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Big Ten Spring Football Cancellations and Suspensions
23 days ago by Brandon Vogel
All spring and winter sports in the Big Ten have been canceled in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's an updated list of which schools have announced changes to spring football schedules.
Hot Reads: Estimated Win Totals for the Big Ten in 2020
1 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
Using one of the early sets of power ratings, here's an initial estimate of win totals in the Big Ten.
Hot Reads: How Experience Could Impact the 2020 Big Ten Division Races
1 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
In the Big Ten West the four teams below the top three last year all have an experience edge entering 2020. In the East, Penn State might be the best off, while there's work to be done in Michigan.
Hot Reads: Which Offensive Group Have the Huskers Recruited the Best?
2 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
Nebraska has now signed 11 classes to play in the Big Ten. Which offensive position group have the Huskers recruited the best and how does it stack up with the rest of the league?
Hot Reads: Which Big Ten Teams Are Winning in the Transfer Market?
2 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
The Big Ten has recently been more of an outgoing conference than an incoming conference, but a few teams have already made some interesting additions.
Hot Reads: An Early Look at Returning Production in the Big Ten West
2 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
Nebraska is in good shape, on one side of the ball, with returning production in 2020. Here's how it compares to the rest of the Big Ten West Division.
Hot Reads: Tracking Assistant Coaching Changes in the Big Ten
3 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
The Big Ten only has one new head coach entering 2020, but there's been plenty of movement at the assistant coach level.
Hot Reads: The Best Player Each Big Ten Team Signed
3 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
A roundup of the headliners in each Big Ten class after early signing for the 2020 class.
Hot Reads: What Ohio State Lost with the CFP Rankings Flip
3 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
LSU and Ohio State both had strong cases for No. 1. The committee chose the Tigers, which could have a real impact on the title race. That, plus a look at the rest of the Big Ten's bowl slate.
Hot Reads: The Big Ten Is Good and the Stretch Run Might Be Great
5 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
Eight Big Ten teams have one of the 20 toughest remaining schedules according to FPI, including Nebraska. It's a strong year for the conference and sets up a fascinating race for both division titles.
Hot Reads: Big Ten West Race Takes a Sharp Turn in Champaign
5 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
Illinois knocked off Wisconsin as a 30-point underdog and that changes a lot about the race in the Big Ten West Division.
Hot Reads: Strong Year for the Big Ten, Just Not for Nebraska Yet
5 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
Nebraska hasn't had the season it was expecting, but the Big Ten as a whole is looking strong.
Hot Reads: Big Ten Saturday Slate Ain't Great, But It's Football
7 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
There are a lot of large lines on games involving Big Ten teams this week. Here's a quick preview of the conference slate in Week 1.
Hot Reads: Fall Camp Ends, Game-Prep Begins
7 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
As we move from fall camp to actual game prep, here's one more roundup of the big news from opponents on Nebraska's 2019 football schedule.
Hot Reads: Who Is the Best QB Nebraska Will Face in 2019?
7 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
Who is the best QB Nebraska will face in 2019? When you get down into the details, it's not a very easy question to answer. That might be important for the season ahead.
Hot Reads: Year 2 Leaps, East Division Drama & Other Big Ten Bits
7 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
The second full week of fall camp is underway around the Big Ten. Here is another round of updates from the schools on Nebraska's schedule
Hot Reads: An All-Conference Coach
8 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
We're all familiar with the concept of an all-conference team, but what if instead of players by position you did it for coaches by position?
The Big Ten, the College Football Playoff and the Need for Expansion?
8 mo ago by Erin Sorensen
Is expansion of the College Football Playoff the answer to the Big Ten being left out over the last two years? Maybe, but maybe not.
Hot Reads: The Big Ten Is Imbalanced in More Than One Way
8 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
Big Ten coaches fielded plenty of questions about the competitive balance of the league last week. Two of them offered answers that stood out and underscored the new era that seems to be unfolding.
2019 Big Ten Media Days: Schedule, Times, TV, How to Watch Online
8 mo ago by Hail Varsity Staff
The 2019 Big Ten Media Days kicks off at 11:15 a.m. CT Thursday, July 18. The Big Ten Network has live coverage throughout the day.
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