Bradley Roby is a playmaker, and we saw it in Saturday night’s victory at Northwestern. Late in the first quarter, the star cornerback blocked a Northwestern punt in the end zone and recovered for Ohio State’s first touchdown of the game. Roby also did the same thing last year at Indiana. Watch the highlight-reel play in this post.
Blake Countess sure isn’t playing like a guy who missed all of last season with a torn ACL. In fact, the Wolverine tied Nebraska’s Stanley Jean-Baptiste atop the Big Ten interception leader board (4) when he picked off Mitch Leidner and returned it 72 yards for the touchdown. Watch the pick-6 in this post.
Entering a matchup against the seventh-ranked rush defense in the country, Michigan State figured it would need to have success in the air to have any shot at winning its Big Ten opener Saturday at Iowa.
Nebraska’s Kenny Bell is known for his big-play ability. In Saturday’s win over Illinois, the junior star hauled in a ridiculous leaping, one-handed grab. But the catch wasn’t enough. No, Bell blew past several Illinois defenders on his way to the end zone for a 37-yard touchdown. Watch the highlight-reel catch in this post.
Minnesota’s Jerry Kill suffered a seizure Saturday morning and will not coach in today’s game at Michigan, according to Minnesota officials. This is Kill’s second seizure of the season, as he suffered one right before halftime vs. Western Illinois in Week 3. Read Minnesota’s official release in this post.
We hope you’re pumped for the inaugural season of Big Ten hockey. If you’re not, a brilliant BigTenConference YouTube video should do the trick. Watch Big Ten coaches, including Bill O’Brien and Tom Izzo, flash their hockey smiles in the video in this post.
Did you see all the best video from “Hoosier Hysteria” on Friday night? If not, you’ve come to the right place. Watch Indiana raise its 2013 Big Ten championship banner now, and see all of our other video highlights from the event in this post.