The 2015 Wisconsin basketball team is one that Badgers fans never will forget. Maybe some Big Ten fans, too. Not only does it own the best season in program annals, advancing to the national final, one year after making the Final Four, one would have a hard time finding a more charismatic group.
The Buckeyes had a Big Ten-high six players declare for the NFL draft, a year after OSU saw a national-high nine players leave Columbus early. So, it goes without saying, Ohio State must move forward without some key players.
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The selection committee for the NCAA men's basketball tournament is getting into the bracketology business and borrowing an idea from the College Football Playoff, hoping it will get more fans thinking about March Madness in February.
It begins tonight with a game at Michigan State, a desperate team that is 4-3 in the Big Ten (12-8 overall) and has lost three of its last four games. That’s followed by a trip to Nebraska, a visit from Northwestern, and games at Maryland and at Indiana.
Four weeks down in Big Ten play, and it seems like things are finally taking shape. Check out BTN analyst Jon Crispin's latest Big Ten Power Rankings inside.
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Just days after an NCAA vote to ban team trips that combine spring break and spring football, Michigan announced Monday that the Wolverines' next getaway is its most exotic yet: Italy.
BTN.com editor Alex Roux previews three Big Ten games to watch throughout Week 5 of conference play.
Wisconsin has its Big Three, and every member of the trio shows up in my latest Big Ten Player Rankings. That's right, big-shot Bronson Koenig joins mainstays Ethan Happ and Nigel Hayes on the list this week.
The latest AP poll is out, and the same three Big Ten teams remain ranked. As was the case last week, the order goes Wisconsin (No. 15), Purdue (No. 20) and Maryland (No. 22).