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Twitter: Reaction to crazy, confusing Wisconsin finish

So, in the event you were sleeping in the earliest of hours Sunday morning, there was quite the crazy and confusing finish to the Wisconsin-Arizona State game. [ MORE: Power Rankings | Week 3 honors, grades & more | Week 3 picks revisited ] Let’s try to describe the scene: Wisconsin was deep in Arizona State territory with 18 seconds remaining, when Wisconsin QB Joel Stave took the snap and ran left toward the center of the field to set up a straight shot for the potential game-winning field goal. Problem is, when Stave took a knee, he did so

Clothes Call: Indiana to debut chrome helmet today

One of college football’s most-talked-about and over-analyzed new looks will make its debut in Week 3. That’s right, Indiana is debuting its polarizing chrome candy stripe lid Saturday vs. Bowling Green. See an @IUFBEquipment photo of the helmet in this post. @HoosierFootball Gameday. #showyourstripes #chromedomes #iufb — Hoosier Equipment (@IUFBEquipment) September 14, 2013 Clearly, the helmet is pretty flashy and makes quite the statement. But players love it, recruits love it, and that’s all that matters. The chrome lid is just one of Indiana’s six helmets for the 2013 season. The Hoosiers debuted their state pride lid in Week

Twitter: Big Ten products remember 9/11

Twelve years ago today, our lives changed. To remember those who were lost and those who protected on 9/11, Big Ten athletes – both current and former – took to social media to express their sorrow and appreciation. See some of the tweets in this post. Prayers goes out to all those who lost love ones on 9/11. Today will never be forgotten. #USA — Roy Roundtree (@WRTreezy) September 11, 2013 9-11 prayers go out to all impacted by the attacks on this day all those years ago. Thanks to all our men & women of service #THANKYOU — LaVar

SN's DeCourcy puts 6 B1G teams in preseason top 25

Big Ten basketball fans should love Mike DeCourcy’s recently released preseason top 25. The Sporting News scribe and BTN contributor placed six Big Ten teams in his poll, including four in the top 15. In other words, DeCourcy has half the Big Ten among his top 25 teams. [ MORE: Sporting News’ preseason rankings for 2013-14 ] Michigan State leads the group, at No. 2, behind only No. 1 Kentucky. His other top 25 Big Ten teams include: No. 7 Michigan; No. 11 Ohio State; No. 14 Wisconsin; No. 23 Iowa; No. 25 Indiana. Five of the teams are no

Photo: Nebraska to wear black alternate vs. UCLA

In case you haven’t heard, Nebraska will wear a new adidas alternate uniform Saturday vs. UCLA. The uniform includes a white helmet, with a black stripe down the middle, a two-tone facemask, a black jersey and white pants, with a black stripe down the side of the legs. [ MORE: Nebraska, UCLA to honor late Bruin freshman Saturday ] Why all the black? The Huskers defense is known as the Blackshirts, after all, so adidas decided to incorporate the color throughout. Last year, for its “Unrivaled Game” vs. Wisconsin, the Huskers also had a few touches of black on its

Week 1 Big Ten NFL standouts

Every week during the NFL season, will spotlight some of the best individual performances by Big Ten products. See our Week 1 offensive, defensive and special teams players of the week in this post. OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Drew Brees, QB, New Orleans – 25-38, 304 yards, 2 TD. Brees was up to his normal self in his first game back with head coach Sean Payton, who was suspended for the 2012 season. The Purdue product rallied New Orleans past rival Atlanta, 23-17. Honorable mention: Owen Daniels, Houston (5 rec., 67 yards, 2TD); Brian Hartline, Miami (9 rec.,

Video: Shilique Calhoun offers his best 'Bane'

Michigan State defensive end Shilique Calhoun likes to go by “Bane” on the football field. Dark Knight fans will know what that means. For the non-Batman fans out there, he was the villain in the latest film. To help achieve the alter ego, the Michigan State equipment team gave Calhoun a Justin Tuck-like facemask, one with several bars close together, like Bane’s. [ MORE: Calhoun on his alter ego: “I’m Bane” ] Calhoun discussed his alter ego, and even offered his best Bane impression on Monday night’s #BTNLive. Thank you, Mike Hall, for making Calhoun offer up this Bane

Nebraska, UCLA to honor late Bruin on Saturday

Saturday’s UCLA-Nebraska game is certain to be an emotional one. It can’t be anything but following the sudden death of UCLA walk-on freshman receiver Nick Pasquale. Pasquale was hit by a car and killed while walking in San Clemente, Calif., early Sunday morning. [ MORE: AP: No. 16 UCLA copes after death of freshman receiver ] Both UCLA and Nebraska will honor Pasquale on Saturday, with the Bruins wearing a No. 36 patch on their jersey and the Huskers a No. 36 decal on their helmet. RIP Nicholas Pasquale, to UCLA players, fans and family alike, our hearts and prayers

Video: Beyonce all over Michigan band halftime show

The Michigan band is getting its share of attention through the first two weeks of the 2013 college football season. In Week 1, it was for spelling out this. And, on Saturday night, it was for putting on a show that featured several of Beyonce’s greatest hits. Beyonce even appeared on the screen and delivered a message to Michigan fans. [ MORE: You saw Eminem in the booth Saturday night, right? ] Watch Beyonce’s message and the band’s much-talked-about performance in the Michigan Marching Band YouTube video below. Only question is, what will the Michigan band do in Week 3?

Twitter: Reaction to Devin Gardner wearing No. 98

Ever see a quarterback wear No. 98? No, of course, you haven’t. Until now, that is. Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner rocked the number typically reserved for defensive lineman vs. Notre Dame on Saturday night, and he will do so for the rest of his career. Gardner, who used to wear No. 12, will wear No. 98 to honor Tom Harmon, Michigan’s first Heisman Trophy winner. [ MORE: Track Notre Dame at Michigan | Check out this gallery of Michigan Stadium ] Michigan honors its legends by having select current players wear their numbers, in addition to a Michigan Football Legend