Former Iowa linebacker Christian Kirksey has yet to play a down in a real NFL game. It doesn’t matter, because he’ll always be remembered no matter how his pro career goes. Kirksey is part of a hilarious Madden ’15 video game glitch. Get our latest Gone Viral posts: The game has Kirskey, 6-foot-2, at 1-foot-2. Evidently, the mistake is part of the “Madden Solo Challenge” mode, according to this story. It also has Kirksey in a Tennessee Titans uniform instead of the Cleveland Browns. Look how small he is! Why is he small pic.twitter.com/tXjWHoeuJC — Redskins 0-16 (@FreshCarbon) September 1,
It's Week 1. Still, Jordan Westerkamp may have just recorded what will go down as the catch of the year. Hyperbole? Decide for yourself.
There's a pretty good chance #westerkamping will catch on in Lincoln. What's #westerkamping, you ask? Find out inside!
There's a new No. 1 at Michigan, and it's wide receiver Devin Funchess. He played like a No. 1, too.
Braxton Miller is out for the season, but there was a No. 5 in Ohio State's huddle during Saturday's season opener vs. Navy.
How long would it take you to hit 15 NBA 3-pointers? It took former Michigan star Nik Stauskas just 46 seconds. Oh, and he did it on 15 shots. Watch it in this post.
Former Iowa defensive coordinator Norm Parker, 72, died in January, and the Hawkeyes will honor the longtime defensive coordinator in 2014 with a “Norm” decal on the back right of their helmet. Parker, who joined the Hawkeyes in 1999, retired after the 2011 season. See all of the latest Big Ten fashion trends: Under Parker, the 2011 AFCA Assistant Coach of the Year and 2004 and 2005 Frank Broyles finalist, the Iowa defense ranked among the top 10 nationally in rushing defense five times and in the top 10 in scoring defense three times. In 2010, Iowa was fifth nationally
Vanderbilt gave James Franklin his first head coaching gig. The new Penn State coach is forever grateful for the opportunity, and he proved it with a tweet to his old team Monday afternoon.
There's no better and more fun way to cool off after a warm practice than by breaking out the Slip 'N Slide, right? The Indiana football team recently proved this.
Surrounded by a group of young campers at halfcourt, Nik Stauskas made the shot you just knew he would make. Even better than the shot? That would be the reaction of the campers.