Iowa senior guard Peter Jok announced Friday that he has removed his name from the NBA Draft and will return to the Hawkeye basketball program for the 2016-17 season. “The entire experience has been beneficial to Peter in assessing where he stands heading into his final college season,” Iowa head coach Fran McCaffery said on Jok. “He has learned a great deal in regard to this process and his experience will prove valuable a year from now. We are excited that Peter will be a part of our team in the coming season and we anticipate his senior leadership playing
Purdue is looking for a breakthrough in its fourth season under Darrell Hazell.
Justin Wilcox. Jay Johnson. John Parrella. Ross Els. If you don't know their names now, you will next football season. BTN.com's Tom Dienhart writes why these four are the biggest assistant coach hires in the West Division this year.
Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany talks (a little) about the ongoing TV negotiations saying, "We're interested in having great partners with great platforms who are interested in marketing and promotion." Also, Wisconsin's Nigel Hayes is stilling mulling over his NBA decision. And Jerry Kill has a new job at Kansas State. More in this post.
When Jeremy Dennis came to Happy Valley about two years ago, he was hoping to expand his horizons. Already a graduate of Stony Brook University, New York, he applied for the master of fine arts in photography program at Penn State. Dennis travelled to University Park for an interview with Lonnie Graham, a professor of studio art at Penn State, totally unaware that Graham and the university would help propel his photography and artwork into a grand project titled “On This Site.” “I came to Penn State to interview with him [Graham] before I applied,” Dennis said. “He reviewed my
This is a big season for James Franklin, who has done a lot of good things his first two years in State College. But he’s just 14-12 overall and 6-10 in the Big Ten. And Penn State finished last season with four consecutive losses. The roster is now mostly full of his players and he has tweaked his staff. Will this lead to the Nittany Lions moving up the ladder in the rugged Big Ten East? A tough schedule looms, which only complicates matters. Here is my look at Penn State’s 2016 slate. [MORE: Penn State’s offseason to-do list ]
This weekend’s NCAA Softball Tournament games in the Ann Arbor regional will be streamed live on BTN2Go while select games will be broadcast live on BTN. We’ve got the links and the game info in this post. Coverage starts Friday with two games on BTN TV and BTN2Go. Notre Dame plays Miami (Ohio) at 4:30 p.m. ET in Game 1 before the tournament’s overall No. 2-seeded Michigan hosts Valparaiso at 7 p.m. Not near a TV? Use the links in the schedule below to watch any of the games live and for free on BTN2Go. Saturday’s games start at noon and all
Minnesota’ football coach sees eight to ten wins in 2016 - agree or disagree? The Big Ten athletic directors met this week and expansion came up, of course. Hey look - Chris Spielman is coming to Fox! And a look at one school's plan to keep top football recruits from leaving that school's state. Catch up with our news digest.
On Saturday, May 21, “Hoop 4 Water: A Charity Basketball Event,” will stream live on BTN2Go at 3 p.m. ET. The game will also air on BTN at 8 p.m. ET on Monday, May 23. Former NBA star and NCAA Champion Morris Peterson, a native of Flint, Mich., is partnering with rapper Snoop Dogg to host the celebrity basketball game. Proceeds will benefit the Morris Peterson Jr. Foundation, which will provide water crisis-related donations to the community of Flint. The game will feature a star-studded guest list, including New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram, Detroit Pistons center Andre Drummond,
Imagine you’re highly skilled in software coding or the finer aspects of machine learning. You’d be a sought-after commodity in today’s employment market, and the odds of finding a fulfilling job that allows you to make a good living would be pretty good. Now imagine you live in Kenya or Bangladesh. Though there might be opportunities available to you in those countries, it’s just as likely that you’ll find yourself in a job in which you’re over-skilled or doing something completely removed from your talents. Furthermore, there are many others in a similar situation throughout the country, creating a ripple