#GoBucks A photo posted by The Ohio State Football (@ohiostatefb) on May 19, 2015 at 9:16am PDT Ohio State has one of the most successful programs in college football history, winning a total of eight national championships. [ MORE: Gene Smith talks Braxton Miller, CFP, graduate transfer rule & more ] The well-known national champions wall inside the Woody Hayes Athletic Center serves as a reminder of that success, honoring past OSU national title teams. Well, it looks like there’s some new hardware added to the wall. @theohiostatefootball, which is the official Instagram account of the Ohio State football team,
Penn State's Anthony Zettel is ready for football season. Just check out the video inside of the first-team All-Big Ten defensive tackle tackling a tree.
On Thursday, we saw a young Ohio State fan’s homework assignment go viral after he changed the 50 states to “49,” in addition to putting an “X” through the state of Michigan, and the Buckeye symbol in Ohio. [ MORE: Young Ohio State fan gets creative on geography homework ] The young fan’s father posted a photo of his son’s homework on Twitter, which can be seen in the photo above. It received more than 100 combined retweets and favorites, as well as being published on several popular sports sites. Well, it looks like some Michigan fans responded by getting
They start them young in the Michigan-Ohio State rivalry. Most of us knew this, but there was yet another example Thursday afternoon, in the form of a kindergartner's geography homework.
ESPN's Darren Rovell recently released a list of college football's biggest home attendance increases in 2014, and Maryland experienced the Big Ten's biggest boost in 2014.
Illinois football players, past and present, took to Twitter on Thursday to show their support for the program and head coach Tim Beckman. Last Sunday, former offensive lineman Simon Cvijanovic sent out a flurry of critical tweets that accused Beckman of running a culture of player mistreatment. Cvijanovic, who tore his meniscus vs. Ohio State on Nov. 1 and missed the rest of the 2014 season, stopped playing football because, “I was asked to push myself past pain until I didn’t want to play anymore.” The offensive lineman started 29 games at Illinois during his final three seasons. He was
Anytime Gene Smith wants to relive Ohio State’s memorable 2014 national championship run, he has the doll for it. The Ohio State athletic director tweeted a picture Wednesday afternoon of a 16-piece matryoshka laid out on a desk. The biggest doll is in an Ohio State uniform and holding the inaugural College Football Playoff trophy, followed by Oregon, Ohio State’s national title game opponent. The dolls continue to get smaller in the opposite order of the 2014 schedule, all the way down to Navy, the Buckeyes’ 2014 season-opening foe. All of the dolls, decked out in the uniform/helmet combination the
Minnesota punter Peter Mortell is one of the best in the business. [ MORE: Like this post? Visit our Gone Viral section ] The unanimous 2014 All-Big Ten first teamer needs no introduction when it comes to Minnesota and Big Ten fans, and that was evident during his Twitter Q&A on Wednesday afternoon. Mortell took over the @GopherFootball account for an hour, answering fans’ – and a former teammate’s – questions with plenty of humor and wit. See our favorite questions and answers from Mortell’s Twitter Q&A below. Again, Mortell’s responses are from the @GopherFootball account. *** *** *** ***
Big Ten towns are fantastic places to call home for both students and recent graduates. [ MORE: Tom Dienhart analyzes Iowa’s 2015 schedule ] According to American Institute for Economic Research (AIER), the Big Ten boasts four of the top 10 best cities for college grads in 2015. Even more impressive: Iowa City comes in at No. 1 and Ann Arbor No. 3. Only Ithaca, New York, stands in the way of Big Ten towns staking claim to the top 2. “A growing technology corridor has improved economic opportunity in Iowa City, and low rents, more restaurants and bars, as
When you score 28 runs in a game, you need to do something special to commemorate it. The Illinois baseball team did just that with this video.