It's Tuesday, Feb. 14 and we're looking at what's left in the race for the Big Ten men's basketball season. Ready, set ... go.
There will be some big holes to fill for Iowa if it wants to return to the summit of the West Division in 2017. And there will be a new play-caller, with offensive line coach Brian Ferentz taking over for the retiring Greg Davis. Add it all up, and 2017 shapes up as interesting season in Iowa City.
The Big Ten race got a whole lot more interesting when Northwestern won at Wisconsin on Sunday, shrinking the Badgers’ first-place lead to one game over Purdue and Maryland. Will we have a first-place tie at this time next week?
Derrick Walton Jr. continued his torrid play, Northwestern carded the biggest win in program history, and the Big Ten race is heating up. Get BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's best of the week that was.
The page has been turned in Bloomington. Kevin Wilson is out. Tom Allen is in. Allen has been in Bloomington one season and never has been a head coach. And Allen already has shaken up the staff, ousting offensive coordinator Kevin Johns and hiring veteran Mike DeBord.
We're less than a month away from the Big Ten Tournament. With the regular season in its home stretch, Tom Dienhart surveyed writers around the Big Ten for their conference MVP picks.
For the first time ever, the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Selection Committee will reveal the nation’s top 16 seeds. How many Big Ten teams will be on it? Let the debate begin! The show airs at 12:30 PM, ET on CBS.
In 1996 Jess Settles played in one of many Iowa basketball games. In 2017 the now-BTN basketball analyst watched that game again and told stories about it via facebook Live. Want to see what he said?
It’s rivalry week in the Big Ten and there is no grudge match bigger than Indiana vs. Purdue. Boilermaker freshman guard Carsen Edwards is new to this scene and Tom Dienhart talked to him leading up to the big game.
Illinois is in search of stability, and Lovie Smith may be moving closer to that desired goal as he enters his second season in Champaign. The former Super Bowl coach experienced a debut that had its share of ups and downs en route to a 3-9 finish (2-7 Big Ten).