It was shocking to see the news release from Michigan State. It was so pragmatic, so succinct, so short, so to the point and so disappointing. “Max Bullough has been suspended for the remainder of the season for a violation team rules.”
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Urban Meyer has set the bar high in Columbus since arriving prior to 2012, winning his first 24 games. But he didn’t get win No. 25 in succession, as Ohio State lost in the Big Ten championship game which cost OSU a trip to the BCS title game.
BTN Originals introduced Tiebreaker to the public last month, a 60-minute documentary featuring the 1973 Ohio State-Michigan college football game that ended in a 10-10 tie, and the controversial aftermath that ultimately changed the Big Ten’s bowl structure for good.
Michigan State linebacker Max Bullough has been suspended for the rest of the season, which includes the Rose Bowl, according to Michigan State. Bullough, a senior who played 53 games for the Spartans, is also a team captain.
Northwestern experienced one of the most bizarre descents in the nation, watching a 4-0 start melt into a 5-7 record and last-place finish in the Legends Division. The low-light was a numbing seven-game losing skid that followed the 4-0 start. The pain finally ended with a season-ending win at rival Illinois.
Happy Holidays! Chances are, you’ve heard the sentiment several times recently. But you probably haven’t heard it from Big Ten football players. We asked Big Ten stars, including Ohio State’s Jack Mewhort and Wisconsin’s Jared Abbrederis, at media day to send out their holiday wishes. Watch it and other Big Ten Holiday-themed videos in this post.