The final College Football Playoff rankings were released Sunday afternoon, and the Big Ten was left out of the top 4. Alabama earned the fourth spot, the only one of the top four slots that had any drama entering the selection show.
Before we turn our attention to bowl season, it’s time to revisit how BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart and Big Ten fans did with their Big Ten title game predictions.
With the ink drying on the 2017 Big Ten season, why not look toward 2018? Which teams could be here next December? Don’t be shocked if we have a rematch of the 2016 Big Ten title tilt.
As Urban Meyer hoisted the Big Ten championship hardware above his head and cannons rained confetti onto the Lucas Oil Stadium Field, the realization sunk in: Ohio State is the Big Ten champion.
Six days after having surgery on his right knee, J.T. Barrett threw two touchdown passes, ran for another and had a crucial fourth-down conversion late in the game to give the Buckeyes a 27-21 victory over previously unbeaten No. 4 Wisconsin in Saturday's Big Ten championship game.
Scott Frost, the native son who quarterbacked Nebraska to a share of the national championship 20 years ago, is returning to the Cornhuskers as coach after orchestrating a stunning two-year turnaround at Central Florida.
Say “hello” to Scott Frost, the man who is gonna save Nebraska football. Well, at least that’s the hope. Nebraska named the program's former quarterback and UCF coach as Mike Riley's replacement.
We polled 105 Big Ten experts and asked them to predict the score of Saturday's Big Ten Football Championship. Tally: 53 picked Wisconsin, 52 selected Ohio State.
The conference announced the 2017 All-Big Ten defensive/special teams and offensive teams the last two days. The third and final day of the announcements is dedicated to the individual award winners. See all of the honorees inside.
How did Wisconsin and Ohio State make the title game? Here are the three games for each school that most shaped their road to Indianapolis.