A team-by-team look back at the best of the worst of the Big Ten this year.
A look back at the Big Ten to pass out some awards and name an all-conference team.
Michigan's high-powered offense and Ohio State's punishing defense will collide on Saturday.
John Navarre and Craig Krenzel may be lightning rods for criticism, but they also sure seem to win a lot.
Purdue's showdown with Ohio State has huge Big Ten title implications.
Joe Paterno and Penn State nearly pulled the upset against Ohio State only to fall short. Now they must rebound -- again.
Expect the Michigan defense, which rattled Purdue's Kyle Orton, to go after Michigan State QB Jeff Smoker.
After running more often than usual in earlier games, Purdue reverted to form in its 26-23 victory at Wisconsin.
With so many teams peaking at the right time, the conference race is shaping up to be a good one.
This year's Ohio State team is looking a lot like last year's model -- and that's the plan.
With a losing season looking it in the face, Penn State tries to turn things around.
Seven teams in the Top 25 means the Big Ten conference race should be one to watch and one anyone can still win.
Jeff Smoker is an early favorite for Big Ten player of the year and has Michigan State off to a 4-1 start.
Minnesota's soft nonconference schedule has many wondering if the 4-0 Gophers are that good.
Now that the Maurice Clarett is almost official behind OSU, it can concentrate on defending it's national title.
Jim Sorgi's success against West Virginia makes the Badgers a legitimate Rose Bowl threat.