The preseason watch lists are out, and a total of 80 Big Ten players, at least two from all 14 schools, earned recognition. Michigan leads the way, with 12, followed by Ohio State (10), Penn State (8) and Iowa and Michigan State (7).
Ahead of the Big Ten Network’s 13th football season, BTN president François McGillicuddy today shared the network’s perspective on the 2019 season at Big Ten Football media days.
Michigan, for the first time since 2004, will be Big Ten champions, according to cleveland.com's ninth annual preseason Big Ten football predictions.
BTN contributor Andy Katz released his top 25 players for the 2019-20 college basketball season, and eight Big Ten players made his NCAA.com list. Not surprisingly, Michigan State star and reigning Big Ten player of the year Cassius Winston tops the list.
The Big Ten announced Wednesday that three Hall of Famers, Lorenzo White of Michigan State, Tom Osborne of Nebraska and Barry Alvarez of Wisconsin, will attend the 2019 Big Ten Football Kickoff Luncheon.
Bringing a whole new perspective to the old adage, "Waste not, want not."
The Big Ten announced the 43 student-athletes scheduled to attend the 2019 Big Ten Football Media Days and Kickoff Luncheon, held Thursday and Friday, July 18 and 19, at the Hilton Chicago.
Look around the college football landscape, and one won't find a more unpredictable division than the Big Ten West. A case can be made for nearly every team, from Indy-regular Wisconsin to up-and-coming Purdue.
From Alma to the Arboretum, this list spotlights the myriad prides of the Illini.
The 2019 MLB First-Year Player Draft ran Monday night through Wednesday night. Indiana outfielder Matt Gorski was the first Big Ten name off the board.