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.
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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.
The top four remains the same this week. Who entered the top 5, you ask? That would be Michigan, which impressed in its win against overmatched Appalachian State.
Attention, Nebraska fans: BTN.com wants videos of you doing your best "Westerkamp," basically catching anything behind your back. Film it, use the hashtag #backcatch, and we'll post our favorites!
The results are in, and now it's time to see how the BTN.com team and Big Ten fans did with their Week 1 game predictions. Find out inside!
It's the first Sunday of the college football season, so that means it's time for BTN analyst Gerry DiNardo's inaugural installment of "Sunday Ruminations."
That was a fun opening week! BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart hands out Week 1 honors, grades, stock reports and so much more.
After Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller went down with a season-ending injury, the biggest question around the Big Ten became: Who is the top quarterback? Big Ten fans got some answers on Saturday, as we saw several quarterback compile outstanding performances. Here are my Big Ten quarterback rankings from Week 1. 1. Connor Cook, Michigan State. Cook only played one half, but it sure was a special one. The reigning MVP of the Big Ten title game and Rose Bowl hit 12-of-13 passes for 285 yards and three touchdowns in the Spartans’ 45-7 victory over Jacksonville State. More impressive: Cook