The latest AP and Coaches polls were released Tuesday, and there's a new Big Ten team pacing the conference in both. That team? Michigan State, of course!
If you liked Jordan Westerkamp's behind-the-back catch Saturday, you'll love the one a 7-year-old Nebraska fan made.
Could Devin Funchess be the best receiver ever to play at Michigan? His quarterback thinks it's possible. Get this and more in Tuesday's Big Ten headlines.
Former Iowa linebacker Christian Kirksey has yet to play a down in a real NFL game. It doesn’t matter, because he’ll always be remembered no matter how his pro career goes. Kirksey is part of a hilarious Madden ’15 video game glitch. Get our latest Gone Viral posts: The game has Kirskey, 6-foot-2, at 1-foot-2. Evidently, the mistake is part of the “Madden Solo Challenge” mode, according to this story. It also has Kirksey in a Tennessee Titans uniform instead of the Cleveland Browns. Look how small he is! Why is he small pic.twitter.com/tXjWHoeuJC — Redskins 0-16 (@FreshCarbon) September 1,
Jordan Westerkamp was making highlight catches well before his insane behind-the-back grab Saturday. He did it on the youth fields, too, and there's footage to prove it.
There's a reason Melvin Gordon only received two carries in the fourth quarer Saturday vs. LSU. Gary Andersen told reporters Monday that the star running back has a hip flexor.
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If it wasn't for Jordan Westerkamp's behind-the-back catch, we all might be talking about Geno Lewis' Lynn Swann-esque catch in Dublin.
Week 1 is in the books. There was no shortage of highlight-reel plays in the opening week, and none was better than Jordan Westerkamp's behind-the-back catch. Check out our top 10 plays in this post.
Randy Gregory, the reigning Big Ten sacks leader, reinjured his left knee early in Week 1 and is doubtful for Saturday.