The way Maryland's William Likely was returning punts in Saturday afternoon's opener vs. Richmond, it was only a matter of time before he returned one for a score.
Saturday was filled with plenty of Big Ten football headlines. Catch up on all of Saturday’s Week 1 Big Ten football action inside. There will be one Big Ten game Sunday (Purdue at Marshall) and Monday (No. 1 Ohio State at Virginia Tech) to close out a four-day opening week of action. Looking for live in-game highlights? We’ll have those all season long at the links below. Illinois football highlights Indiana football highlights Iowa football highlights Maryland football highlights Michigan football highlights Michigan State football highlights Minnesota football highlights Nebraska football highlights Northwestern football highlights Ohio State football highlights Penn
Rutgers’ Janarion Grant returned an opening kick for a touchdown, all right. [ MORE: Like this post? Check out our full Gone Viral section! ] Problem is, the return was on the opening kick of the second half. If you missed it, in an Autoland of Springfield, New Jersey, promotion, 100 random Scarlet Knights students were eligible to win $1,000 apiece, a total of $100,000, if the team returned the season’s first kick for a touchdown. Grant provided the fireworks one half too late, as far as Rutgers students are concerned, however the 80-yard return for a score on a
UPDATE, 2:50 P.M. ET: BTN will simulcast the current live stream of today’s football game against Kent State on BTN TV as soon as the Iowa football game ends. You can still use the link below to continue to watch the Illinois game live on BTN2Go. [TWEET https://twitter.com/BTNElizabeth/status/640233649531691008] Watch first-half highlights here. Friday night’s Kent State at Illinois game was postponed due to inclement weather and will be played at 1 p.m. CT on Saturday. BTN would love to air the game. Unfortunately, we are unable to get the game produced. The production crew hired by BTN to produce Friday’s game is
Rutgers has dismissed five players from its football team following their arrests earlier this week. Coach Kyle Flood announced the dismissals about 10 minutes before the season opener against Norfolk State.
Watch Matt Davison’s full interview with Nebraska coach Mike Riley.
Delicious food, killer whiskey, suspect karaoke. #tipsforjesus #tatertots #goblue #hotelcalifornia A photo posted by tipsforjesus (@tipsforjesus) on Sep 4, 2015 at 5:42pm PDT A season-opening road loss isn’t going to get Michigan football fans down. Not this year, not with former Michigan quarterback and successful coach Jim Harbaugh on the sidelines. This was no more evident than through the extremely generous tip a group of Michigan fans left a server following Thursday night’s 24-17 loss at Utah. The fans left their server, Bre Snow, at the Bourbon House a $3,000 tip on a $505 bill, which amounts to roughly a
At this point in his life, JJ Watt doesn’t really need more publicity. The Houston Texans defensive end and Wisconsin alum has achieved larger-than-life status. Watt is the star of this season of HBO’s “Hard Knocks,” and he’s probably the most well-known player in the NFL after Tom Brady. Today, the media discusses his love life and the celebrities he hangs out with as much as whether or not he’ll lead the Texans to the top of the division this year. But behind the flash and fame that surrounds his life today, this son of Waukesha, Wis., is guided by
Illinois fans will have to wait an extra day to see their football team take the field. The Fighting Illini’s Friday night season opener against Kent State was postponed due to weather and will be played today (Saturday) at 1 p.m. CT. The game can be seen live on BTN2Go. Friday night’s game was scheduled to kick off at 8 p.m. CT, but after three hours of weather delays, the decision was made to push the game to Saturday. Illinois interim head coach Bill Cubit sent out the following tweet shortly after it was announced that the game would be
Reach higher. Those are Mark Dantonio’s words. Not mine. But, I like the sound of it: reach higher. It’s inspiring, which is why it’s the theme of the season for Michigan State. The Spartans did need to reach too high—too high–to beat Western Michigan tonight, taking a 37-24 win. The best way to describe the victory: methodical. Michigan State can play better. And, it must—and will. The Spartans will need to with Oregon coming to East Lansing next week for a prime-time tilt with potential playoff implications. This game vs. Western Michigan—not overly impressive for the Spartans–was about kicking the