A look around some of the high-profile matchups in the Big Ten this Saturday
Gameday IV: Can Northwestern continue its strong start to the 2020 football season? A Wildcat editor weighs inBy Cole Wozniak | Nov. 20, 2020
How does a fellow Northwestern student feel about the Wildcats' chances of an upset on Saturday?
Wisconsin went with a more creative offensive approach last week against Michigan, and Davis III emerged as the star of the show.
Saturday's game in Evanston will have massive implications for the rights to Big Ten West supremacy.
Northwestern's defense has already forced a whopping ten turnovers through four games this season.
Through two games, the Badgers' defense is picking up right where they left off last winter thanks to the scheme of Defensive Coordinator Jim Leonhard.
It took just one snap Saturday for safety Scott Nelson to get his 2020 season started on a high note after missing all of last year with a leg injury.
After two weekends off due to COVID-19, the Badgers looked like they hadn't missed a beat in a huge cross-divisional beatdown of Michigan.
The pressure is on for a couple of Michigan's play callers this weekend.
Wisconsin's running attack wasn't too impressive in week one without now-Indianapolis Colt Jonathan Taylor in the backfield.
Columnist Jared Schwartz compares the coaching and culture of the Badgers to that of Michigan and Jim Harbaugh.
Gameday III: Big Ten Outlook: Iowa and Minnesota try to get momentum, Northwestern and Purdue seek to stay undefeatedBy Joe Rickles | Nov. 14, 2020
A look at two of the Big Ten's scheduled games for this weekend of college football.
An empty Michigan Stadium won't be able to deliver the intensity of last year's Stripe Out game at Camp Randall Stadium.
Neither Wisconsin nor Michigan's seasons have gone well – even by 2020's standards.
Teams from the Centers for Disease Control implemented two probes on the UW-Madison community this week, one within the UW football team and another testing the student body for COVID-19 antibodies.
Allen de-committed from University of Michigan earlier this year.
Former Sports Editor Jared Schwartz asks where the fault lies for Badger football's COVID-19 outbreak.
Each of Wisconsin's top-three quarterbacks headed into 2020 have been removed from the depth chart, either by way of injury or COVID-19 infection.
The class of the Big Ten East – No. 3 Ohio State and No. 18 Penn State – are set to square off in what could be a devastating 0-2 start for the Nittany Lions.