All 12 Big Ten teams have played at least half of their conference schedules and seven teams are still realistically in the hunt for a trip to the first ever Big Ten Championship Game in Indianapolis.
While the Badgers will once against lace them up under the lights Saturday — this time at Ohio State — it’s the Spartans that are playing in the game of the week.
One thing is clear as the 2011-12 college basketball season begins: In the Big Ten, it’s Ohio State and everyone else.
The Boilermakers (4-3, 2-1 Big Ten) finally got the quality win they needed with a 21-14 victory over No. 23 Illinois on Saturday – Purdue’s first win over a ranked team since beating then-No. 7 Ohio State in 2009.
Full preview and predictions of this week’s Big Ten action.
When Illinois picked up its first loss of the season at the hands of Ohio State on Saturday, a shot at an undefeated season wasn’t the only thing lost.
The Illini host Ohio State in a game they should win. If they lose, I think a lot of concerns about this team will be realized. But how much stock can we put into a win?
The Cornhuskers head to Madison and face the defending conference champs in the biggest game of the week — not just in the Big Ten, but nationally.
If you haven’t looked at this week’s slate of Big Ten games, you might not want to. It’s ugly.
Can Notre Dame beat the Spartans? Sure, they are at home and have the talent to it. But what leads you to believe the turnovers are just going to disappear?
After a somewhat slow first week of Big Ten football in which only two teams played other BCS opponents, things heat up slightly in Week 2 as four Big Ten teams will play BCS opponents.
An in-depth 2011 Big Ten Football Preview with predictions and a look at each team’s general outlook, strengths, question marks, key games and trap games.
After much debate among coaches, the Big Ten officially announced Thursday that the conference will adopt a nine-game schedule starting with the 2017 season.
Check out who Adam Hoge selected as his Big Ten Player of the Year and Coach of the Year.
Illinois was just starting to turn things around after a slump and was dominating Purdue Sunday. The Boilermakers blew up the court scoring almost twice they did in the first half to shut Illinois down.
The Score’s Adam Hoge takes a look ahead at the weekend’s Big Ten football action.
Illinois played with ease as they nearly shut out Purdue Saturday. Illinois was ahead 30-0 half-way through the third quarter while Nathan Scheelhaase shined in this victory.
The Spartans are the preseason pick to win the Big Ten, the conference announced at Big Ten Media Day Thursday. MSU point guard Kalin Lucas was named Preseason Big Ten Player of the Year for the second year in a row. All voting is done by the media.
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