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When a TV show says it will take you behind the scenes at an event, that can mean many things. But our show “The Journey: Big Ten Football 2013,” presented by Best Buy always delivers on this promise, and we present the video in this post as the latest proof. Wednesday night’s debut of the latest “Journey” episode took you inside last Saturday’s Michigan-Ohio State game, so watch the start of this clip and see how intense it got between both teams before the game even started. Our “Journey” crew will be all over the Big Ten Football Championship in Indianapolis covering both Ohio State and Michigan State for a followup show next week. Until then, follow BTN’s popular documentary-style show on Twitter via @BTNJourney as well as on Facebook and Instagram. Dec 5 1:00 PM The Journey: Big Ten Football 1:30 PM The Journey: Big Ten Football 3:30 PM The Journey: Big Ten Football Dec 6 12:00 AM The Journey: Big Ten Football 1:30 AM The Journey: Big Ten Football 1:00 PM The Journey: Big Ten Football 4:30 PM The Journey: Big Ten Football Dec 8 3:30 AM The Journey: Big Ten Football 10:00 PM The Journey: ...
Wednesday night went much better than Tuesday night for the Big Ten, as a 4-2 showing salvaged a second-consecutive tie in the Challenge. Overall, this was a good result for the conference, but the discussion at the end of the night focused on who to blame for the Big Ten’s failure to outright win the thing. Responses were mixed, but a slight majority pointed their fingers at Michigan State, a team that was ranked #1 in the polls and was playing at home against a North Carolina team that had just lost at UAB. That’s not an entirely fair characterization of the competition, as these Tarheels are a decidedly inconsistent bunch. Let’s not forget that North Carolina knocked off the defending national champions a week and a half ago, and that loss certainly doesn’t doom Louisville from Final Four contention. In fact, the Cardinals responded to that loss with two impressive blowouts that restored them to the top spot in KenPom’s rankings. Losing to North Carolina as a solitary result does not mean Michigan State is a disappointment. It does, however, raise some questions about this Michigan State offense, which was been strangely unable to get to the free throw line.
On November 24, 2013 by Hayden Grove In what was one of the coldest games on record in Ohio Stadium, the Ohio State Buckeyes braved the elements and secured a victory over the Indiana Hoosiers by a final score of 42-14. On a memorable, snowy Ohio State Senior Day, the Buckeyes broke a big record as they passed the schools consecutive wins mark, which stood at 22 before the Buckeyes put together their 23rd consecutive victory on Saturday afternoon. While the school records took precedent, another big accomplishment came as well, as Carlos Hyde became Urban Meyer’s first 1,000 yard rusher, eclipsing the mark during the middle of the second quarter on his way to 117 yards on the day. The Buckeyes got out to a quick 14-0 start thanks to multiple rushes of over 35 yards from quarterback Braxton Miller, who finished with 144 yards and two rushing touchdowns on the day. The elements forced Miller to do damage on the ground, but he was also efficient through the air, throwing for 160 yards and two touchdowns on 11 completions. On his Senior Day, Carlos Hyde continued to torch his ...
Success can be undone in a moment. Reputations can change with one bad decision. That’s the case with everybody — except most people don’t come unglued on national television in the most-important game of the season. Read This Article: Ohio State football: Marcus Hall tries to come to terms with his actions
We’re in uncharted waters here… it’s really an odd feeling to have a game after THE GAME. If you’re heading to the game, be sure to check out a great blues bar downtown… these guys are playing this weekend! Trophy… bullet… either way Buckeye 411 Meaningful Awards- Clair gave you the lowdown on the All Conference awards on Tuesday morning; later that afternoon, the Offensive, Defensive, Freshman, and Coach of the Year accolades were handed out. Braxton repeated as the Offensive Player of the year, while Shazier was snubbed for Defensive POTY to Wisconsin’s Borland. The annual “Exceeded Expectations” award for Coach of the Year went to Michigan State’s Mark Dantonio. I actually don’t disagree with this, and am happy for ‘Dino, but am wondering if a Buckeye Coach will ever win this award- Cooper didn’t, Tressel didn’t, and now Meyer hasn’t after two undefeated seasons. Got You Covered- Hey, if you happen to see a copy of this week’s Sports Illustrated at the store, can you pick one up for me? It’s Braxton’s third cover, and even it’s a regional one, it’s still pretty awesome (note: ...
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