It's easy to enjoy those touching walk-on-receiving-scholarship viral videos. It's even easier when a team does it in a way that you've never seen. Michigan did just that with Andrew Dakich.
The biggest game of the Big Ten men's basketball season was treated as so. Purdue and its fans made sure of that. The atmosphere was unbelievable for the No. 13 Wisconsin-No. 20 Purdue game Sunday at Mackey Arena - and that includes before the tip.
Troy Fumagalli is one of the Big Ten's elite tight ends, so it's no surprise when he makes a highlight-reel catch. Monday, in the Cotton Bowl, Fumagalli might have hauled in the best reception of his career.
Rachel Banham’s No. 1 jersey has a permanent home in Williams Arena. Minnesota retired the former star and current Connecticut Sun guard’s jersey in a ceremony Sunday. Banham, the Big Ten’s career scoring leader (3,093 points), the sixth-best total in NCAA history, is one of just 11 players in NCAA history to score 3,000 points. The 2016 Big Ten Player of the Year averaged 28.6 points per game as a senior, including a NCAA record-tying 60 points in a double-overtime win at Northwestern, and her 354 career 3-pointers are a program record. The accolades could go on and on. Watch
A 2-0 start, one as unexpected as Nebraska's, deserves some kind of celebration. And that's what the Huskers did in their locker room following a comeback win Sunday at Maryland. Watch the celebration inside.
If any college team is in search of a kicker (there's a lot of them), we recommend scouting The Best Damn Band In The Land. Check out one member of the Ohio State marching band drilling a 55-yard field goal inside.
How excited was Tom Izzo about Michigan State's overtime victory Tuesday night at Minnesota? So excited, he had his mother, Dorothy, 90, join the locker room celebration.
You know Verne Troyer as "Little Me" from Austin Powers. Did you know he's also a big Michigan fan? Well, he is, but he recently thought he was a longtime Ohio State fan while hypnotized.
Florida State received a surprise when it checked into its hotel in preparation for the Orange Bowl vs. Michigan. There stood a young Michigan fan, 3, dressed in a Michigan shirt and track pants, belting out a rendition of the Wolverines' iconic fight song The Victors.
Sometimes, teams have to bust out some fun and games to break up the monotony of practice. Especially during bowl preparation. Ohio State did just that Monday morning, holding an entertaining tackling drill that featured assistants, in full pads, going up against players.