This is the penultimate week of the Big Ten schedule. And the action figures to be at a peak, as all 14 schools will be in action headlined by Ohio State’s visit to Michigan State in what could be a de facto Big Ten East championship game.
NJ.com takes a look at 10 Rutgers players who changed positions this spring. Warning: This is a slide show. Chief among the changes: Julian Pinnix-Odrick has moved back to DE after being a DT. He needs to bring heat off the edge for a d-line that has a lot to prove. *** Got your daily dose of Harbaugh here: Today, he says his Michigan staff is gaining energy as his camp tour rages on. Really? More energy? I’ll have what Jimmy is having. But Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi offers this: “We’re not going to do (that) many,” he said. “I
Another week of full action, with seven games involving all 14 schools. There are six division games. The only one that isn’t—Michigan at Iowa—is the sexiest matchup of them all. Iowa has won four of the last five from Michigan, including the last three in Kinnick Stadium. (Iowa is 6-4 in its last 10 vs. U-M.) The last time the Wolverines won along Melrose Ave. was 2005, a 23-20 decision. These schools haven’t met since 2013. Here is a look at the Best of Week 11. Game of the week: Michigan at Iowa. This game for the Hawkeyes comes on
Legendary Michigan State hockey coach Ron Mason passed away Monday at the age of 76. Mason was the second-winningest coach in college hockey history, recording 924 career wins and a 635-270-69 mark in 23 seasons at MSU. He led MSU to 17 CCHA regular-season and playoff titles and guided 23 teams to the NCAA Tournament. Mason also served as MSU’s Athletic Director from 2002-07. Following the news of Mason’s death, many former Michigan State athletes took to Twitter to share their condolences. Saddened to hear about the passing of legendary coach Ron Mason. He exemplified what it meant to be
BTN will televise 17 games the first three weeks, beginning with seven the opening week and starting with the first game of the season: Oregon State at Minnesota on Thursday, Nov. 1 in a Pac-12-Big Ten clash.
BTN announced its first 17 games of the 2016 football season.
This is good to see: Jim Harbaugh and Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly pushing to get the Michigan-ND series going again. College football needs these teams playing. They’re both also on the same page in terms of reigniting the rivalry between Michigan and Notre Dame, with the goal of it starting the 2018 or 2019 season. “I’ve been on board since the inception,” Harbaugh said at the recent Sound Mind Sound Body camp at Wayne State in Detroit. “It’s something that’s been working on for many months, going on seven, eight, nine months now. There are still some T’s to
Few public universities in the United States have the historic pedigree of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. The institution, which traces its lineage back to its original charter in 1766, is celebrating its 250th “birthday” this year, making it slightly older than the U.S. itself. Still, it’s looking good for its age. The university counts many modern trailblazers among its alumni, including novelist Junot Diaz, civil rights leader Paul Robeson, female soccer star Carli Lloyd and economist Milton Friedman. And Rutgers alumni, faculty and students continue to make a mark on this country and the world, as demonstrated
Joe, love the yearbook quote. Thanks for your loyalty & support! Best of luck at VCU this fall! pic.twitter.com/Gms2jWrcZX — Kirk Cousins (@KirkCousins8) June 10, 2016 Kirk Cousins’ “You like that?!” quote will stand the test of time. [ MORE: Like this post? Check out our full Gone Viral section ] It will live forever in Washington-Lee High School’s 2016 yearbook. That’s because Joseph Langley, who is Virginia Commonwealth-bound, used the phrase Cousins shouted after orchestrating Washington’s biggest comeback in franchise history last season as his senior quote. Cousins got wind of the quote, and, to no surprise, he loved
Raekwon McMillan is a big-time tackler. Sunday, at the Ohio State Football Women's Clinic, the Ohio State star and reigning first-team All-Big Ten linebacker (media) showed he's a good sport about being on the opposite end of a tackle.