BTN/BTN2Go hosted a Big Ten women’s basketball doubleheader Saturday afternoon. Iowa held off Michigan, 74-70, in the opener, and Indiana toppled Illinois, 79,61, in the second game. Catch up on all the action in this post.
During the National Anthem prior to No. 15 Iowa’s game vs. No. 16 Wisconsin on Saturday, the fans at Carver-Hawkeye Arena performed their inaugural card stunt. It all started with the fans forming an American flag and ended with them revealing “Hawks” on one side of the gym and “Rising” on the other. Hawks Rising is the team’s slogan this season. Watch the video in this post.
Assembly Hall is now fully operational and open to perform regular gameday activities, the Indiana basketball program announced Saturday in a press release. There will be no seating restrictions or changes for the remainder of the basketball season.
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Northwestern men’s basketball players have their Twitter handles printed on the back of their shooting shirts for Saturday night’s game vs. Indiana. The Wildcats did the same thing last year – in addition to putting hashtags all over Welsh-Ryan Arena – for their Social Media Night.
Thursday night’s #BTNLive was a special one as the show welcomed nine Big Ten football signees from the Chicago area, including Michigan’s Ian Bunting and Ohio State’s Jamarco Jones. The interviews were split into three segments, and you can watch all of them in this post.
Four years ago, Ryan Miller was named the Most Outstanding Player as the United States men’s hockey team won the silver medal. This weekend, the US will be playing for the bronze and “home” will have their collective eyes on the ice in Sochi.
There is a movement afoot to unionize Northwestern football players, with on-going hearings taking place on the subject in Chicago.