Northwestern football player seen snatching hand towels from unsuspecting Wisconsin players in the middle of the game

Northwestern faced Wisconsin in a big Big Ten battle featuring ranked teams. After one turnover, Northwestern's JR Pace could be seen taking hand towels from the backs of two Wisconsin football players.  Neither Wisconsin player appeared to notice what happened. It is unclear what happened to Northwestern's spoils.  Watch the video below. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Source: Read

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Opinion: Big Ten football set for return — and collision course with COVID-19 surge

The top story in the Madison, Wisconsin newspaper on Thursday detailed how the local health department was so overwhelmed with cases of COVID-19 that it couldn’t keep up with its standard contact tracing protocols. Meanwhile, the Badgers host Illinois on Friday night.  In Indiana, there were 180 new hospitalizations on Wednesday — the most since Aug. 31 — and 412 patients

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Utah high school AD pauses football game due to fans not complying with COVID-19 protocols

An athletic director paused a Thursday night high school football game in Utah when the fans in the stands were not following coronavirus protocols. Jeremy Lewis, the athletic director at American Fork High School in American Fork, Utah, temporarily halted play during the first half of his school's game against Timpview High School when he saw that many fans had removed their

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Supreme Court denies NCAA’s request for stay of injunction in case on athlete benefits

Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan on Tuesday denied the NCAA’s request for a stay of an injunction that will end association-wide limits on education-related benefits that college athletes can receive. Barring the NCAA’s ability to convince U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken to change the injunction’s effective date, Kagan’s ruling sets the stage for at least one recruiting cycle in which

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