To accommodate adjustments that were made in 2020 due to COVID-19, the Big Ten revised its 2022 college football schedule to add two cross-divisional games and to move around other notable games.
Our staff breaks down the entire bowl season with analysis from every game.
- Big Ten adds cross-divisional games to '22 slate
- Wisconsin LB Chenal not returning, to enter draft
- Wisconsin AD to miss bowl game with COVID-19
- Badgers' Wilder out for bowl with 'serious injury'
Wisconsin linebacker Leo Chenal announced Monday that he is entering the NFL draft rather than returning to the Badgers next season.
From postgame celebrations to the best on-field moments, follow along for the highlights of bowl season.
— Braelon Allen thought his week in Las Vegas was rather uneventful.
Wisconsin athletic director Chris McIntosh will miss the Badgers' Dec. 30 bowl game against Arizona State.
National signing day means many top college football recruits will commit. In turn, there will be significant movement in the class rankings.
Collin Wilder said he has suffered a "very serious injury" that will keep him out of Wisconsin's Las Vegas Bowl matchup with Arizona State.
From major upsets to emotional moments and plenty of field stormings, the fans and thrills were back this season.
Caleb Williams, TreVeyon Henderson and Junior Colson are among the true freshmen who truly stood out this season.
Ohio State, Michigan and Penn State have established themselves as consistent recruiting powers. But who has the No. 1 class from the past 10 years?
How far does Georgia fall after a loss? How high does Baylor climb after a conference title? And what about 13-0 Cincinnati? All that and more in the final Power Rankings before the bowl season.
The Big Ten announced Wednesday that Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud is its offensive player of the year and freshman of the year.
On the final regular-season weekend in college football, the internet trolls were active, especially since it's Rivalry Week.
— Minnesota's fans gleefully converged on the field as Paul Bunyan's Axe was slowly paraded through the crowd, eager for a peek at this long-sought trophy that has gone so often to Wisconsin.
From the Bedlam Bell to the Platypus Trophy and everything in between, Rivalry Week's traveling trophies add an extra layer of motivation.
Beyond the obvious protection for teeth and jaws, mouthguard sensors being used by players at several schools this season are providing valuable data to help prevent serious head injuries.
— Braelon Allen continued a tradition of Wisconsin running backs steamrolling Nebraska defenses.