Pretty amazing story coming out of last weekend’s thrilling night game at Michigan. According to AnnArbor.com, sixty-nine-year-old Leo Staudacher was cheering for Notre Dame Sept. 10 when he felt sharp pain in his shoulder during the second quarter.
BTN’s Samantha Goldwasser brings you Thursday afternoon’s Big Ten Blast video update. What is the Big Ten Blast? Find out right now. In this afternoon’s update we have news on Minnesota coach Jerry Kill, who has not yet returned to the team following a seizure on the sideline at the end of the Gophers’ last game.
Iowa’s women’s soccer team continue their winning streak defeating Northern Iowa University, 2-0, Wednesday night at the Iowa Soccer Complex. Leah DeMoss earned both scores for The Hawkeyes in the showdown.
The Penn State men’s soccer team remained unbeaten and unscored upon at home this season with a 1-0 victory over regional foe Saint Francis (Pa.) on Wednesday evening at Jeffrey Field.
As discussed here last Wednesday, the Week 2 schedule was a lot more challenging than what the Big Ten faced in the opening week. As a result, the Big Ten struggled to a 7-5 record, one week after going 10-2. Well, the Week 3 schedule has a few more tough tests, with dates against Pittsburgh, Notre Dame, Arizona State and Miami (Fla.). BTN will air five games Saturday, including Illinois hosting No. 18 Arizona State at 7 p.m. ET. Use our GameFinder to find your BTN game. Watch our latest Big Ten Blast now and check out Brent Yarina’s Week 3 Preview inside.
In the latest webisode of “BTN Soccer Report,” host Kevin Egan and Chicago Fire Goalkeeping Coach Aron Hyde preview the Big Ten men’s soccer season, which begins Friday, Sept. 23. The two discuss the top soccer headlines, including a trio of teams starting freshman goalkeepers, and Aron offers his predictions on who will win the Big Ten and names a pair of players who he thinks Big Ten fans should keep an eye on this fall. Watch the webisode now.
Week 3 hasn’t even kicked off, so any Heisman Trophy talk this early in the season is pure speculation. But with Denard Robinson’s signature moment on national television last week against Notre Dame, is the Michigan quarterback in the discussion? And if so, can he stay in the race throughout the season? Those are just a couple of the topics “Big Ten Football & Beyond” addressed Wednesday night on BTN. Watch now as Teddy Greenstein talks about Robinson.