First, there was Tom Brady jumping off a cliff, and now there’s DeAndre Levy taking a walk on the wings of a biplane. [ MORE: Video: J.J. Watt sings about stadium food on tonight’s “New Girl” ] It’s safe to say two of the Big Ten’s top NFL players are enjoying their offseasons – not to mention scaring fans of their teams and schools. The former Wisconsin linebacker was recently in the Pacific Northwest, in Sequim, Washington, where he took a ride on a biplane. Levy, entering his seventh season with the Detroit Lions, was strapped in and standing on
You’ve seen J.J. Watt sacking quarterbacks and catching touchdown passes on TV, you’ve seen him dancing on TV, and you’ve seen him doing interviews on TV. [ MORE: Video: DeAndre Levy takes wing-walk on biplane ] Tuesday night, you’ll see Watt singing on TV. The former Wisconsin star and current Houston Texans’ all-world defensive end will guest star as himself on tonight’s “New Girl,” and the role includes singing about stadium food. “I’m fake bad-singing,” Watt says in the video above, “but I’m a bad singer anyway, so I fit right in.” The storyline, according to FOX, has Watt getting
It's Jim Harbaugh's world, and we're all just living in it. More proof: Harbaugh finishes fourth in Michigan's recent student government president election, based entirely on write-in votes.
Ezekiel Elliott produced one of the finest postseasons we’ll ever see en route to helping lead Ohio State to the inaugural College Football Playoff national title. In three games (Wisconsin, Alabama, Oregon), all against very strong defenses, the Ohio State running back produced a silly 696 yards and eight touchdowns on his way to claiming Offensive Player of the Game in the national semifinal and final. That’s an average of 232 yards and 2.7 touchdowns per game, and just as amazing was his consistency and durability, going for 220 yards vs. Wisconsin, 230 vs. Alabama, and, saving the best for
How did Michigan State students celebrate the Spartans Final Four berth? By throwing bagels into the air. Seriously. Check out video of the celebration inside.
Moments after Michigan State punched its ticket to the Final Four, giving the Big Ten two teams in the national semis, Wisconsin star Frank Kaminsky tweeted to any critics of the Big Ten.
Another Wisconsin Final Four run, another chance for people to wonder why Aaron Rodgers is rooting for the Badgers. [ MORE: Get all of our NCAA tournament coverage ] Rodgers, the Green Bay Packers’ All-Pro quarterback, offered some insight on his rooting interests following Wisconsin’s Final Four-clinching victory over Arizona on Saturday night. He sent out several tweets, most in response to @dennisdoddcbs, who went on a Twitter rant over Rodgers being on the court during the Badgers’ celebration. But the tweet embedded above best explains this much-too-talked-about issue. Yes, Rodgers went to Cal and is a California native, but
Russell Wilson is a very good athlete. The former Wisconsin quarterback and current NFL star hit a home run while participating in Texas Rangers' workouts Saturday.
Frank Kaminsky was outstanding on Saturday night. [ MORE: Get our Wisconsin-Arizona stats, recaps and highlights ] The Badgers’ 7-foot do-it-all big man scored a game-high 29 points to help lead the Badgers past Arizona, 85-78, to secure a spot in the Final Four for the second straight year. He even busted out some dance moves. Following the win, the Badgers gathered in a circle, and Kaminsky went to the center to break out some must-see dance moves. Check it out in the video above. It’s impressive that a 7-footer can get that low. Congrats, Badgers!
In a game that was scoreless heading into the 15th inning, Nebraska’s Austin Darby stepped to the plate and delivered. The senior lined a one-out RBI single to left field to give the Huskers a memorable 1-0 victory over Texas on Saturday. Darby got behind 0-2 in the count, but then lined a shot into left field where Texas’ Ben Johnson bobbled the ball, which allowed Tanner Lubach to score from second base and give the Huskers the win. With the victory, Nebraska improves to 20-7 on the year. Watch the incredible finish to the game in the video above.