3:00 PMThe Journey: Big Ten Football
All-access with Nathan Scheelhaase on what it's like to be a husband and the Illini's starting QB, behind the scenes with Iowa LB James Morris and Minnesota DT Ra'Shede Hageman and learn more about each of their family backgrounds. Plus game highlights from Northwestern/Iowa and Nebraska/Minnesota
3:30 PMThe Journey: Big Ten Football
Learn about the friendship between Kain Colter and Kenny Bell, how did Michigan prepared for MSU through the eyes of Sr. tackle Taylor Lewan and longtime equipment manager Jon Falk, & inside Purdue Head Coach Darrell Hazell's Ohio State roots. Plus game highlights from Michigan/MSU & Northwestern/Nebraska.
4:00 PMThe Journey: Big Ten Football
All-access in the meeting rooms with the high-powered Indiana offense, how Nebraska QB Ron Kellogg's life changed forever with one throw, & profile on a special Wisconsin Badgers helmet. Plus game highlights from BYU/Wisconsin and Illinois/Indiana.
Indiana’s legendary Bob Knight, who led the Hoosiers to 11 Big Ten titles and three NCAA Championships in 29 seasons as the head men’s basketball coach, was profiled Sunday in a new episode of Big Ten Icons, presented by Discover. Hosted by Hall of Fame broadcaster Keith Jackson, the show included new one-on-one interviews with former Indiana first -team All-Americans Steve Alford and Isiah Thomas; Big Ten coaches Tom Izzo and Bruce Weber; award-winning journalists Jack Ebling and Mike DeCourcy, and others.
Nebraska is very proud of its state-of-the-art Pinnacle Bank Arena, scheduled to open for the 2013-14 basketball season, and it’s easy to see why. The $179-million facility is a significant upgrade from the Huskers’ current home, the Bob Deveaney Sports Center. Among the perks, it includes 36 Founders and Executive Suites, 900 club seats and 73 concession points of sale. Read more about the arena at Huskers.com. Said Nebraska Associate Athletic Director Paul Meyer: “I think this gives us a chance, as a basketball program, to put ourselves on the map.” Watch a N’Side Nebraska feature on the arena now.
Following the Purdue-Indiana men’s basketball game Sunday night on BTN/BTN2Go, we live streamed the Senior Night festivities from Assembly Hall. The honorees included Kory Barnett, Verdell Jones III, Daniel Moore, Tom Pritchard and Matt Roth. It was a special ceremony as these guys were a part of the first team that took the floor in the wake of Kelvin Sampson’s dismissal. In their first three seasons, Indiana went 28-66, but now they’ll forever be remembered as the class that helped bring back one of the nation’s proudest programs. Read the AP feature story on Indiana’s seniors.
Brittany Rayburn hit the game-winning shot in the final seconds to lift No. 25 Purdue past No. 12 Penn State, 68-66, in the semifinals of the Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament on Saturday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The Boilermakers will play Nebraska, which beat three-time reigning champ Ohio State (recap), in the title game at 4 p.m. ET Sunday.
No. 24 Nebraska toppled three-time reigning Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament champion and No. 16 Ohio State, 77-62, in semifinal action Saturday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. With the win, the Huskers advance to the Big Ten tourney title game, where it plays No. 25 Purdue at 4 p.m. ET Sunday. We tracked tweets from a variety of official school sources, fans and media folks who were covering the action. Check it out here. Also, throughout the tourney, join the conversation on Twitter by using the #B1Gtourney.