It’s the final weekend of the regular season. And, a lot is on the line. Michigan State is trying to sew up the East Division, while four teams are fighting to get to win No. 6 and guaranteed bowl eligibility. Oh, and Urban-Jim Bowl I takes place. [ MORE: Week 13 previews | Week 13 scoreboard | Stats | Standings | Latest polls | Polls: Pick Week 13 winners | Power Rankings | Bowl Projections | Best of Week 13 | Mailbag | Q&A: Greg McMullen | Week 12 award winners | YouTube highlights ] Here are some Week 13
Big Ten fans were treated to six men’s basketball games on Tuesday. [ MORE: Check out our Big Ten men’s basketball scoreboard ] Indiana kicked off the day with an impressive 83-73 win over St. Johns. Northwestern also impressed with a 67-62 victory over Missouri, while Nebraska cruised by UAPB, 67-44. No. 2-ranked Maryland finished a jam-packed night of Big Ten basketball by blasting Illinois State, 77-66. In other Big Ten men’s hoops action, Penn State lost to Radford, 86-74, while Ohio State fell to Louisiana Tech, 82-74. With two games on BTN, and another one on BTN Plus, we
Around 200 Michigan football fans gathered for a walk through Forest Hill Cemetery on Tuesday night. [ MORE: Week 13 previews | Week 13 scoreboard | Stats | Standings | Lastest CFP rankings | Power Rankings | Bowl Projections | Best of Week 13 | Mailbag | Q&A: Greg McMullen | Week 12 award winners | YouTube highlights ] The mission: To visit the graves of legendary Michigan football coaches Fielding Yost and Bo Schembechler, as well as longtime radio broadcaster Bob Ufer. The grave walk begin as an organized event in 1997, according to Detroit News Michigan Football reporter
This weekend, Ohio State and Michigan will meet on the football field in one of the most storied rivalries in all of sports. However, in order to grab a spot in the Big Ten title game, the winner of that game will need some help. To have a chance at playing in the conference title game, Ohio State and Michigan need Michigan State to lose to Penn State on Saturday. If the Nittany Lions were to pull off an upset over the Spartans, then the winner of the Ohio State vs. Michigan game would represent the Big Ten in the
The College Football Playoff committee released its fourth set of rankings Tuesday night, and Iowa moved into the No. 4 spot in the updated poll.
Each Tuesday morning during the Big Ten football season, the 14 Big Ten football coaches hold a Big Ten teleconference with reporters from around the country. We post the audio for each segment of the call here.
The final weekend of the season, also known as Rivalry Week, is here. And, to no surprise, there is no shortage of storylines.
How will the fourth College Football Playoff rankings look Tuesday night? Expect a bunch of change with unbeatens Ohio State (No. 3 last week) and Oklahoma State (No. 6) both losing.
Maryland is still No. 1 this week, but there's a new No. 2. And that team is Michigan State, fresh off an impressive week that included a comeback victory over then-No. 4 Kansas.
Ezekiel Elliott tweeted an apology Monday for his negative comments following Ohio State's 17-14 loss to Big Ten East rival Michigan State on Saturday night. See the full apology inside.