The Big Ten handed out its latest weekly men's basketball honors, and Michigan State's Bryn Forbes and Purdue's A.J. Hammons share the top honors. See all of the plaudits inside.
Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott has been cited for three misdemeanors following a car accident Sunday before the team left for the Fiesta Bowl in Arizona.
Ohio State true freshman A.J. Harris is almost always the shortest guy on the floor. At 5-foot-9, so is the life of a Division I men’s basketball player. Height doesn’t mean everything, though, and Harris showed just that with his highlight rejection late in the first half of Ohio State’s 73-57 victory over South Carolina State on Sunday night. Best part: Harris’ block of Eric Eaves (6-foot-3) in transition marked his first career rejection. Probably the first of many, if this is any indication. Watch the highlight block in the video above or below. *** There were a lot of
Iowa fans are stoked to be headed to the 2016 Rose Bowl Game – even if they were oh-so close to making the second annual College Football Playoff. [ MORE: Full bowl schedule | Polls: Pick bowl winners | Best of the Bowls | Ranking the bowls | Big Ten bowl bags | Bowl storylines | Get all of our bowl coverage ] The Hawkeyes last made the trip to Pasadena at the end of the 1990 season, losing to Washington, 46-34, in the 1991 Rose Bowl Game. Twenty-five years later, Iowa is back in the Granddaddy of them All.
Three Big Ten men’s basketball teams closed out their non-conference seasons Sunday on BTN, and all three recorded double-digit victories. No. 4 Maryland started the festivities by taking down Marshall, 87-67, Ohio State followed with a 73-57 win over South Carolina State, and Northwestern finished the night with a 74-59 comeback win vs. Loyola Maryland. Catch up on all of the day’s action on our Big Ten scoreboard. Big Ten conference play tips off Tuesday night, with Wisconsin hosting No. 13 Purdue and Iowa entertaining No. 1 Michigan State. Get video highlights and final scores from Sunday’s action below. MARYLAND
The future is bright for Nebraska freshman Stanley Morgan Jr. [ MORE: BOWL SCHEDULE | DIENHART REAX | AP RECAP | BOX | PLAY-BY-PLAY ] The wide receiver out of New Orleans is an obvious talent, and he showed just what he’s capable of in Nebraska’s 37-29 comeback win over UCLA on Saturday night in the Foster Farms Bowl. Tied 21-21 early in the third quarter, Morgan hauled in a beautiful one-handed touchdown grab to put the Huskers ahead, proving to be the game-winning score. Morgan, who added a nine-yard reception, finished his first season with 25 catches for 304
This season, the highly ranked Maryland Terrapins men’s and women’s basketball teams are generating a lot of excitement in College Park and beyond. But there’s another basketball program out of Maryland that’s making a big impact, even though it isn’t ranked and doesn’t have thousands of spectators. That would be the College Park Dream Team. Now in its fourth year, the program pairs area youth with law enforcement officers from three local departments for a series of basketball games to foster positive relationships and encourage dialogue between them. The College Park Dream Team is the result of Gloria Aparicio Blackwell,
Nebraska was one of three teams in the postseason with a 5-7 record. UCLA also arrived in the Foster Farm’s Bowl slumping, losing two of its last three after looking like a contender in the Pac-12 South. [ MORE: BOWL SCHEDULE | AP RECAP | BOX SCORE | PLAY-BY-PLAY ] But it was the Huskers who got to end 2015 on an up note, scoring 30 consecutive points after trailing 21-7. The victory still didn’t give Nebraska a winning mark, as it finished with a 6-7 record–its first losing mark since 2007. The win also gives the program some much-needed
Mike Riley and Nebraska wrote a positive final chapter to the coach’s first season in Lincoln on Saturday night. The Cornhuskers, who made a bowl game despite a 5-7 record, rallied and held off UCLA, 37-29, in the 2015 Foster Farms Bowl at Levi Stadium Get our favorite Foster Farms Bowl photos, courtesy of USA TODAY Sports Images, below.
The first Big Ten bowl was a doozie, as Duke took a 44-41 overtime win vs. Indiana in a Pinstripe Bowl that featured eight lead changes. [ MORE: BOWL SCHEDULE | GALLERY | AP RECAP | BOX | PLAY-BY-PLAY ] It was the Blue Devils’ first postseason win since a Cotton Bowl triumph after the 1960 season, ending a five-bowl skid. The Hoosiers have now lost three bowls in a row, last winning the Copper Bowl in 1991. Indiana finishes 6-7 and still has not had a winning season since 1994. BEST OF PINSTRIPE BOWL Best play: There were some