J.T. Barrett showed why he may be the best player in America while keeping OSU's Big Ten and playoff dreams alive.
Clayton Thorson threw a 22-yard touchdown to Flynn Nagel in the third overtime, Nate Hall intercepted Brian Lewerke and Northwestern beat No. 16 Michigan State 39-31 on Saturday.
J.T. Barrett hit Marcus Baugh with a 16-yard touchdown pass with 1:48 left in the fourth quarter and No. 6 Ohio State rallied from 11 down in the final five minutes to hand No. 2 Penn State its first loss, 39-38 on Saturday.
Max Bortenschlager threw two touchdown passes, Jake Funk ran for a pair of fourth-quarter scores and Maryland outlasted Indiana 42-39 Saturday to keep the Hoosiers winless in the Big Ten.