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Tuesday = Lots of Links

It’s Tuesday so bring on the links

Miami Beach Bowl
Miami Beach Bowl? More like beach brawl following Memphis beating BYU in double OT

First Quarter: NBA/NHL

1) NBA scoreboard
2) Who wants Josh Smith?
3) NHL scoreboard
4) Winter Classic rink

Second Quarter: College Football

1) Ugly scene after the first Miami Beach Bowl
2) Pitt has their head coach
3) Florida hires another former Alabama OC for their new staff
4) Bowl central

Third Quarter: NFL

1) Joel Corry looks at teams with bad cap situations
2) Grantland all-pro team
3) Who can clinch this week?
4) NFL playoff picture

Fourth Quarter: Links

1) SI counts down the top sports moments of 2014 from 114 to 1
2) Cheating in Little League? Why I never
3) Stadium conflict in Arlington?
4) Hot Stove tracker

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2014 Posts: 242

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The Wednesday Edition

It’s the middle of the week!

An illustration of what we think Chris Johnson racing a cheetah will look like. (Photos: George Walker IV/The Tennessean and Christophe Beaudufe/AFP)
Chris Johnson and Devin Hester will race a Cheetah which heck might be this big. Photos: George Walker IV/The Tennessean and Christophe Beaudufe/AFP

First Quarter: MLB

1) MLB scoreboard
2) ESPN Wednesday Night Baseball: Tampa Bay Rays (59-42)/David Price (4-5, 4.03) @ Boston Red Sox (61-41)/Felix Doubront (7-3, 3.76), 6:10 pm
3) New York Yankees (53-47)/Andy Pettitte (7-7, 4.47) @ Texas Rangers (55-45)/Matt Garza (6-1, 3.17), 7:05 pm
4) Cincinnati Reds (57-44)/Mike Leake (9-4, 2.79) @ San Francisco Giants (46-54)/Chad Gaudin (4-1, 2.15), 9:15 pm

Second Quarter: 4Q Potpourri (NBA, NFL, NHL, College Sports or anything our of season)

1) NBA – Amnesty tracker
2) NFL – Devin Hester + Chris Johnson + a Cheetah = Discovery Channel Shark Week fun!
3) NHL – Who will be Team Canada’s netminder in Sochi?
4) College – The targeting rule will lead to anger in CFB this season, Andy Staples article

Third Quarter: Midweek Links 

1) Grant Wahl says the field for the Gold Cup semifinals at Cowboy Stadium is awful
2) CBSsports MLB power rankings
3) The 30
4) New York Times on Sporting Kansas City

Fourth Quarter: Midweek Links II

1) Legendary Creighton men’s basketball coach John J. “Red” McManus
2) How will Bill Belichick answer questions today? Dan Wetzel writes about it
3) Tax’d!
4) Interesting idea from Peter Richmond and lastly happy 30th birthday George Brett pine tar game!

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2013 Posts: 180

The Wednesday Edition

It’s the middle of the week!


Those in control are letting the fans decide the College Football Playoff logo

First Quarter: NBA Playoffs

1) NBA scoreboard
2) Houston Rockets @ Oklahoma City Thunder, 6 pm/TNT – OKC 1-0
3) Atlanta Hawks @ Indiana Pacers, 6:30 pm/NBATV – IND 1-0
4) Los Angeles Lakers @ San Antonio Spurs, 8:30 pm/TNT – SAS 1-0

Second Quarter: NHL

1) NHL scoreboard
2) Rivalry Night Game One on NBCSN: Los Angeles Kings (26-15-5, 57 pts) @ Detroit Red Wings (21-16-8, 50 pts), 6:30 pm/NBC Sports Network
3) San Jose Sharks (25-14-7, 57 pts) @ Phoenix Coyotes (19-18-8, 46 pts), 9 pm/NBC Sports Network
4) Playoff standings 

Third Quarter: MLB

1) MLB scoreboard
2) ESPN Wednesday Night Baseball: Los Angeles Dodgers (9-10)/T. Lilly (0-0, 0.00) @ New York Mets (9-9)/M. Harvey (4-0, 0.93), 6 pm/ESPN
3) St. Louis Cardinals (12-8)/J. Garcia (1-1, 3.22) @ Washington Nationals (10-10)/S. Strasburg (1-3, 2.96), 12:05 pm/MLB Network
4) Arizona Diamondbacks (11-9)/I. Kennedy (1-2, 5.47) @ San Francisco Giants (13-8)/M. Bumgarner (3-0, 2.05), 2:45 pm

Fourth Quarter: Midweek Links

1) YahooSports.com – Pat Forde on the new College Football Playoff, College Football Playoff
2) SI.com – Stewart Mandel chimes in with his CFP thoughts
3) CBSsports.com – Cowboys Stadium looks like the venue for the playoff
4) CollegeFootballPlayoff.com – Vote for the logo here
Bonus) NHL.com – The New York Islanders are back in the Stanley Cup Playoffs

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Friday’s Weekend Primer

Getting you set for the Weekend


Tonight the site of the 2014 Final Four/Cowboys Stadium in Arlington hosts the NCAA South Regional. Photo from AT&T Cotton Bowl twitter

First Quarter: College Basketball – Friday Sweet 16 Games (Midwest/South Regionals)

1) Midwest Regional (Lucas Oil Field/Indianapolis, IN): 12 Oregon Ducks (28-8) v. 1 Louisville Cardinals (31-5), 6:15 pm/CBS
2) South Regional (Cowboys Stadium/Arlington, TX): 4 Michigan Wolverines (28-7) v. 1 Kansas Jayhawks (31-5), 6:37 pm/TBS
3) Midwest Regional (Lucas Oil Field/Indianapolis, IN): 3 Michigan State Spartans (27-8) v. 2 Duke Blue Devils (29-5), 8:45 pm/CBS
4) South Regional (Cowboys Stadium/Arlington, TX): 15 Florida Gulf Coast (26-10) v. 3 Florida Gators (28-7), 8:57 pm/TBS

Second Quarter: NBA

1) NBA Scores
2) 4Q NBA Game of the Night – Los Angeles Clippers (49-23) @ San Antonio Spurs (54-17), 7:30 pm
3) Brooklyn Nets (42-29) @ Denver Nuggets (49-24), 8 pm
4) Utah Jazz (36-36) @ Portland Trailblazers (33-38), 9 pm

Third Quarter: NHL

1) NHL scoreboard
2) 4Q NHL Game of the Night – Anaheim Ducks (22-7-4, 48 pts) @ Chicago Blackhawks (25-4-3, 53 pts), 7:30 pm/NHL Network
3) Minnesota Wild (20-10-2, 42 pts) @ Dallas Stars (15-14-3, 33 pts), 7:30 pm
4) Columbus Blue Jackets (13-14-7, 33 pts) @ Calgary Flames (13-15-4, 30 pts), 8 pm

Fourth Quarter: College Baseball (All Rankings from Baseball America)

1) D1baseball.com Scoreboard
2) 4Q College Baseball Series of the Weekend: 6 UCLA Bruins @ 26 Arizona State Sun Devils
3) 19 Notre Dame Fighting Irish @ 15 Louisville Cardinals
4) 30 Texas A&M Aggies @ 13 South Carolina Gamecocks

See you on Monday and enjoy your weekend! Thanks for reading Four Quarters! Follow me on twitter @MikeVmos

2013 Posts: 96

Monday Edition

Here are you four Monday topics for you to start the week


Florida Gulf Coast is the story of the weekend beating Georgetown and then San Diego State to make the round of 16. Photo by Sports Illustrated

First Quarter: NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Sweet 16

1. Midwest (Lucas Oil Stadium/Indianapolis, IN): 12 Oregon Ducks v. 1 Louisville Cardinals, 3 Michigan State Spartans v. 2 Duke Blue Devils
2. West (Staples Center/Los Angeles, CA): 13 LaSalle Explorers v. 9 Wichita State Shockers, 6 Arizona Wildcats v. 2 Ohio State Buckeyes
3. South (Cowboys Stadium/Arlington, TX): 4 Michigan Wolverines v. 1 Kansas Jayhawks, 15 Florida Gulf Coast Eagles v. 3 Florida Gators
4. East (Verizon Center/Washington, D.C.): 4 Syracuse Orange v. 1 Indiana Hoosiers, 3 Marquette Golden Eagles v. 2 Miami (FL) Hurricanes

Second Quarter: College Basketball part II – the brackets

1.NCAA Tournament Men’s Bracket and Women’s Bracket
2. NIT Bracket
3. CBI Bracket
4. CIT Bracket

Third Quarter: NBA/NHL

1. NBA scoreboard and standings
2. 4Q NBA Game of the Night: Atlanta Hawks (39-31) @ Indiana Pacers (43-27), 6 pm
3. NHL scoreboard and standings
4. 4Q NHL Game of the Night: Los Angeles Kings (17-12-2, 36 pts) @ Chicago Blackhawks (24-3-3, 51 pts), 7 pm/NBC Sports Network

Fourth Quarter: Weekend Links
1. SI.com – One on One
2. CBSsports.com – Gary Parrish on will Doug McDermott come back?
3. YahooSports.com – Pat Forde looks at the last 16 left in the men’s tournament
4. ESPN.com – UCLA fires Ben Howland

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2013 Posts: 92

2013 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament

For those who know the bracket great! But I feel that this blog needs to be a source of information on the biggest deal in sports so here is your field of 68. All times are Central and you’re on your own finding these channels.

KEY – MW = Midwest, W = West, S = South, E = East

Play-In Four (I refuse to call it by the name it’s billed as)

March 19 (UD Arena/Dayton, OH)
MW – 16 Liberty Flames (15-20) v. 16 North Carolina A&T Aggies (19-16), 5:40 pm TruTV
MW – 11 Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders (28-5) v. 11 Saint Mary’s Gaels (27-6), 8:10 pm TruTV

March 20 (UD Arena/Dayton, OH)
E – 16 LIU-Brooklyn Blackbirds (20-13) v. 16 James Madison Dukes (20-14), 5:40 pm TruTV
W – 13 Boise State Broncos (21-10) v. 13 LaSalle Explorers (21-9), 8:10 pm TruTV

Midwest Region

Thursday, March 21 (Rupp Arena/Lexington, KY)
1 Louisville Cardinals (29-5) v. 16 Liberty/North Carolina A&T winner, 5:50 pm TBS
8 Colorado State Rams (25-8) v. 9 Missouri Tigers (23-10), 8:20 pm TBS

Thursday, March 21 (HP Pavilion/San Jose, CA)
5 Oklahoma State Cowboys (24-8) v. 12 Oregon Ducks (26-8), 3:30 pm TNT
4 Saint Louis Billikens (27-6) v. 13 New Mexico State Aggies (24-10), 1:10 TNT

Thursday, March 21 (Palace of Auburn Hills/Auburn Hills, MI)
6 Memphis Tigers (30-4) v. 11 Middle Tennessee/Saint Mary’s winner, 1:45 pm CBS
3 Michigan State Spartans (25-8) v. 14 Valparaiso Crusaders (26-7), 11:15 am CBS

Friday, March 22 (Wells Fargo Center/Philadelphia, PA)
7 Creighton Bluejays (27-7) v. 10 Cincinnati Bearcats (22-11), 1:45 pm CBS
2 Duke Blue Devils (27-5) v. 15 Albany Great Danes (24-10), 11:15 am CBS

Regional Finals – Lucas Oil Stadium/Indianapolis, IN March 29 and 31

West Region

Thursday, March 21 (EnergySolutions Arena/Salt Lake City, UT)
1 Gonzaga Bulldogs (31-2) v. 16 Southern Jaguars (23-9), 3:10 pm TBS
8 Pittsburgh Panthers (24-8) v. 9 Wichita State Shockers (26-8), 12:40 pm TBS

Friday, March 22 (Sprint Center/Kansas City, MO)
5 Wisconsin Badgers (23-11) v. 12 Mississippi Rebels (26-8), 11:40 am TruTV
4 Kansas State Wildcats (27-7) v. 13 Boise State/LaSalle winner, 2:10 pm TruTV

Thursday, March 21 (EnergySolutions Arena/Salt Lake City, UT)
6 Arizona Wildcats (25-7) v. 11 Belmont Bruins (26-6), 6:20 pm TNT
3 New Mexico Lobos (29-5) v. 14 Harvard Crimson (19-9), 8:50 pm TNT

Friday, March 22 (UD Arena/Dayton, OH)
7 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (25-9) v. 10 Iowa State Cyclones (22-11), 8:45 pm CBS
2 Ohio State Buckeyes (26-7) v. 15 Iona Gaels (20-13), 6:15 pm CBS

Regional Finals – Staples Center/Los Angeles, CA March 28 and 30

South Region

Friday, March 22 (Sprint Center/Kansas City, MO)
1 Kansas Jayhawks (29-5) v. 16 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (20-15), 8:50 pm TNT
8 North Carolina Tarheels (24-10) v. 9 Villanova Wildcats (20-13), 6:20 pm TNT

Thursday, March 21 (Palace of Auburn Hills/Auburn Hills, MI)
5 Virginia Commonwealth Rams (26-8) v. 12 Akron Zips (26-6), 8:45 pm CBS
4 Michigan Wolverines (26-7) v. 13 South Dakota State Jackrabbits (25-9), 6:15 pm CBS

Friday, March 22 (Frank Erwin Center/Austin, TX)
6 UCLA Bruins (25-9) v. 11 Minnesota Golden Gophers (20-12), 6:27 pm TruTV
3 Florida Gators (26-7) v. 14 Northwestern State Demons (23-8), 8:57 TruTV

Friday, March 22 (Wells Fargo Center/Philadelphia, PA)
7 San Diego State Aztecs (22-10) v. 10 Oklahoma Sooners (20-11), 5:50 pm TBS
2 Georgetown Hoyas (25-6) v. 15 Florida Gulf Coast (24-10), 8:20 pm TBS

Regional Finals – Cowboys Stadium/Arlington, TX March 29 and 31

East Region

Friday, March 22 (UD Arena/Dayton, OH)
1 Indiana Hoosiers (27-6) v. 16 LIU-Brooklyn/James Madison winner, 3:10 pm TBS
8 North Carolina State Wolfpack (24-10) v. 9 Temple Owls (23-9), 12:40 pm TBS

Thursday, March 21 (HP Pavilion/San Jose, CA)
5 UNLV Running Rebels (25-9) v. 12 California Golden Bears (20-11), 6:27 pm TruTV
4 Syracuse Orange (26-9) v. 13 Montana Grizzlies (25-6), 8:57 pm TruTV

Thursday, March 21 (Rupp Arena/Lexington, KY)
6 Butler Bulldogs (26-8) v. 11 Bucknell Bison (28-5), 11:40 am TruTV
3 Marquette Golden Eagles (23-8) v. 14 Davidson Wildcats (26-7), 2:10 pm TruTV

Friday, March 22 (Frank Erwin Center/Austin, TX)
7 Illinois Fighting Illini (22-12) v. 10 Colorado Buffaloes (21-11), 3:40 pm TNT
2 Miami (FL) Hurricanes (27-6) v. 15 Pacific Tigers (22-12), 1:10 pm TNT

Regional Finals – Verizon Center/Washington, D.C. March 28 and 30

2013 Final Four – Georgia Dome/Atlanta, GA April 6 and 8

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Bo-files in History: Year 5

Look Bo Pelini lifted Nebraska out of the Bill Callahan era (while coaching up his players in his first couple seasons in Lincoln) so Husker Nation must be greatful for that and thank him. The title is Bo-files in history (profiles in history is the spoof for those needing it spelled out) as I’ve been putting off looking at the Mark “Bo” Pelini years as head Husker. This era in Cornhusker football started in 2008 even though technically it started with the 2003 Alamo Bowl which I’ll count in what’s about to be totaled up.


Bo Pelini has been at Nebraska six years, five as head coach. Photo by Matt Miller/Omaha World Herald News Service

With all of that said here is a breakdown of Pelini’s win loss record since being named head coach. So let’s begin …

2003 W/L 1-0 (Neutral 1-0)/Career 1-0 (Neutral 1-0): W 17-3 v. Michigan State/Alamo Bowl (1-0)
2008 W/L 9-4, 5-3 Conference (Home 6-2 Away 2-2 Neutral 1-0)/Career 10-4 (Home 6-2 Away 2-2 Neutral 2-0): W 47-24 Western Michigan (1-0), W 35-12 San Jose State (2-0), W 38-7 New Mexico State (3-0), L 35-30 Virginia Tech (3-1), L 52-17 Missouri (3-2/0-1 Big XII), L 37-31 F/OT @Texas Tech (3-3/0-2 Big XII), W 35-7 @Iowa State (4-3/1-2 Big XII), W 32-20 Baylor (5-3/2-2 Big XII), L 62-28 @Oklahoma (5-4/2-3 Big XII), W 45-35 Kansas (6-4/3-3 Big XII), W 56-28 @Kansas State (7-4/4-3 Big XII), W 40-31 Colorado (8-4/5-3 Big XII), W 26-21 v. Clemson/Gator Bowl (9-4/5-3 Big XII)
2009 W/L 10-4, 6-3 Conference (Home 5-2 Away 4-1 Neutral 1-1)/Career 20-8 (Home 11-4 Away 6-3 Neutral 3-1): W 49-3 Florida Atlantic (1-0), W 38-9 Arkansas State (2-0), L 16-15 @Virginia Tech (2-1), W 55-0 Louisiana-Lafayette (3-1), W 27-12 @Missouri (4-1, 1-0 Big XII), L 31-10 Texas Tech (4-2, 1-1 Big XII), L 9-7 Iowa State (4-3, 1-2 Big XII), W 20-10 @Baylor (5-3, 2-2 Big XII), W 10-3 Oklahoma (6-3, 3-2 Big XII), W 31-17 @Kansas (7-3, 4-2 Big XII), W 17-3 Kansas State (8-3, 5-2 Big XII), W 28-20 @Colorado (9-3, 6-2 Big XII), L 13-12 v. Texas/Big XII Championship Game in Arlington, TX (9-4, 6-3 Big XII), W 33-0 v. Arizona/Holiday Bowl (10-4/6-3 Big XII)
2010 W/L  10-4, 6-3 Conference (Home 6-1 Away 4-1 Neutral 0-2)/Career 30-12 (Home 17-5 Away 10-4 Neutral 3-3): W 49-10 Western Kentucky (1-0), W 38-17 Idaho (2-0), W 56-21 @Washington (3-0), W 17-3 South Dakota State (4-0), W 48-13 @Kansas State (5-0, 1-0 Big XII), L 20-13 Texas (5-1, 1-1 Big XII), W 51-41 @Oklahoma State (6-1, 2-1 Big XII), W 31-17 Missouri (7-1, 3-1 Big XII), W 31-30 F/OT @Iowa State (8-1, 4-1 Big XII), W 20-3 Kansas (9-1, 5-1 Big XII), L 9-6 @Texas A&M (9-2, 5-2 Big XII), W 45-17 Colorado (10-2, 6-2 Big XII), L 23-20 v. Oklahoma/Big XII Championship Game in Arlington, TX (10-3, 6-3 Big XII), L 19-7 v. Washington/Holiday Bowl (10-4, 6-3 Big XII)
2011 W/L 9-4, 5-3 Conference (Home 6-1 Away 3-2 Neutral 0-1)/Career 39-16 (Home 23-6 Away 13-6 Neutral 3-4): W 40-7 Chattanooga (1-0), W 42-29 Fresno State (2-0), W 51-38 Washington (3-0), W 38-14 @Wyoming (4-0), L 48-17 @Wisconsin (4-1, 0-1 B1G), W 34-27 Ohio State (5-1, 1-1 B1G), W 41-14 @Minnesota (6-1, 2-1 B1G), W 24-3 Michigan State (7-1, 3-1 B1G), L 28-25 Northwestern (7-2, 3-2 B1G), W 17-14 @Penn State (8-2, 4-2 B1G), L 45-17 @Michigan (8-3, 4-3 B1G), W 20-7 Iowa (9-3, 5-3 B1G), L 30-13 v. South Carolina/CapitalOne Bowl (9-4, 5-3 B1G)
2012 W/L 10-4, 7-2 Conference (Home 7-0 3-2 Neutral 0-2)/Career 49-20 (Home (30-6 Away 16-8 Neutral 3-6): W 49-20 Southern Miss (1-0), L 36-30 @UCLA (1-1), W 42-13 Arkansas State (2-1), W 73-7 Idaho State (3-1), W 30-27 Wisconsin (4-1, 1-0 B1G), L 63-38 @Ohio State (4-2, 1-1 B1G), W 29-28 @Northwestern (5-2, 2-1 B1G), W 23-9 Michigan (6-2, 3-1 B1G), W 28-24 @Michigan State (7-2, 4-1 B1G), W 32-23 Penn State (8-2, 5-1 B1G), W 38-14 Minnesota (9-2, 6-1 B1G), W 13-7 @Iowa (10-2, 7-1 B1G), L 70-31 v. Wisconsin/B1G Conference Championship Game in Indianapolis, IN (10-3, 7-2 B1G), L 45-31 v. Georgia/CapitalOne Bowl (10-4, 7-2 B1G)

Overall Career: Record 49-20, Conference Record (Big XII 17-9/B1G 12-5) 29-14, Home 30-6 Away 16-8 Neutral 3-5 Conference Title Games 0-3 Bowl Games 3-3

Record by Opponent (H-Home, A-Away, N-Neutral): Arizona 1-0 (1-0 N), Arkansas State 2-0 (2-0 H), Baylor 2-0 (1-0 H, 1-0 A), Chattanooga 1-0 (1-0 H), Clemson 1-0 (1-0 N), Colorado 3-0 (2-0 H, 1-0 A), Florida Atlanta 1-0 (1-0 H), Fresno State 1-0 (1-0 H), Georgia 0-1 (0-1 N), Idaho 1-0 (1-0 H), Idaho State 1-0 (1-0 H), Iowa 2-0 (1-0 H, 1-0 A), Iowa State 2-1 (0-1 H, 2-0 A), Kansas 3-0 (2-0 H, 0-1 A), Kansas State 3-0 (1-0 H, 2-0 A), Louisiana-Lafayette 1-0 (1-0 H), Michigan 1-1 (1-0 H, 0-1 A), Michigan State 3-0 (1-0 H/1-0 A/1-0 N), Minnesota 2-0 (1-0 H, 1-0 A), Missouri 2-1 (1-1 H, 1-0 A), New Mexico State 1-0 (1-0 H), Northwestern 1-1 (0-1 H, 1-0 A), Ohio State 1-1 (1-0 H, 0-1 A), Oklahoma 1-2 (1-0 H, 0-1 A, 0-1 N), Penn State 2-0 (1-0 H, 1-0 A), San Jose State 1-0 (1-0 H), South Carolina 0-1 (0-1 N), South Dakota State 1-0 (1-0 H), Southern Miss 1-0 (1-0 H), Texas 0-2 (0-1 H, 0-1 N), Texas A&M 0-1 (0-1 A), Texas Tech 0-2 (0-1 H, 0-1 A), Virginia Tech 0-2 (0-1 H, 0-1 A), UCLA 0-1 (0-1 A), Washington 2-1 (1-0 H, 1-0 A, 0-1 A), Western Kentucky 1-0 (1-0 H), Western Michigan 1-0 (1-0 H), Wisconsin 1-2 (1-0 H, 0-1 A, 0-1 N), Wyoming 1-0 (1-0 A)

Home Wins (30) –
2008 (6): Western Michigan (47-24), San Jose State (35-12), New Mexico State (38-7), Baylor (32-20), Kansas (45-35), Colorado (40-31)
2009 (5): Florida Atlanta (49-3), Arkansas State (38-9), Louisiana-Lafayette (55-0), Oklahoma (10-3), Kansas State (17-3)
2010 (6): Western Kentucky (49-10), Idaho (38-17), South Dakota State (17-3), Missouri (31-17), Kansas (20-3), Colorado (45-17)
2011 (6): Chattanooga (40-7), Fresno State (42-29), Washington (51-38), Ohio State (34-27), Michigan State (24-3), Iowa (20-7)
2012 (7): Southern Miss (49-20), Arkansas State (42-13), Idaho State (73-7), Wisconsin (30-27), Michigan (23-9), Penn State (32-23), Minnesota (38-14)

Home Losses (6) –
2008 (2): Virginia Tech (35-30), Missouri (52-17)
2009 (2): Texas Tech (31-10), Iowa State (9-7)
2010 (1): Texas (20-13)
2011 (1): Northwestern (28-25)
2012 (0): None

Road Wins (16) –
2008 (2): Iowa State (35-7), Kansas State (56-28)
2009 (4): Missouri (27-12), Baylor (20-10), Kansas (31-17), Colorado (28-20)
2010 (4): Washington (56-21), Kansas State (48-13), Oklahoma State (51-41), Iowa State (31-30 F/OT)
2011 (3): Wyoming (38-14), Minnesota (41-14), Penn State (17-14)
2012 (3): Northwestern (29-28), Michigan State (28-24), Iowa (13-7)

Road Losses (8) –
2008 (2): Texas Tech (37-31 F/OT), Oklahoma (62-28)
2009 (1): Virginia Tech (16-15)
2010 (1): Texas A&M (9-6)
2011 (2): Wisconsin (48-17), Michigan (45-17)
2012 (2): UCLA (36-30), Ohio State (63-38)

Neutral Site Wins (3) –
2003 (1): Alamo Bowl v. Michigan State (17-3)
2008 (1): Gator Bowl v. Clemson (26-21)
2009 (1): Holiday Bowl v. Arizona (33-0)

Neutral Site Losses (6) –
2009 (1): Big XII Championship Game v. Texas (13-12)
2010 (2): Big XII Championship Game v. Oklahoma (23-20), Holiday Bowl v. Washington (19-7)
2011 (1): CapitalOne Bowl v. South Carolina (30-13)
2012 (2): Big Ten Conference Championship Game v. Wisconsin (70-31), CapitalOne Bowl v. Georgia (45-31)

Conference Championship Game Appearances (3) – 0-3
2009 Big XII Conference Championship Game/Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas v. Texas (L 13-12)
2010 Big XII Conference Championship Game/Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas v. Oklahoma (L 23-20)
2012 Big Ten Conference Championship Game/Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana v. Wisconsin (L 70-31)

Bowl Appearances (6) – 3-3
2003 Alamo Bowl (Alamo Dome/San Antonio, Texas) v. Michigan State (W 17-3) *Interim Head Coach*
2008 Gator Bowl (Jacksonville Municipal Stadium/Jacksonville, Florida) v. Clemson (W 26-21)
2009 Holiday Bowl (Qualcomm Stadium/San Diego, California) v. Arizona (W 33-0)
2010 Holiday Bowl (Qualcomm Stadium/San Diego, California) v. Washington (L 19-7)
2012 CapitalOne Bowl (Citrus Bowl Stadium/Orlando, Florida) v. South Carolina (L 30-13)
2013 CapitalOne Bowl (Citrus Bowl Stadium/Orlando, Florida) v. Georgia (L 45-31)

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