AeRianna Harris is a 2016 verbal commit for the Purdue women’s basketball team. [ MORE: Like this post? Check out our Gone Viral section ] She recently gave Purdue fans and Big Ten women’s basketball fans a glimpse into her athleticism with the slam dunk in tweet above. For those wondering, Harris is a 6-foot-1 forward out of Lawrence North High School in Indianapolis.
Rain pounded the Midwest this past week, and Urban Meyer’s basement is the proof. [ MORE: Like this post? Check out our Gone Viral section ] Meyer’s wife, Shelley Meyer, tweeted pictures of the damage to the their $1.45 million house Sunday morning. Making the inconvenience all the more frustrating, the first picture she shared, the one above, was a playful response to a newscaster’s tweet about an upcoming segment on how to prevent basement flooding. This is no fun. Silver lining? Now the Meyers have an excuse to replace the old-school TV with a more modern one. h/t: elevenwarriors.com
This is the last line of defense, the one remaining obstacle between an offense and paydirt, and the Big Ten East figures to feature some very talented defensive backfields.
Over the next month, BTN will profile 18 different classic games, ranging from 2007-2014. Tonight’s classic game features Indiana’s 73-72 upset win over No. 1 and eventual national champion Kentucky on Dec. 10, 2011. Even better, Christian Watford, the man who hit the buzzer-beating 3-pointer, is scheduled to tweet during the game. Follow Watford (@Cwat205)! This game will be remembered for Watford’s incredible buzzer-beater that stunned the top-ranked Wildcats at Assembly Hall. Students rushed the court and the celebration was on as a sea of red covered the floor in what was a crazy scene. The victory marked only the
Who are the Big Ten’s top quarterbacks? Omaha.com, rates the Big Ten signal-callers. Sam McKewon and Jon Nyatawa ranked the Big Ten’s quarterbacks and talked about potential sleepers, who is due for a breakout season, who just doesn’t have it and more. The league has some nice signal-callers at the top, but it drops pretty quickly. *** Speaking of Nebraska, Omaha.com catches up with Bill Callahan. You remember him, right? He’s now the Redskins offensive line coach. *** Who will be some of the top redshirt freshmen this season? Check out his video from Campus Insiders. Wisconsin’s T.J. Edwards and
Students at Big Ten universities aren’t waiting until they get out into the “real world” to make a difference. Find out how they’re working together to create positive, meaningful change in this BTN LiveBIG series: the Student Section. São Leopoldo is a long way from Ann Arbor, Mich. — right around 5,000 miles, to be exact. The small city near the southern tip of Brazil doesn’t really have much of an international profile. So why did 10 University of Michigan graduate students feel compelled to make the long trip there for two weeks in March? It all started when Ana
It’s Father’s Day! Happy Father’s Day to all of the Big Ten dads out there. We hope you enjoy every minute of this day dedicated to you. We also hope you enjoy this fun gallery of Big Ten dads!
At a time when many college students are working summer jobs and internships, going on vacation or just finally exhaling after the long grind of finals, Brooklyn Sloss is sticking around Bloomington. In fact, Sloss, an Indiana University undergraduate majoring in neuroscience, will be spending much of her summer on campus for the second-straight year. The reason? To participate in the Summer Scholars Institute, a program run by IU’s STEM Initiative as part of its overall mission to expand opportunities for minority students in science, technology, engineering and math. Both Sloss and her brother discovered their passion for science in
Happy Father's Day to the Big Ten dads out there! To celebrate the special day, we wanted to share some of our favorite recent father-son moments featured on our award-winning series "The Journey."
Penn State alum Josh Blair knows how hard it can be to squeeze time for serving others into a busy schedule. As a single father working a demanding corporate job, it was always a challenge to find even a couple of hours for charity work, even though it was one of his passions. Incidentally, charitable organizations face similar challenges. Because these institutions have to raise funds, manage personnel and cultivate their network, they spend a lot of time on things that are outside of their direct mission. Blair established Bridgilance to help some of those charities operate more smoothly, thus