Ohio State fans really enjoyed Ezekiel Elliott’s fourth touchdown run of the day vs. Notre Dame on Friday. Not only was it his fourth score, but the running back flashed Joey Bosa’s signature shrug in the end zone. Bosa, the back-to-back Big Ten Defensive Lineman of the Year, was ejected in the first quarter for targeting. So, Elliott decided to honor his fellow standout junior. It was a nice gesture, especially because Bosa didn’t get an opportunity to do the celebration in his final game in an Ohio State uniform, this after announcing he will enter the 2016 NFL Draft.
Joey Bosa’s Ohio State career looks like it will come to an end earlier than expected. [ MORE: Check out the complete 2015-16 bowl schedule ] The star defensive lineman and two-time Big Ten Defensive Lineman of the Year was ejected for targeting in the first quarter of the Fiesta Bowl vs. Notre Dame on Friday. Bosa, a junior and one of the top pro prospects, recently announced he will enter the 2016 NFL Draft. Watch the targeting play above, which not only resulted in Bosa’s ejection but negated what turned out to be an Ohio State interception. Bosa apologized
It's New Year's Day, and that means it's all about Big Ten bowl games. There's a total of four Big Ten games today, culminating with the Rose Bowl Game, the Granddaddy of them All.
Big Ten fans will get their football fix New Year’s Day, and they’ll get their basketball fix Saturday. BTN/BTN2Go will air five of the day’s six games, as part of a 10-hour marathon, starting with Penn State at Michigan (noon ET) and ending with Maryland at Northwestern (8 ET). View the full scoreboard. We asked BTN analyst Jon Crispin to tell us why each team in the five-game marathon can win, and you can read his thoughts below. PENN STATE at MICHIGAN (NOON ET) Penn State will win if … it can limit Michigan to 60 points or fewer by
During football and basketball games, BTN LiveBIG will spotlight notable examples of research, innovation and community service from around the conference. In-Game stories will provide more background on these features, and the opportunity to view the videos again. Here’s a fun question: Can you name your favorite birthday? If so, does it compare to a birthday that had: 1. A full-blown press conference at The Ohio State University. 2. Signing a letter of intent to become an official member of the 29-time national-champion Buckeye synchronized swimming team. 3. Getting a personal locker loaded with Ohio State gear, including a team
So many storylines dominated the Cotton Bowl matchup. Michigan State was making its first playoff appearance coming off a Big Ten title. Alabama was here last year, getting upset as the No. 1 seed by Ohio State, which went on to win the championship. Protégé (Mark Dantonio) was trying to beat mentor (Nick Saban). On it went. [ MORE: BOWL SCHEDULE | GALLERY | AP RECAP | BOX | PLAY-BY-PLAY ] In the end, it was all Alabama, which cruised to a 38-0 victory at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. BEST OF THE COTTON BOWL Best play: There were none
There are dedicated Michigan State fans all over the world. [ MORE: Track Michigan State vs. Alabama ] From East Lansing to Arlington and Ireland to Singapore, no matter the local time, Spartans fans are proudly cheering on their favorite team in the Cotton Bowl semifinal. We asked fans on Twitter to show us how they were watching the highly anticipated game vs. SEC champ Alabama, and the responses were impressive. If you’re interested, here’s our view tonight. Check out some of our favorite pictures fans sent our way below.
We scooped up our favorite photos from Thursday’s Cotton Bowl game between Michigan State and Alabama. Take a look in this post and make sure you follow us on Instagram, too.
(AP) Jake Coker played the game of his career, hooking up with Calvin Ridley for two touchdowns, as the second-ranked Crimson Tide aired it out to beat No. 3 Michigan State 38-0 Thursday night and advance to the national championship game. [ MORE: GALLERY | AP RECAP | BOX | PLAY-BY-PLAY ] Alabama (13-1) will face No. 1 Clemson (14-0), which put away Oklahoma in the first national semifinal, on Jan. 11 in Arizona looking for its fourth national title in nine seasons under coach Nick Saban. The Tide looked like a team with no weaknesses against overmatched Michigan State
Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa and running back Ezekiel Elliott will skip their senior seasons and declare for the NFL draft.