How quickly the regular season flies by. The finale is here, folks, and the encore is set.
Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz credits his seniors for this season's turnaround, and it's why he has hope that the Hawkeyes can take down Nebraska this weekend, too.
On Saturday against Indiana, running back Carlos Hyde became the first back on an Urban Meyer-led team to rush for more than 1,000 yards.
Minnesota needs to be educated in "ax etiquette" by the Badgers, along withother notes on fumbles, the weather and more from Wisconsin's win.
Mark Dantonio's plan is to win the Big Ten Championship and take a trip to the Rose Bowl, but Mike Griffith examines all the possibilities of a BCS bowl berth and all the other factors that could affect the Spartans if the Rose Bowl doesn't happen.
This isn't the season Darrell Hazell wanted for Purdue, but rivalry games are still important to him and he knows what a win over Indiana could do for his program.
Five things to watch for in the Indiana-Purdue matchup as the 2013 season of the Big Ten's rivalry-games-played-for-strange-objects continues.
Dan Norton profiles Bill O'Brien and his family's experience with youth football and its physical nature.
The second half of the Iowa game showed how Michigan has regressed this season and the Wolverines can no longer hide from this fact, writes Mark Snyder.
Jerry Kill ended Saturday on a high note after speaking with recruits who were impressed with the football and the atmosphere (and didn't mention the cold weather) of Minnesota.
Steven M. Sipple asks how can any Nebraska coach after Tom Osborne not be considered an underdog? And yes, he loves underdog stories.