BTN will televise 40 women’s basketball conference matchups for the 2012-13 season, along with 10 Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament games, and an additional number of non-conference games. The games also will be available on BTN2Go.
Each year, the Big Ten is arguably the most competitive conference top to bottom. Every team believes they have a legitimate chance to win the conference. Not only do all seven teams usually believe they can win, in many years, all seven truly do have the ability to take the Big Ten crown. As I look at the action shaping up this weekend, this year may be a little bit different story with three haves and four have-nots.
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Every week, BTN.com’s Brent Yarina (@BTNBrentYarina) and Tom Dienhart (@BTNTomDienhart) offer their predictions for each Big Ten football game. We also provide a poll for all of the games so fans can vote for their winners.
Several Big Ten teams were in action Wednesday night, including the sixth-ranked Nebraska volleyball team hosting the 24th-ranked Michigan State volleyball team. The Cornhuskers made quick work of the Spartans, sweeping them in straight sets. Watch the highlights now and jump inside for Student U coverage of the Ohio State men’s soccer team getting their fourth win of the season with a 4-1 victory over Butler Bulldogs.
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We knew it was coming. After all, we’ve seen it on every Big Ten football jersey and field this season. Heck, we even saw it added to the floor of Indiana’s iconic Assembly Hall. Now, we have visual proof of the “B1G” patch on a Big Ten basketball jersey.
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It’s that time of week again. You’ve been sending me your Big Ten questions all week, and now I offer my answers. On tap this week: What’s wrong with Illinois? How could I have two Big Ten teams headed to BCS bowls in my latest bowl projections? Find my answers inside.
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Staid and stoic. I can’t think of two words that better describe Tom Osborne. He also was very good at whatever he did, and he did plenty. First as a football coach. Later, as an athletic director. Now, the 75-year-old Osborne is retiring effective Jan. 1, making the announcement today in Lincoln.
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