As the temperatures drop, the games get more heated… and nowhere saw this more true than in the Midwest, where three games with title implications found themselves coming down to the final seconds.
You read that right. The midwest- “flyover country” and “battleground states”. We’ll get to the events in Louisiana and Los Angeles in a bit, but there was a 25 minute period on Saturday that saw the eyes of college football fans tuned to the states of Indiana and Michigan.
First, the Battle in the B1G Legends Division saw either a “Sparty NO!!” moment or the referees stealing yet another game from Dantonio’s team, depending on your perspective and your proximity to LeVeon Bell. Nebraska managed a last second touchdown after two huge mental errors/penalties against the Spartans- first, Taylor Martinez was intercepted on the two yard … [Read More]
As the final season of the Big T1e1n comes to a close, it means that we’ve only got two more blog brothers-in-arms to get to know
Iowa has bounced back from several tough losses already this season. Do you think they have it in them to bounce back again against Ohio State?
I’d like to say yes. Thus far this year they have responded well to losses. After Arizona they came back and pounded Ball State (admittedly a terrible team) 45-0 and after Wisconsin they can back and destroyed Michigan State 37-6. The team has 26 seniors, who will be honored on Saturday, and these guys have been through the tough losses before. I doubt Iowa will … [Read More]