Wisconsin has advanced to the Big Ten title game six of the past nine years, and although the Badgers are the favorites to make it this season, might there be a dark-horse candidate looking to end their run?
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What's next for each AP Top 25 team? Well, for starters, the Big Ten, led by No. 5 Ohio State, will finally take the field. Here's what to expect for each ranked team.
- Famed Minnesota columnist Hartman dies at 100
- Gophers WR Bateman OK'd to play after opt-out
- Bateman re-enrolls, hopes to play for Minnesota
- Sources: No vote taken as Big Ten meets again
The Big Ten is back, and while Ohio State is the clear favorite, you know the Buckeyes will get challenged along the way. Who poses the biggest threat to Ryan Day's team?
Minnesota sports columnist and radio personality Sid Hartman, an old-school home team booster who once ran the NBA's Minneapolis Lakers and achieved nearly as much celebrity as some of the athletes he covered, died Sunday. He was 100.
Golden Gophers wideout Rashod Bateman was cleared after initially opting out over COVID-19 concerns.
The Pac-12 enters the mix this week, but the real shake up comes from two big upsets.
The Big Ten is playing football this fall. What changed? It all came down to updated medical reports. Those who provided that report take ESPN inside the meeting with Big Ten presidents that changed everything.
With the Big Ten entering the fray, Ohio State jumps into the top two immediately, and three other Big Ten schools make it in. But the SEC still reigns over the top 25.
The full Big Ten football schedule is out, and this is everything you need to know, breaking down the biggest games for each team in the conference.
Minnesota wide receiver Rashod Bateman, Mel Kiper's No. 10 overall prospect for the 2021 NFL draft, has re-enrolled in school and hopes for an NCAA waiver to allow him to play this season. Bateman opted out last month over COVID-19 concerns.
In case you haven't heard, the Big Ten is returning. Here are the early storylines worth watching.
In a sport whose champions have been defined by gray areas -- split titles, computer formulas and dubious retroactive claims -- this season could be more hotly contested than any, now that the Big Ten is returning.
Jason & Sarah discuss the return of Big Ten football & talk to two players about the decision. Plus, who should get most of the blame for the Clippers’ collapse & why aren’t the Nuggets getting more love? Nick Friedell joins #HiFraand & talks Conference Final match-ups, plus Jason & Sarah argue about whether bands should play songs differently live or stick to the album version. And: The Demon Spawn of Jeff Passan.
After initially canceling its fall college football season, the Big Ten announced the conference will resume play starting the weekend of Oct. 24.
The CFB Pod: The Big Ten is BACK! The guys examine how the conference went from postponing its season to an eight-game schedule start in October
David Pollack and Kevin Negandhi kick off the podcast with Adam Rittenberg after the breaking news of the Big Ten playing an eight-game season starting October 24. The guys get into how rapid testing was the game changer in the conference’s decision, the lack of flexibility with the shortened timeline of the season and if players will consider opting back in. Then, Pollack and Negandhi discuss how the Big Ten screwed this whole thing up, why the Pac-12 is even more behind in college football, how the conference stacks up behind Ohio State and D’Eriq King looking ready to scare ACC defenses.
After declaring the conference would sit out this fall in football, the Big Ten had a change of heart. Here's how it all unfolded.
Teams, players and coaches share their excitement on the October return of Big Ten football.
The Big Ten's presidents and chancellors did not vote Sunday on whether to start the fall football season after hearing updated medical information and other presentations on a potential return to play, sources told ESPN.
The medical subcommittee of the Big Ten return to competition task force met with eight presidents and chancellors of conference universities, and a revote on when to start the fall football season could possibly take place Sunday, sources told ESPN.
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