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Watch Steelers FaceTime Ryan Shazier during AFC North title celebration

Former Ohio State star and current Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier suffered a scary back injury last week that required spinal surgery. His team made sure to include him in the AFC North clinching locker room celebration, though, and you can watch the FaceTime inside.

Watch Michigan basketball's Star Wars-themed toddler race

Any kind of race, be it a baby/toddler race or a mascot race, is quality entertainment at a sporting event. One way to make said races even better is to put the participants in Star Wars costumes.

Watch Minnesota go on field to participate in Iowa's 'First Quarter Wave'

Everyone’s a fan of Iowa’s “First Quarter Wave.” New Minnesota coach P.J. Fleck may be near the top of the list. He made this much clear a few days before his Gophers traveled to play the Hawkeyes in the latest battle for the Floyd of Rosedale. Saturday night, Fleck had his entire team on the field to participate in the new Iowa tradition that features the entire stadium waving to the young patients at the UI Children’s Hospital watching from across the street. Watch the scene in the tweet below. This so amazing. Fans and teams waving to kids in

Purdue football to honor late coach Joe Tiller vs. Minnesota

In its first home game since Joe Tiller’s death, the Purdue football team will have several tributes to the legendary coach, 74, who died last weekend, when it hosts Minnesota on Saturday. Purdue will hold a moment of silence prior to the national anthem and don Tiller-era helmets, accompanied by a tribute sticker, to single out a couple of the tributes. See the full list of the tributes in the tweet below. Full list of Joe Tiller tributes planned at #Purdue on Saturday. pic.twitter.com/5AzIoRKjI8 — GoldandBlack.com (@GoldandBlackcom) October 4, 2017 Minnesota will honor Tiller, as well. The #Gophers will be

Michigan will wear new all-maize alternate uniform vs. Florida

Michigan will look a lot different when it takes the field for its season opener vs. Florida. [ MORE: Read more about the new uniform at mgoblue.com ] Not only will the Wolverines feature just five returning starters, but they will don a new all-maize alternate uniform to celebrate the school’s bicentennial and honor of the 150-year anniversary of the school’s official colors. Michigan unveiled the new Jordan Brand design Monday afternoon. The Wolverines and Gators, who will also wear an alternate uniform, face off in the AdvoCare Classic on Satuday at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas. See both teams’

Oregon uniform vs. Nebraska designed by young cancer survivors

Say what you will about Oregon’s array of football uniforms. There’s too many to keep straight. They’re obnoxious. They’re sweet. The reactions to the Ducks’ latest alternate uniform, to be worn in Week 2 vs. Nebraska, shouldn’t be nearly as polarizing. That’s because three young cancer survivors from Doernbecher Children’s Hospital helped design the #StompOutCancer threads. See pictures of the new design below and meet the three cancer survivors at the bottom of the post. More than a game when @OregonFootball takes on Nebraska in Week 2. Win the fight. #StompOutCancer. pic.twitter.com/aSuI57wiby — GoDucks (@GoDucks) August 24, 2017 The full

Watch Tom Brady meet young fan, 11, battling cancer

Tom Brady knows how to make a difference, on and off the field. The former Michigan star and lone five-time winning Super Bowl quarterback showed it again following a recent training camp practice.

Yes, Michigan State's Tom Izzo subscribes to the 5-second rule

The 5-second rule is one many implement in their daily lives. Drop something on the floor or ground, and you have five seconds to pick it up before it’s no longer edible. Hall of Fame coach Tom Izzo subscribes to the theory, and he showed last week in the video below. Hey @espn @SportsCenter is this #SCtop10 or #SCNotTop10 worthy?#MSU bball HC Tom Izzo picking up popcorn & eating it off floor! #Spartans pic.twitter.com/V6Qc38bgzm — Tyler Cupp (@TCuppRadio) July 15, 2017 Based on the tweets of those who know Izzo well, the coach is a good sport about being caught