The NBA season tips off tonight. Take a look at the former Big Ten stars on NBA opening day rosters inside.
USAToday.com ranked the top 10 best entrances in college football, and only one Big Ten tradition made the list. What was it? Nebraska’s famed Tunnel Walk, which took the No. 9 spot. The top entrance, according to USAToday.com, is Clemson’s Running Down the Hill. Here’s what USAToday.com said about Nebraska’s entrance: “When “Sirius” by the Alan Parsons Project — the same entrance music the Chicago Bulls began using during the Michael Jordan era — plays over the speakers at Memorial Stadium, the Huskers sprint out of the tunnel. The new version of the Tunnel Walk includes fireworks. In fact, the
Some things are bigger than football, and there was a tremendous example of it Saturday night at Spartan Stadium.
The Illini have taken the field in their new "Gray Ghost" alternate. Check out photos of the design inside.
Northwestern football fan Jake Scheid, 8, has lost vision in both of his eyes. Learn more about the bond between Scheid and the Wildcats inside.
Think Michigan State fans are ready for their annual rivalry game vs. Michigan? Their team has won five of the last six in the series, after all.
Don’t tell the Nebraska baseball team that Halloween is still a week-plus away. Decked out in Halloween costumes, the Cornhuskers closed out their annual Red-White Series on Tuesday. Like it matters, the Red Team won the game, 5-4, on a walk-off bases-loaded single to claim the series victory. To more important and interesting matters, what costumes did the players wear? That’s a great question. Let’s consult head coach Darin Erstad’s lineup card for the answers. Or, should I say Coach Chewbacca? No need to check your eyes, either, because, yes, “Bo Pelini” hit third for the Red Team. “White Power
We've seen Big Ten fans build a snowman out of their favorite players. Like, this Aaron Craft tribute. We now have a pumpkin tribute.
Big Ten mascots, you've done it again! And, you'll want to check out their "Shake It Off" parody.
Should J.T. Barrett be in the Heisman Trophy discussion? His numbers are worthy, although one respected analyst isn't so sure - yet.