Michigan must replace a lot of production heading into 2017. Tom Dienhart evaluates the roster and identifies which players to watch as we head into spring practice.
Ask Wisconsin's Nigel Hayes a question and he'll give you an honest answer. So BTN.com's Tom Dienhart dialed him up and asked a few, including, "Could anyone on the team beat Bronson Koenig in a 3-point shooting contest?" Here's what Hayes told us.
The NFL released names of the players invited to the 2017 Combine, to be held February 28-March 6 in Indianapolis. And the Big Ten is well represented with 51 players invited. Michigan leads the way with 14 invitees.
There might not be an up-and-coming program in the Big Ten with as bright a future as Maryland, coming off a bowl trip in DJ Durkin’s debut followed by a monster recruiting class. But work remains to be done if Maryland wants to move up the pecking order in the rugged Big Ten East.
The Big Ten Network recently posed this question on Twitter: Who is Big Ten Coach of the Year? And the choices offered were Minnesota’s Richard Pitino, Northwestern’s Chris Collins and Maryland’s Mark Turgeon. BTN.com's Tom Dienhart breaks down the race.
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.