The fourth of the eight-episode series will highlight three high-profile medical advances from Big Ten universities. The episode will air at 10:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Jan. 31.
As I wax nostalgic for Mike Bruesewitz’s floppy mop, it’s time to take a look around the Big Ten. Who’s hot? Who’s not? And what the heck should you be looking for and talking about around the Xerox machine? It’s all right here, people. Lace up your Chucks! And come tell me what you think!
Many of you have watched Jay Paterno’s moving speech from the memorial for his father, Joe Paterno. We post it here again because some of you said you missed it. All of our coverage from the Jan. 26 memorial service can be found on this memorial service archive page, which includes Jay Paterno’s speech as well as most of the speeches from the various participants. Also, you can watch the entire service again on the Big Ten Digital Network.
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Minnesota’s legendary Herb Brooks, who coached the 1980 Olympic hockey team’s “Miracle on Ice” after leading the Gophers to three national titles, was profiled Friday in the return of Big Ten Icons, presented by Discover. Hosted by Hall of Fame broadcaster Keith Jackson, the first of six new episodes airs at approximately 10:30 p.m. ET, following the Minnesota-St. Cloud State hockey game.
Indiana was looking like they had turned a corner, building a small lead at the Kohl Center early in the second half. As has happened lately to Tom Crean’s bunch, things fell apart and Wisconsin picked up yet another B1G victory. Let’s look at how it happened.
Here’s a quick look around what’s buzzing in the Big Ten while I marvel at Pat Sajak’s ability to work intoxicated. Who would have thought you could host “Wheel of Fortune” under those conditions? Guess the wheel wasn’t the only thing spinning those many years ago. Dive into my links for Friday