When thinking of the most impressive streaks in college football, Nebraska’s home sellout streak has to come to mind. The Huskers have sold out every home football game since Nov. 3, 1962, when 36,501 fans attended Nebraska’s Homecoming game against Missouri. Add it all up, and it’s 340 straight sellouts for the Huskers entering the 2015 college football season, which is by far the longest home sellout streak in the country. With a new coaching staff and high expectations surrounding Nebraska’s football program, the school’s video production team put together a very neat “This Is Your Sellout Streak” hype video.
The AP's Ralph D. Russo lists nine Big Ten teams on his recently released preseason 2015-16 bowl projections. Yes, he has Ohio State playing for its second consecutive national title.
@buckeyepicturesdaily @thebuckeyenation 😱 please follow me on Twitter :HelmetConcepts & snap chat A post shared by Official Helmet Concepts Page (@helmetconcepts) on Jun 13, 2015 at 11:41pm PDT Ohio State’s traditional scarlet and gray football uniforms are known as one of the most iconic looks throughout college football. However, that doesn’t mean it isn’t fun to mix it up a little and see what an OSU concept uniform would look like. Graphic designer Helmet Concepts, @helmetconcepts, recently created a fun Ohio State concept helmet design. Check it out in the photo above. The helmet is black with a red Ohio
Here’s some good advice: If you see a parking spot reserved for Urban Meyer, don’t park in it. [ MORE: Like this story? Get all of our Gone Viral posts! ] Someone decided to park his/her car in the Ohio State football coach’s spot Monday, and it looks like he/she won’t be leaving until Meyer calls it a day. As you can see in the photo above, courtesy of Ohio State running back Warren Ball, Meyer parked his car behind the car in his spot, in what looks like an otherwise empty lot. This has to be a Michigan fan,
Mark Dantonio had a pretty cool Sunday afternoon, serving at the 47th Annual Quicken Loans 400 Grand Marshal at Michigan International Speedway.
No quarterback in NFL history has more Super Bowl wins than Tom Brady. And no quarterback has a larger Super Bowl ring than the former Michigan star. Brady and the New England Patriots received their mammoth Super Bowl XLIX rings at a dinner Sunday night. The ring, which the Patriots claim is the “largest Super Bowl ring ever made,” features 205 diamonds, 81 more than the team’s Super Bowl XXXIX ring. Consequently, it’s easy to spot the newest bling on Brady’s fingers in the photo above. It’s the one on his right middle finger, if you’re struggling to find it.
How often are you going to see Mark Dantonio, Jim Harbaugh and Urban Meyer in the same room together, at the same time?
Pretty much any preseason college football writeup is going to favor Ohio State. Athlon Sports’ early 2015 All-Big Ten Team is no exception. [ MORE: How many Big Ten stars made Phil Steele’s All-American Team? ] The reigning national champs have 19 players listed on the publication’s four teams, released Thursday, including nine (4 offense; 5 defense) first-teamers. Running back Ezekiel Elliott and defensive end Joey Bosa highlight the Buckeyes’ selections. Those two deserve to make every Big Ten first team, no matter the outlet. As expected, fellow Big Ten East power Michigan State has the second-most players (11), including
Wondering what Taylor Martinez is up to these days? His football days over, the former Nebraska quarterback has turned his attention to a social media app for people with disabilities and diseases. The app is called “Journey: A Positive Social Network,” and it’s the first IOS app exclusively dedicated to connect real-life heroes battling courageously with mental and physical challenges worldwide. “Journey is going to help change lives one connection at a time,” Martinez said in a press release. “This is more than just an application, it’s a community. It celebrates and honors the heroic journey of every struggling individual.
Urban Meyer knows championships. We know this. You know this. And the Cleveland Cavaliers know this. [ MORE: Check out all of our Gone Viral posts ] The Cavaliers, seeking their first NBA crown, had the Ohio State football coach and owner of three national titles address the crowd during Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Tuesday night. Meyer didn’t deliver some motivational speech to the crowd; instead, he was straight and to the point, saying, “One thing to say: O-H!” The fans at Quicken Loans Arena, in response, erupted in an I-O. Seconds later, “Hang on Sloopy,” the