Ohio State hadn't beaten a No. 1 team since 2007, when Greg Oden and Mike Conley led the Buckeyes past Wisconsin. It happened again Sunday night, as the Buckeyes toppled No. 1 Michigan State, 80-64, at Value City Arena.
Michigan State has a couple recent game-winning field goals as time expired that Spartans fans won't soon forget. Michael Geiger provided the heroics in a 2015 win vs. Ohio State, and Matt Coghlin orchestrated the latest Saturday night vs. Penn State.
Everyone’s a fan of Iowa’s “First Quarter Wave.” New Minnesota coach P.J. Fleck may be near the top of the list. He made this much clear a few days before his Gophers traveled to play the Hawkeyes in the latest battle for the Floyd of Rosedale. Saturday night, Fleck had his entire team on the field to participate in the new Iowa tradition that features the entire stadium waving to the young patients at the UI Children’s Hospital watching from across the street. Watch the scene in the tweet below. This so amazing. Fans and teams waving to kids in
Forgive Mark Dantonio if he was in the mood to bust a move late Saturday night. The Michigan State coach had just beaten heated rival Michigan for the eighth time in 10 tries, and for the second consecutive time in the Big House, after all.
In its first home game since Joe Tiller’s death, the Purdue football team will have several tributes to the legendary coach, 74, who died last weekend, when it hosts Minnesota on Saturday. Purdue will hold a moment of silence prior to the national anthem and don Tiller-era helmets, accompanied by a tribute sticker, to single out a couple of the tributes. See the full list of the tributes in the tweet below. Full list of Joe Tiller tributes planned at #Purdue on Saturday. pic.twitter.com/5AzIoRKjI8 — GoldandBlack.com (@GoldandBlackcom) October 4, 2017 Minnesota will honor Tiller, as well. The #Gophers will be
Iowa's "First Quarter Wave" is an immediate hit, and for good reason. Turns out, the tradition works on the road, too. After all, the patients are likely watching the game on TV at the hospital.
If Jim Harbaugh entered a cannonball contest, what would he wear? It's a question you've likely never pondered, but the answer is an obvious one: khaki pants.
The Minnesota football team was idle this past weekend, but that doesn’t mean Goldy Gopher was resting up for Big Ten play. No, Goldy participated in a mascot game at halftime of the Buccaneers-Vikings game Sunday. The Minnesota mascot took it rather seriously, too, trucking over a young would-be tackler en route to the end zone. Watch Goldy’s scoring run below. Put me in @Coach_Fleck ! I think I still have some eligibility left!!! #RTB pic.twitter.com/spHepIv2zt — Goldy Gopher (@GoldytheGopher) September 24, 2017 Here’s a picture of what P.J. Fleck would describe as an “elite” stiff-arm. Post: Goldy Gopher runs
They "Jump Around" between the third and fourth quarters at Camp Randall Stadium. And, starting this season, they wave between the first and second quarters at Kinnick Stadium.
Say what you will about Oregon’s array of football uniforms. There’s too many to keep straight. They’re obnoxious. They’re sweet. The reactions to the Ducks’ latest alternate uniform, to be worn in Week 2 vs. Nebraska, shouldn’t be nearly as polarizing. That’s because three young cancer survivors from Doernbecher Children’s Hospital helped design the #StompOutCancer threads. See pictures of the new design below and meet the three cancer survivors at the bottom of the post. More than a game when @OregonFootball takes on Nebraska in Week 2. Win the fight. #StompOutCancer. pic.twitter.com/aSuI57wiby — GoDucks (@GoDucks) August 24, 2017 The full