It’s rivalry week in the Big Ten and there is no grudge match bigger than Indiana vs. Purdue. Boilermaker freshman guard Carsen Edwards is new to this scene and Tom Dienhart talked to him leading up to the big game.
The wins just keep on coming for Northwestern, which is one of the hottest teams in the Big Ten as it continues what looks to be an historic season in Evanston. A big reason for that: Scottie Lindsey.
The Auckland, New Zealand, native has been the key cog for a Cornhuskers team that is 9-9 overall and 3-3 in the Big Ten.
This isn’t how Riley Bullough wanted his senior season to go. Not like this. Not with a losing record. Not without a bowl game. But, that’s the reality that’s staring the star Michigan State linebacker in the face as he preps to play the last two games of his Spartan career.
It’s a season of transition for Illinois, as Lovie Smith puts his stamp on a program looking to turn the corner and move up the food chain in the Big Ten West. And running back Kendrick Foster is doing his part.
Jonathan Celestin wants more. The Minnesota linebacker wants to lead his school to the Big Ten West title. And, it just might happen.
Northwestern is one of the hottest teams in the Big Ten, winners of three in a row. Up next: a trip to No. 6 Ohio State. Before the big test, BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart sat down with standout LB Anthony Walker.
Penn State junior cornerback Grant Haley and the Penn State defense have quite the test vs. No. 2 Ohio State on Saturday night. BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart caught up with the Atlanta product for a quick Q&A.
This season hasn’t gone as planned for Iowa and quarterback C.J. Beathard. But the Hawkeyes are coming off a big win, and they control their own destiny in a season that still has lots of promise for the defending Big Ten West champ
Meet Maryland’s Shane Cockerille, one of the most versatile players in America. The 6-2, 235-pound junior arrived in College Park, Maryland, as a heralded quarterback in 2013. Now, three years and two positions later, he finds himself as one of the Big Ten’s better linebackers. Cockerille is No. 8 in the Big Ten tackles, averaging eight per game with 32 stops. Not bad for a guy who is in his first year at the position. After redshirting in 2013, Cockerille saw some action under center in 2014. The next year, he was moved to fullback but also still saw some