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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?
- Lawyer for group of ex-players fires back at Iowa
- Iowa commit backs out, cites racial allegations
- Iowa says it won't pay ex-players' $20M demand
- Hawkeyes' Colbert, McCall opting out for 2020
A civil rights attorney stated a group of eight Black former Iowa players' demands in a letter to the university earlier this month, demanding $20 million and the firings of head coach Kirk Ferentz, offensive line coach Brian Ferentz and AD Gary Barta.
Three-star cornerback Jordan Oladokun has decommitted from Iowa, citing the $20 million lawsuit threatened against the Hawkeyes and coach Kirk Ferentz regarding allegations of race-based discrimination and intimidation.
From Ohio State's high expectations to the conference's COVID-19 protocols, there is plenty to pay attention to when the Big Ten kicks off this week.
If their demands are not met by Monday, the former Iowa football players say they are prepared to file a lawsuit seeking damages for the unlawful mistreatment they said they endured while at the school.
Djimon Colbert and Taajhir McCall are opting out of the 2020 season for Iowa because of concerns around the coronavirus pandemic.
The college football season rolls on into Week 5. Alabama debuts its latest addition to Bryant-Denny, Bailey Zappe's numbers continue to turn heads and even more as the SEC gives us some must-see matchups this week.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Big Ten medical subcommittee will present new testing programs Saturday to a subcommittee of conference presidents and chancellors, outlining options that weren't available last month when the Big Ten postponed the 2020 season, sources told ESPN.
Political leaders from six states sent a letter Tuesday to Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren and the league's presidents and chancellors, urging the conference to reconsider its postponement of the 2020 football season.
All the best from the first full day of college football. Even before kickoff, the week included an Earl Campbell-Guy Fieri meeting, Nick Saban on oatmeal creme pies cereal and more.
Big Ten presidents and chancellors voted 11-3 to postpone the fall football season, the league confirmed Monday in a brief and two affidavits filed in response to a lawsuit from eight Nebraska players.
Iowa reported a spike in positive tests for the coronavirus and has paused workouts for all athletic teams.
A group of Big Ten football parent associations on Wednesday sent an open letter demanding information around the league's decision to postpone the fall football season and a "structured discussion" with first-year commissioner Kevin Warren.