Wisch: Illini Fall, But Groce's Arrow Is Still Pointing Up Illinois has a lot to prove next year after a strong finish to this season.
Rising Star: Michigan Sophomore Trey BurkeThe Michigan Wolverines are the No. 1 team in the country for the first time in more than two decades, and one of the biggest reasons why is point guard Trey Burke. He flirted with the NBA draft at the end of the 2011-2012 season but decided to return for his sophomore campaign to bring Michigan a championship.
No. 23 MSU Beats No. 11 Michigan Again, 28-14Keshawn Martin scored twice in the third quarter on similar lunges to the end zone, and No. 23 Michigan State held off Denard Robinson and No. 11 Michigan 28-14 on Saturday for its fourth straight victory over the Wolverines.
LSU's Miles Will Meet With MichiganLes Miles earned the nickname "Mad Hatter' for is unconventional, and sometimes head-scratching, play calls. Despite those questionable calls, Miles has had plenty of success coaching at LSU.
Wisch: I Pity Michigan's Next Football CoachJim Harbaugh’s not coming. And Pat Fitzgerald isn’t either. But Les Miles still might be. Or maybe it’ll be Brady Hoke, some mystery candidate or, hmm...
Michigan Makes It Official, Rodriguez FiredAt first he was fired, and then he wasn't. But now Michigan has made it official and has fired their head football coach Rich Rodriguez.
UPDATE: Report: Rich Rodriguez Fired As Michigan Head CoachAccording to a report by FOX 2 in Detroit, the University of Michigan has fired their head football coach Rich Rodriguez.
Wisch: Get To Know The Big Ten's Bowl OpponentsChristmas is over. New Year’s is looming. And in between this week the Big Ten gets its bowl season rolling.
Wisch: The Big Ten Needs To Get 'Black & Blue'On Feb. 8, 1896 – one month after X-Rays were discovered and nine months before William McKinley was elected as the United States’ 25th president – a the Midwest’s premier universities held a powwow in Chicago and established the Big Ten.
Wisch: Cold Truth, Cutler Just Not In Brady's LeagueEleven years ago, I was sitting in the press box at Michigan Stadium, watching the Wolverines storm to a 27-7 lead over Illinois midway through the third quarter when a kindly, gray-haired U. of M. alum seated in my row leaned in toward me.
Hoge: Big Ten Power Rankings, Week 10For the second week in a row, Iowa City was home to another unexpected turn in the Big Ten title race. The Hawkeyes beating Michigan State was not necessarily surprising, but the way in which they dominated the Spartans in every facet of the game certainly was.
Notre Dame’s Crist Played With Blurred Vision