Welcome to the first week of college basketball. There is a notable drop off in talent this year, which gives teams like Indiana and Wisconsin a fighter’s chance because the conference is simply not as deep as it was a year ago. Check out our first edition of the Big Ten power rankings below.
For the first time this season, all fourteen Big Ten teams took the field on a Saturday. Yet, only one game came down to the final possession; the rest had margins of at least ten points.
In one of the more exciting weeks in the Big Ten, we saw the biggest upset of the season with Wisconsin losing to a struggling Fighting Illini team, but little other major excitement in the results.
It is week eight of the college football season and that can only mean that the conference race is going to heat up for the Big Ten. In both divisions there are two teams sitting in a tie for the top spot through six games.
A lot more of the same in week seven’s stacking of the Big Ten.
The nonstop drama of the Big Ten is what makes college football so special. At the top of the conference, Ohio State, Michigan, Penn State all racked up impressive blowout wins, two of which resulted in complete shutouts of Big Ten foes. With three losses for Rutgers and Purdue, are either of their seasons salvageable?
Tiers within the Big Ten conference are starting to reveal themselves after the fourth week of action. At the very top of the pile, Ohio State and Wisconsin seem to have separated themselves as the two best teams in the league.
After a 51-10 loss to Ohio State, Indiana will need to evaluate across the board all of the areas needed for improvement. We heard comments …
See where the B1G teams moved in this week’s power rankings after a rough 6-5 week for the conference.
Hoosiers take a big loss for their first Big Ten game against No. 6 Ohio State. What did we learn about this Indiana football team?
QB Peyton Ramsey and TE Peyton Hendershot answer questions after the 51-10 loss to No. 6 Ohio State.
The Indiana Hoosiers (2-1, 0-1) fell 51-10 to the No. 6 Ohio State Buckeyes (3-0, 1-0). Indiana trailed early and never caught their footing against the Buckeyes behind backup QB Peyton Ramsey.
With a “program-changing” opportunity and a number of valid reasons for optimism, Tom Allen is welcoming the challenge of the No.6 Ohio State Buckeyes.
After two weeks, there is more uncertainty about where teams lie in the Big Ten than when we started. Ohio State seems to be firmly seated at the top for the moment, but preseason top-tier teams Nebraska and Michigan have been under-performing while lower teams such as Maryland and Wisconsin have been far exceeding expectations.
The Hoosiers have taken care of business, defeating an in-state Ball State team to open the season, and blowing out an FCS opponent by the …
After a first round bye in the Big Ten Tournament, Indiana faces the Ohio State Buckeyes this Thursday at 12:30 pm EST. This is the …
BLOOMINGTON, IN — To honor Indiana legend Bill Garrett and Black History Month, the Hoosiers wore classic Harlem renaissance style jerseys for their afternoon match up …
The Hoosiers stay at home this Sunday and face the Buckeyes who are coming off of a nice two-game winning streak. IU will look to …