As we sit down with family and friends to enjoy Thanksgiving, there are many among us who aren’t getting enough to eat. Two organizations founded by Big Ten students and alumni are making a major impact on the hunger crisis in this country. For more about Zero Percent, read our feature. For more about the Food Recovery Network, read our feature. Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: BTN LiveBIG, Food Recovery Network, LiveBIG: hunger, LiveBIG: Illinois, LiveBIG: Maryland, Zero Percent
Happy Thanksgiving, Big Ten fans! Hope you enjoy this fun video, featuring Big Ten stars sharing their favorite Thanksgiving staples.
Big Ten basketball fans were treated to several outstanding games on Wednesday. Catch up on all of the action here!
Nebraska coach Tim Miles pulled off another epic photobomb. Check it out inside!
What's the most impressive thing about Purdue freshman Vince Edwards? Why can one compare Wisconsin to vintage Bob Knight teams? And how about Maryland?
What does Tevin Coleman's pregame routine consist of? What is his favorite play in the playbook? Find out in this Q&A with Tom Dienhart.
We're a couple weeks into the college basketball season, and there’s no doubt the youngsters are going to alter the landscape of this year’s Big Ten race.
As we approach the final Saturday of the regular season, it continues to become clearer that Melvin Gordon is on a level of his own. Fresh off a trio of 200-yard games, including the 408-yard effort vs. Nebraska, the Wisconsin running back is one yard away from breaking the Big Ten’s single-season rushing record. One thing’s for sure: Gordon will break Ron Dayne’s record very early in Saturday’s de facto Big Ten West title game vs. Minnesota, which airs at 3:30 p.m. ET on BTN (watch on BTN2Go). Knowing this, it should come as no surprise that Gordon tops Tom
Rivalry week is here, with several juicy clashes. All eyes will be on Madison, though, where Minnesota and Wisconsin will meet in a de facto Big Ten West title game.
Thanksgiving is here, so the “BTN Football & Beyond” team had some fun at the end of Wednesday’s show. The topic: “What We’re Thankful For?” Pat Forde was first up, and he went with the new four-team playoff, which he thinks is an improvement over the BCS system that had two teams battle for the national title. Dave Wannstedt picked the NCAA restoring Penn State’s bowl eligibility, starting this season. The Nittany Lions are 6-5 entering their season finale vs. Michigan State. Finally, Stanley Jackson, the former Ohio State quarterback, selected record-breaking running backs in a day and age of