An interesting Week 6in the Big Ten, as Iowa notched what may have been a season-saving win at Minnesota, Ohio State and Michigan rolled on, Purdue showed it means business and Michigan State continued to struggle.
Iowa may have just saved its season. Is that an overstatement in the wake of the Hawkeyes’ hard-fought 14-7 win Saturday at Minnesota? Perhaps. Still, the magnitude of this win for Iowa needs to be underscored.
Five weeks down, and Maryland, No. 4 Michigan, No. 12 Nebraska and No. 2 Ohio State remain perfect. Here is what I’m buying and selling post-Week 5.
This was the first full weekend of all Big Ten action. And big games dotted the map, including two OT tilts. None was bigger than Michigan’s win over Wisconsin to move to 5-0.
It’s the start of October, and Halloween isn’t far away. Perfect, because Ohio State is scary good. The Buckeyes’ 58-0 destruction of Rutgers on Saturday in Columbus was a fright fest for the rest of the Big Ten, writes BTN.com's Tom Dienhart.
Like it, hate or feel indifferent about, the National Anthem protests by athletes across America have had their desired effect of bringing awareness to how African-Americans are treated by law enforcement.
Wisconsin is an early-season surprise. Can the Badgers win the Big Ten West? Keep an eye on Nebraska. Northwestern’s fortunes haven’t been as kind. See what Tom Dienhart is buying and selling post-Week 4.
Week 4 taught us a few things: Wisconsin is really good, Michigan State has work to do, Nebraska is lurking and Michigan is rolling. Get my best of Week 4 inside.
A star was born today. His name? Alex Hornibrook. Remember it.
The Big Ten is riding a wave entering the fourth week of the season, as Ohio State, Michigan State and Nebraska all won huge games on Saturday. Here is what Tom Dienhart is buying and selling in the Big Ten.