At your local grocery store, you’ll see an assortment of energy and sport drinks, caffeinated beverages and various juices. In other words, drinks that promise to improve physical performance in one way or another. But what if there was a drink that could scientifically enhance your brain’s performance? A University of Maryland School of Medicine professor recently developed Kolé Life Foods, a Baltimore-based company offering a new line of beverages aimed at increasing several different brain functions. As of now, the start-up features four flavors of beverages: Inspire, designed to enhance alertness and focus; Happy, a mood booster; Dreams, which
Ohio State won three event titles at the 2016 Big Ten Men’s Gymnastics Championships.
It was only a matter of time before it happened, and it became reality Saturday afternoon. [ MORE: Read MGoBlue.com’s full game recap ] Longtime Michigan coach Carol Hutchins broke the NCAA softball wins record in an 8-0 run-rule victory at Indiana. The victory marked Hutchins’ 1,458th career win, and it’s one she’ll likely never forget. The Wolverines made sure of that, dominating on the diamond and then celebrating their coach’s achievement following the final out (not the best day for an ice bath) and on the team bus. Watch Hutchins set the record in the video above, and check
The Ohio State football team hosted its fifth annual Student Appreciation Day on Saturday. Nearly 2,500 students attended the much-anticipated event inside the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. After taking in an hour-long scrimmage, it was all about the students. There was a fastest student race and a post-practice autograph and photo session with coaches and players, to name a couple highlights. They even got to hear from Urban Meyer, who entertained while speaking to the students. At one point, the coach kicked out a student wearing blue, the color of fierce rival Michigan. Watch the moment in the video at
Water polo fan or not, one should have no trouble enjoying Allison Skaggs’ highlight goal Saturday. [ MORE: Watch our other favorite #BTNStandout plays ] Skaggs’ spinning backhander with 1:18 left in the second quarter was nothing short of extraordinary. Even better: It tied the score, at 4, and helped Michigan knock off heated rival Indiana, 11-8. Watch the incredible goal in the video above. Advice: Make sure to wait for the replays, because they are must-see stuff. *** [https://twitter.com/MichiganOnBTN/status/716324207177519104]
Year Two under Jim Harbaugh gained more momentum with the spring game on Friday. And, excitement continues to grow coming off a 10-win debut for Harbaugh. But questions loom for a Michigan program that is looking for its first Big Ten title since 2004. Here are four observations. 1. It looks like Wilton Speight—yes, Wilton Speight—has emerged as the leader in the quarterback race to replace Jake Rudock. The 6-6 Speight engineered two TD drives to lead his squad to victory in the spring game. The sophomore hit 5-of-6 passes for 46 yards with a scoring toss to star tight
Have you ever left your house and forgotten whether you locked the front door or fed your dog? Or perhaps you can’t remember where you left your wallet… A group of Northwestern students teamed up to help you answer all of those questions, no matter where you are. And their solution to the problem is pretty cool, too. Jackie Wu, the 25-year-old CEO of Eighty Nine Robotics, holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Northwestern. He first envisioned his “Rook” — a fly-from-anywhere drone for the home — in Fall 2014, when he began his master of Science in Robotics at
The third-ranked Ohio State men’s gymnastics team captured the 2016 Big Ten Men’s Gymnastics Championship Friday in front of a hometown crowd of 1,579 at St. John Arena. The Buckeyes secured their 13th Big Ten title overall and first since 2007. Ohio State totaled 434.450 team points and set the high team score of the night on three events: rings (75.250), vault (73.900) and floor exercise (73.550). Illinois was runner-up with 429.700 points, followed by third-place Minnesota (429.100). Redshirt sophomore and U.S. Senior National Team Member Sean Melton won his first career Big Ten all-around title – the first for
Football is here as the Michigan Wolverines kicked off the 2016 spring football season with the first Big Ten spring game of the year.
MARYLAND RELEASE — Maryland Head Coach DJ Durkin announced Friday that Scott Shafer has stepped down as the team’s defensive coordinator for personal reasons. “I want to thank DJ Durkin for the opportunity to be on his staff, but at this time I feel it’s best to step aside to tend to personal matters,” said Shafer. “I’m sincerely appreciative of his support and friendship.” “I, along with the entire Maryland football family, will continue to support Scott in every way that we can,” said Durkin. Shafer originally joined the Terrapins football staff on December 9. Read more at umterps.com.