There are 14 — soon to be 16 — football stadiums across the B1G, each with its unique features beloved by some and perhaps not as beloved by others. One of those features involve where visiting players and coaches set up shop before, during, and after. While the hosts obviously pull out the stops for their own locker rooms, the ones for the visitors aren’t always as accommodating.

But which is the worst in the conference? Some coaches, like Rutgers’ Greg Schiano and Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh, pleaded the 5th.

“I’m not touching that one,” Schiano said with a chuckle.

“If there’s a best, there’s gotta be a worst, right? There’s some mediocres,” Harbaugh laughed.

We can get a sense of what many coaches think the worst is. “Not Purdue,” Minnesota’s P.J. Fleck said.

As for the best? “I would probably say…Ohio State,” said Michigan State’s Mel Tucker.

“Probably just off the top of my head would be Wisconsin, although it could be bigger,” Iowa’s Kirk Ferentz chimed in.

Speaking of Iowa, its visitors’ locker room received some rave reviews, with its pink “calming” color mentioned by both Northwestern’s Pat Fitzgerald and Penn State’s James Franklin.

“We embraced that back when I was playing, so we embrace the pink in Iowa City,” Fitzgerald, a former star linebacker with the Wildcats with a number of trips to Kinnick Stadium under his belt as both a player and coach, said.

“Just from a historical standpoint, it jumps out at you,” said Franklin.