We offer up a team of departing Big Ten football players on both offense and defense with lots of video highlights. Who will step up to fill their shoes? Spring football is not too far away.
The race to win the Big Ten West shapes up as a wild and wooly one, with five teams seemingly in the hunt (sorry, Illinois and Purdue). And the opening Saturday of full-blown Big Ten action will give us an early taste of what’s to come with three key West Division tilts: Iowa at Wisconsin; Minnesota at Northwestern; Nebraska at Illinois. Joe Christensen of the Minneapolis Star Tribune has a nice breakdown of the contenders. My pick? I went with the Gophers to win the West back in August. And, I’m going to stick with them! Meanwhile, the legendary Loren Tate
Jordan Westerkamp has made quite the name for himself in 2014. Between the highlight-reel catches and several big plays, he's a joy to watch. Get our Q&A inside!
Another Saturday, another Jordan Westerkamp highlight. One week after dropping jaws with a behind-the-back catch, the Nebraska wide receiver made a nifty one-handed grab.
If you liked Jordan Westerkamp's behind-the-back catch Saturday, you'll love the one a 7-year-old Nebraska fan made.
Jordan Westerkamp was making highlight catches well before his insane behind-the-back grab Saturday. He did it on the youth fields, too, and there's footage to prove it.
Attention, Nebraska fans: BTN.com wants videos of you doing your best "Westerkamp," basically catching anything behind your back. Film it, use the hashtag #backcatch, and we'll post our favorites!
It's Week 1. Still, Jordan Westerkamp may have just recorded what will go down as the catch of the year. Hyperbole? Decide for yourself.
There's a pretty good chance #westerkamping will catch on in Lincoln. What's #westerkamping, you ask? Find out inside!