There is no better way for a team to test itself than by playing a tough non-conference foe in September. Here is my pick for each team’s toughest non-league opponent.
The lives of Nebraska’s Sam Foltz and Michigan State’s Mike Sadler recently were honored in moving ceremonies. Jump inside to see more about both of them.
Thank you God… GBR! pic.twitter.com/nBM0l25Xq5 — ben miles (@BenBmiles2) July 31, 2016 (AP) Ben Miles, the son of LSU coach Les Miles, says he’s going to Nebraska to play his college football in 2017. One of the top-rated fullbacks in the nation, the coach’s son announced his pledge on Twitter on Sunday. Miles, who will be a senior this fall at Catholic High in Baton Rouge, picked Nebraska over offers from LSU, Michigan State and Boston College, among others. The 6-foot-1, 210-pound Miles attended Nebraska spring game in April. Coach Mike Riley has said the fullback would have a more
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Who doesn’t love an upset? The shock. The surprise. The unexpectedness. It’s what makes sports fun. Last year gave us Michigan State over Ohio State, Purdue over Nebraska and Northwestern over Stanford, to name a few upsets. What’s in store this season? Here is my “best chance to pull an upset” for each Big Ten team this fall. Illinois. If the offense comes together, the Fighting Illini may have a shot to shock Iowa when the Hawkeyes visit Memorial Stadium on Nov. 19. But how beat up will Illinois be coming off a game the week before at Wisconsin? The
I have to check out “Men of Sparta,” a flick that tells the story of the national champion 1966 Michigan State squad that is too often forgotten. Mlive.com says the film is directed by Bob Apisa, an All-American fullback on the 1965 and 1966 teams. The project, he said, had been discussed for years between members of those teams, but was always put off for a later date. But said as members of those teams began to pass away — including George Webster and Bubba Smith — Apisa said he decided the story of some of the best teams in
Penn State is planting the seeds of STEM in young women's minds.
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