Chances are, you’ve heard about the Jim Harbaugh-inspired FOX Sports 1 bus that is traveling from Ann Arbor, Michigan, to Salt Lake City, Utah. The bus, decked out in Harbaugh’s go-to outfit, visited Big Ten Network studios Monday morning. Analyst Dave Wannstedt, Cleatus, the FOX robot, and several guys dressed as Harbaugh, among others, filled the bus. Watch the bus’ arrival at Big Ten Network in the video above. Michigan opens the 2015 season at Utah on Thursday, Sept. 3, at 8:30 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1. Here are a few more shots of the bus:
In this day and age, the Internet regularly creates overnight sensations. Seemingly obscure, novel people and products can collect thousands of backers, customers and fans in a matter of hours if they attract the right kind of attention on sites like YouTube, Kickstarter, Twitter and Facebook. Northwestern University instructor and inventor Nick Marchuk benefited from this phenomenon when the nScope, a device he developed with fellow NU lecturer David Meyer, went viral in late 2013. Interestingly, the product took off when the website Hackaday featured a different tool developed by Northwestern engineering professor Michael Peshkin. A version of the NScope
College football is fast approaching. Can you smell it in the air? To get ready for the season, Sean Merriman took a look at the best Big Ten player born in every state.
V’Angelo Bentley is one of the biggest stars on the Illinois football team. He also has a pretty cool No. 1 fan and friend in Colby Crowley, a young Illinois fan who has x-linked juvenile retinoschisis, a condition that leads to legal blindness. Crowley met Bentley one day after Illinois practice, and he asked the only player in Illini history to score on a kick, punt, interception and fumble return to attend his birthday party. Bentley attended, and the two have developed a special friendship since. “What Colby has, you can’t see it,” said Jennifer Crowley, Colby’s mother. “He just
The premiere of “Scarlet & Gray Days” aired Wednesday night on BTN/BTN2Go to rave reviews. [ MORE: Watch “Scarlet & Gray Days” now on BTN2Go ] Did you miss BTN Originals’ all-access look at the defending national champ Ohio State’s training camp? If so, catch encore presentations at 5:30 and 9 p.m. ET tonight on BTN. Whether you watched it or not, I wanted to share a few of my favorite moments from the series’ first of two episodes. Speaking of which, the second episode will debut at 7 p.m. ET Wednesday. *** After a great intro from J.K. Simmons,
That @zone6_osu swag is official… 👌🏼🎩 A post shared by Zach Smith (@coachzachsmith) on Aug 18, 2015 at 3:26pm PDT Ohio State has one of the most well-recognized jerseys in college football. However, it is possible the Buckeyes may be mixing it up this season. OSU wide receivers coach Zach Smith posted a photo on Instagram today, which shows a matte black Buckeye helmet with a red and white stripe down the middle. The helmet features two Buckeye stickers on the front, as well as a “Zone 6” decal, which refers to OSU’s wide receivers. Check out the photo on
The Indiana men's basketball team posted a great video that spotlights the proud program's storied history, including the iconic five national championship banners.
A group of Ohio State football fans mapped out a path and walked 19 miles to spell out "Script Ohio" on Google Maps. See the map inside this post!
Someone finally had Frank Kaminsky try his hand at playing “Frank the Tank” from Old School. [ MORE: Frank Kaminsky interviews Will Ferrell ] In a recent CBS video, Kaminsky, the former Wisconsin star and 2015 first-round pick of the Charlotte Hornets, recited some of Will Ferrell’s top lines from the popular film. Kaminsky received plenty of help from former Wisconsin teammate Sam Dekker in the video, in addition to several other NBA rookies. Watch the full video in the tweet above.
Which college football team earns the title of being the “best college football team” in your home state? [ MORE: Big Ten East must-see game | Big Ten West must-see game ] That’s the question our friends over at CBS Sports posed to their followers today, along with an outstanding map graphic, which shows their picks. The list is based on teams they believe are playing the best right now, as oppose to which programs have had the most all-time success. A total of nine Big Ten teams are represented on the map. Of course, keep in mind there are