Sometimes, words just don’t do a moment justice. Moments like the one that occurred Saturday afternoon at Camp Randall Stadium. In short: Wisconsin helped an Army Captain, Jane Renee, surprise her 13-year-old daughter with an early return from Afghanistan. As one would expect, it was powerful stuff. Check out the emotional YouTube video in this post.
Trailing 21-14 late in the first half, Indiana appeared to be putting together a nice drive when the game took a wild turn on one very nimble play by a Missouri defensive lineman. Watch the play in this post.
Jack Hoffman made headlines last spring when the young cancer patient scored a touchdown at Nebraska’s spring football game. Now watch the young man get interviewed on the sideline of the Huskers’ game against South Dakota State, a team whose coaching staff wore Team Jack hats in support of Hoffman. And he also got to meet Miss Nebraska.
It was one of the hottest questions heading into today’s South Dakota State-Nebraska game: How would Nebraska fans react when head coach Bo Pelini jogged onto the Memorial Stadium on Saturday?
So a big storm is blowing through State College but the Penn State fans are standing strong. Watch the rain come down before kickoff and look at how the Penn State band just plays on Saturday afternoon.
Kenny Guition is having a pretty good day – and it’s only halftime. The Ohio State quarterback threw six touchdown passes in the first half to break the Ohio State school record for scoring passes in a single game. Watch it in this post.
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Ohio State’s Jordan Hall scored another touchdown as Ohio State continues to romp Florida A&M. Speaking of touchdowns, watch Hall avoid the ump, who ended up hitting the turf, on the running back’s latest scoring run.
Seeing double? Nope. Iowa’s Kevonte Martin-Manley returned a pair of punt returns for touchdowns in a span of 61 seconds in the first half against Western Michigan. Martin-Manley went 83 yards on his first return and 63 yards the next time.
(AP) The words “Go Blue” written in the sky near Spartan Stadium before last weekend’s Michigan State football game have sparked a fundraising campaign that’s raising thousands of dollars to fight cancer.
In case you missed it, Bo Pelini released an apology Monday night for his disparaging remarks about Nebraska fans following a 2011 comeback victory over Ohio State. Pelini said, in the release, “I take full responsibility for these comments.” The comments were published in an audio recording on Deadspin.com, which said it obtained the 102-second file from a tipster.
Is your head still spinning over that wild finish to the Wisconsin-Arizona State game? Of course, it is. For those who didn’t catch the crazy and confusing ending in the early hours Sunday morning, click here. Or, even better, check out our highlight package from the game in this post.
Illinois QB Nathan Scheelhaase completed a pass to Ryan Lankford for a 72-yard touchdown in the third quarter against Washington at Chicago’s Soldier Field on Saturday night. Watch it in this post..
It was all Ohio State on Saturday night at Cal. Kenny Guiton went for career highs in passing yards (276), passing touchdowns (4) and rushing yards (92), Jordan Hall set personal records in rushing yards (168), touchdowns (3) and receptions (5), and Devin Smith went for a career-high 149 receiving yards. Add it all up, and the Buckeyes cruised past the Golden Bears, 52-34. Watch all of Ohio State’s scoring plays in this video.
There are ugly wins and there are ugly losses. Michigan avoided the latter by thwarting a potential last-second Akron touchdown to hold on for a narrow 28-24 win Saturday at Michigan Stadium. Watch the exciting and dramatic final play in this post.
A Western Illinois lineman managed to get Ra’Shede Hageman’s helmet to pop off, but the Minnesota defensive lineman didn’t let that stop him on the way to another sack on Saturday. Watch it in this post.
Michigan’s Jehu Chesson took a catch off a little crossing pattern and turned it into six points against Akron on Saturday. Watch it here.
Michigan’s Devin Gardner dances past the line of scrimmage and romps into the end zone for the go-ahead touchdown in the third quarter against Akron on Saturday. Watch it in this post.
It was just 10 days ago that Denard Robinson appeared on #BTNLive and said that Michigan State ranked No. 3 on Michigan’s rivalry list, behind both Ohio State and Notre Dame.
Michigan’s Devin Funchess took a short pass from Devin Gardner and turned it into a 48-yard touchdown against Akron on Saturday. That’s the longest catch of Funchess’ career. Watch it in the post.
Every week during the Big Ten football season, BTN.com video editors compile all of the Big Ten touchdowns. As expected, with 12 games in Week 2, including several against far inferior foes, there were a lot of scores. Do you have a favorite touchdown from the past week? If not, watch this clip and see all of the contenders. Even if you do, relieve all the scores again.
Saturday’s UCLA-Nebraska game is certain to be an emotional one. It can’t be anything but following the sudden death of UCLA walk-on freshman receiver Nick Pasquale. Pasquale was hit by a car and killed while walking in San Clemente, Calif., early Sunday morning.
The Michigan band is getting its share of attention through the first two weeks of the 2013 college football season. In Week 1, it was for spelling out this. And, on Saturday night, it was for putting on a show that featured several of Beyonce’s greatest hits. Beyonce even appeared on the screen and delivered a message to Michigan fans.
We all know that Eminem loves his hometown state of Michigan. The well-known rap artist joined Kirk Herbstreit and Brent Musburger in the booth during halftime of Saturday night’s Notre Dame-Michigan game. In fact, he let his secret out via Twitter midway through the first half.
Ever see a quarterback wear No. 98? No, of course, you haven’t. Until now, that is. Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner rocked the number typically reserved for defensive lineman vs. Notre Dame on Saturday night, and he will do so for the rest of his career. Gardner, who used to wear No. 12, will wear No. 98 to honor Tom Harmon, Michigan’s first Heisman Trophy winner.
Northwestern pubs itself as “Chicago’s Big Ten Team.” So, it only makes since that the Wildcats would honor the Chicago Blackhawks for their Stanley Cup championship the first chance they got. During Saturday night’s home opener vs. Syracuse, Northwestern did just that.