Don’t know about you, but I’m always a fan of FOX columnist Bruce Feldman’s “Freaks” lists. [ MORE: View our bowl schedule | Polls: Pick your winners! ] With bowl season underway, Feldman has posted his top 10 Freaks you must watch during bowl season. The list includes two Big Ten players, headlined by Iowa offensive tackle Brandon Scherff at No. 2. No surprise there. He did do this earlier this year. The other Big Ten player? Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa, right? Nope! It’s Ohio State tight end Jeff Heuerman, who comes in at No. 9. Here’s a
Highly respected Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi appears to be getting his shot. According to reports, Narduzzi will be named Pitt head coach.
It's Jim Harbaugh's birthday, and the Michigan football Twitter account (@umichfootball) sent birthday wishes to the former Wolverine.
What was Michigan State's high and low point in 2014? What about its offensive and defensive MVP? Get Tom Dienhart's 2014 Michigan State season review inside.
This one counted. Austin Hatch, who hit a free throw during exhibition play, officially entered the scoring column by hitting the middle of three free throws Monday night.
That was a busy and fun day of Big Ten men’s basketball action! Catch up all 11 games on our Big Ten scoreboard. In afternoon action, Northwestern rolled UIC and Penn State blew out Dartmouth to move to 12-1. In later action, Michigan State blasted The Citadel, Ohio State destroyed Miami (OH), Purdue lost to Gardner-Webb, Indiana stormed past New Orleans, Minnesota put away Furman, Michigan knocked off Coppin State, Iowa dropped North Florida, No. 6 Wisconsin won at Cal and Nebraska lost at Hawaii. Use the links below to catch up on all of the action. NORTHWESTERN 63, UIC
Following Michigan State's easy win in its non-conferene finale Monday night, Tom Izzo had a few messages for the fans. Hear what he told them inside.
A couple of years ago, Adidas and Michigan combined on several alternate uniforms. The two are back at again, and Michigan will wear a throwback on Jan. 10. See it inside.
D.J. Newbill knows how to get himself on the national highlight shows. Whether it’s with a highlight dunk or a cold-blooded game-winner, Newbill is no stranger to compiling the impressive play. The Penn State star showed that again in Monday afternoon’s 69-49 win over Dartmouth, driving for a buzzer-beating dunk to end the first half. Not only was this a rare buzzer-beating dunk, but Newbill also put the poor Dartmouth defender on a poster.
It's Monday, and that means it's time for Jess Settles' latest Big Ten Player Rankings. See his revamped top 10 list inside.