Another week is behind us, so now it’s time to look back at our top 10 stories from the week that was. See our top 10 most-read stories from last week in this post.
Lots to digest after a tantalizing weekend of action. Front and center was the Penn State at Nebraska game. The Cornhuskers’ 32-23 triumph kept them in the driver’s seat to win the Legends Division. But Penn State denizens still are miffed that tight end Matt Lehman’s lunge across the end zone was ruled a fumble instead of what would have been a game-changing touchdown. Read about that, and more, in my daily links.
The first week of the Big Ten men’s basketball season is in the books. BTN.com video editors spent the week clipping some of the best dunks from the week and have compiled them all into one video highlight for your viewing pleasure. Watch some of the best dunks from the opening week now.
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Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State and Northwestern have earned berths to the NCAA Men’s Soccer Championship, the selection committee announced on Monday. This season marks the fifth time in the last six years the Big Ten has had at least four teams earn bids to the tournament, which beings on Thursday.
The latest BCS Standings were released Sunday night, and the Big Ten has two teams ranked for the second consecutive week. This time, No. 21 Michigan, which beat then-No. 24 Northwestern in overtime Saturday, joins No. 14 Nebraska.
Brandon Ubel had 17 of his 21 points in the second half Sunday as Nebraska opened the season with a 66-55 win over Southern in Tim Miles’ coaching debut with the Cornhuskers. Dylan Talley added 17 points and Ray Gallegos had 16 for Nebraska. Ubel also had 11 rebounds.
The top of the power rankings didn’t get shaken up, but Wisconsin made a move from No. 6 to No. 4 following its emphatic victory at Indiana that clinched the Leaders Division’s spot in the Big Ten championship game. Where do I have your Big Ten team ranked? Find out in this post.
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