We've posted the press conferences from Monday's Big Ten Football Media Day in the YouTube player at the top of this post as well as on our YouTube page. BTN coverage runs from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. ET Monday.
The 2016 Big Ten football season should be filled with plenty of outstanding storylines. How good will Michigan be? Is Ohio State the favorite? Can Michigan State repeat as Big Ten champions? The list goes on and on. But what is truly the most intriguing storyline heading into the 2016 Big Ten football season? I asked that very question to two of the best in the business: BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart and USA Today national college football reporter Nicole Auerbach. The three of us shared our answers below. Who do you agree with? Tweet me your answers, @BTNSean. What
What will Jim Harbaugh do next?
Jim Harbaugh responded to Nick Saban's comments on satellite camps, via Twitter. See what the Wolverines' coach had to say inside.
BTN.com's Sean Merriman goes one-on-one with ESPN's Tom VanHaaren to explain everything you need to know about satellite camps and where they stand today.
The Ohio State vs. Michigan rivalry continues to heat up, and it’s not even football season. Former Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott appeared on the Paul Finebaum show today. He spoke about the upcoming NFL Draft, where he is projected as the first running back to come off the board and a potential first round pick. But where things got really juicy is when Elliott was asked about Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines. “I’m tired of hearing about Coach Harbaugh, he needs to get in check with reality,” Elliott said about Michigan’s head coach. “You can’t talk smack
In Thursday's football news digest, coaches continue to chime in on the rule preventing satellite training camps while one TV and radio commentator is getting increasingly annoyed with Michigan's Jim Harbaugh. Also, Is Michigan State’s Malik McDowell the best defensive lineman in nation? And what is Ohio State working on improving now?
It was just four days ago when the NCAA Council voted to ban satellite camps across the country.
The SEC is afraid of Jim Harbaugh. It’s frightened, scared to death of the guy in the blue ball cap and khakis.
Michigan's spring break at IMG Academy, a one of a kind trip in college football that might never be allowed again, came to an end Friday night with an open-to-the-public practice that about drew about 5,000 members of Harbaugh Nation to the boarding school's campus.