Big Ten Football Thoughts
Jonathan Smith, welcome to the Big Ten! Plus, Michigan outlasts Ohio State in a massive showdown.
Nine weeks have passed and the two biggest games of the season are almost here.
Illinois is one of the worst teams in the conference and Iowa is at an all-time low as the West Division crashes. At least Maryland and Rutgers are good!
We’re officially at the one-third mark of the season. and we’re wrapping up the out-of-conference slate. It’s the perfect time to take stock of the B1G before we enter the meat of the season.
Iowa and Nebraska refuse to change, but at least Ohio State has found its starting quarterback!
College football is back! In the first Big Thoughts of the season, Jordan gives 10 predictions for the 2023 season.
After a years worth of debates, the Big Ten finally announced its new scheduling model called Flex Protect Plus. So what is it and why should you care?
After a surprising 11-win season in 2021, Michigan State came back to earth in 2022. This spring, they must prove that 2022 was an outlier, and that they are closer to the 11-win team from 2021.
Illinois shocked a lot of people in 2022. This spring is pivotal if they hope to build on that and compete for the West Division.
Wisconsin enters 2023 with a new head coach, offensive and defensive coordinators who are expected to raise the program ceilings. This offseason brings a lot of questions to they must answer.
Penn State had a bounce-back season, finishing 11-2 in 2022. That momentum is carrying them into the offseason with the belief that 2023 is their year.
Ohio State enters 2023 with a lot of questions to answer if they want to take back the Big Ten crown and win a national championship.
Michigan enters 2023 as the Big Ten favorites after back-to-back conference championships. What must happen for a three-peat?
The season has ended with the Michigan Wolverines as champions for the second year in a row. Let’s take a look back and review the 2022 campaign.
This year’s edition of the game is the biggest it has been since 2006, as the bitter rivals are set to play with everything on the line.
On Saturday Ohio State destroyed Indiana as expected, yet an unmemorable game will be enshrined in Buckeye lore forever
In a week where the midwest was pounded by crazy winds and rain, we were treated to a weekend of surprising performances and even more surprising results.
With Halloween out of the way, we’re two-thirds of the way through the season and it’s time to see what’s changed in the last four weeks.
Four games into a 12-game schedule, this is the perfect time to check in on how the conference is shaping up.
Purdue can’t survive bad coaching and Pat Fitzgerald is washed, The B1G West is officially down bad.
Nebraska gave Scott Frost his $15 million and showed him the door, while half the Big Ten West got upset on Saturday
Week 1 came with a range of emotions, special plays, break-out performances, and questionable coaching decisions.
Week 0 saw three teams in action including Nebraska, who should’ve left Scott Frost in Dublin, Ireland
Scrap what we previous thought about the future of Big Ten scheduling. The conference will soon be at 16 teams, and the future is bright.