Week 9 of the Big Ten season included close games, blowout games, an upset, and plenty of exceptional individual performances on both sides of the ball. Here are my top Week 9 Big Ten individual performances. 1. Ameer Abdullah, RB, Nebraska. The Huskers’ star running back continues to make his case for being a Heisman Trophy finalist this season. Abdullah totaled 341 all-purpose yards in a 42-24 victory over Rutgers, which set a new school record. His 225 rushing yards marks the fourth time this season Abdullah has topped the 200-yard mark on the ground. When it comes to college
Full officials' transcript, per #PennState pool reporter: pic.twitter.com/s1ZF6A1Wly — Mark Wogenrich (@MarkWogenrich) October 26, 2014 Penn State fans won’t soon forget two plays from Saturday night’s 31-24 double overtime loss to No. 12 Ohio State. First, there was the early controversial Vonn Bell interception that was reviewed and upheld, leading to an Ohio State touchdown, the first points of the game. Replays showed that the ball hit the ground. Then, on Ohio State’s field goal to go ahead 10-0 early in the second quarter, the play clock appeared to expire three seconds before the ball was snapped. See what referee
That was a fun day of football! Here are the Week 9 results: No. 12 Ohio State knocked off Penn State in double overtime, No. 5 Michigan State topped Michigan, No. 16 Nebraska dropped Rutgers, Wisconsin drilled Maryland and Illinois upset No. 24 Minnesota. Catch up on the all the action on our Big Ten scoreboard. Also, view our Week 9 gallery. Looking for some more Big Ten links? We also have the latest Big Ten standings, stats, campus weather reports and major polls. OHIO STATE 31, PENN STATE 24 – 2OT: BOX | PBP | AP RECAP | OSU VIDEO
What should Big Ten football fans be looking for on Saturday? BTN.com web editor Sean Merriman asks former Maryland standout Shawne Merriman to point out one impact player for every Week 9 Big Ten game.
It is no secret that Ohio State fans get loud when their Buckeyes play inside the ‘Shoe. Now, can you imagine how loud it will get when the most popular boy band in the world comes to play at Ohio Stadium? British boy band One Direction will play at Ohio Stadium, the home of the Ohio State Buckeyes’ football team, on Aug. 18, 2015. What does this have to do with college football, outside of the fact that the band will be playing in the Buckeyes’ football stadium? Well, the band posed for a promotional photo for the concert while
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Who wins Week 9 Big Ten games? See our team's picks and select your winners inside!
Tom Dienhart and Sean Merriman have released their Week 9 Big Ten Player Rankings. See who made their top five lists inside.
How do you feel about the College Football Playoff Committee releasing a weekly poll, starting Tuesday? Tom Dienhart isn't a fan, and neither is Jerry Palm. See why inside.
Two interesting clashes make this Saturday appealing, as Michigan plays at Michigan State and Ohio State goes to Penn State in a light week of action.