Week 12 gave us some trick plays, big plays, coaches throwing shade, Joey Chestnut and even Bill Murray.
— Christian Veilleux used the biggest opportunity of his young college career to make up for a lost time on Saturday.
- Rutgers suspends CBs for paintball gun incident
- Ida pushes Temple-Rutgers opener to Saturday
- Rutgers returns to 1st spring practice since '19
- Big Ten rivalries return to traditional spot in '21
— Rutgers coach Greg Schiano started Saturday without his top three linebackers.
Walter Nolen committing to Texas A&M means the top 10 teams shuffle up yet again with over a month until signing day.
— Not only has Wisconsin put its horrid 1/3 start behind it, everything is suddenly within reach for the Badgers.
— Noah Vedral threw for 138 yards and rushed for a touchdown to lead Rutgers past Illinois 20-14 on Saturday.
— A week after outlasting Penn State on the road in an NCAA-record nine overtimes, Illinois has an opportunity to show the program is finally rounding into shape under first-year coach Bret Bielema.
Ohio State and Penn State have held the No. 1 spot for much of the 2022 recruiting cycle, but a new team is atop the class rankings.
— Mar’Keise Irving ran for two touchdowns and a career-high 110 yards and Justin Walley scooped up a fumble and ran 25 yards for a score as Minnesota defeated Northwestern 41-14 Saturday.
Fresh off the ESPN 300 update, Alabama moves past Notre Dame in search of back-to-back No. 1 classes, while Oklahoma and Georgia are also climbing.
Horns were down after Oklahoma defeated Texas in the Red River Showdown and Ole Miss cleared up any confusion about their win over Arkansas.
— After turning the ball over seven times in a loss to Rutgers last year, No. 11 Michigan State turned to the the big-play approach with its new cast of players. It worked to perfection.
Week 5 had many college football trolls, but which one was the best out of the bunch?
— Greg Schiano of Rutgers has a warning for the rest of the teams in the Big Ten Conference: No. 11 Ohio State is finding its stride.
— No. 19 Michigan found out, almost the hard way, that its running game can be slowed down.