Tonight, the premiere of the Ohio State episode of LiveBIG airs after the Buckeyes’ men’s basketball team takes on the Cornhuskers at Nebraska.
Monday, the nation celebrates the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. To commemorate the holiday, BTN will air a special edition of #BTNLive at 6 p.m. ET that pays tribute to the civil rights leader with a series of remembrances and interviews with key Big Ten leaders. Hosted by Rick Pizzo and Stephen Bardo, the show will include interviews with Ohio State Athletics Director Gene Smith and Penn State Women’s Basketball Coach Coquese Washington.
Eleven Big Ten products will play in Super Bowl XLVIII next month following Denver and Seattle’s NFL championship weekend victories Sunday over New England and San Francisco, respectively. See stats and find out which players are headed to New Jersey for the Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 2 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.
No one will deny the fact that former Michigan quarterback Tom Brady lives a pretty awesome life. He has three Super Bowl rings, nine Pro Bowl appearances, two NFL MVP awards, an unfathomable amount of money, and yes, a supermodel wife.
(AP) Aaron White scored all of his 18 points in the second half and Josh Oglesby added a season-high 17 points as 14th-ranked Iowa blew past Minnesota 94-73 on Sunday. Devyn Marble had 15 of his 16 points after halftime for the surging Hawkeyes, who moved into third place in the Big Ten behind Michigan State and Michigan.
Sometimes, you’re so impressed by what you’ve seen that a slow clap is required. That was the case for Iowa legend Roy Marble after watching his son, Devyn Marble, start the second half on fire Sunday afternoon. Devyn, who was held to one point in the first half, erupted for nine points in the first 2:09 (And-1 & back-to-back treys), an effort that brought Roy to his feet and had him slow clapping. Watch the moment in this post.
It’s NFL conference championship weekend, and 24 Big Ten products are vying for a spot in Super Bowl XLVIII. New England (8) and Seattle (7) boast the most former Big Ten players of the four semifinalists.