The Big Ten office has released statements on the multiple controversial calls in the Ohio State-Penn State game Saturday night. Ohio State won the game 31-24 in double overtime, but before Penn State rallied to force overtime, there were a couple of controversial plays. The first one occurred on a first-quarter Vonn Bell interception that Ohio State turned into a touchdown. The ball appeared to have touched the turf, however the officials could not overturn it because the replay booth was unable to view all available feeds. Then, in the second quarter, Ohio State took a 10-0 lead on a
Penn State football coach James Franklin announced Monday that senior safety Ryan Keiser and senior running back Zach Zwinak will miss the remainder of the season with injuries.
Not much movement this week. One thing remains constant: Michigan State, Ohio State and Nebraska are the best of the bunch. Wisconsin may have a chance to join the “elite” club.
The No. 7 Penn State women’s soccer team clinched the Big Ten Championship with its 2-1 win over Iowa on Sunday.
Illinois has life, and bowl hopes. The Wisconsin defense needs a lot more love. See what else Tom Dienhart learned in Week 9.
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It isn't a Sunday without BTN analyst Gerry DiNardo's latest installment of "Sunday Ruminations." Get DiNardo's Week 9 thoughts inside. Also, follow @gerrydinardo!
Biggest surprise? Best play? Top performers? Tom Dienhart recaps all the best from the Big Ten in Week 9 inside.
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