Week 4 of the NFL season is in the books, so that means it's time to look at some of the best highlights from former Big Ten stars. Watch available NFL.com clips in this post.
In case you haven’t heard, perfect Nebraska faces reigning Big Ten champ Michigan State on Saturday night in a game many think could be a preview of the 2014 Big Ten title game. Five days before the big game, @FauxPelini and Michigan State punter Mike Sadler (@Sadler_3) had some fun to get everyone ready. @FauxPelini kicked off the festivities with this tweet, and the two went on to have a humorous back-and-forth. Get our latest Gone Viral posts: Read the interaction below: @FauxPelini yes! Sure fire way to raise awareness for punters getting benched syndrome. — Mike Sadler (@Sadler_3) September
Will Maryland debut yet another alternate helmet for its Big Ten home opener vs. Ohio State? This tweet seems to make it look like a possibility.
The Nebraska band director tweeted a picture to preview Saturday night's halftime performance, and it's safe to say the fans will love it.
Ohio State hosts Cincinnati on Saturday night. Urban Meyer has plenty of ties to the school, none bigger than that he played for the Bearcats.
Perhaps you've heard former Michigan State quarterbacks are making some noise this young NFL season. See a great 2007 position picture of them inside.
Big Ten fans aren’t shy about showing their school pride. There’s an Iowa fan who has taken this practice to another level. Check out the giant Kirk Ferentz tattoo on one calf and the massive Hayden Fry tattoo on the other! Get our latest Gone Viral posts: Don't ask me how I found this. Just enjoy… pic.twitter.com/pdsQrfpIDI — Chris Hassel (@hasselESPN) September 22, 2014 Turns out the guy with the Ferentz calf tat has Fry on his other leg (via @cbkrebsbach) pic.twitter.com/bzxi5WM4IF — Chris Hassel (@hasselESPN) September 22, 2014 Impressive, no? Even more impressive: Ferentz and Fry represent Iowa’s only
The Big Ten has four of the top 10 college football stadiums, according to a recent USA Today ranking. Ohio Stadium paces the Big Ten, at No. 3. See the other three inside.
Former Ohio State star and current Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brian Hartline had quite the creative celebration for his first touchdown of the season Sunday afternoon. See it in this post. Get our latest Big Ten pros coverage: As great as this celebration was, it was orchestrated, which means it resulted in a 15-yard penalty. Hartline caught 3-of-7 targets for 25 yards and a score in Miami’s 34-15 loss to Kansas City. About Brent Yarina BTN.com senior editor Brent Yarina covers football and men’s basketball for BTN.com. He writes the popular uniform feature “Clothes Call,” which also focuses on the
The Wisconsin football team is represented in a new ESPN "This Is SportsCenter" commercial. Watch it inside.