New Nebraska coach Mike Riley gets it. It’s all about the football at Nebraska. Always has been, and it always will be. That’s why he’s here.
Minnesota coach Jerry Kill liked the way starting quarterback Mitch Leidner and his two backups performed during the Gophers' spring game on Saturday.
Looking for something cool, something to share with friends? The Nebraska football team provided it during its annual spring game Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium.
Mike Riley’s first spring game as Nebraska’s head football coach was a giant success. [ MORE: Watch replay of Nebraska spring game on BTN2Go ] The university announced that 76,881 fans attended the annual Red-White Spring Football Game on Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium. Nebraska drew 61,772 fans at last year’s event, which ranked fifth among all schools in 2014. Alabama led the nation in spring game attendance last season, drawing a total of 73,506 fans. The Huskers topped that number by more than 3,000 fans Saturday. Check it out. According to BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart, who was in
Nebraska held its annual spring game Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium. Get all of the top highlights and interviews inside.
It was a gigantic first half for Marcus Leak in Maryland’s annual spring game Saturday afternoon. The wide receiver hauled in three touchdown passes, accounting for all three first-half touchdowns, and they were impressive ones, to boot. Leak started things off with a beautiful catch-and-run, dispatching several would-be tacklers on his way to the end zone. Watch Leak’s first TD grab in the video above. His second score was on a short reception, while the third came on a highlight leaping grab. Watch the second and third scoring receptions below. Leak finished the day with six receptions, 132 yards and
Northwestern held its final practice of the spring season Saturday on BTN/BTN2Go. Get all of the top moments from Lakeside Field inside.
The Purdue football team will have a new home uniform design to choose from this fall. The Boilermakers unveiled the new Nike alternate Saturday morning.
Students at Big Ten universities aren’t waiting until they get out into the “real world” to make a difference. Find out how they’re working together to create positive, meaningful change in this BTN LiveBIG series: the Student Section. Editor’s Note: Throughout the universities in the Big Ten Conference, it’s a tradition for large groups of students to get together annually to dance the night (and day) away to raise money for pediatric cancer causes. While their dance marathons vary in size and atmosphere, the people who make them happen can probably relate to the experience of Kinan Tadmori, Rutgers student
Just because the 2014-15 college basketball season is in the books, that doesn't mean the excitement surrounding college basketball is over.