Wisconsin fans will appreciate a shirt for sale at a store across from the University Book Store. It’s a simple red shirt with “#KARMA” across the chest, an obvious dig at former coach Bret Bielema’s wife, Jen Bielema. Jen famously tweeted “#karma” after the Badgers lost early last season at Arizona State, the controversial game in which the officials let time expire on Wisconsin’s final drive in enemy territory.
Millions of people suffer from types of cancer that require a bone marrow transplant. Although most people know about donating blood, many fewer know you can donate your bone marrow. Although relatives can be a good match, they aren’t always. So Be the Match, a nonprofit organization, focuses on getting people to get tested and then listed in the donor registry. People who are registered only donate when a match is found.
Ever wonder what the emotion is like at the NCAA Wrestling Championships? It’s intense for those unaware, and @NCAAWrestling captured a picture that perfectly portrays what this event means. We like the shot even more because it’s Northwestern freshman Jason Tsirtsis letting out the emotions. Check out the photo in this post. You won’t be disappointed.
The second day of the Big Ten Men’s Hockey Tournament is officially in the books. No. 2 Wisconsin opened the day with an impressive 2-1 win over No. 6 Penn State. Ohio State followed with a memorable 3-1 upset victory over No. 1 Minnesota. We tweet out all the links during games via Twitter @BigTenNetwork.
No. 1 and two-time reigning NCAA champ Minnesota rallied past No. 3 Wisconsin, 5-3, on Friday night in the 2014 NCAA Women’s Frozen Four national semifinals. The Gophers will play Clarkson, which beat Mercyhurst in the other semifinal, in the championship game at 3 p.m. ET Sunday.
Ohio State freshman goalie Christian Frey recorded 30 saves as the Buckeyes pulled off a memorable 3-1 upset victory over No. 1-ranked Minnesota in a Big Ten Men’s Hockey Tournament semifinal matchup on Friday night. Anthony Greco, Ryan Dzingel and Nick Schilkey all scored goals for the Buckeyes, who will advance to play No. 2 Wisconsin in Saturday’s Big Ten Championship Game.
I closed my eyes and said a prayer. It’s all I could think to do when I read Fran McCaffery’s statement from Iowa: “Today, we received word from doctors that the tumor that was removed during our son Patrick’s surgery on Wednesday is malignant. We will visit with doctors as soon as possible to determine Patrick’s treatment.