Down 20 points in the fourth quarter, Michigan State rallied to stun Baylor, 42-41, in the final seconds in the Cotton Bowl on Thursday.
That was fun, wasn't it? Get BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's Best of the 2015 Outback Bowl inside.
This was the second loss in a row and third in four games for Minnesota, which fell flat vs. Missouri en route to a 33-17 defeat. The Golden Gophers got out to a 7-0 lead but were outscored 33-10 the rest of the way. [ MORE: View our 2014-2015 bowl schedule ] Still, Minnesota can build on this loss as the roster continues to develop with Jerry Kill heading into his fifth season next fall. BEST OF CITRUS BOWL Best play: Early in the fourth quarter and trailing 13-7, TE Maxx Williams caught a pass near the sideline. He proceeded
When it's 4th-and-1, give it to Melvin Gordon He goes 53 yards on this #SCTop10 TD run http://t.co/2GjZCyHgdY 21-17 Badgers. #OutbackBowl — ESPN CollegeFootball (@ESPNCFB) January 1, 2015 Another game, another big Melvin Gordon performance. The Heisman runner-up torched Auburn in Thursday afternoon’s Outback Bowl for 200-plus yards, including a highlight-reel 53 yard touchdown run on a pivotal 4th-and-1. Gordon was a beast all afternoon, also scoring three touchdowns. Watch his highlight run above.
Maxx Williams! #SCTop10 In the play of the day thus far, Williams hurdles 2 defenders on this 54-yd TD http://t.co/EjdpMV4ARZ #CitrusBowl — ESPN CollegeFootball (@ESPNCFB) January 1, 2015 What’s better than one hurdle? Two hurdles, of course! Minnesota TE Maxx Williams made yet another highlight play in Thursday afternoon’s Citrus Bowl vs. Missouri. This time, instead of making a head-turning sideline grab, he took the pass from Mitch Leidner and hurdled twice, over two Tigers defenders, on his way to the end zone. The play was so nice it earned one of ESPN play-by-play man Mike Patrick’s “Holy Cow!” calls. Holy cow,
Happy New Year, Big Ten fans! It’s been a wild and entertaining day of New Year’s Day bowls, and there’s still Ohio State vs. Alabama in the Sugar Bowl to go. Catch up on all of today’s action on our Big Ten scoreboard. In completed action, Wisconsin topped Auburn in overtime in the Outback Bowl, Michigan State stunned Baylor in the Cotton Bowl and Minnesota lost to Missouri in the Citrus Bowl. Want to catch up on all of this year’s bowl games? You’ll want to check out our 2014-15 bowl schedule page. Use the links below to track all
It’s game day. The talking is finished. The speculation and conjecture are over. Let’s see who wins this Sugar Bowl clash between No. 1 Alabama and No. 4 Ohio State.
Welcome back, and Happy New Year! The 50th annual Great Lakes Invitational commenced earlier this week and did not disappoint with four great hockey teams showcased. Two Big Ten teams, Michigan and Michigan State, advanced to the finals, and the Wolverines captured their 16th GLI title. Penn State faced adversity in Pittsburgh this week during the Three Rivers Classic, losing to Robert Morris and Western Michigan. Before we jump ahead to what’s in store this weekend, here’s a recap of the scores from earlier this week. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 28 Michigan def. No. 5 Michigan Tech, 2-1 Michigan State def. Ferris
Nebraska’s Tim Miles and Indiana’s Tom Crean had a heated conversation after a hard foul during Indiana’s win at Nebraska on Wednesday night. With just under 10 minutes left, Indiana’s Hanner Mosquera-Perea went up for an alley-oop and was taken to the floor on a hard foul. Before Mosquera-Perea could attempt his free throws, Miles and Crean delayed the action with an exchange that required the officials to call for a quick meeting with the coaches near the scorer’s table. Watch the video above.
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. One out of 68 children born in the U.S. have some form of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). And billions of dollars and thousands of medical professionals have been marshalled to help affected kids meet that challenge. However, very little resources have been devoted to treatment and support for adults with autism. As a result, many ASD sufferers who made great strides in