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  1. Robinson in final two for EA Sports cover

    Brian Bennett

    Former Michigan star Denard Robinson has moved one step closer to becoming the cover boy for EA Sports' "NCAA Football '14." The video game company announced Tuesday that Robinson is one of two finalists for the honor, along with former Texas A&am...

    Blog | February 26, 2013
  2. Robinson a finalist for EA Sports cover

    Brian Bennett

    Michigan's Denard Robinson is one of four finalists to become the cover boy for EA Sports' "NCAA Football '14." The video-game company asked fans to vote on eight semifinalists for the honor, and Robinson got the second-most votes behind Alabama's...

    Blog | February 19, 2013
  3. Cornhuskers make simulated Rose Bowl

    Brian Bennett

    EA Sports simulated the entire 2011 season using NCAA Football 2012 and then simulated the BCS games. Nebraska fans might hope reality matches up -- at least for the regular season. In the video game simulation (which you can see clips of here), t...

    Blog | July 11, 2011
  4. Michigan in the finals of tradition tourney

    Brian Bennett

    Apologies for not posting this sooner (doing the work of two bloggers takes its toll!), but I had to update you on the EA/SportsNation NCAA Football traditions tournament. Michigan and Nebraska squared off in a semifinal matchup last week, and old...

    Blog | July 07, 2011
  5. Michigan, Nebraska meet in tournament

    Brian Bennett

    Neither Michigan nor Nebraska was expected to advance to the semifinals of the SportsNation/EA "NCAA Football Traditions" tournament. The Wolverines were a No. 11 seed and the Cornhuskers a 15 seed in the 16-team field. Yet here we are in the Fina...

    Blog | June 29, 2011
  6. Nebraska, Michigan advance in tournament

    Brian Bennett

    Last week, SportsNation and EA revealed an "NCAA Football Traditions" tournament featuring 16 teams, including three from the Big Ten. Two teams from the league are still alive as that tournament heads into the quarterfinal round. Michigan's Go Bl...

    Blog | June 21, 2011
  7. Better tradition: Ohio State or Nebraska?

    Brian Bennett

    Another first-round matchup in SportsNation and EA's "NCAA Football Traditions" tournament features a pair of Big Ten teams going head to head. Ohio State's "Script Ohio" is a No. 2 seed, squaring off against No. 15 seed Nebraska and its lucky hor...

    Blog | June 14, 2011
  8. West Virginia's Neild ready to tackle big 2009

    Brian Bennett

    Posted by's Brian Bennett Chris Neild bought "NCAA Football '10 the other day" and has been busy playing the video game at night. Naturally, the West Virginia nose tackle controls his animated counterpart in the game. ...

    Blog | July 16, 2009
  9. Edsall: Celebration penalty the right call

    Brian Bennett

    Posted by's Brian Bennett Connecticut coach Randy Edsall, who is a member of the NCAA football rules committee, issued an impassioned defense today of Saturday's controversial call in the BYU-Washington game. If you didn't see it, quarterbac...

    Blog | September 08, 2008
  10. Spring overview: 10 burning Big Ten questions

    Brian Bennett

    Spring is springing in the Big Ten. Michigan and Northwestern have already hit the practice field, Minnesota, Maryland and Nebraska join them this week and the rest will follow soon. With spring in the air, we've got some burning questions about t...

    Blog | March 02, 2015
  11. Wildcats' Justin Jackson ready for his encore

    Brian Bennett

    The Big Ten is exploring the idea of a "year of readiness" for freshmen. Perhaps the league should consult with Northwestern's Justin Jackson. He arrived in Evanston last summer and immediately had to adjust to the school's rigid academics, famili...

    Blog | February 27, 2015
  12. B1G spring position outlook: Specialists

    Brian Bennett

    Since spring practice opened at Michigan and Northwestern this week, we've been ranking position groups around the Big Ten. For previous entries in the series, click here. We come now to the end, with special teams. Since it's virtually impossible...

    Blog | February 26, 2015
  13. B1G spring position outlook: Defensive line

    Brian Bennett

    As spring practice opens in Ann Arbor and Evanston this week, we're comparing position groups around the Big Ten. Defensive line is up now. For others in the series, click here: Best of the best: Michigan State Shilique Calhoun's return guarant...

    Blog | February 25, 2015
  14. Big Ten morning links

    Brian Bennett

    Hurry up and get out of here, February. No one likes you. 1. It's great to have football back, even if it's only spring practice. Michigan was the first Big Ten team to open spring drills on Tuesday, and Northwestern hits the field for the first t...

    Blog | February 25, 2015
  15. Northwestern's Jim Phillips: Defining moment for college sports

    Brian Bennett

    The Big Ten has been kicking around the idea of a "year of readiness," or in more basic parlance, freshman ineligibility. The league's discussion of the idea has generated a lot of national attention in past several days, but in many ways people are ...

    Blog | February 24, 2015
  16. The Big Ten's top NFL combine performers

    Brian Bennett

    The underwear Olympics -- er, the NFL combine -- is officially over. For several days in the past week, pro football hopefuls ran, jumped and lifted in front of scouts and front office types in Indianapolis, showing off skills that apparently were...

    Blog | February 24, 2015