A look at the Big Ten power rankings, which saw Ohio State maintain the top spot and Wisconsin move into a tie for second.
A viewer's guide of Big Ten action in Week 12, highlighted by Ohio State-Minnesota and Nebraska-Wisconsin.
The latest power rankings in the Big Ten, which saw a shake-up at the top after Ohio State's victory in Spartan Stadium.
This look at the top stories in the Big Ten breaks down the three big games of the weekend.
What did we learn from the Big Ten after Week 9?
This week's Big Ten viewer's guide discusses an underwhelming Big Ten slate where Northwestern-Minnesota is the featured attraction.
In lieu of dissecting Week 7's weak slate of games, hereâ
The chances to bolster the leaguewide résumé are running low, and the Big Ten already has squandered almost all of them. Can it turn things around today before conference action picks up in earnest next week?
Illinois is 2-0, though its close-shave victories over Youngstown State and Western Kentucky at home aren't going to impress too many people.So I asked head coach Tim Beckman this week how important it would be for his team to get a so-called signature victory this week at Washington.
It was not a great Week 2 in the Big Ten, to put it kindly. But there were still some standout performances, and we're here to recognize them with these helmet stickers: Nebraska RB Ameer Abdullah: The Huskers senior rushed for only 54 yards (and a score) on 17 carries, but he won the game for Big Red with an incredible 58-yard, tackle-breaking touchdown reception with 20 seconds left in a 31-24 win over McNeese State.
The Big Ten went 8-5 in Week 2, and we learned some things in the process. Brace yourself; this won't be pretty.1. The Midwest misery index is at an all-time high: Don't completely count out the Big Ten from the College Football Playoff; we're a long, long way until the first Sunday in December, after all.
Brian Bennett, Josh Moyer, Adam Rittenberg, Mitch Sherman and Austin Ward contributed to these rankings.
Take a deep breath, Big Ten fans. The wait is over. Our first weekend of Big Ten football is finally here. And though we might be lacking in quality this weekend, at least there's quantity.
With the season just days away, our Big Ten reporters offer up their bold predictions for the 2014 season: Brian Bennett: Minnesota wins back a long-lost trophyThe Gophers have won the Little Brown Jug game against Michigan only once (2005) since 1986 and have lost 10 straight Paul Bunyan's Axe games to Wisconsin.
In what has to be one of the least surprising resolutions ever to a quarterback competition, Illinois has named Wes Lunt as its starter for the 2014 season opener against Youngstown State next Saturday.