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.
Purdue looks like a new football team. Not just from last year’s forgettable 1-11 campaign, but from September. Two weeks ago, the Boilermakers tallied their first Big Ten win under Darrell Hazell; last week, they scored 31 points in a close defeat to reigning Big Ten and Rose Bowl champ Michigan State; Saturday, they put up 31 points in the first half at Minnesota. The common theme: QB Austin Appleby. No doubt about it, this is a different team, and offense, with Appleby under center. It’s fast, it’s prolific, and it’s becoming one of the developing stories in the Big
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There was a funny drawing and a Michigan reunion among the several great behind-the-scenes moments Thursday at Big Ten media day.
So, this was really cool. Illinois grad, Wisconsin native and PGA Tour veteran Steve Stricker hit golf balls from the rim of Camp Randall Stadium during halftime of the Illinois-Wisconsin game.