It's Oct. 17, and that means it's time to relive one of the most memorable recent plays in Big Ten football. One year ago today, Michigan State stunned rival Michigan on Jalen Watts-Jackson's dramatic walk-off touchdown at the Big House.
There was a Pick-6 party in the Big Ten on Saturday. Five interceptions have been returned for touchdowns, highlighted by reigning Jim Thorpe Award winner Desmond King's return in Iowa's win at Purdue.
The Ann Arbor Ruth's Chris location is offering a weekly discount, up to 50 percent, corresponding to the Michigan football team's margin of victory for the remainder of the 2016 season. For example, if Michigan wins by 21 points, all food is 21 percent off.
For the second week in a row, a Penn State opponent was ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct following a late hit on kicker Joey Julius.
On Saturday in East Lansing, BYU decorated the 3- and 6-yard lines during pregame warmups to honor late ex-Michigan State players Mike Sadler, who died in the car accident with Foltz, and Mylan Hicks, who was killed late last week.
The Big Ten's top play of Week 5 had another brief moment Monday afternoon. In the form of a quick Twitter battle. See what we mean inside.
A special commemorative Sam Foltz-Mike Sadler coin will be used at all seven Week 5 Big Ten games, it was announced Wednesday afternoon.
OK, at this point, there’s reason to watch every Penn State kickoff for the remainder of the 2016 season. For the second time in the first four weeks, Penn State kicker Joey Julius, all 258 pounds of him, leveled a returner, this time in Saturday’s loss at Michigan. The player on the receiving end of the unexpected highlight tackle? That would be Michigan star Jourdan Lewis. In Week 1, it was a poor Kent State player. The hit on Lewis was so forceful, it left both players a little shaken up. Watch Julius’ hit vs. Lewis in the video above,
Ohio State's Noah Brown hauled in what currently is, and could end up being, the catch of 2016. Watch the highlight-reel grab in this post.
There was cool sight on the field at Michigan Stadium prior to Saturday's game vs. Colorado. Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh, a former NFL quarterback, and ex-Michigan QB and current New England Patriots star Tom Brady played a little catch near midfield.