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RVision: Happy Father's Day
Jump Around Monday with Chris Bono (6/18/18)
Gus Johnson's Best Calls from 2017-2018 | Big Ten Football | Big Ten Basketball
Take Ten with Alex Roux: Dakota Mathias & Bryant McIntosh | Purdue | Northwestern |
1999 Wisconsin at Ohio State | Big Ten Football |Big Ten's Best Games
Maryland Press Conference Regarding the Passing of Jordan McNair
2018 NBA Draft: Big Ten Player Breakdowns | Big Ten Basketball | NBA
Best Catches from 2017 | Big Ten Football | The Journey
The Day Buckeye Nation met Chris Holtmonn
Gopher Men's Basketball: First Practice of 2018-19
Northwestern - Charlie Hall 2017-18 Recap (6/1/18)
2018 MIVA Tournament Finals vs. Loyola Highlights
Gopher Baseball: 2018 NCAA Super Regionals Begin
Illinois Athletics | 2018 Senior Stories - Part One
Take Ten with Alex Roux: Brian Butch and Duje Dukan | Wisconsin | Big Ten Basketball
Water Tower Receives a Tigerhawk
Bill Mallory: Celebration of Life Program
IUBB Vlog || A Day With De'Ron Davis
McCaffery Reacts to Cook & Moss Returning
2017-18 Highlights - Juwan Morgan
Purdue vs. Illinois Highlights | 2018 Big Ten Baseball Tournament
Minnesota vs. Ohio State Highlights |2018 Big Ten Baseball Tournament
Top 10 Plays from Day One | 2018 Big Ten Baseball Tournament
Iowa vs. Michigan Highlights | 2018 Big Ten Baseball Tournament
Ohio State vs. Purdue Highlights | 2018 Big Ten Baseball Tournament
Michigan State vs. Minnesota Highlights | 2018 Big Ten Baseball Tournament
Tanner Andrews Takes An Ice Bath | Purdue | Big Ten Baseball
Get to Know Slugger Bren Spillane | Illinois | Big Ten Baseball
Michael Massey's #BTNStandout Diving Stop vs. Nebraska
Moritz Wagner Talks 2018 NBA Combine Experience
Carsen Edwards Talks 2018 NBA Combine Experience
Kevin Huerter Talks 2018 NBA Combine Experience
Spartans Talk 2018 NBA Combine Experience
2018 NBA Combine: Magic Johnson | Michigan State Spartans | NBA | Big Ten Basketball
Minnesota vs. Northwestern - B1G Softball Tournament Championship Highlights
Maryland vs. Illinois - Softball Tourney First Round Highlights
Purdue vs. Wisconsin - Softball Tourney First Round Highlights
Iowa vs. Ohio State - Softball Tourney First Round Highlights
Nebraska vs Michigan State - Softball Tourney First Round Highlights
Moe Wagner on his Time at Michigan
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Watch Indiana celebrate second outright B1G crown in four years

For the second time in the last four seasons, Indiana is the outright Big Ten champion. [ MORE: Get Tuesday’s Big Ten basketball scores ] The Hoosiers, who already owned a share of the conference crown, their 22nd in program history, outlasted No. 16 Iowa, 81-78, on Tuesday night at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Indiana also took the outright title in 2013, when Cody Zeller and Victor Oladipo led the team to a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament. The outright-clincher was in doubt down to the finals seconds, but Peter Jok’s potential game-tying 3-pointer was off the mark, yielding an

Video: Iowa honors Jarrod Uthoff, four others on senior day

Iowa’s 2016 senior class will be remembered for quite some time. The five players, featuring Anthony Clemmons, Mike Gesell, Okey Ukah, Jarrod Uthoff and Adam Woobury, have helped the Hawkeyes reach the postseason every year en route to compiling 87 career victories. The class was part of Iowa’s NIT runner-up team as freshmen, and in a little more than a week it will add a third consecutive NCAA tourney berth to its impressive list of career accomplishments. Watch Fran McCaffery and Iowa honor the five players in the video above.  

Get Tuesday night's top Big Ten men's basketball highlights

There will be no shared Big Ten title. No. 12 Indiana outlasted No. 16 Iowa, 81-78, on Tuesday night to claim the outright Big Ten title, its second in the last four years. Catch up on both of Tuesday’s Big Ten games on our Big Ten scoreboard. In other action, No. 15 Purdue handed Nebraska its worst loss (81-62) in the short history of Pinnacle Bank Arena. It was senior night at Nebraska and Iowa, and both teams held pregame ceremonies. Watch Nebraska, and Iowa. Throughout tonight’s action, we’ll clip our favorite highlights below. *** PURDUE 81, NEBRASKA 62: No.

Watch Tim Miles honor Nebraska's Shavon Shields, Benny Parker

Tim Miles had never spoken at a senior night. Until now. That’s how special Nebraska’s Shavon Shields and Benny Parker are to the gregarious head coach. “Benny and Shavon are guys that bought in on a dream and led us to the NCAA tournament for the first time in 16 years in 2014,” Miles told the crowd during the team’s senior night festivities Tuesday night. “They have built a foundation that will be lasting for a long time and have future success.” Shields goes down as one of the Huskers’ all-time greats, and Parker made his mark as a quick,

Video: BTN analyst Shon Morris takes court with Purdue's 'Skyline'

Big Ten fans know all about Purdue’s much-talk-about “Skyline.” [ MORE: Watch Purdue at Nebraska on BTN2Go ] The perfectly named frontline, featuring Isaac Haas (7-2), A.J. Hammons (7-0) and Caleb Swanigan (6-9), stands just under 21 feet. These aren’t just tall players who take up space, though. Their great talents, averaging a combined 34.6 points, 20.3 rebounds and 3.7 blocks. BTN analyst Shon Morris recently took to the court with Haas and Hammons, the veterans of the Skyline, to learn more about their games. Watch the feature in video above.  

2016 spring football preview: Ohio State Buckeyes

Urban Meyer has lived a charmed life since taking over Ohio State in 2012, posting a 50-4 overall record and a 31-1 Big Ten mark. His crowning feat was winning the 2014 national championship, and last year’s team looked poised to repeat before a late-season stumble at home vs. Michigan State. [ MORE: Get all of Tom Dienhart’s Big Ten spring football coverage ] Now, Meyer faces some big challenges next season. Yes, he will have some building blocks for his fifth squad, but questions loom. A big one: Who will be the running back with Ezekiel Elliott gone? Bri’onte

Player Rankings: You know No. 1, but there's a new No. 2 this week

This is it. The final week of the Big Ten regular season tips Tuesday night. [ MORE: Power Rankings | Player Rankings | Game Rankings | Bracketology | Best of week ahead | Best of week that was | Early look at B1G bracket | Standings | Stats | Scores | Polls ] Before the final week gets underway, it’s time to share my latest Big Ten Player Rankings. See the full list below. 1. Denzel Valentine, Michigan State. Like a great quarterback, Valentine anticipates where his teammates will end up on the court, and delivers perfect dimes (7.4 apg)

BTN's Till: 5 things to watch for at the Big Ten women's tourney

Considering the way the regular season ended with the champion being decided on the final day, fasten your seat belts, because the 2016 Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament could rival an Indy 500 finish. With the regular season behind us, I have five things to look forward to in the tourney. [MORE: Tourney bracket | All-Big Ten teams | BTN2Go games | YouTube highlights ] Reminder: The tournament tips off at 1:30 p.m. ET Wednesday with No. 13 Wisconsin vs. No. 12 Northwestern, followed by No. 14 Illinois vs. No. 11 Penn State at approximately 4 p.m. No. 2 Ohio

Game Rankings: Last week of season loaded with intrigue

This is it - the final week of the regular season before the Big Ten Men's Tournament tips off in Indianapolis. BTN.com's Tom Dienhart lays out all of the remaining games as the Hoosiers aim for at least one more win and the outright crown.

Michigan star Caris LeVert out for season because of ailing leg

(AP) After two months of uncertainty over Caris LeVert’s status, Michigan made it official: The senior standout will miss the rest of the season. [ MORE: Power Rankings | Bracketology | Best of week ahead | Best of week that was | Early look at B1G bracket | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Big Ten scores | Polls ] LeVert has been ruled out because of a lower left leg injury. The 6-foot-7 guard played only once over the past two months, and the Wolverines will have to compete for an NCAA Tournament spot without him. “After some prayer