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Iowa tops Iowa State, claims Cy-Hawk for fourth consecutive season

Just as it had done the previous three seasons, Iowa knocked off Iowa State on Saturday afternoon.  The 13-3 decision was the opposite of last year's shootout, but the result remains the same: The Cy-Hawk trophy remains in Iowa City, Iowa.

Illinois WR Mike Dudek suffers another season-ending knee injury

Illinois wide receiver Mike Dudek will miss the rest of the season with a torn ACL, Lovie Smith announced in his press conference Monday. Following a breakout 2014 freshman campaign, the Illini star has suffered a season-ending knee injury in 2015, 2016 and now 2018. A season ago, he missed the last five games with injury. Mike Dudek Suffers Season-Ending Knee Injury

Big Ten Power Rankings: No movement in top 5 of post-Week 1 poll

Week 1 is in the books, and there is no change to the top five of my latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal. That's right, Michigan is not moving down following its loss at Notre Dame. Many of you are surely asking, "Why?" Find out inside.

Weather cancels Scott Frost's debut as Nebraska head coach

Turns out, the answer to the trivia question of who Nebraska played in Scott Frost's debut will not be Akron. Weather canceled Nebraska's season opener vs. the Zips on Saturday night at Memorial Stadium, meaning the program will open the Frost era Saturday vs. Colorado.

True freshman Jeshaun Jones stars in Maryland debut

Learn the name, and know the name: Jeshaun Jones. The Maryland true freshman receiver is something special, and he proved it, and then some, in Week 1. Jeshaun Jones Delights in First Game

Kirk Ferentz becomes Iowa's all-time winningest coach

It was a historic afternoon at Kinnick Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Kirk Ferentz, in his 20th season, became Iowa's all-time winningest coach (144), passing his mentor Hayden Fry, in the Hawkeyes' 33-7 season-opening win vs. Northern Illinois.