In honor of college football's 150th anniversary, our metrics rank CFB's elite across every division, from the obvious contenders like Alabama and Notre Dame to small-school powers like Mount Union and Wittenberg.
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Despite the talent at Alabama and Clemson, Pro Football Focus' numbers say the top returning receivers reside in the Big Ten.
- Gophers QB Annexstad (foot) out indefinitely
- Minnesota walk-on holder talks surviving cancer
- Minnesota to play W. Illinois of FCS in 2022
- Minnesota's Fleck 'saddened' by Kill's criticism
Frank Solich's Ohio squad might have the top special teams unit, but Texas A&M and Michigan are also in the mix.
The Big Ten West appears wide open, but the usual suspects have the edge in the East. How will the rest of the teams fare? Here is Phil Steele's prediction.
Minnesota has announced that quarterback Zack Annexstad has suffered a foot injury that will indefinitely sideline the sophomore.
Casey O'Brien, a placeholder at Minnesota, said he's eternally grateful for every day after battling cancer multiple times.
Which Wisconsin will show up this season? What makes Minnesota the division wild card? How far can Scott Frost improve Nebraska? We examine those questions and more about the wide-open Big Ten West.
From role players who could become stars to early-enrollee freshmen who could make an instant impact, these 20 players hope to ride spring breakouts to fall stardom.
The Gophers announced Tuesday they've added the Leathernecks for Sept. 10, 2022, giving them five straight home games to start the slate for the first time since 1933.
Need your college football fix? Here are this weekend's spring games, featuring Scott Frost in Year 2 at Nebraska, plus Ohio State, Alabama, Texas and many more.
Whether it was pushing for B1G expansion or pushing back against a playoff, Jim Delany has been central to every big CFB debate for three decades.
Minnesota coach P.J. Fleck says he is "saddened" by critical remarks from former coach Jerry Kill suggesting Fleck cares more about himself than his players.
The usual suspects -- Michigan and Ohio State -- are near the top of the recruiting rankings again, but the most surprising classes in the conference are at places like Nebraska, Purdue and Wisconsin.
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Minnesota is hiring Oregon defensive analyst Rod Chance as a defensive backs coach, per sources. The Athletic first reported the hire. Chance previously served as defensive coordinator at FCS Southern Utah and also spent time as a quality control assistant at Vanderbilt. He continues a strong series of hires by Gophers coach P.J. Fleck this cycle.
Iowa held on to defeat Mississippi State, and Kentucky capped its best year since 1977 with a win over Penn State.