The 2014 World Beard and Moustache Championships took place in Portland, Oregon, with 300 contestants competing in 18 different categories.
These guys spend a lot more time on themselves than I ever would.
Dantonio on rankings: 'If you win, good things happen'
MSU coach Mark Dantonio says that winning the Big Ten championship will be critical in moving up the rankings
Northwestern and Iowa are the same damn team - Inside NU
According to the stats, that is.
Ohio State football: Breaking down the offense vs. Penn State - Land-Grant Holy Land
The offense was up and down in Happy Valley, let's take a look at the film to see what went wrong and what went right for the Buckeyes.
Big Ten Power Poll: The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror Edition - Off Tackle Empire
An OTE Power Poll tradition looks to another familiar subject matter for inspiration. The B1G Treehouse of Horror Power Poll is here!
On the Banks Abroad: A visit to LSU's Death Valley - On the Banks
I go into the heart of SEC country and compare the differences between Death Valley and The Birthplace.
Maryland football: Terps face struggling Penn State offense, quarterback Christian Hackenberg - Testudo Times
Christian Hackenberg and DaeSean Hamilton are big threats against Maryland, even as Penn State deals with a struggling offensive line and running game.
We Are Your Waterloo, Michigan Man - The Crimson Quarry
"There is no HATER'S GUIDE that needs to be written, as it is writing itself day-by-day, week-by-week in the offices of Michigan's football facility and athletic department."
Crimson Query with Maize N Brew - The Crimson Quarry
This week's Q&A includes the top 5 candidates to replace Brady Hoke as well as some roundball discussion.
Todd Gurley suspension ruling drives home issues with NCAA rules - College Football - SI.com
Georgia RB Todd Gurley's suspension ruling drives home major problems with the NCAA's rules.
Florida vs. Georgia: Todd Gurley, and the shame of sham amateurism - Alligator Army
The only good reason Todd Gurley shouldn't be playing this Saturday is premised on a lie.
Commenter thinks that Nebraska might head back to the Big 12.
3 big challenges for FSU's Jameis Winston against Louisville - SBNation.com
The defending national champions face perhaps their toughest test yet Thursday night, on the road against a division opponent with a troubling defense.
Wisconsin vs. Rutgers: Melvin Gordon hopes to continue Heisman Trophy run - Bucky's 5th Quarter
The Badgers face their first road game in a month with the chance to continue rounding into shape in the Big Ten West.
Wisconsin, Minnesota to team up for epilepsy awareness - Bucky's 5th Quarter
The Badgers and Gophers will wear purple stickers on their helmets for their Nov. 29 game to raise awareness for epilepsy treatment. Fans are also encouraged to wear purple.
Huskers Open Season with Big Red Tip-Off - Huskers.com - Nebraska Athletics Official Web Site
Fans got their first chance to see the 2014-15 Nebraska basketball teams Thursday night as both the Husker men and women scrimmaged as part of Big Red Tip-Off at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
Big Ten's Top 10 Sleepers for 2014-15 Season - BT Powerhouse
10 Big Ten basketball players that aren't headline-grabbers right now, but bear watching. If they get up to anything approaching Frank Kaminsky's 2013-14 season, you want to say you saw it coming.
Big Ten Player Rankings: View BTN.com’s preseason hoops top 10 list « Big Ten Network
With exhibition hoops starting Saturday, it's time for BTN.com to release its preseason Big Ten Player Rankings. See our full top 10 in this post.
Breaking down November schedules for Big Ten’s ‘Big Four’ contenders « Big Ten Network
The calendar is flipping to November, so it's time to break down the remaining schedules for the top East and West contenders.
Purdue (3-5, 1-3) at Nebraska (7-1, 3-1) Preview - Hammer and Rails
Purdue faces a very difficult task against a powerful Nebraska offense.
Voted on by SBNation writers, these power rankings answer an age old question once and for this week only: Who is the best coach in the Big Ten?
These guys love our Andy Ketterson.
Numbers Game: The Pierson-El Effect | Hail Varsity
Exploring the effect freshman wide receiver De'Mornay Pierson-El has had on the Huskers' field position this year.
Nebraska's Randy Gregory and Ameer Abdullah boost NFL Draft status - SBNation.com
Week 9 of the college football season was a good one for a pair of Cornhusker prospects, as well as Miami running back Duke Johnson and LSU left tackle La'el Collins.
Nebraska's Ameer Abdullah has zombie apocalypse plan in place - NFL.com
Nebraska RB Ameer Abdullah ventured into every subject during his CFB 24/7 Podcast interview, from former Buccaneers star Warrick Dunn being the player he models his game after, to what he and teammate Kenny Bell are doing to prepare for a zombie apocalypse.
HuskersIllustrated.com Jay Foreman breaks down Ameer Abdullah
Former Husker and NFL linebacker Jay Foreman breaks down the NFL readiness of Ameer Abdullah and Randy Gregory.
The most likely Big Ten championship game is currently Nebraska vs. Michigan State, but Ohio State has decent odds of taking down the Spartans.
Nebraska is projected to win the Big Ten West.
Nebraska has crept up to 13th in the F/+ rankings. The Huskers don't have much to offer beyond Ameer Abdullah's rushing yards, but that alone has gotten them into the top 30 of Off. F/+. Meanwhile, the defense is up to 13th thanks to a lack of true weaknesses and an occasionally great pass defense.
Only Oregon has a better projected percentage of going 11-1 than Nebraska. I love this advanced stat stuff!
Honestly, the Purdue game has me somewhat nervous. Purdue has been scoring a lot more points lately, they're improving, and if it weren't for the Huskers playing sloppy, horrid football at times against Rutgers last week, I believe this is a game we'd lose.
It is a clear trap game with Wisconsin coming up next after a bye week. It is also a game that Bo Pelini manages to lose once a year - a game that his teams shouldn't lose but inexplicably play like crap and lose anyway.
This team seems to have the right ingredients; star playmakers on both sides of the ball and better leadership than they've had in a while, but there is a reason Nebraska is generating nothing in the way of national buzz and it's that "Four Losses a Season" noose hanging around Bo Pelini's neck.
Purdue, Wisconsin, and Iowa stand in the way of our beloved Huskers making it to the Big Ten Championship game. There's still plenty of time for Pelini to get those four losses in.
College football - we wait for it to come around every August-September, then it goes by in a flash and another year is gone. Nebraska has a special year in front of them, IF they can survive November.