A really cool vintage picture of former Indiana baseball star and current Chicago Cubs rookie Kyle Schwarber and Ohio State standout Braxton Miller was a big hit on social media Tuesday, and for good reason. See it inside.
Former Ohio State defensive lineman Cam Heyward doesn’t care about the money. He just wants to honor his late father and support the fight against cancer. For the second consecutive week, the NFL is expected to fine Heyward for putting “Iron Head,” his father’s nickname, on his eye black. Heyward was fined $5,700 for wearing the message on his eye black on Monday night, and today’s second offense figures to result in a fine of more than $11,000. Heyward’s father, Craig, who played 11 NFL seasons, died in 2006 after a battle with cancer. Like the first fine, this won’t
Big Ten fans know Frank Kaminsky likes to have fun. The rest of the basketball world is slowly learning this about the former Wisconsin star and the consensus 2015 national player of the year. Kaminsky, a first-round pick of the Charlotte Hornets in the 2015 NBA Draft, choreographed an entertaining dance that delighted the crowd at the NBA Global Games Fan Appreciation Day on Tuesday in Shanghai. More likely than not, you’ve seen Kaminsky dance before. There’s this example. And, this example. The dance in the tweet above has to take the cake. We’ll miss you in the Big Ten,
The 2015 MLB regular season came to a close Sunday afternoon, so there’s no better time to take a look at how former Big Ten players fared. It was a strong season for several Big Ten names, in addition to a handful of Maryland, Nebraska and Rutgers products who starred at their schools before they entered the conference. Seven players aren’t done playing, either. Clayton Richard (Michigan) and Kyle Schwarber (Indiana), both with the Cubs, J.A. Happ (Northwestern) and Tony Watson (Nebraska), both with the Pirates, Brett Cecil (Maryland), of the Blue Jays, Alex Gordon (Nebraska), of the Royals, and Kevin Plawecki (Purdue),
Drew Brees (Purdue) is the obvious headliner when it comes to former Big Ten players in Week 4 NFL action. But others, such as Kirk Cousins (Michigan State), Robbie Gould (Penn State) and Charles Woodson (Michigan), to name a few, also had big days.
Kirk Cousins is, and always will be, a big deal in East Lansing, Michigan. The former Michigan State quarterback is finding his professional home to his liking, too. [ MORE: Watch ex-Big Ten standouts’ Week 4 @NFL highlights ] Cousins, the Washington Redskins starting quarterback, tweeted the picture above Saturday afternoon, soon after Connor Cook beat his all-time wins record in Michigan State’s win over Purdue. (For the record, Cousins is just fine being No. 2 now.) Hours after receiving the “royal” treatment at his local Chipotle, Cousins threw a touchdown pass (watch it!) in the final seconds to lead
One week after Tom Brady (Michigan) joined Peyton Manning, Brett Favre and Dan Marino in the 400 touchdown pass club, Drew Brees (Purdue) made it a quintet in New Orleans' exciting 26-20 overtime win over Dallas on Sunday night.
It's still the offseason in the NBA, and Nik Stauskas remains busy trying to raise money and awareness for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF). He recently was on TSN's "Off the Record," drilling 3-pointers with random items, including a football, cabbage and watermelon.
It’s going to be tough to top Stephanie White’s first season as a WNBA coach. [ MORE: Like this post? Check out our full Gone Viral section! ] The former Purdue star and current Indiana Fever head coach guided her team to the WNBA Eastern Conference crown Tuesday night, becoming the first rookie coach to lead a team to the finals. White’s Fever topped the New York Liberty, 66-51, in the winner-take-all Game 3 to advance to the best-of-7 WNBA Finals vs. the Minnesota Lynx, starting Sunday afternoon. The 1999 Big Ten Player of the Year and leader of the
From Tom Brady's historic day to Brian Hartline's highlight catch, former Big Ten stars produced several highlights in Week 3 NFL action. See the top highlights, via @NFL, inside.