On this week’s “The Journey: Big Ten Basketball 2012,” at 8 p.m. ET Sunday, our cameras take you behind John Shurna’s record-breaking day as the senior became Northwestern’s all-time leading scorer last weekend against Minnesota. We also profile Calbert Cheaney, the Big Ten’s all-time leading scorer, who has returned to Indiana following a career in the NBA, both as a player and assistant coach. Watch a bonus clip now and see what else we’ll be profiling on Sunday’s show in this post. Also, follow the show on Twitter: @BTNJourney.
Here Shurna talks about hearing from Billy McKinney, the previous all-time leading scorer at Northwestern:
From Madison, Wisconsin to Cleveland, Ohio, we make the trek to understand Wisconsin senior swingman Rob Wilson’s passion and devotion to at-risk kids. The potential was there for Wilson to be an at-risk child himself growing up in Cleveland with a mother with two jobs. He spent time in the Boys and Girls clubs., and the experience serves as inspiration. See how Wilson is spending his time helping kids in Madison and preparing for his life after basketball.
We chronicle to story of Penn State junior guard Nick Colella, who went from being a practice player for the Penn State women’s basketball team to a walk on for the men’s squad.
Watch more previous Journey segments and bonus clips.