Jarrod Uthoff had 16 points and nine rebounds, and Iowa scored the final 12 points of the first half en route to a 72-54 victory over Michigan on Thursday night. With no games Friday night, let’s look ahead to Saturday’s schedule – including two games on BTN/BTN2Go. IOWA 72, MICHIGAN 54: BOX | PBP | AP RECAP The Wolverines (13-10, 6-5), playing without injured guards Caris LeVert and Derrick Walton, did not score for the final 6:58 of the half, and the Hawkeyes (14-8, 5-4 Big Ten) led 31-21 at halftime. Mike Gesell finished with 14 points for Iowa, and Aaron White added 13. Aaron White sends in the
National signing day for football has become a major happening as Big Ten football programs join the rest of the nation's teams to officially welcome their signed football recruits. But once the dust settled and the lists were set, BTN.com's Tom Dienhart pulled together a few more of the interesting notes from around the Big Ten.
The Hockey City Classic college hockey doubleheader at Soldier Field on Saturday includes two games: Michigan State vs. Michigan at 8 p.m. ET ahead of Miami (Ohio) vs. Western Michigan at 4 p.m. ET. The Michigan-Michigan State game airs live on BTN/BTN2Go. MSU (10-11-2 overall, 4-3-2-2 Big Ten) and Michigan (15-8, 7-2) play for the second time in the last nine days. Michigan State won the first game, 2-1. Read one preview of the outdoor game at MSUSpartans.com and read more at MGoBlue.com. Last year’s Hockey City Classic was held at Minnesota when the Gophers beat Ohio State 1-0 at TCF
Mail time! You know the drill. You email me nice questions while at work sipping a Macchiato … and I answer them while sipping Sanka. It’s fun. And, it’s free. How can you send me fresh questions? Lots of ways. Tweet at me @BTNTomDienhart. Or use the box at the end of this post to drop me a note. Or bookmark this page and hit me up whenever a question or idea pops into your head. Why would a quarterback of Torrance Gibson’s caliber sign with a team (Ohio State) loaded with quality quarterbacks? Conversely, why would Ohio State even sign
In Thursday morning's roundup of Big Ten stories from beat writers, we collected a number of interesting "day after Signing Day" links, including one that says Ohio State's offensive coordinator is certain Braxton Miller will return. Also, who flipped? And which two schools had surprisingly good days? All that and more in this post.
One of the long-standing beliefs in America is the classic Horatio Alger, rags-to-riches narrative — that is, no matter what someone’s circumstances are when they’re growing up, they can achieve success through a combination of hard work and persistence. But those kinds of stories are the exception, not the rule, even in the land of opportunity. According to Cheryl Achterberg, dean of the College of Education and Human Ecology at The Ohio State University, children who are born and raised in destitution often find their opportunities are severely limited throughout their lives. Part of Ohio State’s historical mission as an
It's no secret that Maryland's Dez Wells is one of the Big Ten's elite finishers. The Terrapins star senior stated his case again in Wednesday night's 64-58 home win vs. Penn State.
Purdue edged No. 20 Ohio State, 60-58, for its fourth straight win, and No. 16 Maryland held on to knock off upset-minded Penn State, 64-58, on Wednesday night.
BTN interviewed all 14 Big Ten football coaches on Wednesday’s two-hour “BTN Football & Beyond: Signing Day Special.” [ MORE: Signing day roundup | Our favorite new Big Ten names ] Mike Hall conducted all of the talkbacks, to get an idea about how each Big Ten coach felt about his latest signing class. Spoiler alert: The coaches really like their new players. Also, you can get all of our 2015 National Signing Day coverage here. Watch all of our interviews, from Illinois’ Tim Beckman to Wisconsin’s Paul Chryst, below. How did @IlliniFootball close so strongly this recruiting season? @CoachBeckman
One of the best parts of National Signing Day is scouring the team rosters and looking for the best names. See BTN.com's favorite name for all 14 teams inside.