Michigan football fans had no shortage of entertainment in Saturday afternoon’s 49-16 victory vs. Rutgers. [ MORE: Best of Week 10 | Week 10 scores | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Latest polls | Power Rankings | What Tom Dienhart learned | Week 10 picks revisited | Dienhart: Iowa isn’t going away, America | Gerry DiNardo tweets | Watch Nebraska celebrate in locker room | Watch Christian Hackenberg pass drill ump | New Week 10 uniform designs | Mini LEGO stadiums | View your team’s homepage ] Not only did the Wolverines score more points than any
Don’t expect people to stop talking about the late controversial call in the Michigan State at Nebraska game Saturday night for quite some time. [ MORE: Watch Nebraska celebrate in locker room | Gerry DiNardo explains ruling | Hear from Mark Dantonio & Mike Riley | Huskers.com: Social media reaction ] If you missed it, Nebraska wide receiver Brandon Reilly stepped out of bounds and came back in to catch the go-ahead and eventual game-winning touchdown in the final seconds at Memorial Stadium. The play was reviewed, but the call on the field stood, despite Reilly clearly going out of
Nebraska has been oh so close in so many games this season. This time, at home, against No. 7 Michigan State, the Huskers finally got the break they had been waiting for.
Another week of Big Ten football. Another wild, crazy finish. [ MORE: Week 10 scores | Watch Nebraska celebrate in locker room | Gerry DiNardo explains ruling | Hear from Mark Dantonio & Mike Riley ] This one came in Saturday night’s Nebraska vs. Michigan State game. Tommy Armstrong found Brandon Reilly for a 30-yard touchdown pass that went under review but was ultimately ruled a score, giving Nebraska a memorable 39-38 win over No. 7 Michigan State. Following the incredible finish, Huskers coach Mike Riley celebrated with his team in the locker room, and Nebraska’s video team caught it
When a team has a player with the talents of Jabrill Peppers, it only makes sense to find as many ways to get the ball in his hands. [ MORE: Week 10 scores | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Dienhart: Iowa isn’t going away, America | Watch Christian Hackenberg pass drill ump | View your team’s homepage ] Jim Harbaugh and staff have gotten creative the last two weeks, making sure the safety can have an impact in all three phases of the game. In Saturday’s game vs. Rutgers, Peppers lined up as a receiver, went in
Few Big Ten quarterbacks have been hotter than Penn State’s Christian Hackenberg the last month or so. [ MORE: Week 10 scores | Polls: Pick your Week 10 winners | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Latest polls | View your team’s homepage ] The junior signal-caller entered Saturday’s game at Northwestern with 12 touchdown passes and zero interceptions in his last six games. It’s tough to top that ratio. Hackenberg’s arm drew some more headlines Saturday, and it was for an early pass that drilled the umpire in the head. Watch Hackenberg, accidentally, knock down the ump with
The holiday season is fast approaching, and if you’re looking for a present for the Big Ten fan who has everything, there’s a Big Ten fan who can help. [ MORE: Week 10 scores | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Dienhart: Iowa isn’t going away, America | Watch Christian Hackenberg pass drill ump | New Week 10 uniform designs | Mini LEGO stadiums | View your team’s homepage ] Matt Jenkins (@LEGOStadiums), a 29-year old Ohio State fan, has created quite the buzz with his replica Big Ten football stadiums made out of Legos. So far, Jenkins
Do you believe in miracles? [ MORE: Get the full Big Ten men’s basketball exhibition schedule ] Augustana does, which was evident by what took place during Friday night’s exhibition basketball game between the Vikings and the Iowa Hawkeyes. With the game tied 74-74 in the final seconds, Augustana’s Dan Jansen hit a fadeaway jumper as the buzzer sounded to give the Vikings the stunning 76-74 upset victory over the Hawkeyes in Iowa City, Iowa. Check out the play at the top of this post or below. Incredible!
Fred Glass announced Friday the initial plans for a season-long recognition to honor the 40th anniversary of the undefeated 1976 men’s basketball team. Indiana’s 1976 team remains the last undefeated NCAA men’s basketball champion and was selected as the greatest college basketball team of all-time on the 75th anniversary of the NCAA Tournament in 2013. [ MORE: Iowa Hawkeyes to wear patch to honor late Roy Marble ] The season-long honoring of the 40th anniversary includes season tickets being mailed to fans in a folded keepsake replica of the 1976 championship banner, a commemorative patch placed on the back of
Roy Marble will be remembered as one of the greatest players in Iowa basketball history. The former Hawkeye great died just under two months ago following a yearlong battle with cancer. [ MORE: Indiana to wear patch to honor undefeated 1976 national title team ] In memory of Marble, the Hawkeyes basketball team will have “RM23” stitched into their uniforms this season. Check out the photo at the top of this post. After starring for four years at Iowa, Marble left college as the Hawkeyes’ all-time leading scorer. He scored 2,116 points from 1985 through 1989 and the Hawkeyes competed