Saturday was dubbed by many as the greatest single day in sports history, in large part because of the always-popular Kentucky Derby and the highly anticipated Pacquiao-Mayweather fight. [ MORE: Get all of our Big Ten pros coverage ] Events like these have a history of bringing out the biggest and brightest stars, and Saturday was no exception. The proof is Tom Brady. The former Michigan quarterback and four-time Super Bowl champion attended both events, along with several New England teammates, starting the day in Kentucky and finishing it in Las Vegas. Not a bad Saturday, huh? Making the day
Former Nebraska star Alex Gordon is a regular when it comes to making the jaw-dropping defensive play. The four-time Gold Glove winner made a catch Sunday that you have to see to believe.
Former Wisconsin star and current Houston Texans all-world defensive end J.J. Watt enjoyed everything about the Houston Rockets' playoff win Tuesday night.
Former Purdue standout and 2012 Big Ten Baseball Player of the Year Kevin Plawecki made his much-anticipated MLB debut Tuesday night.
The Big Ten owns the NFL's No. 1 selling jersey - again - and four of the game's top 12, it was announced Monday. See the full top 50 list inside.
Spring football games are all about moments like the one we saw prior to the annual Penn State Blue-White Spring Game on Saturday afternoon. Watch the moment inside.
Maybe now Nik Stauskas will invest in a car. The former Michigan star and 2014 Big Ten Player of the Year found his house "popcorned" following the Sacramento Kings' home finale Monday night.
The stars come out on MLB Opening Day, and they don't shine much brighter than Tom Brady, who threw out the first pitch at the Boston Red Sox home opener. Watch it inside.
What do Kristen Bell, Lady Gaga and Bette Midler all have in common? They’re all 5-foot-1, the same height as J.J. Watt’s new personal record in the box jump. [ MORE: Check out all of our J.J. Watt coverage ] The former Wisconsin standout and current NFL superstar tweeted the video above Monday morning that captured his incredible 61-inch box jump. Crazy. It’s even wilder to think Watt, all 293 pounds of him, could jump onto the head of any of the three aforementioned stars, from a standing position. Watt, who had cleared 59.5 inches previously, failed to clear the
First, there was Tom Brady jumping off a cliff, and now there’s DeAndre Levy taking a walk on the wings of a biplane. [ MORE: Video: J.J. Watt sings about stadium food on tonight’s “New Girl” ] It’s safe to say two of the Big Ten’s top NFL players are enjoying their offseasons – not to mention scaring fans of their teams and schools. The former Wisconsin linebacker was recently in the Pacific Northwest, in Sequim, Washington, where he took a ride on a biplane. Levy, entering his seventh season with the Detroit Lions, was strapped in and standing on