Tom Dienhart caught up with first-year Purdue AD Mike Bobinski as the Boilermakers celebrate a Big Ten title in men's basketball and first-year football coach Jeff Brohm builds his program.
Few players are having a better year than Michigan point guard Derrick Walton Jr. The senior is averaging 14.4 points, four assists and 4.9 rebounds for the surging Wolverines. Get BTN.com Tom Dienhart's Q&A with the Michigan senior inside.
With Purdue wrapping up at least a share of the Big Ten crown, its first since 2010, Tuesday night, it's time to take a look at how the Big Ten champion has been seeded in recent NCAA tournaments.
Penn State is coming off a stunningly surprising season that saw it win the Big Ten title in James Franklin’s third season. Who saw that coming? No one. What will Penn State do for an encore? Well, the Nittany Lions could repeat, as most of the key cogs from last season are back.
The final week of the season is here. And, it’s looking more likely that the Big Ten will get seven teams in the NCAA tourney: Purdue, Wisconsin, Maryland, Michigan State, Maryland, Michigan and Northwestern. And Illinois is coming on strong. The title chase also has intrigue, too. Purdue has a one-game lead over Wisconsin. And with a home win vs. Indiana on Tuesday, the Boilermakers will clinch at least a share of the Big Ten title for the first time since 2010. If Purdue also wins at Northwestern in the finale, it would take the title outright. Wisconsin needs to
A new era is dawning in West Lafayette, Indiana, as Jeff Brohm takes over a woebegone program that won a scant nine games over the last four years. Now, the only way to go is up, right? That’s the hope.
Just one more week remains, as the penultimate week of the season is in the rear-view mirror. Can Purdue hang on to its one-game lead in the conference standings and take home its first Big Ten crowns since 2010?
The Big Ten was well-represented within NFL Network expert Mike Mayock's positional rankings ahead of next week's NFL Combine.
Looking to get the Fiesta Bowl taste out of your mouth? Tom Dienhart previews Ohio State's spring season, which is right around the corner.
Every team deals with injuries sooner or later, and this Big Ten men's basketball season is no different. Tom Dienhart lists the most significant injuries in the conference this year.