This week, Jess Settles takes a look at Wisconsin's near-perfect game against Iowa, Maryland's suffocating defense and Big Ten scheduling.
Nebraska's men’s basketball program is teaming with the American Cancer Society to promote #AveryStrong Day on Saturday when the Huskers take on Michigan State at 3 p.m. ET at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
What type of 2014 NFL team could be assembled with Big Ten alums? Well, BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart gives his best shot at creating a Big Ten All-NFL team in this post.
If the game was on the line and you needed to pick one player to take a shot to win a game, who would you select? I asked five writers who cover the Big Ten. Read what they said and then tell us in the comments below who you would pick to take one last shot.
Indiana is still searching for its first bowl since 2007–and just its second since 1993–but Kevin Wilson continues to make progress as he embarks on his fifth season in Bloomington. The Hoosiers will welcome back some key cogs in 2015, including QB Nate Sudfeld, safety Antonio Allen, guard Dan Feeney and tackle Jason Spriggs. But Indiana will have some holes to fill. Here are the Top Five Indiana players who have departed. RB Tevin Coleman. He left campus a year early as an all-time great. Coleman rushed for a school single-season record 2,036 yards with 15 TDs, averaging 7.5 yards
In today's Big Ten links we look at the stories on the resilience of the Badgers and Wolverines' hoops teams as well as a testy exchange over two incidents at Iowa last night. Also, is over-use leading to more basketball injuries? Tom Izzo thinks it's worth considering.
College basketball fans were treated to an exciting night of Big Ten hoops on Tuesday. Catch up on all the action inside this post!
Earvin "Magic" Johnson appears on NCAA.com's list of the top 5 statues in college basketball. See where the former Michigan State star lands in this post.
Maryland's Melo Trimble and Ohio State's D'Angelo Russell sit atop our analyst's top 5 freshmen list. See his full list inside.
BTN will have exclusive, live coverage of the celebration of Ohio State’s National Championship on Saturday. The network’s coverage will run from 10:30 a.m.-noon ET,