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7:00 PMCatholic University at MarylandWatch
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Thursday Dec 14
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Big Ten Basketball: Jon Crispin's Top 3 players next season

The Final Four will take place on Saturday, and unfortunately for Big Ten fans, there isn’t a team from that conference left in the NCAA Tournament. Because of that, we are already looking ahead to next season. BTN Basketball Analyst Jon Crispin was put on the hot seat today and asked to pick out his top three Big Ten players heading into next season. It should be noted that this list could change as players are still able to declare for this year’s NBA Draft. With that said, here is a look at Crispin’s top three picks, and what he

NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon visits University of Michigan

NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon spent the day Wednesday at the University of Michigan. Gordon was on campus as part of a partnership announcement between Hendrick Motorsports, Axalta and the school that will bring research and development of coating technology to the university. According to mlive.com, the organizations have a five-year partnership that will allow the students to conduct research on a variety of challenges facing the coating industry, while also providing opportunities for the students to explore the world of professional racing. In case you were wondering, yes, Gordon found Jim Harbaugh on campus. No trip to Ann Arbor, celebrity

Josh Whitman Q&A: 'We want to ignite and inspire our fan base'

New Illinois A.D. Josh Whitman is a lot of things. He’s smart, engaging and hard-working. He also is a man of action. To wit: On his first day on the job, he fired Bill Cubit and within a few days, he was introducing Lovie Smith as his new coach.

Longtime Wisconsin assistant Gary Close leaves Badgers

(AP) Longtime Wisconsin assistant coach Gary Close has resigned from the Badgers basketball program. [ MORE: Read UWBadgers.com’s full release ] Close said in a statement Wednesday that it was a difficult decision, and that he told coach Greg Gard earlier this week. Close says he plans to pursue other opportunities in basketball, but that he wants his next job to give him with more flexibility to spend time with his wife and family. A native of Moorestown, New Jersey, Close was on the Wisconsin staff for 13 seasons. He was hired by former coach Bo Ryan, who retired in

Big Ten links: Ohio Stadium renovations, Lovie impact & more

Ohio Stadium already is a palatial venue. And the iconic stadium is about to become more palatial. As part of a $42 million Ohio Stadium renovation that will remove 2,600 seats in B-deck and convert that seating area into new loge boxes, Ohio Stadium’s capacity starting with the 2018 season will dwindle to 102,854 fans. *** This should jack up Michigan State fans: A spring football photo gallery. *** Speaking of Michigan State, how could Illinois’ hiring of Lovie Smith hurt the Spartans? Well, MSU has made a habit of invading the Land of Lincoln for talent. But, it may

What should the Wolverines wear with their move to Jordan brand?

This past summer, the University of Michigan announced that it had reached an agreement with Jordan Brand to become the Wolverines’ official athletic footwear, apparel and equipment provider for both the football and basketball programs. So, the question becomes, what will the Wolverines wear? Do they even make Jordan Brand shoes in maize and blue? The answer is yes, and they are sharp! I went through and tracked down the top pairs of Jordan shoes that the Wolverines should sport next season. Did I miss one? Tweet me, @BTNSean, and let me know what I missed. Jordan 11 – Maize

Dienhart: Lovie Smith, Illinois excited about opportunity

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Lovie Smith speaks in calm, even tones. Each word seemingly measured and given thought before being uttered. Tuesday was a big day for the freshly minted Illinois coach as he introduced his new staff, a collection of football minds that is tasked with trying to make the Illini relevant. Smith knows what’s on the line. He knows why he’s here: Illinois football is broken. And, Smith needs to fix it. “Are the players excited?” Smith asked. “Absolutely. “They want show what they can do for their new coaches. New eyes have no bias.” The work begins April