There Was Another Massive Upset In The Big 10 Tonight

first_imgAn exterior view of Northwestern's football stadium.EVANSTON, IL – SEPTEMBER 07: A general view of Ryan Field before the Northwestern Wildcats take on the Syracuse Orange on September 7, 2013 in Evanston, Illinois. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)It was a day full of upsets in the Big Ten. So, it’s fitting that a major one would go down at night, too.The league, which has already suffered losses today to Troy, USF, BYU, Kansas and Temple, can add Akron to that list.Northwestern, a 21-point favorite, fell at home to Akron this evening. The Wildcats lost, 39-34. Akron outscored Northwestern 13-6 in the fourth quarter.It’s Akron’s first win over a Big Ten team in more than a century. Seriously.Akron knocks off Northwestern 39-34 for its first win against a Big Ten team since 1894 – yes, 1894— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) September 16, 2018The Big Ten has certainly seen better days.The B1G has losses to:TroyKansasAkronMissouriUSFTempleBYU— Dustin Schutte (@SchutteCFB) September 16, 2018At least Ohio State, Penn State and Michigan looked good today. The Big Ten is going to need to pick things up in a major way moving forward.last_img read more

Cervars 16 boys for EHF EURO 2018 start

Croatian national team coach Lino Cervar announced list of 16 players which will start Men’s EHF EURO 2018 on home soil in Split. Goalkeepers:Ivan Stevanović – HC Kadetten SchaffhausenMirko Alilović – HC Telekom VeszpremWings:Zlatko Horvat – RK PPD ZagrebIvan Čupić – RK VardarManuel Štrlek – HC PGE Vive KielceLovro Mihić – HC Orlen Wisla PlockLine players:Željko Musa – SC MagdeburgIgor Vori – RK PPD ZagrebJakov Gojun – HC Füchse BerlinBackline:Marko Mamić – HC PGE Vive KielceStipe Mandalinić – HC Füchse BerlinDomagoj Duvnjak – HC THW KielIgor Karačić – RK VardarLuka Cindrić – RK VardarMarko Kopljar – HC Füchse BerlinLuka Stepančić – HC Paris Saint-Germain ← Previous Story Serbian 16 for EHF EURO 2016 – Six newcomers! Next Story → Nebojsa Simic to miss EHF EURO 2018 read more