The first USA Today/NWCA Division I Coaches Poll was released Saturday, and No. 1 Iowa paces a whopping nine ranked Big Ten teams.
Pure, unadulterated dominance. There really is no other way to describe with Iowa did to Northwestern on Saturday in Kinnick Stadium.
The first Saturday of November is in the books. Here are the Week 10 results: Ohio State cruised by Illinois, Nebraska downed Purdue, Michigan dropped Indiana, Iowa rolled past Northwestern, Wisconsin shut out Rutgers and Maryland nipped Penn State. Catch up on all the action on our Week 10 scoreboard. Use the links below to get caught up on all of the action. OHIO STATE 55, ILLINOIS 14: BOX | PBP | AP RECAP | ILL VIDEO | OSU VIDEO Curtis Samuel ran for two touchdowns and J.T. Barrett hit Devin Smith on two scoring passes – all in the
We have seen plenty of unique play cards on college football sidelines over the years. It looks like Indiana is getting into the mix.
Maryland coach Randy Edsall apologized for his players' actions prior to Saturday's game vs. Penn State. See the complete video here!
Throw Northwestern wide receiver Mike McHugh’s name into the hat for Big Ten catch of the year. McHugh made an incredible one-handed sideline grab Saturday at Iowa that was right up there with Jordan Westerkamp’s behind-the-back catch, Randy Edsall’s leaping sideline grab and Tony Lippett’s Willie Mays-esque highlight, among others. The most impressive part of the catch: McHugh, running toward the right sideline, readjusted in midair and used his right hand to haul it in. That’s not easy. It had a little – again, a little – Charles Woodson to it. The catch was first ruled incomplete, but it was
We’re collecting the best USA Today photos from Week 10 of the college football season. All of our photo galleries can be found over here. And here’s the live Week 10 scoreboard page.
ESPN's College GameDay panel had some fun on Saturday as the crew dressed up as college football coaches. Who had the best costume? Vote here!
Penn State is 35-1-1 vs. Big Ten newcomer Maryland, however the two school haven’t met since 1993. Make no mistake, Maryland is trying to make this series with its East neighbor a rivalry, and that was evident in pregame Saturday at Beaver Stadium. Not only did things get a little chippy before kickoff, the Terps refused to shake hands with the Nittany Lions prior to the coin toss at midfield. Following the game, a 20-19 Maryland victory, Randy Edsall apologized for his players’ behavior. Watch Edsall’s postgame interview below:
Happy November! Don't believe that it's November? Go outside, and you'll feel it. Brrr! Check out some of Week 10's new/alternate designs inside.