Several former Big Ten stars shined in Super Bowl LII on Sunday night in Minneapolis. Corey Clement (Wisconsin) and Brandon Graham (Michigan) had big nights to lead Philadelphia to its first Super Bowl crown. See how all one-time Big Ten stars performed inside.
Fifteen former Big Ten stars are on the active roster for Super Bowl LII. Five-time Super Bowl champion and former Michigan QB Tom Brady highlights the collection of one-time Big Ten standouts. The future Hall of Famer is making his eighth Super Bowl appearance.
Former Ohio State star and current Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier suffered a scary back injury last week that required spinal surgery. His team made sure to include him in the AFC North clinching locker room celebration, though, and you can watch the FaceTime inside.
Tom Brady knows how to make a difference, on and off the field. The former Michigan star and lone five-time winning Super Bowl quarterback showed it again following a recent training camp practice.
Kaminsky, a well-documented White Sox fan, showed off his arm at the Cubs-Sox series finale Thursday night at Guaranteed Rate Park. See the 85 m.p.h. toss inside.
The word "explosive" comes to mind when one thinks of Melvin Gordon. The Wisconsin-turned-San Diego Chargers running back is an explosive runner and athlete. That's the case in the weight room, too.
The NFL's countdown of the top 100 players entering the 2017 season is complete, and the Big Ten occupies 18 spots. No. 1 Tom Brady (Michigan) tops the list, while No. 7 Ezekiel Elliott (Ohio State) and No. 9 Le'Veon Bell (Michigan State) help give the Big Ten three top 10 players.
Tom Brady and family are vacationing in Beijing, and it sure looks like they are enjoying themselves. The vacation itinerary included some good old fashioned sumo wrestling.
Somehow, believe it or not, it's been six-plus years since Talor Battle suited up in a Penn State uniform. BTN.com's Brent Yarina catches up with one of Penn State's best in program history inside.
Jordan Hulls was part of the wave of talent that helped put Indiana basketball back on the proverbial map, and the Hoosier faithful loves him for it. BTN.com caught up with Hulls inside.