Our annual summer football tour is headed to Minneapolis, Minnesota, to catch Tracy Claeys' first training camp.
The letters are flowing in as I am on the road for the Big Ten camp tour. I have questions about Penn State’s depth, Michigan State’s ability to develop talent and Michigan’s chances to beat Ohio State this season, among others. Let’s go!
Stop No. 9 on the BTN bus tour brought us to Nebraska practice Thursday. The Cornhuskers, fresh off a 6-7 season in Mike Riley's debut, return plenty of talent on a team trying to dethrone defending Big Ten West champ and rival Iowa.
LINCOLN, Neb. — Mike Riley is looking for more in his second season in Lincoln. His debut was marked by myriad close losses. The good news: The Huskers finished 2015 on a roll, capping the season with a big bowl win over UCLA. [ MORE: Get Tom Dienhart’s fun takes from Nebraska practice ] There are some good building blocks moving forward as Nebraska, which is searching for its first conference title of any sort since 1999, looks to make a move in the Big Ten West. Here is what I learned at Cornhusker practice. 1. This will be one
Before the premiere of "Green & White Days: Inside Michigan State Training Camp, presented by Meijer," at 7 p.m. ET tonight, BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart takes a look at a handful of Spartans' position battles that should be monitored this summer.
The BTN bus tour stopped in Iowa City, Iowa, on Wednesday to check out the defending Big Ten West champions. Get BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's fun takes from the physical practice inside.
The BTN bus tour hit all of the Big Ten East schools, and now it's time for the Big Ten West. First up, Iowa, which we visited Wednesday. See what BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart learned about the defending Big Ten West champ inside.
Before our tour hits Lincoln, Nebraska, on Thursday, @BTNStatsGuys wanted to share five fun nuggets about the Nebraska Cornhuskers entering the 2016 season.
The BTN summer football tour will be in Lincoln, Nebraska, on Thursday, to watch Mike Riley's second Cornhuskers team practice. See what BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart will have his eye on inside.
These are halcyon days in Iowa City, as the Hawkeyes take aim at repeating as Big Ten West champs. Iowa welcomes back a strong corps of players on both sides of the ball led by QB C.J. Beathard on offense and CB Desmond King on defense. But there are some concerns for the Hawkeyes. [ MORE: @BTNStatsGuys: 5 things to know about Iowa Hawkeyes ] Here are five areas I will watch at practice. 1. How does the kicking look? The Hawkeyes must replace K Marshall Koehn and punter Dillon Kidd. Koehn hit 16-of-20 field-goal attempts last season and was