It isn't a Sunday without BTN analyst Gerry DiNardo's latest installment of "Sunday Ruminations." Get DiNardo's Week 6 thoughts inside.
The results are in, and now it's time to see how the BTN.com team and Big Ten fans did with their Week 6 game predictions. Find out inside!
You've probably seen the Amara Darboh catch that was ruled incomplete late in Saturday's game at Rutgers. If not, see the play here.
Michigan coach Brady Hoke met the media following Saturday night's loss at Rutgers, and the media asked him some tough questions. Watch it all here.
That was a fun day of football! Michigan State sent Nebraska to its first loss of the season to highlight the action. Catch up on all of the Week 6 action inside and on our Big Ten scoreboard. Also, view our Week 6 photo gallery. MICHIGAN STATE 27, NEBRASKA 22: BOX | PBP | AP RECAP | NEB VIDEO | MSU VIDEO Trae Waynes intercepted Tommy Armstrong’s pass with 30 seconds remaining, and No. 10 Michigan State held off a furious Nebraska rally, beating the No. 19 Cornhuskers 27-22 on Saturday night. RUTGERS 26, MICHIGAN 24: BOX | PBP |
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Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon answered questions about the handling of the Shane Morris situation directly with reporters. What did he say? Find out inside!
On Thursday’s edition of BTN Live, Dave Revsine, Howard Griffith and Chuck Long discussed the latest updates on the University of Michigan football program and their handling of sophomore quarterback Shane Morris’ injury. Earlier today, Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon spoke to several media outlets, saying he prefers to wait until the end of the season before evaluating his coaches, suggesting Brady Hoke is safe for now as the head coach at Michigan. He said that Michigan’s athletic department feels strongly that coaches deserve “every opportunity” to compete through the season, and that all 31 of the school’s coaches are