Welcome back to the second edition of the Big Ten News Brief!
This daily column will serve to highlight the biggest events of the day in the conference.
The Big Ten as a whole had an interesting day on Tuesday.
Before we get started watch this video of Dabo Swinney quoting the late Tyler Trent, it’s a must watch video.
Now let’s get started.
After stunning a ranked Ohio State team at home 64-61, Rutgers basketball has now lost two straight games by double-digits.
The first loss was to Minnesota 88-70, but Tuesday night Purdue punished the Scarlet Knights 89-54.
Carsen Edwards led the Boilermakers with 19 points meanwhile Montez Mathis did the same for the Scarlet Knights.
On the bright side for Rutgers fans is that their former head coach Kyle Flood may become Alabama’s next offensive line coach, per reports.
The drama is over. Tate Martell is officially a Miami Hurricane.
However, there was more transfer portal news today in the conference.
Iowa Hawkeyes defensive tackle Daviyon Nixon has submitted his name in the NCAA transfer portal.
The Hawkeyes could lose the former three-star recruit.
Ohio State welcomes a Pizza ATM! The pizzas are 10 inches and cost $8.
This comes from the same school that welcomed a bacon vending machine last December.
“We are always looking for innovative and new ways to provide services to our students here at Ohio State,” said Abby Hertzfeld, associate director of operations for the Office of Student Life Dining Services in a press release.
The real question is what does Ohio State have up their sleeves next?