Before we enter rivalry week, also the final week of the regular season, BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart shares what he is buying and selling the Big Ten.
No big surprises in Week 12, as the leaders in both divisions held serve. Now, Wisconsin and Michigan can wrap up the West and East titles, respectively, with wins next week.
It’s all about surviving and advancing in November. And that’s exactly what Ohio State did in Saturday's 17-16 win at Big Ten East rival Michigan State.
There's only two weeks remaining in the college football regular season, believe it or not, and here's what I’m buying and selling as we head into Week 12.
A wild Saturday saw Michigan be one of three Top Four unbeaten teams get beaten. The Wolverines’ last-second loss at Iowa makes things more interesting in the Big Ten East. The West? Well, Wisconsin is in firm control.
It was a crazy Saturday in college football, as No. 2 Clemson, No. 3 Michigan and No. 4 Washington all lost, promising big changes in next week’s College Football Playoff poll. It was the first time since October 1985 that three top-four teams lost on the same day.
If you’re scoring at home, that’s six wins in a row for Penn State—the first time since 1994 that the program has won six Big Ten games in succession. But this 45-31 victory at Indiana may have been one of the more impressive of them all for what has become one of the most surprising teams.
Ten weeks are in the books, believe it or not. As we head toward Week 11, which features another full slate, BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart shares what he's buying and selling.
All 14 teams were action. And Ohio State, Penn State, Wisconsin and Michigan all sent loud messages. In fact, the Badgers look to be settling in as the best in the West.
Wisconsin wanted this one. It was tired of losing to Northwestern. It wasn’t going to be denied. And, it wasn't en route to a 21-7 victory in Evanston.