You’ll want to see how “The Journey 2012″ covers Montee Ball’s historical TD last Saturday on tonight’s episode of the show at 7:30 p.m. ET. Ahead of the show we’ve posted two highlight reels, one from Ohio State vs. Wiscosnin and the other from Iowa vs. Michigan. As part of our ongoing coverage of the various Senior Day celebrations our crew tracked Ball and Michigan’s Denard Robinson.
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No. 1 Indiana outlasted Georgetown, 82-72, in overtime late Tuesday night (AP recap) to claim the Progressive Legends Classic title at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Indiana senior Jordan Hulls won MVP of the tournament, while sophomore Cody Zeller also was named to the All-Tournament Team. See a photo gallery in this post.
As BTN’s Gerry DiNardo mentioned during Tuesday’s coverage of Rutgers joining the Big Ten, there are three variables to consider when creating the conference’s new divisions: 1. Competitive balance; 2. geography; and 3. rivalries.
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It was a busy day on the Big Ten men’s hardwood Tuesday, as six teams were in action. No. 19 Michigan State got a scare from Boise State but held on for a 74-70 win at the Breslin Center. Track all of tonight’s action, get live updates and watch in-game highlights in this post.
Throughout the 2012-13 men’s basketball season, we’ll add some of the best US Presswire photos to the gallery in this post. This one highlights our favorite photos from the nonconference season. Click on a picture below and it will take you to the slideshow. We’ve done a similar thing for the 2012 Big Ten football season.
This is the last week of the regular season. Rivalry trophies are on the line. (Hello, Old Oaken Bucket, Land of Lincoln Trophy, Heroes Trophy!) Bowl eligibility is up for grabs. A division title still must be decided. Here are the key questions for each team this week.
And then there were 14. We all knew this day was coming, right? We all knew the Big Ten would grow to 14 schools. The SEC made the move prior to this season, which certainly had to catch the eye of Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany.