The second November weekend of action is just days away, and it features one of the biggest cross-division game of the year: 8-0 Penn State at 8-0 Minnesota. That said, it's time to take a look at Dave Wannstedt's latest Big Ten Power Rankings.
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AP No. 1 and 2019 national semifinalist Michigan State is the overwhelming pick to win the Big Ten. BTN analyst Robbie Hummel likes the Spartans in 2019-20, as well, but he likes another team even more.
Basketball tips off this week. Tuesday, to be exact. Before the ball goes up, get BTN analyst Robbie Hummel's preseason Big Ten Power Rankings inside.
Michigan has a storied history, and it has had no shortage of standout skill position players who starred from Day 1. Well, in the program's history, no freshman has scored more touchdowns than Zach Charbonnet (11).
BTN will provide extensive coverage of the 2019 Big Ten fall championships and tournaments, including live broadcasts and streams of the Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Soccer Tournaments, the Big Ten Field Hockey Tournament and the Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Championships. The Big Ten Cross Country Championships kick off BTN’s coverage on…
With exhibition games getting underway on BTN+ and the 2019-20 Big Ten basketball season officially tipping off on Nov. 5, BTN today announced its on-air talent for an enticing lineup of 200 men’s and women’s games. Play-by-play announcers Kevin Kugler, Brian Anderson, Brandon Gaudin, Cory Provus and Dave Revsine will be on the call all…
It's time for Dave Wannstedt's latest Big Ten Power Rankings. Not much changed following Week 9 action, but Big Ten West leader and undefeated Minnesota moved up one spot, to No. 3, and Illinois continues its ascent, up to No. 8.
Six Big Ten teams remain ranked in the latest AP poll, released Sunday afternoon. Big Ten East co-leaders Ohio State and Penn State continue to pace the conference, coming in at No. 3 and No. 5, respectively.
The Big Ten women’s basketball coaches participated in a teleconference with members of the media to preview the 2019 Big Ten Women’s Basketball season. Audio from each coach is posted here. Hear from @IlliniWBB coach Nancy Fahey as she previews the upcoming season. pic.twitter.com/StXk2UOvcv — Illinois on BTN (@IllinoisOnBTN) October 25, 2019 Hear from @IndianaWBB…