The Game 2016 is one college football fans will be talking about for a long time. Not only did it match No. 2 vs. No. 3 in one of sport's greatest rivalries, if not the greatest, it was a double-overtime thriller that had Big Ten and national title implications.
Emotions run high following just about any sporting event. Things are magnified quite a bit when one is talking about a rivalry game, let alone a Michigan-Ohio State game. Jabrill Peppers learned this first-hand following Saturday afternoon's crushing road loss.
In preparation for its annual season final vs. hated rival Michigan - this year pitting No. 3 at No. 2 and featuring plenty of Big Ten and playoff implications - Ohio State's scout team helmets will look like the Wolverines' iconic lids.
There was a fun and cool scene late in No. 3 Michigan's win over Indiana on Saturday afternoon at Michigan Stadium. Mother Nature played a role throughout the game, but the snow really began to fall and stick on the turf in the final few minutes.
Eight-year-old Jack Johnson was born with a rare genetic disorder, but he doesn't let it impact his devotion to the Nebraska Huskers. On Saturday his favorite team granted his wish to become a Nebraska football player.
Ohio State linebacker Raekwon McMillan got revenge on Michigan State kicker Michael Geiger Saturday, mimicking his infamous windmill celebration following the Buckeyes' 17-16 win over the Spartans.
Senior Days always are emotional, especially for the student-athletes playing their final home game. Nebraska experienced an even more emotional day Saturday, as it went through the festivities without one of its seniors.
Everyone knows what's ahead for Penn State. Win its final two games (at Rutgers; vs. Michigan State), plus have Ohio State beat Michigan, and it is headed to Indianapolis for the Big Ten title game. It's not a far-fetched hypothetical, but James Franklin doesn't want to hear it.
Keith Duncan isn't going to forget Saturday night anytime soon. As if the true freshman walk-on kicker's field goal to down No. 3 Michigan wasn't enough, his teammates gave him a hero's welcome when he entered the victorious locker room.
North Dakota State is the five-time defending FCS champion. Turns out, its Twitter (troll) game is pretty strong, as well.